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COVID-19’s rapid transition from looming danger to immediate threat forced higher education to quickly stand up comprehensive webpages to answer the urgent questions of campus stakeholders. Use the resources located on the second tab of the audit to help strengthen areas determined to need improvement.
While nearly all institutions track COVID-19 data internally, a public-facing dashboard provides transparency (without compromising student privacy) and helps constituents understand the current conditions on campus. EAB has evaluated hundreds of COVID-19 dashboards since the pandemic began and identified five key features that effective university public dashboards share.
As effects of the global pandemic continue to reshape economic activity, EAB Market Insights has been monitoring regional labour market data in support of institutions’ programme planning conversations. Use this resource to review our findings.
New Opportunities for International Partnerships: Leveraging Pandemic Disruptions to Expand Collaborations
Discuss how universities are rethinking their international research partnerships to capture additional funding and achieve their strategic goals.
This session considers how far and how fast higher education might evolve in the next decade—and how to rethink strategy and planning in response.
When choosing a program students look to the “Golden Triangle” of features that matter most: affordability, flexibility, and time to completion. See the changes you can make help make your programs more marketable with respect to these key elements.
For most of the higher education sector, digital transformation in the pre-pandemic era was a luxury advocated mainly by CIOs and a few progressive vice chancellors and rectors. With the advent of the so-called ‘Great Lockdown’ earlier in 2020, the virtual delivery of education and remote working emerged as a necessity for business continuity. Since then, attitudes to digitalisation have shifted. While the global pandemic presents massive opportunities for the sector to better integrate digital tools across academic and operational terrains, institutions risk falling prey to the trap of digital delusion, adopting technology merely for the sake of technology.
Every university trumpets an improved student experience as a hallmark of its strategic plan for the next decade. Uncover the six critical aspects of the student experience that institutions must take into account.