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Performance Architects: Looking Forward to Higher Education Data Warehousing (HEDW) Forum 2017

April 21, 2017

Author: Kirby Lunger, Performance Architects The Higher Education Data Warehousing (HEDW) Forum 2017, an event that focuses on learning and networking for technical developers and administrators of data access and reporting systems, data custodians, institutional researchers, and consumers of data representing a variety of university audiences, is coming up this Sunday, April 23rd – Wednesday,…   Read More


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Five Themes and Outcomes from the Higher Education Data Warehousing (HEDW) Conference

April 27, 2015

The Higher Education Data Warehousing Forum (HEDW) , “a network of higher education colleagues dedicated to promoting the sharing of knowledge and best practices regarding knowledge management in colleges and universities, including building data warehouses, developing institutional reporting strategies, and providing decision support,” hosts an annual conference every year for networking and knowledge-sharing purposes.  The event is comprised of training sessions, presentations by universities and select vendors, and…   Read More


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