[Webinar] Strategic Learner Lifecycle—Texas Executive Edition | D2L
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Strategic Learner Lifecycle—Texas Executive Edition

Duration: 1 hour


Promoting the lifelong journey of your students has become an essential component of the growth of your students and the overall success of your institution.

This year more than ever, it’s important for you to take a step back and examine how your institution is moving beyond the traditional student model of learning and evolving with the ever-changing times to become a leader in the learning life cycle.

Join us for an executive discussion as we explore the ways in which your institution can offer the most value to your learners/students in their lifelong journey of learning.

During this executive-level discussion, you will learn more about:

  • The sustainability of your institution
  • Providing students with value across their lifecycle
  • Upskilling

We look forward to seeing you online for the Strategic Learner Lifecycle—Texas Executive Edition.

David Koehn, D2L’s senior vice president, product management, leads the Brightspace innovation road map.

Holly Whitaker, Ph.D., D2L’s learning strategy consultant, has the expertise to help you guide your vision, plan your approach, and execute your learning strategy.

Texas Executive Edition—Agenda:

  • David Koehn – Introduction
  • Holly Whitaker Ph.D. – The Future of Learning
  • Participation Lounge: Chat with your peers

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