2019 – Princeton’s IDEAS for Higher Ed– A Unique Model that Seeks to Provide Business Intelligence Value to Administrators and Contribute Towards Research in Higher Education

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Princeton’s Initiative for Data Exploration and Analytics (IDEAS) for Higher Education was established in July 2017 as an academic research unit by a faculty director and serves as an internal analytics consulting service to the university. In this presentation, we detail the development of this unique admin-research hybrid model and provide examples of our work, including how we connect faculty and graduate students to institutional data and how we combine administrative institutional data from various sources (e.g, enterprise data systems, information warehouse, administrators flat data files, and publicly-available data) and transform it into formats specifically designed for academic research.

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Drew Allen & Valerie C. M. Ching, Princeton University

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