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Tuesday, May 21 • 5:10pm - 5:45pm
How Do We Make Data Work for the Needs of our Teachers and Students?

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More institutions are beginning to comprehend the value of collecting data, but many seem to have trouble analyzing the information and generating actionable insights that can be linked to success improvements. Who is succeeding and what are the barriers to institutions moving beyond simply collecting data in disparate systems to collecting data that matters to improve success measures?



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Mike Sharkey

Analytics consultant, Arizona State University
Data, analytics, data, and data

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John Johnston

IT Program Manager, University of Michigan
Easy makes a weak body and mind. | | I judge my success based on the success of those that depend on me. | | I am a humble guy with a slight edge of non-conformity I just can't seem to shake. I question everything.
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Steve Liffick

General Manager, Microsoft Education
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Dwayne Alton

Executive Director, Infrastructure Services, Lee County Schools
avatar for Joel Hames

Joel Hames

VP Product, Schoology
As VP of Product for Schoology, Joel brings over 20 years of experience in both K-12 education and Education Technology product management to the mission of delivering the best K-12 teaching and learning platform. Joel led instructional technology teams in school districts across... Read More →
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Phill Miller

Chief Learning and Innovation Officer, Blackboard
With over 14 years experience in education technology, Phill Miller serves as Vice President of Teaching and Learning at Blackboard. In this capacity, he is responsible for leading the product strategy, roadmap, management and marketing for Blackboard’s suite of world-class online... Read More →


Tuesday May 21, 2019 5:10pm - 5:45pm
Coronado ABC