The Many Facets of Faculty Involvement in the Implementation Process
A Case Study of Northeast Wisconsin Technical College
Ithaka S+R and EDUCAUSE are developing a series of case studies on successful advising technology implementations across the United States. This is the second case study.
In 2013, Northeast Wisconsin Technical College (NWTC), a public two-year college located in Green Bay, Wisconsin, successfully launched a new advising platform in ways that particularly exemplify how faculty members play pivotal and diverse roles as stakeholders in the implementation process. This case study examines the success of advising technology implementations, focusing on some of the ways that the faculty and individual faculty members were central to the technology implementation at NWTC.
Authors: Michael Fried, Christy McDaniel