When we think about assessment as one lens into understanding our students and their learning journey – to what else might we connect our findings to better understand and support learning? New cognitive analytics and software technologies are broadening the ability of assessment directors and coordinators to weave together isolated data points to form a more comprehensive view of learning and development across the student experience. Instead of viewing individual departments and programs in isolation from one another, an educational intelligence mindset and ecosystem provide a broader context for analysis and deeper insights into the factors influencing student success. Join us for this panel discussion about the growing conversation and innovative initiatives to integrate various metrics and data sources to develop a more holistic picture of student learning and make intelligent decisions about how to improve student and institutional outcomes.

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Natasha Jankowski
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Dr. Michael Ben-Avie
Southern Connecticut State University
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Monica Stitt-Bergh
University of Hawaii at Manoa