Invoke-Hero-550px_Resources.jpg
Blog

The higher Edge Blog

Our blog is a resource provided weekly to drive meaningful, impactful change for students, faculty, staff, and administrators across the country by answering your most pressing questions regarding the use of data in your higher education institution.

Subscribe below to have our latest articles delivered weekly to your email.

SUBSCRIBE TOday

Featured Post

Inside Higher Education’s Data Collaborative

AdobeStock_506813691_People connected Lines.jpg

In this episode, Roberta Hyland, the chief data officer for the National Student Clearinghouse, shares about disaster recovery and some data support services.

Recent Blog Posts

AdobeStock_251183893_Paper_Airplane.jpg
Oct 7, 2022, 7:00 AM
This week we talked with Aeron Zentner and learned about the newest game in Higher Education, Cards Against Innovation.
AdobeStock_174068032_People_celebrating_success.jpg
Sep 28, 2022, 7:00 AM
The main goal of any higher education institution is to foster student success. What does this really mean, and how can data help?
AdobeStock_198751845_Student_Smiling_Laptop.jpg
Sep 22, 2022, 7:00 AM
In this episode of The Higher Edge, we discuss the importance of asking questions, how to support America’s Latinx students, and how to measure student success.
AdobeStock_214187018_WhereAreYouGoing.jpg
Sep 12, 2022, 7:00 AM
There are many things that go through the minds of students when trying to find the perfect college for themselves. What makes them choose the schools they do?
AdobeStock_503219579_Cloud_based_community.jpg
Sep 7, 2022, 7:00 AM
In this episode of the Higher Edge Podcast, Rick Smith gives us insights on how IT in education compares to other industries, the importance of IT in higher education institutions, and how IT professionals in higher education support student success.
AdobeStock_134419654_Enrollment.jpg
Aug 29, 2022, 7:00 AM
Enrollment is the backbone of all colleges and universities, private or public. Through the use of data technologies, colleges and universities can get the upper hand on enrollment trends and future predictions.