COVID-19 has profoundly disrupted Higher Education across the country and worldwide. Institutions are navigating a continually shifting landscape while trying to meet the needs of their faculty and students. Supporting faculty and students through this unpredictable environment requires leadership, innovation, and a clear technological vision.
Join us and learn how New York University uses technology to meet its faculty and student’s needs while innovating the learning experience. Clay Shirky, Vice Provost of Educational Technologies at New York University, will discuss:
- The changing dynamics of student needs and what’s required to meet them,
- How flexible delivery, learning models, and process innovation can help students engage and learn when studying remotely, and
- What you should look for in technology to help students learn.
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Vice President of Competitive Intelligence, D2L
Vice Provost of Educational Technologies, NYU
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