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Academic Analytics: A New Tool for a New Era | EDUCAUSE CONNECT © 2007 John P. Campbell, Peter B. DeBlois, and Diana G. Oblinger EDUCAUSE Review, vol. 42, no. 4 (July/August 2007): 40–57 John P. In responding to internal and external pressures for accountability in higher education, especially in the areas of improved learning outcomes and student success, IT leaders may soon become critical partners with academic and student affairs. A New Era Although A Nation at Risk was released by the U.S. Western nations are looking over their shoulders at China and India. As populations become concerned for their financial well-being and economic security, pressures increase on those individuals and institutions that might influence the outcome. A greater proportion of the U.S. population is being educated, but overall college/university graduation rates have remained relatively unchanged for decades. A New Tool Analytics marries large data sets, statistical techniques, and predictive modeling. Sample Academic Analytics Initiatives

NCSA Education Division - Home Academics: Centers and Institutes Did you mean: www.sandiego.edu www.sandiego.edu › business › undergraduate › finance › curriculum FINA 404, Advanced Corporate Finance, 3. www.sandiego.edu › documents › Telehealth_flyer File Format: PDF/Adobe Acrobat 404-365-0966 (TTY 711). www.sandiego.edu › its › services › alphabetical Please note that this software may incur a charge to your department. www.sandiego.edu › provost › documents › fnn_050908 Issue Number 404 // May 9, 2008 r. www.sandiego.edu › cas › environmental-ocean-sciences › curriculum ECON 308, Environmental and Natural Resource Economics, 3. www.sandiego.edu › documents › study-abroad › usd-comillas_course_plan Not there?

Blackboard Reports What's New DoIT News Moving to myUMBC GroupsJuly 3, 2012 As of today, the DoIT News will be published through the DoIT Group on myUMBC, which in turn feeds the new DoIT site at doit.umbc.edu. As such, we will no longer be maintaining this Movable Type blog. However, it will remain for archive purposes. FYI to DoIT Group members: How do I post a new blog in myUMBC groups? If you have questions, please contact the Technology Support Center (TSC) located on the first floor of the library next to the RLC or call 410.455.3838. UMBC Featured in BbWorld Developer's Conference KeynoteJuly 11, 2011 UMBC's Check My Activity (CMA) feedback tool for students featured prominently in a keynote talk by John Fritz at the Blackboard World Developer's conference today. IHE Journal Publishes Article on Check My Activity Tool for StudentsFebruary 24, 2011 Educause Publishes Video Demo of UMBC "Check My Activity" Tool for StudentsFebruary 4, 2011 A Case for Using The Blackboard Grade BookMay 19, 2010 Show All News

Science Prize for Online Resources in Education (SPORE) Science Prize for Online Resources in Education (SPORE) The Science Prize for Online Resources in Education (SPORE) has been established to encourage innovation and excellence in education, as well as to encourage the use of high-quality on-line resources by students, teachers, and the public. In 2009, the prize recognized outstanding projects from all regions of the world that brought freely available online resources to bear on science education. Science would like to repeat the success of the SPORE prize in 2010. Winners will be selected by the editors with the assistance of a judging panel composed of outstanding teachers and researchers in the relevant fields, chaired by the Editor-in-Chief of Science. Individuals responsible for the creation of the winning resources will be invited to write an essay that describes the resource for publication in Science in 2011. Rules of Eligibility for SPORE-2010: The project must focus on science education. Essays from SPORE Winners

Center for Peace and Commerce A New Enterprise Imagination for Peace and Prosperity The Center for Peace and Commerce (CPC) is a collaborative effort between the School of Business Administration and the Joan B. Kroc School of Peace Studies to prepare new generations of "change agents" who develop and exercise innovative approaches for achieving the 4 Ps– people, profit, planet and peace. CPC contributes to creating new enterprise paradigms and solutions, that foster peace-building and poverty alleviation, through courses, scholarship, enterprise development, active engagement with multiple stakeholders and the promotion of good governance. Sign up for news and events mailing list.

Center for Public Interest Law Business: Real Estate Celebrating 20 Years of Excellence As a Center of Excellence within the University of San Diego’s School of Business Administration, the Burnham-Moores Center for Real Estate creates exceptional value for the real estate professionals of today and tomorrow through personalized education and career services, industry support, research and the promotion of socially responsible leadership. Preparing Real Estate Leaders Our world-class faculty coupled with our extensive network of industry contacts provide our Master of Science in Real Estate and undergraduate students with a one-of-a-kind educational experience that positions them to compete at the highest levels. The Burnham-Moores Center has unparalleled connections within the San Diego real estate community and beyond, which we leverage to help our students launch their careers and alumni advance theirs. Learn about events Sign up for news about our Conferences, Special Events and E-newsletter: Fostering Life-Long Connections

SOLES: Centers & Institutes: Leadership Institute The Leadership Institute was established in 2001 to provide educational programs, research opportunities and a learning community dedicated to the preparation and support of leaders of character from a variety of professions. Mission The mission of the Leadership Institute (the Institute) is to improve the study and practice of leadership so that individuals, organizations and communities can better meet the adaptive challenges facing them. The Institute will accomplish this mission by promoting: (1) significant innovative research aimed at enhancing the understanding of the dynamics of leadership and authority in groups as well as research into effective ways of teaching and learning leadership capability; (2) engaging the field of practice by providing an integrated set of educational offerings including undergraduate and graduate courses, conferences and executive programs for practitioners. News & Events

San Diego Architectural Foundation Drumbeat San Diego Learn about Drumbeat San Diego Documentation of the February 5th Drumbeat Event Drumbeat San Diego photos Drumbeat San Diego videos Moving Forward Drumbeat San Diego Community Google Group Drumbeat SD on Twitter Facebook GroupSign up for Drumbeat SD updates Drumbeat San Diego organizers started meeting in August of 2010. We were thrilled to see technologists, engaged citizens, artists, filmmakers and activists all at the same event on February 5th, 2011. We want to continue to offer these kind of events in the future, so get involved below and help shape the future of Drumbeat San Diego! Documentation of the event: For more on what happened at the Drumbeat event visit: Drumbeat San Diego photos: Find photos on Flickr and tag new ones under the tag #drumbeatsd Drumbeat San Diego videos: Drumbeat San Diego Youtube playlist : Moving Forward

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