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06/14/2021
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How technology plays a role in student success

As universities return to some sense of normalcy after the disruption of the onset of the coronavirus pandemic, technology is playing an increasingly large role in student success efforts. Higher education finds itself as a challenging time — enrollment rates are dropping and some students are struggling with online learning. In addition, universities need to define what success really means for students. In this collection, EdScoop dives in to predictive analytics, tech's role in making credit transfers and more. See the report here.


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Predictive analytics are only as useful as the university culture around them

Data analytics are a key tool for higher education institutions seeking to bolster student success, but don't expect a silver bullet, experts said. Ryan Johnston has more.


Technology aids university transfer students, but human connection is key

Universities and colleges are getting better organized with credit transfers, but technology can't replace face-to-face orientations, leaders said. Emily Bamforth has the insight.


Five ways higher ed is boosting student success

From AI platforms and chatbots trying to offer assistance on admissions and financial aid to single sign-on platforms designed to pour the entirety of a campus’ resources into a mobile app, here are a few of the busiest trends in the student-success industry right now. Benjamin Freed has them.


Universities review peer note-taking as assistive technology options multiply

A pandemic-era influx of distance-learning technology is affording new opportunities to students who want more options for notes and other course materials. Emily has more.


University enrollment is crashing at decade-high rate, new report shows

Universities and colleges saw a nearly 5% drop in their undergraduate enrollment, according to new data from the National Student Clearinghouse. Colin Wood has the details.


Purdue U. Global begins offering free online courses

Purdue University Global students can now take certain general education requirements for free through OnlineDegree.com. We have the story.


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