Campuses across the US have deployed early alert systems as part of a multi-faceted approach to student success. This session with expert speaker Dale Tampke will outline how to develop, launch and assess an early alert system. Applicable to in-house or commercial off-the-shelf applications, the workshop details how to build critical stakeholder buy-in during the design and deployment phases. In addition, the session includes how to create an effectively trained response team. Assessing student success outcomes attributable to early alert rounds out the workshop.
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Attendees will learn to think holistically about the early alert idea, using straightforward system descriptions to foster ease of system usage. Assessment planning tips will help attendees build advocacy by linking outcomes to early alert use. The response plan illustrates the power of using well-trained peers as first-responders.
Who Should Attend
Dale R. Tampke
Dale R. Tampke is Assistant Provost for Student Academic Services and Clinical Professor of Education at Loyola University Chicago. He writes and presents frequently on student success issues at conferences such as the National Symposium on Student Retention, the First Year Experience Conference, ACUHO-I, and NASPA. In... More info