I’m presenting today at the eduWeb conference about a topic dear to my heart (I know: I’m weird):
the state of online analytics in higher education.
While I’ve already shared the results of this survey in a PDF report, this is the first time I’m publishing a more visual take on it (my presentation slides) along with a short 2-minute interview of yours truly that was done in June at the UBTech conference where I also gave this presentation.
And, if you’re not the visual type, you can also find the gist of my talk in the article I wrote for the June 2012 issue of University Business.
You see, you have no choice. I’ve covered most of the media out there. So, why not get on with the “online analytics” program, now? ;0)
If you have attended my presentation, thanks for your time! You can find the slides and the resources I mentioned below.
- 4-week online course on Web Analytics for Higher Ed
- 2012 State of Social Media and Online Analytics in Higher Ed – Survey Report
- “The Rise of Analytics-Driven Decisions” – article published in University Business, June 2012
- More resources on Higher Ed Analytics
Don’t you think I look silly caught like this in the middle of a sentence? So, do I.
Pro tip: never mess up with the Video people, they’ll always get back at you – one way or another ;0)
4-week online course: Web Analytics for Higher Ed
(asynchronous with weekly lessons and assignments)
ONLY 10 SEATS per session