The Higher Education Data Conference 2017 provides a platform to discuss how to collect, manage and make effective use of data in Higher Education (HE) to capitalise on its potential in terms of modernisation, transformation and efficiencies.
Through policy-briefings, in-depth case studies, workshops and interactive discussions, participants will have the opportunity to explore how to utilise data to improve student retention, widen access and deliver improvements in teaching and learning outcomes.
KEY SPEAKERS CONFIRMED:
Phil Richards, Chief Innovation Officer, Jisc
Mario Ferelli, Director (Analytical Services), HEFCE
Jonathan Neves, Survey Manager, Higher Education Academy
Paul Clark, Chief Executive, Higher Education Statistics Agency (HESA)
Victoria Cetinkaya, Senior Policy Officer – Public Services, Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO)
REASONS TO ATTEND
Understand how to effectively use HE data in a constantly changing and increasingly competitive landscape
Identify the different types of data and how they can best be applied to gain a competitive advantage
Evaluate how to meet the data collection and dissemination expectations of the Higher Education and Research Act (2017)
Explore how to use data to improve student support, retention, recruitment and attainment
Examine how to exploit data to drive forward improvements in institution decision making and planning, as well as drive positive change
Understand how to establish an effective learning analytics model and client relationship management system (CRM)
Discuss how to ensure effective protection of university data and develop good data management practices
This Conference is specifically designed for the Higher Education Sector. Typical job titles will include:
Business Intelligence Managers
Directors and Heads of IT
Data and Systems Analysts/Officers
Directors of Strategic Planning and Projects
Directors of Performance and Quality
Heads of Information and Systems Development
Operations and Planning Officer
*This Conference is also open to the private sector to encourage networking and debate.
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