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· Writing for Education Dive, Natalie Schwartz takes a look at five different stories examining how colleges are making use of emerging technologies and how higher education leaders can successfully implement these new strategies.
· How are colleges implementing artificial intelligence and predictive analytics to improve student outcome?
· Here's more on how technology is shaping the future of higher education.
Pressure is growing for colleges to improve student outcomes, but sliding enrollment and tighter budgets threaten their ability to do so. In response, they are deploying technologies like artificial intelligence (AI) and predictive analytics that promise to help them do more with less.
Some colleges are using those tools to improve how they recruit and retain students. Others are using them to bring more accessibility into the classroom or to create personalized learning plans. But effective implementation is key, as the wrong move could negatively impact the student experience and even push learners away.
In the five stories below, we examine how colleges are putting such technologies to work and what higher education leaders need to know to implement them effectively.
Read the full article about how technology is changing higher education by Natalie Schwartz at Education Dive.