I am very pleased to announce that EAB’s Student Success Collaborative was named a CODiE Award Finalist in two categories: Best K-20 Data Solution and Best Postsecondary Enterprise Solution.
The CODiE Awards are one of the most prestigious software and information industry recognitions. SIIA—the global association for technology, data, and media companies—has been recognizing product excellence through the CODiE Awards for more than 30 years. Past winners include Adobe, Google, and Salesforce.com.
This recognition is exciting, especially for the EAB developers who are always hard at work making sure the Campus platform reflects our members’ needs. Dozens of developers are constantly creating more user-friendly features and functionalities that help advisors and administrators meet their mission of student success.
The same is true for the teams of EAB researchers who speak to thousands of higher education experts and executives to make sure EAB’s solutions solve the most pressing student success challenges.
A Collaborative effort
But there’s no doubt in my mind that this honor belongs to you, our members.
So I wanted to take this opportunity to reflect on the nature of our Collaborative.
We have a large and dynamic community of members who continuously demonstrate their commitment to the common good by helping design the best possible solutions to support our students.
Members contribute to the Collaborative in many ways. Some of you have served on our Product Advisory Council, a year-long commitment to steering the direction of the technology. Hundreds of advisors have volunteered their time to participate in user experience testing, helping us design an interface that is suited to your needs.
Still others share your insights with our research teams as they endeavor to expand our understanding of student success best practices and raise the knowledge and performance of the entire group. And by attending CONNECTED, our flagship summit, you give of yourself so that we all might learn from your experiences.
Our membership includes some of the best thinkers on student success—and we’d like to take a moment to recognize you for your contributions to the Collaborative.
So to our members: For telling us what you want Campus to be to helping us tweak how it looks and feels to sharing how best to use it—thank you and congratulations.