As educators, we know that the recent upheaval of a once well-established “normal” exposed gaps and injustices and provoked reflection in higher education. Individual and collective resiliencies were tested in ways—and at a pace—we could have never imagined. So, what does the future of education look like?
Only one thing is certain: institutions will need to break down barriers for all learners in order to provide richly personalized and accessible learning experiences. This requires a reimagining of our pedagogical—and technological—approaches.
How can institutions adapt to changing student needs to support enrollment and retention while budgets continue to shrink? And how can accessible data be turned into actionable data that supports faculty and students?
Join Phil Hill, Ed Tech Consultant; Timothy Werth, Vice President and CIO at Purdue University Global; and Amelia Manning, Chief Operating Officer at Southern New Hampshire University for a powerful and interactive discussion on trends and modalities, data and analytics, and strategies to help you better prepare for the future of education.
Dr. Jeff Borden – Chief Academic, D2L