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Meeting the Needs of Today’s Learners | Wednesday, December 14, 2022 at 2PM ET

Tune into a free webcast hosted by Inside Higher Ed Editors Scott Jaschik and Doug Lederman, as they take a closer look at the news articles and opinion pieces from the newly-released compilation, “Meeting the Needs of Today’s Learners,” which explores the many types of learners seeking a post-high school education today and how institutions are striving to meet their needs. The strategies discussed in the webcast will be even more important for institutions to consider in the years ahead, as demographic changes will further reduce the number of traditional-age students in the U.S.

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Insider Exclusive Webcast | Looking Ahead to 2023 | Available On-Demand for Insiders Only

Attend this special Insider webcast to get an in-depth roundup of the pressing issues likely to define higher education in 2023. Hear Inside Higher Ed Editors Scott Jaschik and Doug Lederman’s take on the matters that higher ed leaders must once again prioritize and those they may have never imagined planning for but must do so now. This webcast will cover topics such as the potential impact of the Supreme Court’s decisions on higher ed admissions, the ways that inflation and a global recession will shape institutional operations, the results of the mid-term elections and what comes next and much more.

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Securing Talent for Tomorrow: Can Higher Ed Still Attract the Best and Brightest? | Available On-Demand

In an age when the challenges in hiring new employees have only been growing, what can colleges and universities do to attract younger and underrepresented people to work in higher education? Inside Higher Ed will host a special webcast featuring three higher education experts who will discuss the current state of obtaining and retaining campus talent, the hidden drivers behind major employment trends and the innovative ways that hiring managers and HR teams can improve both their ability to build an institution’s most effective and dedicated workforce for the future.

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    Modernizing Enrollment Management | Available On-Demand

    Tune in to hear Inside Higher Ed Editors Scott Jaschik and Doug Lederman discuss initiatives by higher ed institutions to attract and retain students in a changed enrollment landscape, with varying degrees of success. They will take a closer look at these institutional efforts during the webcast, including how campuses are working to attract students by getting them to think beyond their test scores; expanding beyond their original campuses; and exploring direct admissions, where students provide a portfolio as opposed to applying to the college.

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    What Students Need to Feel Supported in 7 Key Areas | Available On-Demand

    Tune in to hear special report author Melissa Ezarik and Inside Higher Ed Editor Doug Lederman discuss the recently-released special report, "Collecting Student Perspectives to Drive Supports," which features key findings from our 2022 Student Voice surveys. Gain insights into what college undergraduates need and want from their institutions. 

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    2022 Survey of Campus Chief Technology/Information Officers | Available On-Demand

    Everyone in higher education is leaning on technology to improve student enrollment and retention results, but how effective are those efforts from the viewpoint of the very leaders in charge of IT departments? With only 4 in 10 technology leaders rating their institutions' investment in student success and completion as very or extremely effective and about a third saying the same about their technology investments in data analysis, there appears to be much work to be done. Join Inside Higher Ed's Co-founder and Editor Doug Lederman and Technology and Innovation Reporter Susan D'Agostino, as they walk through the significant findings from the first-ever Inside Higher Ed Survey of Campus Chief Technology/Information Officers.

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    Data’s Role in Student and Institutional Success | Available On-Demand

    The availability and use of data have reshaped virtually every sector of our economy and society. This trend came comparatively late to higher education, but it is here, and here to stay, with significant implications for students, employees, institutions and policy makers. Hear speakers Scott Jaschik and Doug Lederman share ways that colleges and universities are marshaling the vast data at their disposal to bolster student and institutional success, along with strategies for protecting student privacy and other efforts to ensure ethical and equitable use of technology tools that gather data. 

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    Technology and Student Success – Meeting Everyone’s Needs | Available On-Demand

    These days colleges care about all students succeeding, even those who face long odds at success. It is crucial, given today's demographics, that colleges reach every student. Hear Inside Higher Ed Editor Scott Jaschik and Reporter Sara Weissman discuss today's demographics, and how colleges need to focus not just on recruiting minority students, but graduating them; the differences in technology available to wealthier and not-so-wealthy students and some of the approaches colleges are taking to helping all students succeed.

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    Insider Exclusive Webcast | What the Supreme Court Asked on Affirmative Action | Available On-Demand for Insiders Only

    On Oct. 31, the U.S. Supreme Court hears the oral arguments in two cases against Harvard University and UNC-Chapel Hill concerning affirmative action in higher education. Join Inside Higher Ed Editors Scott Jaschik and Doug Lederman, on Nov. 1, at noon ET, for a special Insider webcast to hear their take on the court's questions and interactions during these oral arguments. Gain a better understanding of what could lie ahead for higher education for the 2023-24 admission season and beyond.

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    The Engaged (and Supported) Professor | Available On-Demand

    Tune in to hear special report author Kristi DePaul and Inside Higher Ed Editor Doug Lederman discuss the newly-released special report, "The Engaged (and Supported) Professor," which examines the increased recognition for faculty support and development and the steps institutions, departments and individual professors can take to ensure faculty success.

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    Cybersecurity in Academic Research | Available On-Demand

    Colleges and universities face severe challenges in preserving a secure research environment. In the last two years, news outlets, including Inside Higher Ed, have reported a surge in ransomware attacks, causing significant operational and financial costs to the targeted institutions. Tune in for this important webcast, where Inside Higher Ed Editors Scott Jaschik and Doug Lederman will explore topics such as cybersecurity efforts and recent high-profile attacks in higher ed, the specific security challenges colleges and universities face and measures that appear to be limiting cyber hacks.

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    Foster a Culture of Belonging, Campus-wide | Available On-Demand

    Join the Association of College and University Educators (ACUE) for an engaging discussion about strategies for implementing whole-campus equity and inclusion reform. Intended for administrative leaders, faculty and staff, this webinar will provide an exclusive look at ACUE's new microcredential, Fostering a Culture of Belonging, which equips any campus professional with actionable practices to ensure students and colleagues feel seen, heard and valued.

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    The Impact and Potential of Distance, HyFlex and Hybrid Learning in Higher Education | Available On-Demand

    In a new survey, chief online officers predicted that by 2025, programs and courses that mix on-campus and online learning experiences would become the norm for undergraduate students, graduate students and adult learners. As a result, institutions will need to develop a learning-first strategy, regardless of the modality, that helps students achieve their learning objectives. On this webcast, join a panel discussion that will engage institutional and sector leaders on the impact of distance education on recruitment, enrollment and retention, along with implications for student success and access and equity initiatives.

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    The Evolving Pathways and Data Needs Beyond Today’s Measures | Available On-Demand

    A growing number of students are engaging with alternative degrees, credentials and micro-credentials to improve and retain their employability. As a result, the need to measure the effectiveness of these new pathways calls for expanding the data sets required to measure outcomes. Register now to hear from research and data experts on the big shifts higher education is undergoing, and how the sector is leveraging National Student Clearinghouse's data-driven insights to inform its path forward.

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    What Got You There Won’t Get You Here: UMBC’s Data Analytics Journey | Available On-Demand

    Join us for this webcast, and hear VP of IT and CIO Jack Suess, and Deputy CIO and Associate Provost for Analytics Bob Carpenter share more about the history of University of Maryland, Baltimore County's analytics initiatives and why they decided to make a strategic change with their most recent technology investments. They’ll also present innovations in data science and how they are using the data and new retention models to identify specific students at risk, intervene and improve their retention numbers.

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    Optimizing Digital Strategies for Higher Education Events | Available On-Demand

    Hosting engaging events that connect with the broad collegiate community in meaningful, valuable ways has never been more important. The University of Michigan has responded by differentiating itself digitally to better engage with its many audiences. Join us for a lively discussion with The University of Michigan leaders to hear how they are designing a coordinated approach for a decentralized institution, empowering staff with self-service tools and guidance and rethinking the digital event experience based on lessons learned.

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    Admin, Faculty and Student Perspectives on Digital Learning in Fall 2022 | Available On-Demand

    Join us on November 1st at 2pm ET to hear the results of the Fall 2022 Digital Learning Pulse Survey. The survey covers how attitudes and perspectives on digital teaching and learning have shifted from the start of the pandemic; how student, faculty and administrative leaders in both two- and four-year institutions feel about their experiences today; and how to effectively support digital teaching and learning. The expert panel will share their perspectives on the findings and personal stories of their own experiences.

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    More Human With Tech: How to Build Relationships that Last | Available On-Demand

    Join an expert industry panel to learn what’s working at colleges and universities to humanize the journey in enrollment, student success, alumni relations and ed-tech; master leveraging technology to build genuine relationships at scale; understand how one-on-one service at critical college journey points can open relationships and discover how to help staff and constituents reach their goals.

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    How the Great Resignation is Impacting Higher Education | Available On-Demand

    Higher education isn’t immune to current employment trends like the Great Resignation or Quiet Quitting. When it comes to attracting and retaining your top talent, listening, understanding and acting on employee feedback has never been more critical. Join us for a panel discussion with subject matter experts from across higher education to learn more about why employee experience matters in higher education, key employee trends impacting higher education and steps to improve employee engagement on your campus.

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    Post-Pandemic Enrollment Strategies and Tactics | Available On-Demand

    The past few years have tested the resilience of virtually every industry. For higher ed institutions, the tests have come in the form of new educational models, decreased enrollment, greater internal resource constraints and more. During this webinar, you’ll learn about case studies from a range of national colleges and universities on post-pandemic marketing and recruiting strategies, specific tactics and lessons to reach new markets and promote better enrollment and retention results and how institutions are adopting technology to maximize financial and student success on campus.

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    The State of Academic Operations & Student Success | Available On-Demand

    How do institutions run their academic processes such as managing curriculum changes, publishing the course catalog and projecting academic program demand? How do inefficiencies in these processes impact students? Learn how other institutions are tackling these issues based on results from two of AACRAO’s recent surveys. Coursedog CEO, Justin Wenig and AACRAO’s Director of Research, Dr. Wendy Kilgore will walk participants through the survey results and key trends uncovered.

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