ALE and Educause webinar covers lessons learned during remote learning, best practices deployed, and tactics that help education institutions
What do we do now? Many institutions are asking that question as they decide the best course of action for instruction and work this Fall – back-to-normal on-campus classes, remote learning, or a HyFlex strategy – to ensure student safety and enable success.
The traditional ways that we teach, learn and work in higher education has been changed, so how do you determine the best course of action?
Join Arthur Brant of Abilene Christian, Shinil Hong of Morgan State, Arne Saustrup of Alamo Colleges, Jim Noonan from the California State University system and moderator Greg Kovich of Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise for a lively and informative panel discussion of lessons learned during the past semester, the best practices their institutions deployed to address those challenges, and how you can leverage those tactics to help your institution.
What Attendees will learn:
Attendees will learn 4 strategies that the panelist’s institutions employed during this spring’s mandatory distance learning:
- Develop plans and anticipate challenges for the 2020-21 school year and beyond
- Transition to 100% remote learning and prosper
- Evolve to 100% remote working and excel
- Address and empower student success
Director, Enterprise Infrastructure, Abilene Christian University
Deputy Chief Information Officer of Technical Services, Morgan State University
Director, Systemwide Infrastructure Services, California State University System, Chancellor’s Office
Associate Director, IT Services, Alamo Colleges District
Global Sales Director, Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise
An EDUCAUSE profile is required for all registrations.
To participate, you will need a high-speed wired Internet connection, a back-up phone in case of audio issues, and Adobe Connect.
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