Analytics and Big Data


10 Emerging Trends in Analytics Every CIO Should Know About

Augmented analytics and “explainable AI” are just two changes to data and analytics technology that should have "significant disruptive potential" over operations in the next three to five years.

IT Rollout to Support Guided Pathways Program and More at Chaffey College

California's Chaffey College is pairing an ERP move to the cloud with a constituent relationship management and analytics rollout to streamline IT processes, enhance business continuity and support a new guided pathways program. The institution is working with Ellucian to implement Ellucian Colleague, Ellucian CRM Advise and Ellucian Analytics as part of a strategic alignment plan.

Watermark Integrates Course Evaluations and Faculty Activity Data

Watermark is connecting the dots between course evaluations and faculty activity reporting with a new integration aimed at extending the life cycle of institutional data.

Georgetown Tapping into Google Cloud to Manage Research and Data

Georgetown University is expanding its efforts with Google Cloud to improve the institution's ever-expanding data needs and facilitate interdisciplinary collaboration.

Companies Team on Higher Ed Data Governance Solution

Ruffalo Noel Levitz has begun working with Infogix to introduce a solution intended to help colleges and universities tighten up their data governance practices. According to the companies, the arrangement will combine R.N.L.'s work in enrollment and fundraising management with Infogix's data management expertise to help schools do a better job of understanding, tracing and using their data assets.

Higher Ed Uncovering New Ways to Apply Data and AI Across Campus

The use of data analytics and artificial intelligence, the inevitability of data breaches and six other topical subjects made up the latest "State of Higher Education" report from consultancy firm Grant Thornton.

Senators Introduce College Transparency Bill

A bipartisan bill would modernize the U.S. Department of Education's college reporting system for post-secondary data.

MOOCs and the Master's Degree

The University System of Maryland is experimenting with the use of massive open online courses to accelerate the path to an advanced degree — and the work has shed light on surprising new benefits of the MOOC format.

Google Machine Learning Boot Camp Targets Women's Colleges

Google is helping people who want to launch their computer science careers by delivering a free machine learning "boot camp" at five colleges around the country.

Technology Change: Closing the Knowledge Gap

Is the rate of technology change outpacing your ability to understand its impact, respond to its potential, or adapt to it appropriately? Here, Daniel Christian shares his insights about closing this knowledge gap.

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