Make Data-Informed Decisions with Help from Institutional Research
Institutional research can help guide everyday and strategic decisions that academic leaders make; however, data alone are not enough to base a decision on. Decisions must also take into account other factors that leaders should be knowledgeable about, says Mary Ann Coughlin, professor of research and statistics and assistant vice president for academic affairs at Springfield College in Massachusetts.
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