Using Data to Improve Student Outcomes

Dr. Timothy M. Renick, Vice President for Enrollment Management and Student Success, Vice Provost, and Professor at Georgia State University shares his views on how student achievement data can be used to improve the quality of higher education.  Using Data to Improve Student Outcomes, is a podcast designed and produced in partnership with Postsecondary National Policy Institute

Individual Questions:
Strengths of the current system of quality assurance (1:09)
The quality and effective use of data in higher education (5:22)
How Georgia State University is using data to improve student outcomes (3:34)
Challenges of implementation in the Georgia State model (3:43)
Changes needed to more widely improve student achievement in higher education. (4:10)
Bringing innovation to the broader higher education community (3:00)
Bonus content: Former federal policy maker, David Bergeron, shares his perspective on how data can be used at the national level to assure quality of higher education institutions. (5:36)

Podcast Intro and Exit music by Mishka (FLT RSK) / CC BY-NC 3.0

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