John Milam, Director of Planning and Institutional Effectiveness at Lord Fairfax Community College, delivered the keynote addresss at the 2012 Rocky Mountain Association for Institutional Research Conference on October 5, 2012 in Laramie, WY. Milam's talk, "Business Intelligence and Analytics: Why the Labels IR, Assessment, and IE are Obsolete and How We Need to Think about Everything We Do Differently" was introduced by Lisa Muller, a research scientist at University of Wyoming's Office of Institutional Analysis.
This year's conference was held in Laramie, Wyoming from October 3rd to October 5th at the University of Wyoming Conference Center at the Hilton Garden Inn. The theme the 2012 Conference was "Defining IR".
Established in 1971, the Rocky Mountain Association for Institutional Research (RMAIR) includes higher education research professionals from Arizona, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Texas, Utah, Wyoming, and Canadian provinces, Alberta and Saskatchewan.
RMAIR strives to create a friendly spirit of unity and cooperation among members. Members benefit and assist each other by:
1. Advancing institutional research knowledge and expertise leading to the improved understanding, planning, and operation of institutions of higher education.
2. Provide an avenue for renewal and professional development by offering annual meetings during which research findings and methods can be exchanged through paper presentations, workshops, and seminars.
3. Promote activities with the Association for Institutional Research (AIR).
Video produced by UW Television, Outreach Technology Services
Copyright 2012, University of Wyoming
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