Capturing meaningful performance data can be a challenge, and it can be especially difficult to make that data actionable. Hear from data experts and higher ed leaders as they discuss the process of implementing Enflux in combination with data from ExamSoft to improve student outcomes. Attendees will learn how to gather performance data more efficiently, identify at-risk students for early remediation, and use data insights to determine student mastery of course objectives.
Kristy Lucas, Pharm.D., FCCP, CTTS
Associate Dean for Academic Affairs
Professor, Department of Pharmacy Practice
University of Charleston School of Pharmacy
Leah A. Hall, PharmD, BCPS, BCGP, PhD
Executive Director of Assessment
Assistant Professor-Department of Pharmacy Practice
Clinical Pharmacist-Palliative Care, CAMC
C. Leiana Oswald, PharmD, BCGP
Roseman University of Health Sciences- College of Pharmacy
Assistant Dean for Academic Affairs
Associate Professor of Pharmacy Practice
Through a curricular design of showing competency by passing ExamSoft assessments, Roseman University of Health Sciences College of Pharmacy found the data created was rich, but difficult to access and compile
See how enlisting Enflux to extract the rich data and convert it to variable information helped to determine curriculum effectiveness, identify gaps, and more.
See how Enflux was able to help the UCWV Department of Academic Affairs, faculty, and students by creating an ActionPlan that streamlined critical processes that would’ve taken hours into just a few clicks and filters.