The two-day annual conference event, and two days of pre-conference workshops, will feature leaders in higher education, data, technology, and beyond. Discover innovative efforts in higher education, learn from subject matter experts, and hear panel discussions on emerging issues. Draft Agenda and Speakers bios are posted : check out the Annual Conference page.
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This session presents findings from the recent Complete College America (CCA) signature national report on corequisite support, No Room for Doubt: Moving Corequisite Support from Idea to Imperative, as well as a panel discussion with leaders from Strong Start to Finish, Nevada and Oregon who are currently scaling corequisite support. To give a national perspective, CCA will share learnings from their work and subsequent nationwide evaluation for scaling corequisite support in more than a dozen states. The focus on shifting policy, creating conditions for change, and implementing & refining proven strategies for student success are framed through an equity lens to understand the power and promise of corequisite support. The panel discussion will explore different policy and implementation approaches from Nevada and Oregon to achieve change statewide as well as the perspective of Strong Start to Finish, a national leader in developmental education reform. This session will be useful to higher education leaders to:
Digital learning can be a catalyst for improving course outcomes for historically minoritized students, but courses and instructors also need awareness and tools to address the affective, interpersonal, and situational challenges that Black, Latinx, Indigenous, first-generation, and poverty-affected students experience. In this session, we share key considerations for faculty and institutional leaders using digital learning for transformation that centers equity and racial justice.
This session explores digital transformation in higher education globally. As institutions around the world pivoted to online delivery during COVID, universities were thinking carefully about their own digital capabilities and making decisions to “buy, build or partner” for online. This session provides benchmarked results about digital capability using the Higher Education Digital Capability Framework and examples of how institutions are thinking about developing or partnering for online delivery.
Join the hundreds of higher education professionals already registered, and secure your place to learn more from our engaging speakers and interactive workshops on the value of utilizing data and measures to identify and close equity gaps.
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