Kate Tattersfield

Kate Tattersfield
Kate Tattersfield is a former teacher turned content creator at FULL FABRIC, specialising in writing for the education sector.

Recent posts

The benefits of tracking candidates' applications with an admissions software

The benefits of tracking candidates' applications with an admissions software
When it comes to prospective students' admissions success, being able to track the candidate’s application journey is a crucial part of the process. In this blog post, we explore how a good admissions solution for higher education can help advance students through the application process and convert prospects into enrolled students.
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Kate Tattersfield, August 10, 2018

in crm, Admissions

How an integrated admissions and CRM platform can transform the student recruitment process

How an integrated admissions and CRM platform can transform the student recruitment process
Technological advancements have instigated wide-reaching cultural and societal changes, and in the realm of higher ed, have had a profound impact on the way in which universities operate, both in and out of the lecture hall.
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Kate Tattersfield, August 02, 2018

in crm, Admissions

Admissions software every university should be using

Admissions software every university should be using
In this article, we explain why keeping up-to-date with your university admissions and CRM software is a must for any higher ed institution who wants to optimise their recruitment process and make their mark in a competitive industry.
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Study reveals how a two-way approach is best for improving student success

Study reveals how a two-way approach is best for improving student success
New insights on factors that play a critical role in student achievement, from McKinsey, reveal that students who receive a blend of teacher-directed and inquiry-based instruction have the best outcomes.
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How do student information systems (SIS) and customer relationship management systems (CRM) compare?

How do student information systems (SIS) and customer relationship management systems (CRM) compare?
CRM, SIS, LMS, ERM, ERP: when it comes to managing data and communications in a university, the list of software options available can be confusing to anyone who isn’t well-versed in the language of tech. In this article, we decipher the differences between a Student Management System (SIS) and a Customer Relationship Management system (CRM).
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Kate Tattersfield, June 19, 2018

in Admissions, crm

5 essentials for managing student applications effectively

5 essentials for managing student applications effectively
Information has never been so accessible, and students nowadays spend a lot of time researching their university options online through websites, social media channels and online forums.
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Forget stock market returns - education is the best investment you can make

Forget stock market returns - education is the best investment you can make
Despite speculation over whether a higher education is ‘worth the cost’ in the midst of rising tuition fees, a study proves that being educated pays dividends in the long run, and is actually more lucrative than investing in the American stock market.
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How to choose the right CRM for your university

How to choose the right CRM for your university
A survey conducted by StudyPortals and iE&D Solutions revealed that in 2015, 104 (59%) out of 176 universities respondents did not use a CRM system. So what exactly are these institutions missing out on?
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Mind over matter: Study shows mindset is a larger contributor to academic success than socioeconomic background

Mind over matter: Study shows mindset is a larger contributor to academic success than socioeconomic background
A new study has revealed that mindset matters much more than socioeconomic background when it comes to academic attainment and success in education.
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Understanding the differences between a CRM and a LMS

Understanding the differences between a CRM and a LMS
From SIS to CRM to LMS... the amount of acronyms in the edtech world these days can be overwhelming. This article takes a look at two of the most popular software systems in a bid to explain what they do and provide an overview of their similarities and differences. This series of articles can be used as a guide for higher education professionals who want to understand how the software systems they use work on a basic level.
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