EDUDATA SUMMIT A
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EduData Summit is a premium event focusing on data and its impact on the higher education sector
Humankind is generating data at an accelerating rate. Data and its applications are fundamentally changing the way we view and interact with the world. It can be confounding or empowering; frustrating or liberating; undermining or reinforcing.
For educators it is no different, endless spreadsheets and dashboards are being called upon to direct how, where and what our young people learn; how, where, what and with whom our researchers conduct their work.
If you’re a “datahead” you need to learn how to draw out the right stories from your data; if you’re not, you may need to develop an understanding of how to penetrate all the charts and numbers and ask the right questions.
From rankings to accreditations, QA to KPIs, performance management to bibliometrics, the EduData Summit has been established to help develop understanding and share best practices in this first event to explore how data can help make universities better.
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The conference is particularly relevant to the following audience:
Higher Education Providers:
• College Principals
• Pro Vice-Chancellors of Learning and Teaching
• Pro Vice-Chancellors of International
• Pro Vice-Chancellors Business development & relations
• Directors and Heads of Strategy
• Directors and Heads of Planning
• Directors and Heads of International Office
• Directors and Heads of Partnerships
• Directors and Heads of Marketing
• Directors and Heads of Employability
• Directors and Heads of Teaching and Learning
• Senior faculty staff with responsibility for strategy, planning and resources, including, Planning Managers, Planning Officers, Analysts, Special Projects Staff, Project Managers, Change Team Members, Admissions Officers
Higher Education Stakeholders:
• Policy analysts, internal and external to the sector
• Senior Funding Council representatives (HEFCE, HEFCW, SFC, DELNI)
• UK Civil Servants and quasi-governmental organisations
• Media representatives and social commentators
• Heads of HE agencies and sector bodies and other senior colleagues