As they navigate their educational journey, students are continuously making decisions about how to get and stay on a path to graduation.
Institutions are seeing improvement in outcomes when they empower students, as well as the advisors, staff, and administrators who support them, with the right signals to guide decision-making along their journey. Students develop a sense of agency and the decision-making soft skills need to be successful even beyond college. Strong and early signals help institutions identify students who might be at risk, know when to engage, and scale personalized support to every student who needs it.
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Today's students and their expectations for personalized educational experiences.
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James Wiley, Principal Analyst, Eduventures | James has more than 13 years of experience in education technology and helping all stakeholders understand the steps required to successfully implement and manage enterprise systems. Prior to joining Eduventures, James was Executive Vice President of Enterprise Services at the Center for Educational Leadership and Technology (CELT). James lead efforts to develop a network infrastructure redesign project for a Texas school district rollout of instructional tablets and to develop a statewide information security management system for over 400 school districts for the Massachusetts Department of Education. Before CELT, James successfully designed and managed over 15 large-scale education technology engagements. At Eduventures, James focuses on helping stakeholders understand the success criteria for technology and on ensuring alignment between their technology applications and organizational goals.
Paul Dosal, Vice President of Student Affairs and Student Success, University of South Florida | Paul is responsible for coordinating the university-wide student success initiative, a strategic campaign to raise retention and graduation rates, boost student satisfaction, minimize financial indebtedness, and prepare all University of South Florida students for success in their careers or graduate and professional schools. He also directs enrollment planning and management, supervising the offices of Undergraduate, Graduate, and International Admissions, the Registrar, and Financial Aid, as well as the Office of Community Engagement and Partnerships and the Academy for Teaching and Learning Excellence.