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EPFP Alumni Webinar on Postsecondary Data
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6/28/2016
When: Tuesday, June 28
2-3 pm ET
Where: United States

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EPFP Alumni Webinar

The National Student Clearinghouse as an Integral Part of the National Postsecondary Data Infrastructure

Tuesday, June 28

2-3 pm ET

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This is a free webinar for EPFP alumni.

Registrants will receive webinar access information via email prior to the webinar.

Presenter:

Afet Dundar

Director

National Student Clearinghouse Research Center

 

This webinar will discuss a recent paper by the National Student Clearinghouse (NSC) Research Center entitled "The National Student Clearinghouse as an Integral Part of the National Postsecondary Data Infrastructure.” The paper was part of the larger series Envisioning the National Postsecondary Data Infrastructure in the 21st Century. The student-level data NSC holds uniquely capture the evolving pathways of postsecondary student access, progress, and outcomes. The data are collected to drive services that are aimed at helping institutions enhance the student experience and increase the efficiency and effectiveness of the education sector. The paper describes the existing content, value, and uses of the system as a component of the national postsecondary data and suggests four paths to making better use of this comprehensive national resource to meet the needs of policy, accountability, research, and consumer information audiences.

 

To access more reports from the NSC Research Center, including new reports to be released this summer on certificate and associate degree pathways and bachelor's degree recipients enrolled in two-year institutions, please visit the NSC Research Center website.

 

Afet Dundar is director of the National Student Clearinghouse Research Center. She plays a leading role in producing the Center's Signature Report series of national reports on student outcomes. With a strong background in postsecondary education data and expertise in public policy and research, Dundar helps develop the center's research agenda. She has contributed to numerous publications on student access and success outcomes. Prior to joining the Clearinghouse, Dundar was assistant director for research at the Project on Academic Success (PAS) at Indiana University. She has a Ph.D. in education policy studies from Indiana University Bloomington.


This webinar and its content is sponsored by the National Student Clearinghouse.

 

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