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Sustaining Innovation in the Post-Pandemic College
The burst of innovation in teaching and learning ushered in by remote education during the pandemic will set the groundwork for what’s next in the digital transformation of higher education. That doesn’t mean that campuses will throw away all the markings of the legacy model, such as in-person classes and residential education, but the new normal for higher education does require institutions to think how they will leverage digital technology and hybrid education to thrive in the decade ahead. In this webcast, two panels of higher education leaders will discuss how colleges and universities can sustain the innovative mindset from the pandemic.

During this virtual event, part of the “Next Office Hour” series moderated by author and journalist Jeff Selingo, our panels will examine:

-Which models of delivering education should remain from the pandemic and how can technology help–or hurt–in these efforts.
-What specific strategies and tools institutional leaders can use to encourage new approaches to teaching and learning.
-What does student success look like in the future given learning loss from the pandemic, declining enrollments, and concerns about student mental health.

Panelists include:
-Michelle Marks, chancellor, University of Colorado at Denver
-Ryan Ruda, president, Garden City Community College (KS)
-Kristen Eshleman, vice president for library and information technology services, Trinity College (CT)
-Viji Sathy, associate dean of evaluation and assessment and professor of psychology and neuroscience,
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

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