On-Demand Webinar

Driving Innovation at The Ohio State University

Having access to reliable, accurate data across all colleges and departments is now more important than ever for making informed decisions in Higher Education.

For the Ohio State University, their journey to becoming a data-first organization this past year has enabled them to better navigate times of uncertainty.

Watch the recording below to hear how you can create a culture based on data-driven decisions with trusted, governed analytics.

This webinar covered:

  • Using Projects (Project Leaders) vs Sites (Site Administrators)
  • Importance of common data sources
  • Importance of monitoring your server usage
  • Importance of virtual learning and virtual Tableau User Groups
  • How to increase adoption of your Tableau environment

About the speaker


Eric Mayberry

Associate Director, Data & Analytics Team, The Ohio State University

Eric is currently an Associate Director for the Data & Analytics team at The Ohio State University. Eric was hired into Ohio State in 2017 to lead the Enterprise Tableau implementation and to serve as the Tableau administrator for the university.

In two short years, Eric has transformed a siloed Tableau presence at OSU into an enterprise consolidated solution. OSU now has close to 3,000 Tableau dashboards, 2,700 users and 200+ Tableau developers. Eric also founded a higher education Tableau Slack channel to connect Tableau administrators and professionals in the higher education space from around the world. The Slack channel has over 700 participants from 170+ universities across 12 time zones.

Eric previously worked at Nationwide insurance for 18 years before joining Ohio State. At Nationwide, Eric began his career as an IT developer and eventually progressed into the data world as a senior lead for data and analytics team within marketing.

Eric is a graduate from Ohio University.

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