For years, there’s been a buzz about higher education institutions improving student outcomes. And today, institutions are more accountable than ever for delivering meaningful student, and graduate outcomes insights on the value their degree and certificate programs provide to graduates and the economy. Unfortunately, reliable and longitudinal data has not been widely available, and Institutional Research (IR) professionals are feeling the pressure. IR is often working with data that is incomplete and latent, making it challenging to provide a true measure of performance.
In just a few days, higher-education professionals will gather at the AIR Forum annual conference taking place in Orlando, Florida, May 29 – June 1, 2018. Here they will discuss new strategies for reporting better graduate outcomes insights, reunite with colleagues, make new connections, and discover the latest tools and innovations in IR.
We are excited to be participating in the AIR Annual Conference in Orlando! In addition to exhibiting at this year’s event, Equifax is presenting a session that focuses on offering stakeholders with student and graduate data that’s payroll based, nationwide in coverage, longitudinal in form, and free of self-reported data. IR professionals finally have “new school” options available to more effectively gain insight on graduate outcomes and better support the demand for better data. Attendees will learn how to revolutionize the data leveraged for key research areas.
We invite you to join us for:
The “New School” Method for Unlocking Graduate Outcomes Insights
Wednesday, May 30th at 11:15 AM.
Location: Wekiwa 7
We’d love to catch up with you during the conference! Stop by booth #214 to learn how Equifax offers a better way to help solve the higher education data dilemma. You’ll also walk away with some great swag!
If you’d like to schedule a time to meet, contact us at Gradoutcomes@equifax.com.
Be sure to check out our new video that explains how Graduate Outcome MetricsTM from Equifax can help your institution solve its data dilemma.
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