InformationWeek recently announced its annual ranking of the top 500 most innovative users of information technology in business. Among them,
ASU was recognized for its innovative eAdvisor effort, a set of applications and processes that delivers information about students' progress through their academic programs and assists them in making decisions critical to their success. This effort, the brainchild of ASU's Provost Betty Phillips, has resulted in significant increases in student success.
"We are pleased to have our efforts recognized in this way and to stand in the company of so many excellent businesses," says
In addition to ranking 71 overall, ASU is recognized for its innovation in creating student-centric, web-based tools for class registration, online courses and grade monitoring.
eAdvisor is featured by InformationWeek as one of the "Top 20 ideas to steal in 2013," and as an inspiring story of how technology can improve academic services and student productivity.
For more information about the University Technology Office, visit uto.asu.edu. To learn more about eAdvisor, visit eadvisor.asu.edu.
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