[Webinar Recap] Transforming Higher Education With Better Data Collection
We hope you were able to join us for our recent higher ed-focused webinar, “Transforming Higher Education With Better Data Collection.” In the webinar, FormAssembly’s higher ed experts talked about how improving data collection processes can make a significant positive impact on your college or university.
If you weren’t able to attend the webinar live or want to revisit the topics we discussed, read on for an overview or replay the webinar on-demand below.
Tackling common higher ed administrative challenges
Data collection is absolutely necessary for so many aspects of the higher education world, including admissions, recruitment, registration, and more. That’s why overhauling your data collection processes can make such a huge difference in the lives of staff, faculty, and students. By finding a fix for common data collection pain points, everyone at your school will have more time to focus on what really matters.
In this webinar, Jonathan Payne, FormAssembly’s Higher Ed Subject Matter Expert, and Nitika Gupta, Higher Ed Account Executive, address some of the most common challenges we help our higher education customers overcome, including:
- Mixed-up data collection methods that create confusion and busy work
- Outdated technology
- Struggling to keep up with ever-changing data privacy regulations
- Low student engagement rates
Believe it or not, all of these problems can be remedied with the right data collection platform. By implementing an easy-to-use form builder that securely collects and manages student data, your college or university will be able to streamline processes for everyone on campus for years to come.
As the higher education world continues to become increasingly focused on digital channels, we hope the information in this webinar is helpful to you. If you’re ready to implement an all-in-one form builder and data collection platform at your college or university, learn more about FormAssembly for higher ed at the link below.