Higher Education is often incredibly fragmented between institutions, schools, and even departments - but you can use good ecosystem information to bring it together
Growing your ecosystem? These tools can help.
Information about departments, opportunities, student resources, and other activities across your instution must be easily accessible
Departments within the same institution - or faculty in the same field - can easily get siloed in large institutions. Centralizing information helps break down silos
From first-year students arriving on campus to tenured faculty, your higher education ecosystem must be easy to navigate for all the stakeholders you serve
Your institution's ecosystem is a complex network of students, faculty, staff, departments, schools, courses, campus groups, and more. Centralizing information about all of these assets is critical to ensuring that all stakeholders can find the information they need quickly to make progress in their work
EcoMap pre-populates detailed data about all of the assets in your ecosystem, so you can turn this invisible network into an interactive source of information
Universities & community college systems are so massive that silos between schools and departments are inevitable. But these silos waste a massive amount of time, resources, and energy. Having detailed data on what exists within, and what is happening across, your institution can break these silos down and increase productive collaboration
Gathering data within one school or department can be impossible - much less curating it across your entire system. Thankfully, EcoMap how powerful proprietary technology to get this information no matter where it lives, and bring it to one place.
In higher education, the technology you use must often serve students, faculty, and staff. Many of the stakeholders in your institution are often searching for the same information, but for different reasons. This lets data about your ecosystem serve many people at once
Your institution serves thousands of stakeholders, from current students to alumni and beyond. It is impossible to provide direct, 1-1 support to all of these stakeholders, but AI-based technology can serve as a personal assistant for all of them, at once, at scale
From first year students to tenured faculty, your institution serves a wide variety of stakeholders with different needs, backgrounds, and technological fluency. This is why it's essential that your institution have a centralized source of information that adapts to the needs of each stakeholder
Here are some important entry points you can create:
Having a central source of information about all the departments, resources, organizations, and opportunities at your institution is critical, but nearly impossible to build manually. That's where EcoMap comes in.
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