Focusing on Student Success
TIE5 Technology in Education
Location: Skyline I
MONDAY, 3:00 - 3:45 p.m.
As higher education professionals, our ultimate goal is to see students succeed. What each of us are doing has an impact, but how can we measure that impact? Budgets continue to tighten, and it is up to us to show that what we do has a meaningful impact on helping students graduate. It is more important than ever to measure that impact, find the gaps, and continue to improve. During this presentation, Jason Fish will discuss what his team is doing to measure, assess, and improve the effectiveness of what they are delivering. He will share insights into how to get quick wins as well as easy changes that can be made to enable the collection and dissemination of positive results.
Director of Informatics, Purdue University
Jason Fish is the director of informatics within Purdue University's central IT organization where he is responsible for providing vision in the areas of teaching and learning technology. His experience includes development, project management and driving new and creative web and mobile strategies. The work of his group has been featured by the New York Times, CNET and The Chronicle of Higher Education.