Modern Solutions Unify Student Data and Analytics for Empowered Decisions
Boca Raton, Fla. — October 26, 2020 — Anthology, a leading provider of proven higher education solutions that support the entire learner lifecycle, will debut its product vision for the higher education marketplace at the EDUCAUSE Annual Conference 2020. Since announcing the company’s formation in July through the combination of Campus Management, Campus Labs and iModules, Anthology has developed a market-first product approach to achieving overall student and institutional success.
“To thrive today, institutions and students need a higher education technology experience that is personalized, data-driven, engaging, and outcome-focused,” said J.D. White, Chief Product Officer of Anthology. “Anthology envisions how an institution’s education technology ecosystem can transform data silos into data networks and how these networks use artificial intelligence and machine learning, creating new pathways to revolutionize program viability, academic quality, and institutional effectiveness.”
Anthology has more than a dozen solutions and services that transform how students, alumni, community supporters, faculty, and administration engage with institutions and with each other. From student information systems to alumni fundraising tools and everything in between, Anthology’s solutions support the entire higher education learner lifecycle.
Since 2013 we’ve created more transparency and availability of data to both faculty and staff, empowering them to use data for student learning improvements, the co-curricular experience and to inspire assessment champions across the university,” said Dr. Melissa Brown, Director of Student Life Assessment and Strategic Initiatives at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. “We have seen a streamlined view of the data while connecting it to the implemented action steps to transform the culture of our institution, and we look forward to leveraging the full potential of Anthology’s solutions to continue enhancing reports, planning dashboards, benchmarks, assessments, and so much more.”
Dr. Melissa Brown will be joining a panel of higher education leaders on Oct. 27 for the EDUCAUSE presentation – Transformational Leadership in Today’s Environment.
Anthology will be exhibiting at the EDUCAUSE Annual Conference 2020 as well as participating in the following four presentations:
- Oct. 27, on demand: Cross-Campus Analytics That Drive Institutional Success
- Oct. 27, 4:00 – 4:45 pm EDT: Transformational Leadership in Today’s Environment
- Oct. 28, 11:00 -11:20 am EDT: Supporting Institutional Advancement in the Current Environment
- Oct. 29, 11:00 – 11:20 am EDT: Perception is Everything: Student Perspective on Technology On-Campus
Visit Anthology’s EDUCAUSE landing page for more information about how we are participating in the largest higher education conference in America.
Campus Labs, Campus Management and iModules have joined together to form Anthology. We exist to help higher education advance and thrive. Through a connected data experience that offers a holistic view, creates efficiencies, and provides intelligence, Anthology inspires constituents to reach their full potential using technology insights in admission and enrollment management; student success and retention; institutional and learning effectiveness; alumni and advancement; and enterprise applications and infrastructure. Anthology partners with more than 2,100 colleges and institutions in over 30 countries to address the needs of all constituents in higher education. Visit us at www.anthology.com.