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Creating a Data Culture Through Professional Development Training

The University of California, Irvine, created a certificate program to teach digital literacy skills to campus community members with the hope of improving student outcomes.

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Degrees Earned Fall Again, Certificates Rise

Fewer people are earning degrees for the second year in a row, but certificates are having a moment, according to a new report.

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Data-Based Decisions Tip: Convene Regular Data Meetings

Student success advocates at the University of Kentucky have built a culture of evidence through weekly data meetings. Here’s how they do it, plus pointers for organizing data meetings on your campus.

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Academic Success Tip: Interdisciplinary Art Collaboration Creates Diverse Course Materials

Music education students at Central College partnered with their visual arts peers to create story and song books for elementary-aged students.

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Academic Success Tip: Resource Fair to Support Students Struggling Mid-Term

The University of Arizona hosted an event to help learners debrief their semester so far and make an action plan for the remainder of the term.

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Five Actions to Address Inequities in Course Scheduling

Scheduling courses mainly during the day is not just an inefficient use of classroom space but also a barrier to equitable course availability, writes higher ed space planning consultant Chris Morett.

Voices of Student Success: Creating Community for Students in Recovery

Many students on college campuses struggle with substance use and abuse, but fewer have a supportive community they can turn to.

A photo of Sacramento State’s  Esak´timá Center interior, with a conference table, red couch and Native American art on the wall.

Colleges Create Campus Spaces for Student Identity

To help students feel they belong at the institution, institutions are investing in facilities that promote student identity and meet their needs.