Continuing Education provides an opportunity for institutions to serve a broader range of students; but meeting these students’ needs and expectations can be a challenge. Attend this webinar to learn how the Continuing Education Division at Emory University is using new strategies and innovative technologies to enhance the learning experience, increase enrollments, and drive profitability.
Higher education admissions leaders today must navigate the challenges of three major trends: the shift to non-traditional learners, students shopping around for their education, and students moving away from ‘seat time’ as the primary way to obtain their degree.
With the escalating costs of higher education and the rising debt carried by college graduates, schools across the country are grappling with the need to improve the financial literacy of their students.
Every institution has a fundamental need to communicate with a variety of audiences - students, alumni, faculty, sports fans, parents and more. Mobile technologies have the potential to extend both the reach and effectiveness of these higher ed communications, but it can be challenging for college and university leaders to map out a successful mobile strategy.
College game days are a huge opportunity to demonstrate your campus’s commitment to sustainability. But the sheer number of fans and students in the stands – and the volume of waste they generate – can make greening game days a challenge.
Resource management software provides colleges and universities financial savings through reduced labor and equipment costs, as well as substantially increasing the energy efficiency of A/V equipment.
It seems no matter what the economic climate, we’re always being asked to do more with less. This is especially true in higher education, as budgets become tighter each year and funding is reduced. But there are strategies you can employ to battle these challenges.
Australia’s Queensland University of Technology has recently completed the development of a new $230 million Science and Engineering Centre as part of a broader strategy to encourage students to engage with key global challenges including climate change, sustainability and the country’s emerging green workforce needs.