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Be a valuable source of lifelong learning

Institutions can thrive by building lifelong relationships with students and using technology to adapt to the ways they want to learn.

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Assessing your business continuity plan: 4 essential elements

Learn the fundamentals of conducting a business continuity plan review.

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Technology’s role in empowering change in higher education

Find out how to ensure technology is effectively leveraged in higher education institutions, and the role people and partnerships play in its success.

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Resilience in a world of remote working

Coronavirus becomes a catalyst for higher ed digitalization. Find out how institutions can ensure business continuity and stay connected during disasters.

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The importance of data-driven decision making in higher education

Data-driven decision-making gives institutions the opportunity to identify new or missed opportunities, respond to new market conditions, launch innovative services and meet student needs. However, implementing a new database and analytics solution requires more than just flipping a switch and hoping for the best possible outcome.

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Creating a community - how higher education institutions can leverage data to keep their staff and students close

How can institutions create a sense of belonging and communities for students, staff and alumni, when countries all over the globe are implementing social distancing measures? Make data a part of the culture.

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Modernizing the campus to deliver timeless value

How its digital transformation has helped Aquinas College nurture an enrollment pipeline that attracts tomorrow’s students.

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9 essential elements of a data privacy program

Get to know the pillars of data privacy, from accountability to transparency.

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How college presidents are planning for fall 2020 and beyond

Higher education is facing tremendous challenges heading into fall 2020, but many leaders see opportunity as well.