Education Advisory Board (EAB) to Demonstrate Student Success Collaborative (SSC)

CSU Faculty and Staff,

As part of the Data Improvement Initiative that was launched this semester, CSU is proud to partner with the Education Advisory Board (EAB) to deliver industry leading student success technology, research, and consulting. EAB representatives will be on-site to give an overview and demonstration of their Student Success Collaborative (SSC) Campus (student success technology) on Thursday, December 3 in CCT 237. This is an opportunity for faculty and staff to come together and learn about this technology and how it can be used to improve many workflows such as identifying at-risk students and providing timely interventions, scheduling and tracking appointments, tracking specific cohorts of students, faculty early alerts, notes that can be automatically transferred to DegreeWorks and vice versa, etc. I encourage everyone who is involved with academic advising and/or student support to attend these sessions, as it will be an opportunity to ask questions and share ideas. The first session (9:10am) will provide a robust introduction and demonstration of EAB’s services. For this session, we would greatly appreciate attendance by the Chair and at least two faculty members from each department. Full participation and collaboration are paramount to success. Below you will find a list of the three sessions that are open to all faculty/staff, along with the times and brief descriptions.

9:10am–10:40am
Overview of SSC Campus and Platform Demonstration  - Academic Leadership and End Users
Introduce SSC Campus to key staff stakeholders, share research on student success and perform brief demonstration

10:45am–12:00pm
Technology and Workflow Audit – Tutoring/Athletics/Other departments
Review Needs Assessment; Discuss key advising/tutoring processes, how various technologies are leveraged, and what functionality may be underutilized

1:00pm-2:00pm
Technology and Workflow Audit – Advising
Review Needs Assessment; Discuss key advising processes, how various technologies are leveraged, and what functionality may be underutilized

In addition, as part of our partnership with EAB, all faculty/staff have membership only access to a plethora of academic resources through eab.com. Sign-up in a few simple steps:

1)      Go to eab.com
2)      In the top, right corner click on “log-in now”
3)      Click “I’m a new user”
4)      Follow a simple three step process. Be sure to use your CSU email address

Please contact me directly with any questions or concerns.

Thanks,

Dustin Worsley
Assistant Director- Academic Center for Excellence
worsley_dustin@columbusstate.edu
706.507.8785
Schuster 212