Coming to a Conference Near You: Learning Analytics for Everyone
Want to learn more about our powerful analytics platform for data-driven learning organizations? Come connect with us this June at conferences worldwide.
June 14 and 15, Madrid: eLearnia
Come join the fun at Universidad San Pablo in Madrid! Known for its open and collaborative approach to sharing success stories and practical applications, eLearnia is the annual conference for online education and training professionals in Spain. Not only will attendees learn about the latest developments in the sector and deepen their understanding of e-learning technologies, but they’ll have the opportunity to discover internationally popular solutions and learn from the expertise of presenters as well as their industry colleagues.
Learn about the experience of institutions around the world that use data analytics in their decision-making. Join the incomparable Mariana Robson, our Regional Sales Director of EMEA, at 12 noon local time on June 15 and discover how the use of IntelliBoard addressed primary success factors by making data truly actionable for the colleges, universities, and other learning organizations we’re proud to count among our clients. Learn how our integrated predictive learning analytics solution lets your institution define success measurements and predictor variables based on any data in your system. Discover how you can not only measure what matters to you but compile that data into reports and drive automated notifications to instructors, students, academic success staff, or anyone else involved in the learning process. It’s Learning Analytics for EVERYONE!
There’s still time to register for eLearnia. Don’t miss out!
June 26-29, Baltimore: NASPA Conferences on Student Success in Higher Education
Connect with key influencers and decision-makers in higher education! Founded in 1918, NASPA is a member-centered association supporting a diverse and passionate network of 15,000 student affairs administration professionals from 1200 institutions across the globe. The
NASPA Conferences on Student Success in Higher Education are really three conferences in one registration: the Assessment, Persistence, and Data Analytics Conference, the First-generation Student Success Conference, and the Dismantling Systemic Barriers to Student Success Conference.
The research backs up what our on the ground experience tells us: student engagement is crucial to student success. Student engagement not only translates into higher retention numbers and better learner outcomes, but also the FTE dollars learning organizations need to keep their doors open.
We are excited to meet you at NASPA to talk about IntelliBoard, student engagement, and measuring what matters most. Come check it out! Late registration closes June 24.
June 30 – July 1, virtual: Moodle Moot Mexico
We’ll be in virtual attendance at Moodle Moot Mexico, the educational technology conference dedicated to users, developers, and administrators of the popular Moodle open-source learning management system. It’s a great place to share and learn with professionals and experts from the education, research, and development sectors of the Moodle community, either virtually or in person.
Join us! We’d love to talk to data-driven learning organizations and the power of learning analytics for everyone. Samuel, our fantastic Regional Manager will present the best data strategies for supporting Student Success Efforts including:
- implementing retention strategies
- monitoring student progress
- evaluating the effectiveness of the academic program
- maximizing utilization of academic content
- making decisions and allocating resources
Secure your spot at Moodle Moot Mexico today!
Want to keep up to speed on all our conference appearances and webinars? Check out the IntelliBoard Events Page. We’re always happy to see you!
Are you part of a data-driven learning organization interested in learning analytics for everyone? Schedule a meeting with us or take advantage of our webinars. We’d love to help you harness the power of your data.