Event Type: Webinar
Join us for a conversation about the role of technology and multi-modality on college and university campuses, focusing on how hybrid and digital strategies can help leadership teams achieve critical mission goals like expanding access, improving retention and engagement, and containing operating costs.
Periodic faculty-provided progress feedback on student performance and engagement in the classroom is a foundational part of any early alert strategy. However, its often a challenge to know where to start with (or how to improve) faculty engagement in those feedback mechanisms.
Join this session for an overview of the new Navigate Intelligence offering, the Historical Analytics dashboards, and a demo of the new functionality within each.
As students return to campus, many institutions deploy intake surveys to better understand their students’ needs. Are you asking the right questions the right way? Do you have a strategy to follow up and support students throughout the term based on what they share?
Returning to Campus: What the Pandemic Taught Us About Student Success and What Leaders Will Be Doing Differently This Fall
The pandemic transformed how institutions served students: through profound loneliness and loss, practitioners worked to connect students with the resources they needed to persist and pursued opportunities to improve the virtual student experience. In many cases, even the most skeptical campus partners were convinced that student success is about so much more than just what happens inside the classroom.
Higher education’s evolution is ongoing—and it is underpinned by technology. As institutions continue to adapt to changing student needs and rapid technology innovation, they’re undergoing digital transformation. But continuous innovation is hard, and campus leaders must step up to put in place the practices and processes for supporting agile decision-making.
The effects of the pandemic coupled with renewed outrage over racial injustice has inspired school districts to renew commitments and take bolder action to promote diversity, equity, inclusion, and justice (DEIJ). In particular, school district leaders are creating—or revising—DEI Strategic and Action Plans to set course for meaningful progress in their district.
This session will examine how institutions can support mental health as students return to campus this fall and explore what senior institutional leaders need to know about the future of campus mental health and well-being.
The effects of the pandemic coupled with renewed outrage over racial injustice has inspired independent schools to renew commitments and take bolder action to promote diversity, equity, inclusion, and justice (DEIJ). In particular, heads of school are creating—or revising—DEI Strategic and Action Plans to set course for meaningful progress on campus.
The pandemic has undoubtedly brought unprecedented challenges for smaller regional schools; yet at the same time, many of our worst fears from March 2020 have not come to fruition across the board. The question now is: How prepared are we to meet the new opportunities and challenges of the current moment?