Changing with times: Balancing priorities in Canada’s education sector
Canada’s education system, JK through college and university face increasing pressure to provide an exceptional level of service under tighter constraints. From managing assets, to developing the student experience, institutions must be prepared to adapt.
Making the right technology decisions now will have a significant impact on the public sector’s ability to bring students and teachers on a rewarding educational journey. Learn how the British Columbia Ministry of Education is doing just that.
Managing costs: With all the improvement, innovation and technological advancement pressures that educational institutions face, it’s essential to analyze where money is best spent.
Managing assets and resources: Over time, education institutions accumulate assets and resources, which have a maintenance cost attached to them. In some cases, these assets, including real estate, can provide increased opportunities.
Improving students' experience: The advancement of technologies has opened the door to new ways of learning. From high school through higher education, eLearning is being weaved into the system. As digital natives, today’s students expect personalization and integrated technology in their learning experience. How do you ensure your students are getting the educational training they need to succeed? From assessing your current touch points, to identifying new opportunities we can help ensure a satisfied student body.
Managing risk: As the public’s demand for greater accountability and transparency increases, we can help you put the right risk strategies in place.
Implementing technology: Education institutions have significant information and technology requirements, we can help you from strategy all the way through to implementation.
Gaining insights: Our deep expertise in data analytics, business intelligence and data management can help you make sense of the enormous amounts of data from student and administrative systems.