[Webinar Recap] Transforming Higher Education With Better Data Collection
We recently wrapped up our higher-education-focused webinar, Transforming Higher Education With Better Data Collection. In the webinar, FormAssembly’s higher ed experts talked about how more efficient data collection processes can be helpful for solving some of the most common problems faced by colleges and universities.
We hope you got a chance to tune in to the webinar, but if you missed it or need a refresher, read on for a recap or replay the recording below!
Data collection problems in higher education
Collecting data is a huge part of running an organization—in higher ed, it’s needed for admissions, recruitment, registration, and more. In order to improve the lives of staff, faculty, and students, it’s important to make sure that you’re collecting data in a streamlined, secure, efficient manner.
In this webinar, Jonathan Payne, FormAssembly’s Higher Ed Subject Matter Expert, and Nitika Gupta, Higher Ed Account Executive, run through some of the most common higher ed problems that can be solved with better data collection methods, including:
- Disconnected data collection systems that create confusion and more work
- Outdated technology that causes negative user experience for students and time-consuming processes for staff
- Failure to comply with various data privacy regulations
- Ineffective, uninteresting forms or paper forms that fail to gain crucial data from respondents
Believe it or not, all of these problems can be solved with a data collection platform like FormAssembly. By collecting all data in one place securely through online web forms, you’ll be able to save time, money, and resources for your college or university.
We hope this webinar helps you find solutions to the challenges your campus is facing. Choosing more efficient methods of collecting data is a great way to improve recruitment processes, academic success, class registration, and other essential campus functions. To learn more about FormAssembly for higher education, visit our higher ed page.