5 Signs of a Healthy Student Journey

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Student services professionals often fall into a trap. They see the pain points they’d like to improve upon, and develop some focused practices to try and improve in that area. They then evaluate their success based on how well they executed those practices, rather than gathering a holistic understanding of how well students are doing.... Continue Reading →

Another ‘Best and Final Offer’ Emerges as Vote on Instructure Sale Is Postponed—Again


The waiting game continues for Instructure, which has pushed back—again—a shareholders’ vote on an offer from private equity firm Thoma Bravo to acquire the publicly traded company.The vote, originally set for Feb. 13, was rescheduled for today. But this morning, the company best known for its Canvas learning management system postponed it to Feb. 25.Along... Continue Reading →

8 Steps to Protect Your Student and Alumni Data


By: Gina Marques, CRM Manager, OwnBackup By storing your data in Salesforce.org Education Cloud, universities and colleges can provide students, alumni, and faculty with connected experiences across communication channels and departments. Students no longer have to spend all day waiting in lines to register for courses, to discuss financial aid options, and to sign up... Continue Reading →

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