Coffee Break Analytics: Webinar Series 2

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Exploring Research Activity Over Time

January 16, 2019

Tailored for research administrators, this webinar will show you how you can explore and understand longitudinal patterns using an Academic Analytics dynamic report. What is the trajectory of a department’s research program? Are your scholars winning more grants or being cited more than in the past? Contextualize your understanding of the research enterprise with a viewpoint that incorporates patterns and trends.​

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Understanding Unit Composition

January 23, 2019

Learn about the characteristics of your institution’s academic units in the context of your peers. Do you have an average number of tenured professors? What is the gender ratio of your departments in each discipline? Do you have enough Assistant and Associate Professors to manage your units through retirement scenarios? Look at a single moment or trends through time to understand the demographics of your academic units and pan for hiring and retirements.​​

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Incorporating the School and College Structure in Analytics

February 6, 2019

Between individual departments and the entire institution there are schools and colleges, and Academic Analytics data provides powerful insights about these levels of administration. Our customized reporting creates apples-to-apples comparisons that incorporate which disciplines are in each school or college at your campus, and at your peers; learn how we can reconfigure peer institutions to provide meaningful analytics for accurate and timely decisions at the college level.​​​

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Identifying Rising Stars

February 12, 2019

Learn how Academic Analytics dynamic reports can help you identify and retain top talent early in their career. By calculating a trajectory based on empirical, longitudinal data, this report identifies junior faculty members who are on an upward trend in their field of study relative to their peers. Create effective interventions to retain the top talent of the next generation.​​​

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