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Predictive analytics in education: an introduction

Posted by Lucy Judge on February 25, 2021

What is predictive analytics?

Predictive analytics use data, machine learning and statistical algorithms to work out the likelihood of future outcomes, by analysing patterns in historical data.

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Topics: Higher Education, Further Education, Blog, Predictive analytics

Keep Listening: Let your students shape how your institution adapts to COVID-19 and beyond?

Posted by Guy Perring on January 29, 2021

Keep Listening: Let your students shape how your institution adapts to COVID-19 and beyond?

 

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Topics: Higher Education, Blog, Student Support, Student experience, i-graduate

How to become a digital leader in education

Posted by Jemma Legg on January 11, 2021

You and your team have most likely overhauled your digital and social media practices over the last few years, ensuring all your content is digital and your website mobile-first. You may have even thrown a Tik Tok dance into the mix for good measure. But all instiutions rely on digital channels to engage with students, so how can you ensure you're leading the digital charge?

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Topics: Higher Education, Further Education, Student experience

Winning Hearts and Minds: How to make sure your CRM project gets buy in

Posted by Daniel Barrass on December 14, 2020

Picture the scene… you have this amazing idea that you’re sure will have a huge positive impact on the way your university recruits’ students. You and your team have documented shortcomings in your current processes and the software supporting them for what seems like forever.  

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Topics: Higher Education, Student Recruitment, CRM

How did students in Australia rate their institution’s response to Covid-19?

Posted by Stephen Connelly on December 3, 2020

From June to September this year i-graduate ran a worldwide survey of local and international students about their study experiences during COVID-19. The survey targeted students who had been expecting to be studying on-campus in face-to-face mode, but due to COVID-19 had been required to suddenly switch to study online. Over 24,000 higher education students (15,000 local; 9,000 international) enrolled at 42 institutions across 11 countries responded to the survey.

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Topics: Higher Education, Student experience, Asia, Australia

Cloud technology in education: why more institutions are moving to the cloud

Posted by Mike Cope on December 1, 2020

Mike Cope spent ten years as CIO at University College London (UCL) before joining Tribal as CTO in 2019. Having seen first-hand the pushback on cloud adoption rates in the education sector for the last decade, Mike discusses why he believes there has been a shift in mindset over the last 12 months. 

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Topics: Higher Education, Further Education, Blog, Cloud Technology

Ofsted: Five things degree apprenticeship providers need to know

Posted by Carla Martinho on November 19, 2020

Ofsted and Degree Apprenticeships

From 1 April 2021, all apprenticeships, including those at levels 6 & 7, are in scope for Ofsted inspection. Here are the top five things degree apprenticeship providers who are new to Ofsted inspection need to know: 

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Topics: Higher Education, Skills & Training, Apprenticeship, Degree Apprenticeships

Optimising international collaboration and partnerships in the post-pandemic Higher Education landscape

Posted by Tribal Group on November 6, 2020

The Covid-19 pandemic has brought global disruption to the Higher Education sector, severely impacting the functioning of international partnerships. Restrictions on movement and lockdown uncertainties have hampered the mobility of both international and home students, as well as staff.

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Topics: Higher Education

Optimising social and academic integration in the post-pandemic Higher Education landscape

Posted by Mat Kirby on October 26, 2020

The Covid-19 pandemic has had a huge impact on the Higher Education sector over the last few months. Institutions and networks continue to react swiftly to an ever-changing situation, and as the case with many other sectors, have been developing new ways of working with strained resources.

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Topics: Higher Education, Student experience, Internationalisation

Reflections on Employability - reflections on The PIE Online Conference and Chronicle Webinars: looking beyond the baseline employability statistics

Posted by Guy Perring on October 23, 2020

The buzz globally has been for a while around employability and it will reach ‘fever pitch’ as countries emerge from COVID with their economies in various states of distress. As I’m sure you are all aware the debate has been centre stage in HE for a while and Brett Berquist (Director International, University of Auckland) has describe it as the ‘new arms race’ in international education.

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Topics: Higher Education