Integrating technology and advising studying enhancements to colleges ipass practices
Integrating Technology and Advising: Studying Enhancements to Colleges' iPASS Practices
This What Works Clearinghouse (WWC) review assesses the quality and findings of a study examining the Integrated Planning and Advising for Student Success (iPASS) model, which entails using technology to increase the amount of advising that postsecondary students receive throughout their college experience. The review found that the study meets WWC standards without reservations. The study found that iPASS had no statistically significant positive findings.
iPASS includes providing advice about career goals and challenges faced while in school. Advisors use iPASS technology to detect early warning signs of academic and non-academic challenges and intervene as needed.
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Alexander Mayer, Hoori Santikian Kalamkarian, Benjamin Cohen, Lauren Pellegrino, Melissa Boynton, and Edith Yang