Catch Up With Collegis: Fall 2018 Conference Roundup

The fall/winter conference season is upon us and Collegis is excited to participate in the events below. We’d love to meet you, so please stop by and introduce yourself if you attend any of these events!

  • American Marketing Association's Symposium for the Marketing of Higher Education – Nov. 4-8, 2018
  • Educause Annual Conference 2018 – Oct. 31–November 2, 2018
  • Online Learning Consortium (OLC) Accelerate Nov. 14-16, 2018

Details:


American Marketing Association (AMA)

2018 Symposium for the Marketing of Higher Education

When: November 4-7, 2018 I Where: Orlando, FL

Collegis Education is a proud sponsor of the AMA Symposium for the Marketing of Higher Education. Join us to connect with 1,200+ peers who are working through the same challenges you are.

Meet the following Collegis Education team members:

  • Charles Ramos, Vice President, Strategic Partnerships
  • Jeff Certain, Director, Partner Strategy
  • Bill Engler, Regional Director, Business Development
  • Peter Moran, Regional Director, Business Development
  • Dan Antonson, Senior Manager, Marketing Technology
  • Dana DeLapi, Associate Director, Corporate Marketing
  • Laura Swartz, Coordinator, Sales and Marketing

Attend our presentation:

Is Your Martech Game on Point? Visualizing How Your Marketing Drives Enrollment Growth

Featuring:

  • Dan Antonson, Senior Manager, Marketing Technology
  • Jeff Certain, Director, Partnership Strategy

The integration of your marketing technology is critical to growing revenue at your institution. Your prospective student journey is enabled by all kinds of different technology – content management systems, marketing automation, CRMs, digital analytics – but those tools don’t always work together to create a cohesive view.

Consider how much more powerful your institution’s data would be if all of the information captured by the above tools could be attributed or tracked from start to finish.

During this session, Dan Antonson and Jeff Certain will walk through Collegis Education’s gameboard exercise to:

  • map out the technology stack
  • identify gaps
  • integrate technology solutions
  • visualize your martech stack as a unified picture

Educause Annual Conference 2018

When: October 31–November 2, 2018 I Where: Denver, CO

The EDUCAUSE Annual Conference is where professionals and technology providers from around the world gather to network, share ideas, grow professionally and discover solutions to today’s challenges. It’s the largest gathering of your peers…people you can relate to, learn from and stay connected to throughout the year.

Meet the following Collegis Education team members:

  • Todd Pombert, Vice President, Information Technology and Campus CIO
  • Charles Ramos, Vice President, Strategic Partnerships
  • Dana DeLapi, Associate Director, Corporate Marketing


Online Learning Consortium (OLC) Accelerate

When: November 14-16, 2018 I Where: Orlando, FL

In 2018, you won’t be able to have a dialogue about higher education without discussing, in part, online learning. It’s one of the fastest growing sectors in education today and, as the pace of growth accelerates, we’d love to have you join us at OLC Accelerate, the premier global gathering covering this field.

The name “OLC Accelerate” was chosen because this conference is devoted to driving quality online learning, advancing best practice guidance and accelerating innovation in learning for academic leaders, educators, administrators, online learning professionals and organizations around the world.

Meet the following Collegis Education team members:

  • Timothy Loatman, Director, Academic Services
  • Rebecca Anderson, Coordinator, Learning Solutions

Attend our presentation:
Measuring the Delta: Comparing the Efficacy of Game-Based Learning in Pre- and Post-Assessments

Featuring:

  • Timothy Loatman, Director, Academic Services
  • Rebecca Anderson, Coordinator, Learning Solutions

Comparing valid data from pre-tests and post-tests, the causality of game-based learning becomes evident. In controlled cohort testing, learning deltas for students who participated in game-based learning are compared to students who did not. The hypothesis is that game-based learning causes students to boost their post-assessment scores, while students without game-based learning consumption experience only marginal improvements in their scores.

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