Is your University taking advantage of Big Data to improve student performance and raise professor effectiveness, while reducing administrative workloads?
Student performance data is increasingly being captured as part of software-based and online classroom exercises and testing. This data can be augmented with behavioral data captured from sources such as social media, student-professor meeting notes, blogs, student surveys, and so forth to discover new insights to improve student learning. The results transcend traditional IT departments to focus on issues like retention, research, and the delivery of content and courses through new modalities.
Hortonworks is partnering with Microsoft to show you how the Hortonworks Data Platform (HDP) running on the Microsoft stack enables you to develop a “single view of a student”.
In addition, we will review a use case of how HDP is used in Genomic Research to analyze data and develop actionable insights from the analysis.
Mike Christensen and Brian Hagan from Hortonworks will share their insights with you. Learn how you can: