Creating a culture of data-informed decision making at Coppin State University

Video created by timothyharfield on Aug 24, 2017

    Like many institutions, Coppin State University entrusted data access to select individuals (e.g., administrators, institutional researchers, program coordinators). President Maria Thompson recognized that a genuine, campus-wide appreciation of data required transparency and accessibility for all faculty and staff. This forged the movement of data democratization, a process of expanding data and the tools to analyze it to a broader audience than traditionally has had access. In other words, data that was “once available to only a select few is now available to everyone” in the organization.

     

    SPEAKERS

    Maria Thompson

    Ahmed El-Haggan

    Prassad Doddanna

    Dionne Curbeam