Webinar Recording

Community Insights Issue 1

Watch the webinar where we discuss revelations about:

  • The types of LMS activities that are predictive
  • The continuing trend of high-achieving students leaving institutions
  • The predictive power of course grades
  • The value of measuring the impact of initiatives at your institution



Meet Our Speakers:

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Laura Malcom
Co-Founder & SVP Outcomes and Strategy, Civitas LearningLaura has nearly 25 years of education and product design experience in building technology products to help people learn and achieve their educational goals. With an MA.Ed. from Stanford in learning, design, and technology, she has spent more than 15 years in executive leadership roles directing the design and development of innovative educational technology products. She is a two-time CODiE Award recipient for product design. As co-founder and senior vice president for outcomes and strategy, she focuses on helping Civitas Learning’s partner community leverage signals from their data, take informed action, and achieve measurable student success results.

Mark Milliron

Mark Milliron
Co-Founder & Chief Learning Officer, Civitas Learning An award-winning leader, author, speaker, and consultant, Mark has worked with universities, community colleges, K-12 schools, foundations, corporations, associations, and government agencies across the country and around the world. As Co-founder and Chief Learning Officer at Civitas Learning, he is involved in all areas of the company’s development, especially helping catalyze a thriving learning community around analytics and student success initiatives with partner institutions. He serves on numerous corporate, nonprofit, education boards, and advisory groups, including the Texas Student Success Council. Most recently, Mark was named to the 2016 Chronicle of Higher Education List of Top Tech Innovators.

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