#EDU19 – Leveraging Data-Driven Decision Making to Drive Student Success, Retention, and Accessibility Initiatives

Grand Valley State University, College of Southern Nevada, University of Kentucky, and Blackboard partnered together to deliver a session at the EDUCAUSE Annual Conference entitled: “Leveraging Data-Driven Decision Making to Drive Student Success, Retention, and Accessibility Initiatives

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John Scott, Product Manager, Blackboard Inc. and Eric Kunnen, Associate Director of eLearning and Emerging Technologies, Grand Valley State University presented on “A Data-Informed Approach to Inclusive Learning:  Scaling Accessibility”

The 3 presentations focused on using data-driven decision-making to streamline data collection, support student success and retention initiatives, scale accessibility, and increase campus-wide collaboration.

OUTCOMES

  • Gain insight from an unprecedented data set around content accessibility and UDL in the LMS
  • Complete an “Accessibility Strategizer” as a first step to catalyze a culture shift toward inclusion
  • Learn strategies in using data integration to support student success and retention initiatives
  • Discover ways to use student data not just for institutional reporting or service improvement but also to benefit individual students and increase campus collaboration

SPEAKERS

  • Brian Bourgon

    Director, Enterprise Applications, College of Southern Nevada
  • Eric Kunnen

    Associate Director of eLearning and Emerging Technologies, Grand Valley State University

 

 

  • Virginia Lacefield

    Enterprise Architect, University of Kentucky

 

 

  • John Scott

    Product Manager, Blackboard Inc. & Researcher & Instructor, University of California, Berkeley

PRESENTATION

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