CIVITAS LEARNING INTERNATIONAL
MAKE THE MOST OF THEIR LEARNING DATA
We help educators at our universities make the most of the world’s learning data – supporting the expansion of student access, improving student outcomes, and preparing students for the knowledge economy.
We bring together a university’s broad range of data to show which students need help and encouragement, and when. This enables students to make the most of their educational opportunities, succeed in their courses and programmes, and get ready for bright futures. By giving universities a complete picture of their students’ progress – often for the first time – we can shed light on what support is most effective for students. Together, we can help improve the student experience and ultimately improve outcomes and attainment.
Founded by educators who are passionate about student success, we work with over 375 universities and colleges across America, serving over 8 million students, and work with universities in the UK, including University of West London, University of East London and Northumbria University.
Regional Vice President, UK
Hu has more than 25 years in the EdTech space, including extensive experience in developing software businesses in the education and public sectors. His work with Civitas Learning will focus on growing partnerships with Higher Education Institutions and ensuring the solution supports needs of HEI’s in the United Kingdom & Ireland. He currently serves as a Non-Exec Director of The CPD Standards (Life-Long Learning) and on The University of East London’s Access and Participation Advisor
Mara’s work leading our international team centers around connecting institutional goals and strategies to predictive analytics and data resources and building structures within institutions to support data-informed decision making.
Lindsay has nearly a decade of leading and championing large-scale efforts for international learning analytics initiatives deploying to higher education institutions throughout the US and UK. Her experience also includes work with JISC to introduce their learning analytics initiative to 15 institutions throughout the UK and helping institutions recover at-risk learners, and providing end-to-end consultative support for customers. Lindsay is also an adjunct faculty member for master’s level project leadership modules.