The Aviso platform has four main components—infrastructure, engagement, communication and academic planning. At its core, the tool pulls together data from all existing systems to create a connected campus infrastructure. The data pulled can be customized for each institution. The end-users are predominantly faculty and advisors; however, this platform can be used by a variety of campus stakeholders, such as tutors and financial aid specialists, and individuals in different roles can be given different access to the data. Stakeholders can view student data in one central location, communicate with students and other stakeholders across campus, and help students with academic planning.
Faculty can view their student caseload by class, manually flag students who may be struggling, and communicate with individual students or student subpopulations using tags. Tags can be imported from an institution’s SIS or LMS system, or faculty and staff can create their own.
Advisors can view their student caseload by open alerts, risk level and subpopulations. Risk level is built on a course-based predictive analytics model that identifies students struggling in a particular class. Rather than spending time trying to identify which students are at risk, advisors can use open alerts and risk level as a shortcut and focus their efforts on determining which strategies and resources will have the greatest impact on those students. After advisors intervene with a flagged student, they can notify the relevant faculty member that his or her alert has been addressed, closing the feedback loop. Automatic alerts can also be generated based on the data imported from the institution’s SIS and LMS system during implementation, or anytime afterward, by faculty or advisors with administrative privileges.
Features for Student Success:
- Connects and centralizes data
- Flags at-risk students
- Builds course-based and term-to-term predictive models
- API-based integrations
- Time to go Live: Implementation takes about 60-90 days with little IT involvement.
- End-User Training: One-day, onsite training is provided.
- Data Infrastructure
- Planning & Mastery
- Early Alert
- Predictive Analytics
- Power Campus
- Academic Affairs
- Advising / Counseling
- Student Affairs / Student Services
- license fee
- One-time implementation fee to setup and connect the existing campus systems plus annual license fee
Who is using it?