Community colleges play a critical role in higher education. They offer affordable pathways to a four-year degree as well as vocational and technical career training. Because these colleges often support underserved communities, they also serve as engines for social mobility and the health of the national economy. With the effects of a global pandemic still being felt, how are community colleges currently managing online operations, and what are they doing to prepare for the future?
Join Selom Assignon, Director of Instructional Design for City Colleges of Chicago; Michael Amick, Vice President of Distance Education at Pima Community College; and Dr. Christopher Sessums, Director of Academic Affairs at D2L, as they unpack what’s working at their institutions and the challenges associated with supporting faculty and students online today, as well as the days ahead.
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