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Using Technology to Help Students Succeed. Geek Report Spring 2012. Bob Bramucci and Jim Gaston. Overview. District IT Update Technology and Student Success What we’ve done What we are doing What we hope to do Discussion. District IT Update. Major Projects Student Account Task Force

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  • District IT Update
  • Technology and Student Success
    • What we’ve done
    • What we are doing
    • What we hope to do
  • Discussion
district it update
District IT Update
  • Major Projects
    • Student Account Task Force
    • MySite Refresh
    • MAP Refresh
    • SharePoint
    • Perceptive Enterprise Content Management
    • Mobile Apps
    • Sherpa
project list
Project List
  • SharePoint > Technology and Learning Services > Information Technology > IT Projects
mobile apps
Mobile Apps

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student success
Student Success

How can technology help our students succeed?

two sides to the coin
Two Sides to the Coin





reduce friction and remove barriers
Reduce Friction and Remove Barriers
  • Online Orientation and Advisement
  • Online Application
  • Class Schedule
  • Class Shopping Cart
  • MySite Registration
  • Book Purchase
  • Add Permit Code (APC)
  • Personalized Campus Map
  • Campus Wi-Fi
  • Blackboard Integration
  • Mobile Apps
  • MAP – Where do you want to go?
    • Personal academic goals
  • Sherpa – Let us help you get there
    • Closed class search assistance
    • Targeted messages
    • Important Tasks
    • Reminders
    • MAP Integration
  • MySite Refresh – Focus on what is important
    • News Feed
    • Calendar
    • To-Do List
    • Mobile
  • “Today’s students use laptops, smart phones and tablets not only to communicate with friends and professors, but also to make appointments, purchase goods and services, watch movies, and do research. This is where our students spend much of their time, and we must create smart applications that make it easier for them to pursue and reach their educational goals.”
  • “Scaling up the use of technology is one of the few viable approaches to reach substantially more students, many of whom prefer navigating their pathway through community college in an online environment.”
  • “…the CCC system needs to look towards the creation of centralized student support modules that offer high interactivity with local campus and district IT and administrative systems.”
  • “An additional benefit to the creation and maintenance of centralized technology utilities is that doing so will create huge economies of scale for the system.”
  • “Community Colleges will develop and use centralized and integrated technology, which can be accessed through campus or district web portals, to better guide students in their educational process.”
          • Recommendation 2.3
  • “The creation of online resources that would support advisement and allow many students to self-manage their academic pathways is essential.”
  • “(data) can be aggregated in educational data warehouses, leveraged, and used to help advise students on effective pathways through college…An example of this would be the use of analysis of past student outcomes in various courses for students at various levels of basic skills to create an advisement matrix.”
  • “These technological applications will generate efficiencies, but more importantly they will increase and improve communications with students by using platforms they already rely on to manage their daily lives.”
  • Centralization
  • Standardization
  • Automation
  • Stronger System Office
  • Assessment Test Database
  • Student Support Modules
  • Data Warehouses (e.g., K-18 + workforce longitudinal record system)
standardization of policies
Standardization of Policies
  • Policies
    • Mandatory participation in orientation and remediation for the non-college-ready
    • Declared program of study by end of 3rd term
    • Incentivized Enrollment Priority
    • BOG Incentives
    • Basic Skills in First Year
    • Common K-14 College & Career Readiness Standards
standardization of systems
Standardization of Systems
  • Common Assessment Tests
  • Data-driven, student-driven scheduling
  • College Trending Scorecards
  • Student Success Scorecards
automation at least in part
Automation (at least in part)
  • Assessment tests
  • Educational Plans
  • Educational Pathways
  • Data Warehouses
  • Predictive Analytics
proposed online services
Proposed Online Services
  • Common college application
  • Electronic transcripts
  • Online BOG waiver
  • Education Planning Module
  • Electronic Library Catalog
  • Electronic Resources
  • Job Placement Module
  • Textbook Purchasing Module
  • Transfer Advisement Module