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Keeping Students Engaged: the Role of Faculty in Student Retention
Allendale, Mich., United States Student retention and student success are important areas of focus for educational institutions today. With the rising costs of higher education and the value of employability after graduation, student retention plays a strategic role in our…
How a Community College Saves Up to $300,000 per Semester Through Student Retention
Improving the Educational Experience Through Accurate Dashboards
Quick take: Anticipating learner difficulties and taking corrective measures earlier: How a leading teaching and research university for women in Saudi Arabia is creating a comprehensive dashboard for effective data analysis to help learners and instructors enhance the educational experience.
Mexico Invests in New Models and Distance Learning to Reach Better Education Outcomes
Quick Take: With more than 10 types of higher education institutions, Mexico offers great options for all kinds of students.
Acknowledging Diversity Around the World
Read the essentials or go deeper In this special: Inclusive education and digital access: Is your institution on top of it? Highlights from Blackboard’s Global Accessibility Awareness Day.
How a Predictive Model Enhanced Ulster University’s Approach to Student Retention
Quick take: The first institution to adopt Blackboard Predict in the European Union is increasing student retention with predictive analytics combined with a longitudinal, long-term approach.
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