Basics of Forecasting

This webinar provides an overview of forecasting concepts and techniques. Topics include the history of forecasting, assumptions, data requirements, methodology, and the use and communication of results.​

Recorded March 20, 2018


Eric Atchison, Mississippi State Institutions of Higher Learning
Wendy Kallina, Kennesaw State University


A recording of this 2018 webinar will be available for 30 days from time​ of purchase. After purchase, return to this page to access your course through "My Learning Login" above. (The webinar will appear in My Learning within 24 hours.)

​One registration may be used in a conference room setting to share with a group of colleagues. ​


$75 for members, $95 for non-members.

Learning Outcomes

As a result of this webinar, participants will:

  • Understand why forecasting is important and identify potential stakeholders of this work

  • Understand the basics of forecasting like time horizon, data patterns, associated costs of development, degree of accuracy needed, availability of data, and ease of operation

  • Understand prior work conducted in enrollment forecasting

  • Understand the best practices in forecasting like parsimony, appropriate update schedule, communications of assumptions, cross verification, and management of audience


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