Carter, D. (2010) Universities save much-needed cash with the help of technology eCampus News, March 26
I was just writing a conclusion to a chapter for a book that said efficiencies need to be found in administration and teaching to justify the use of technology when I came across this article about how the University of California claims to have saved $168 million through the use of business intelligence software/dashboards on risk management, mainly on health insurance claims.
Now what if we applied the same thinking to an analysis of data on teaching and learning? How would that work? Any suggestions?