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Applying AI to Improve Courses, Teaching, and Learning
Watch on Demand. Detailed examples of how student use of generative AI in courses can increase their engagement and deepen their learning. Four experts on the emerging uses of AI in teaching and generating knowledge shared how their usage has progressed, and why the benefits outweigh the limitations. With support from Coursera.
Using AI to Improve Student Pathways Through Higher Ed
Watch on Demand. Panelists shared how their institutions are using AI to ease students’ administrative processes, and the future possibilities they look forward to. The discussion included how they were able to measure results soon after implementation and build support to continue. With support from AWS.
How Students Want Their Learner Experience Improved
Watch On Demand. Results of a recent survey of college students about their transition to college, and their experiences in college. Panelists commented on the survey findings and described ways their institutions are using feedback from students to improve the student experience. With support from Qualtrics.
Designing for a New Era of Student Success
Watch On Demand. An interactive discussion about aspects of the student experience that institutions have been redesigning to increase student success. The panelists discussed initiatives related to belonging, academic progress, predictive technology, and the role of simulations in learning. With support from AWS.
Remaking the Bachelor’s Degree for a New Economy
Watch On Demand. Two panels presented new research about the wage premium of a degree, and which skills when added with a degree provide benefits in salaries and mobility. The conversation included ways to embed hands-on learning, employer partnerships, and transparency about outcomes by major. With support from Workday.
Improving the Pipeline from Education to Work
Watch On Demand. Innovation is underway in the pathways from education to jobs. A panel shared specific examples including micro-internships, wrap-around support services, and improved transfer pathways. With support from the Charles Koch Foundation.
The New Learning Economy
Watch On Demand. An interactive discussion about how colleges and universities are offering new forms of training and micro-credentials. The panelists shared factors including creating new revenue streams, involving faculty in decision processes, and helping students understand their options. With support from Cengage.
New Models for Teaching, Learning, and Outcomes
Watch On Demand. A panel discussed different methods for recognizing learning completed outside as well as inside the classroom, and how institutions are classified, to help students find the right fit to meet their needs for growth and training. With Support from the Charles Koch Foundation.
Serving the Needs of the Flexible Learner of the Future
Watch On Demand. Serving the Needs of the Flexible Learner of the Future. To attract adult students who are balancing multiple pressures, colleges need to modify processes and provide flexibility. In this webcast a panel of experts describe programs that are succeeding in attracting and serving this new generation of learners. With Support from the Charles Koch Foundation.
Toward the Financially Sustainable Campus
Watch On Demand. Toward the Financially Sustainable Campus. Implementing change during the pandemic while maintaining current operations has provided valuable lessons in strategic planning. During this webcast the panel discussed how federal relief funding was used, and how campuses can continue to innovate and gain competitive advantage. With Support from Workday.
Sustaining Innovation in the Post-Pandemic College
Watch On Demand. Sustaining Innovation in the Post-Pandemic College. In this webcast, two panels of higher education leaders discuss how colleges and universities can sustain the innovative mindset from the pandemic and specific strategies and tools institutional leaders can use to encourage new approaches to teaching and learning. With Support from Cengage.
Building Equitable Education Pathways to Good Jobs.
Watch On Demand. Building Equitable Education Pathways to Good Jobs. New student success metrics require universities to help students understand the pathways to rewarding careers—and then connect them to the skills, opportunities, and employers as undergraduates and lifelong learners. In this webcast, two panels of higher education leaders and workforce experts discuss how colleges and universities can better serve as engines of mobility and equity for their students.With Support from Workday.