Here’s What College Advisors Wish the Tools Built for Them Would Really Do | Sydney Johnson

Even in the age of online lectures and digital courseware, college advising has remained relatively low-tech: sketching out degree plans with a pencil and paper during one-off meetings between students and advisors. That’s starting to change, though, as more companies and campuses create technology-augmented advising systems like predictive analytics, self-service course registration platforms and early-alert tools.

However, many of these services are still in their early stages when it comes to development or implementation on college campuses, making the transition from traditional…

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