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3aug2:00 pm- 3:00 pmThe Benchworks OverviewJoin Glenn Skaggs, Senior Assessment Specialist, as he highlights the unique benefits of our student affairs and academic program assessments. Available individually or as a packaged suite, Benchworks solutions are engineered to be easy to use while harnessing 20+ years of research and data so you know you’re getting the most targeted analysis possible. Learn more about how the insights that come from Benchworks assessments can make it easy for your institution to identify issues and make the most informed decisions. Register today.2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
15aug2:00 pm- 3:00 pmThe Mapworks OverviewEvery student has the potential to be successful, but not every student has the tools. The Mapworks student success program integrates data from every point in a new college student’s career, giving you the ability to pinpoint and resolve a roadblock on the path to graduation before it becomes a problem. Our intuitive platform was created with ease of use in mind, drawing on 20+ years of industry research to eliminate the guesswork from your student success and retention initiatives. From enrollment to post-graduation achievement, and all the stops in between, Mapworks has a plan. Register today.2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
22aug1:00 pm- 2:00 pmA Second Look at First-Year Transitions: What Matters WhenOur efforts to support first-year transition spread numerous topics, functional areas, and interventions. But, in many cases, these efforts begin to feel repetitive. How often do we take the time to step back, gather new information, and reconsider how we are supporting new college students, in particular the timing of our efforts? In this webinar, we’ll use Skyfactor data to explore common topics related to first-year student transition, especially those related to student success and retention, and examine how the data can both reinforce and challenge our existing practices related to the timing of common transition issues.1:00 pm - 2:00 pm