Changing Your Relationship with Data: New Opportunities for Institutional Effectiveness
When the academy was first conceived, it catered to members of an elite group. Today, colleges and universities serve students from all walks of life. And although their intellectual talents and aspirations vary, the students as a whole reflect a generation that’s comfortable with technology in the classroom and concerned about marketable skills. In fact, many of today’s undergraduates are likely to see their college experience as a straight path to career success, not as a serendipitous pursuit of knowledge.