IT Brown Bag Lunch Highlighting UASuccess on Monday, Jan. 14

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During the first IT Services Brown Bag lunch of 2019, Danielle Dunn, associate director for student success, will discuss the features of UASuccess.

This early alert, communication tool integrates data from Blackboard and Peoplesoft to assist advisors, instructors, and student success advocates in helping students reach academic goals. If used properly, it can increase graduation and retention rates for students.

Come learn more on Monday, Jan. 14. Participants are invited to bring their lunch and join in person from noon to 1 p.m. in ARKU 509 or join online through WebEx.

Learn more about upcoming IT Services events at its.uark.edu/news-events and stay connected by following us on Twitter or Instagram

 
Contacts

Jennifer Brown, communication strategist
Information Technology Services
479-387-3849, jennb@uark.edu

Chris Butler, director of communications
Information Technology Services
479-387-3836, chrisb@uark.edu

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