3. What do you anticipate the needs of your clients to be in the age of ‘disruption’ in tertiary education? E.g. What are your thoughts on data and analytics for the future?
In the age of ‘disruption’ in tertiary education, institutions have shown a growing need for data and analytics tools that help them make better and more informed data decisions.
Explorance’s range of analytics tools can provide valuable insights into student enrolment, graduation rates, student employment outcomes, and other key metrics.
Moving forward, institutions may be looking for ways to better understand the student experience and identify areas for improvement, such as course design, support services, and technology integration.
As more institutions move towards online and hybrid models of learning, they may also be interested in tools that help them assess the quality and teaching effectiveness, as well as evaluate their impact on student outcomes. This will require access to robust datasets and advanced analytics capabilities, including predictive analytics, natural language processing, and machine learning.
The future of tertiary education will likely be driven by the increasing use of data and analytics to inform decision making, enhance the student experience, and support the transition to new models of learning.