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Work with Banner? Here is information that can help!

Many of our clients use Banner® by Ellucian and we have a staff of experts who understand Banner.  They love sharing their knowledge and one way is writing posts for the Evisions Blog that are geared for those that work with Banner.  Included are 4 posts that will aid anyone that works with Banner.
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Financial Aid Policies & Regulations Made Easy with Argos

During this year's Evisions Conference we interviewed Ryan Dembeck of Northwestern College in Minnesota about the obstacles in Financial Aid they have overcome with Argos, the Enterprise Reporting Solution from Evisions.  View this short video and hear from Ryan how Financial Aid policies & regulations were made easy with Argos.  Watch Video
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Jacksonville University - Accessible and Affordable Reporting Achieved with Argos

The reporting team at Jacksonville University (JU) has gone through more than their fair share of reporting implementations. Maintenance for their legacy systems was a perennial issue, and the reporting team was spending too much time on setup, security and dissemination. The implementation of Argos, the Enterprise Reporting Solution from Evisions, solved JU's reporting challenges.  ...
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Evisions Inc. Signs Agreement with IData Inc. to Aid Clients with Report Development and Data Governance

Evisions Inc. (Evisions), a leader in higher education enterprise analytics and reporting, today announced a partnership with IData Inc. (IData), a consulting, software and solutions firm. With its signing of an IData reseller agreement, Evisions can now sell IData’s Data Cookbook Software and Services to its client base. The partnership between IData and Evisions will allow for the enhanced integration of their respective software...
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Gilfus Analytics Launched

Leveraging our history in the development of Learning Management Systems, Gilfus Analytics is an elite team of independent industry experts from the Gilfus Education Group focused on developing strategies for the development of Academic Analytics and eLearning Intelligence in education. The Gilfus Analytics team can develop a strategy around learning analytics for your organization.
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How data analytics work in a college

Goodwin, L. (2010) Solving the ‘It’s my data’ mess University Business, November/December 2010

This is a short summary of an article from a new book from the Council of Independent Colleges and SunGard Higher Education. The article identifies the tricky policy issue of agreeing common definitions of the same factors across an institution so [...]

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Conference on learning analytics: Banff 2011

Learning analytics is the measurement, collection, analysis and reporting of data about learners and their contexts, for purposes of understanding and optimising learning and the environments in which it occurs

The 1st International Conference on Learning and Analytics: 2011

Learning Analytics & Knowledge: February 27-March 1, 2011 in Banff, Alberta

The growth of [...]

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With Their Whole Lives Ahead of Them: Myths and Realities About Why So Many Students Fail to Finish College

Jean Johnson, John Rochkind, Amber N. Ott, and Samantha Dupont - Public Agenda with support from the Gates Foundation

This report analyzes the reasons why so many U.S. students fail to complete college, tests assumptions about these reasons, and tries to identify solutions that young people themselves say would help most.

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Background: Addressing Access to Financial Aid

The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, November 12, 2009

The Gates Foundation is working to try and change existing financial aid policies to better serve the low-income adults that most need it to remove the greatest barrier to there completion of postsecondary degrees.

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Background: Technology in Postsecondary Success

The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, November 12, 2009

This white paper highlights the ways in which emerging technology and the use of online courses and other innovations show promise in reducing the cost and inconvenience of postsecondary education, a first step towads increasing completion rates.