Upcoming Webinar: Transforming Higher Education with Better Data Collection

Sep 10, 2020 | Resources, Webinar

On September 23, 2020, at 11 a.m. EDT, we’ll be rebroadcasting one of our most popular higher education webinars, “Transforming Higher Education with Better Data Collection.” In this webinar, members of the FormAssembly team will discuss common challenges faced by the higher education industry and share ideas for how to solve these challenges with better data collection.

This webinar is great for individuals who work in the higher education industry and experience inefficiencies in the workplace. Read on for a preview of what to expect in this webinar!

What you’ll learn

This webinar is hosted by two of our higher ed subject matter experts—Nitika Gupta, FormAssembly Higher Ed Account Executive, and Jonathan Payne, FormAssembly Higher Ed Subject Matter Expert.

Nitika and Jonathan will present a series of common challenges faced by college and universities, and then they’ll provide suggestions for how to overcome these obstacles. Here are some of the topics they’ll discuss:

  • Disconnected data collection systems that cause confusion for students and tedious work for staff
  • Outdated technology that results in a poor user experience for students and slows down work processes for staff
  • Difficulty staying on top of various data collection compliance regulations
  • Lack of responses on student surveys and forms

Higher education institutions rely on large amounts of data from students for numerous reasons, including admissions, recruitment, registration, campus events, academic success, and more. In order to build a positive, welcoming experience that makes students, staff, faculty, and alumni feel valued, it’s crucial to discover solutions to these problems. This webinar is a great step toward achieving those goals.

How to join

To join this webinar on September 23, 2020, please register here. We’ll be answering questions from attendees at the end of the webinar, so be sure to make note of any questions you may have about higher ed data collection!

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