In this session, leaders at Ivy Tech Community College and the University of Central Oklahoma as well as subject matter experts in the field will share their perspectives on key insights from recent research on student success, technology, mental health and more, both from the student and the institution leader’s perspectives.
During the webinar, higher education professionals will share institutional strategies and best practices for implementing successful alternative credentials and CBE programs. These will be methods that any higher ed institution can repeat.
In this webinar, participants will learn how THON attracts a new generation of supporters, uses technology to reach fundraisers and donors in more effective ways, and creates a community dedicated to giving back.
Participants will learn best practices on identifying the right partners that can smooth the integration process of billing/payments solutions for students and staff, and how a college followed these and other best practices to reduce their implementation time by 75%.
In this webinar, learn how skills-aligned micro-credentials can help students communicate the employer-valued skills they’ve either already demonstrated or still need to earn to better connect them to jobs.
In this webinar, you’ll learn how Dr. Malinda Daniel at South Piedmont Community College transformed their campus with virtual queueing technology to deliver accessible services to students without compromising their safety.
Attend this webinar with leaders from Western Governors University and Motlow State Community College to learn more about the strategies these institutions are using to bridge this digital divide while expanding their enrollment and improving retention.
After studying Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in education for both her Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees, speaker Eve Sherman now draws upon research and experience to share how to foster impactful engagement and to build community in an enriching online learning environment.
University Business partnered with Coursedog to survey higher ed leaders in March 2022 to explore the impact of inefficiencies and other challenges in academic operations—involving course scheduling, curriculum management, and catalog management. Over 220 respondents participated, with a variety of job titles and responsibilities....