eAIR Newsletter

eAIR is the monthly newsletter of the Association for Institutional Research (AIR). From its start in October 1987 to today, eAIR remains one of the most important tools for providing news to the higher education community. This valuable resource includes web-based resources which are available at any time. eAIR is typically delivered the second or third Thursday of each month.

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  • EllenPeters
    • Special Feature / Interview
    • 05.18.20

    Leading in the Midst of COVID-19

    • by Ellen Peters, Associate Provost, Institutional Research, Planning, & Student Success, University of Puget Sound
    About a week into this adventure, I felt like I had a new job—and in some ways that was true. But in other ways, I was doing the same work but toward different purposes. Still administering surveys, still producing...
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    • Changing Scene
    • 05.20.20

    Colleague News

    • by eAIR
    Shama Akhtar is now Director of Institutional Effectiveness, Goucher College. Jennifer Causey is now a Research Associate at National Student Clearinghouse. Catherine Garcia is now Executive Director of Institutiona...
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  • TTMay2020small
    • Tech Tips
    • 05.18.20

    Creating Animations in R

    • by Daniel Vollrath, Research Analyst, Wayne State University
    If you’re looking for an excuse nowadays to spend more time inside on a computer, I recommend visiting the subreddit r/dataisbeautiful. Users submit all kinds of visualizations along with details of how they were c...
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  • VDDMay2020small
    • Visual Displays of Data
    • 05.18.20

    Facts at a Glance Dashboard

    • by Vaughn Hopkins, Executive Director, Institutional Research, Planning, and Analytics, Delaware State University
    Each year, our Institutional Effectiveness (IE) office publishes an annual report for our Academic Affairs unit, which is one of five administrative divisions at Delaware State University. The Office of the Provost and E...
    Read Moreabout: Facts at a Glance Dashboard