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An Introduction to Institutional Research Data and Resources - Shared screen with speaker view
Kari Cremer
05:32
Welcome everyone! We will be starting in a few minutes!
Cheryl Berry
19:48
Daniel's audio is choppy for me, anyone else?
jennifer.gianico
19:58
Same for me.
Kevin Murphy
19:58
Yes, me too
Antonio Laverghetta
19:59
A bit
Passard Dean
20:05
Same here
Jacquelyn White
32:49
Does developmental math include MAT 131?
Kevin Murphy
38:26
Screen sharing?
Jacquelyn White
39:25
can you make it a little bigger?
Monika Kiss
40:10
I am a little confused. Does this mean we only have 4 math majors???
Kevin Murphy
40:28
math and mathematics...
Kevin Murphy
40:48
two separate categories were listed
Monika Kiss
41:06
oh I did not see that. but what is the difference there.
jennifer.gianico
41:24
I know DFW is a standard measure, but is there a way to see D and F only?
William Hamilton
43:58
Absolutely—in a forthcoming dashboard for the new Retention Task Force, we will have a dashboard that will allow users to break out DF and W rates. We’re not sure what the “view” will be, but we will likely create a tab to identify the highest DFW, DF, and W courses (broken out by Campus, Online, and Center, for UG and Grad levels).
Robert Brown
45:28
what does the data show in student survey at the end of a class? Is 50% good?
William Hamilton
47:09
Hi Robert, sorry, I missed the context, as I am juggling between two presentations. Are you referring to the student course feedback surveys? Or something else.
Robert Brown
47:40
Student course feedback.
Daniel Duerr
48:39
Cheryl can provide a better answer, but my memory is that yes, it is. We've had a hard time with response rates with online student course feedback
Cheryl Hemphill
53:16
A 40%-50% response rate, while not ideal, is typical for online student course feedback.
Michael Campbell
01:07:36
Thank you for sharing this content with us. Transparency is key
jennifer.gianico
01:07:41
Thank you!
Teresa M Peoples
01:07:53
Thank-you
Kevin Murphy
01:07:54
Thanks
Monika Kiss
01:07:54
Thank you so much!
Antonio Laverghetta
01:07:56
thanks!!