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Back on Track: Helping Students Recover from COVID-19 Learning Disruption | Available On-Demand

Attempts to quantify learning disruption in terms of “learning loss” or “COVID slide” have proven divisive among educators, with critics describing these terms as negative, unhelpful and vague. Join Inside Higher Ed Editor Doug Lederman for a free webcast on Tuesday, December 14, 2021 at 2pm ET to provide early reflections on what seems to be working, what isn't and a discussion of practices that would be helpful to keep moving forward.

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Student Voice Flash Report: Long-Term Care for Student Pandemic Pains | Available On-Demand

Join Inside Higher Ed Co-founder and Editor Doug Lederman as he sits down with Student Voice Editor Melissa Ezarik to discuss the 2021 Student Voice survey findings, which offer a glimpse into the academic, mental health and career preparation aspects of life during the second year of the pandemic for college students. With this insight, higher ed professionals can effectively plan for the long-term care and healing of students.

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Insider Exclusive Webcast | Is Cancel Culture Real in Higher Ed? | Available On-Demand for Insiders Only

You may have seen in recent years a range of news stories about college campuses "canceling" people, including withdrawing invitations to controversial guest lecturers, rescinding admittance offers to students with inappropriate social media posts and even firing faculty who shared controversial opinions in-person and online. In this live, exclusive Insider webcast, Inside Higher Ed Editors Scott Jaschik and Doug Lederman will explore the history and nuances of modern cancel culture to better understand its real and perceived effects on higher ed.

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Campus Communication in the Digital Age | Available On-Demand

In a turbulent and fast-changing environment, how colleges and universities communicate with their faculty and staff, and enable them to interact more effectively with each other and with students is more important than ever. Inside Higher Ed Editors Scott Jaschik and Doug Lederman will lead an in-depth discussion about topics such as the siloed nature of higher ed institutions, the growing challenges of communication when students and employees are dispersed and how essential clear and regular communication is for student success.

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Insider Member Webcast | Lessons Learned: The Return to Campus 2021 | Available On-Demand for Insiders Only

In this live, exclusive Insider webcast, Inside Higher Ed Editors Scott Jaschik and Doug Lederman will cover how a range of institutions and their leaders approached the return to campus this fall and which of those went well so that you and your team can better prepare for the coming academic terms.

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Connecting College and Careers | Available On-Demand

This webcast will take a deep dive into the connections between postsecondary education and work that are central to our recently-released free special report, "Connecting College and Careers," which seeks to shed light on some of the most promising experiments to give graduates a boost as they seek well-paying jobs, particularly for students who are women or people of color. The special report also examines efforts to increase work-based learning opportunities and highlights promising new types of non-degree credentials that colleges are developing. Join University of Redlands Assistant Provost for Professional Development and Engaged Learning Dr. Kelly Dries, special report author Paul Fain and Inside Higher Ed Editor Doug Lederman to further discuss these topics.

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2021 Survey of College and University Admissions Directors | Available On-Demand

Inside Higher Ed’s recently-released 2021 Survey of College and University Admissions Directors found that 91% of admissions leaders were "concerned" or"very concerned" about meeting their enrollment goals for the fall. Inside Higher Ed Editors Scott Jaschik and Doug Lederman will explore this and other findings from the survey during a free webcast on Wednesday, October 20, at 2:00 P.M. ET.

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Insider Member Webcast | How College Rankings Are Changing | Available On-Demand for Insiders Only

In this live, exclusive Insider webcast, Inside Higher Ed Editors Scott Jaschik and Doug Lederman will cover how ranking agencies previously evaluated higher ed institutions and the recent updates in the ranking process that institutions need to know to remain competitive.

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Prioritizing Long-Term Financial Planning | Available On-Demand

In this webcast, Inside Higher Ed's Doug Lederman and Paul N. Friga, clinical associate professor of strategy and entrepreneurship at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill's Kenan-Flagler Business School and AGB Practice Area Leader on Public Higher Education Transformation, will discuss how institutions can engage in mid- and long-term thinking about their financial and strategic futures while dealing with turbulent short-term pressures.

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Student Mental Health After the Pandemic | Available On-Demand

Many educators were excited about the new academic year as a chance to "return to normal" after the coronavirus pandemic. But in the last month -- with the spread of the Delta variant -- the pandemic has continued to change the way colleges operate. The pandemic didn't create student mental health concerns, but it added to them, as some students were unable to receive good care while at home. 

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Turning Process Into Progress: Using Technology to Drive Organizational Change | Available On-Demand

Technology is the connector between process and progress, and when you find the right solution for your institution, it can make a huge difference. This free webinar will offer advice for onboarding new solutions to help advance assessment, accreditation and evaluation initiatives on your campus and help you find your footing as a technology champion. You’ll walk away with valuable tips for working with leadership to secure funding, managing technology initiatives alongside other responsibilities and getting others on board with new solutions.

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Build Better Relationships for a Variant-Proof International Recruitment Plan | Available On-Demand

Are we nearly there yet? Join leaders in admissions and international college counseling to discuss perspectives from both sides of the desk in international recruitment. You’ll leave this webinar with a greater understanding of international high schools, how to personalize communications with counselors and their student communities and ultimately how to bring your A game in 2022 and meet Gen Z where they are in this ever-changing climate.

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Tarrant County College Migrates to New LMS with Ease and Accuracy | Available On-Demand

Creating an engaging and robust online learning experience for students is more critical than ever. For many institutions, that means confronting the reality of migrating to a Learning Management System (LMS) platform their students and faculty will feel most comfortable and confident using. If you’re thinking of making a move to a new LMS, then you’ll want to join us on December 9th at 2:00 PM ET to hear how Tarrant County College completed an automated and comprehensive migration and how you, too, can make the move. 

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The Future of Higher Education Events: Creating Boundless Experiences | Available On-Demand

It’s no secret that higher education institutions have had to modify nearly every aspect of their operations since 2020. Events, such as conferences, commencement, reunions, recruitment fairs and orientation were no exception. Over the past 20 months, we witnessed necessity breed innovation as colleges and universities reimagined events. With a new era of events on the horizon, universities are taking what they’ve learned to bring the best of both worlds together. Join us for a panel discussion as we share lessons learned from virtual and hybrid and the steps higher ed is taking to get back to in-person. 

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Virtual Queueing: Creating Better Student Experiences with Virtual Lines | Available On-Demand

Qless specializes in queue management and appointment scheduling software, designed to help higher education institutions seamlessly manage student flow. In this webinar, you'll learn how virtual queueing is helping universities to deliver a superior student experience while improving operational efficiency and gaining visibility into vital metrics. You'll hear from the University of Ottawa, which transitioned to virtual queueing and saw immediate results.

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Student, Faculty, and Administrator Perspectives on Impactful Digital Learning in the Community College | Available On-Demand

Eighteen months after the pandemic drove a hurried shift to online learning, what do students, faculty and administrators at community colleges think about teaching and learning with technology today? Join us for a free webinar that features experts from Bay View Analytics, OLC and Cengage as they discuss the changing landscape of digital learning throughout the pandemic.

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Data Analytics for Institutional Effectiveness at the University of Delaware | Available On-Demand

We are seeing a greater need for a more comprehensive, data-informed approach towards continuous improvement and learner success as a methodology to run an institution. The last 20 months have accentuated the need for institutions to focus on long-term sustainability and plan for the future. Save your seat to hear experts discuss the evolving and expanding role of data for institutional effectiveness.

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Rethinking EdTech: The New Standards of Online Education | Available On-Demand

According to a recent survey, many students have begun to question the underlying value of a degree, with more than 80% responding that the learning experience is not worth the cost. How can institutions demonstrate their value by providing their students with high-quality educational experiences that are accessible, engaging and relevant? During this webcast, experts in online education will discuss ways institutions can harness the technology at their disposal to improve student learning and their educational experiences in real-time. 

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Accelerate the Transfer Process to Better Serve Students | Available On-Demand

Hyland, the provider of Brainware for Transcripts, has helped many institutions reduce transcript capture and evaluation time and provide superior service for transfer college students. Join us as we discuss how your institution can use technology to accelerate and enhance your admissions process, making you the best advocate for student success.

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Moving On(line): Strengthening Your Brand Through Novel Approaches | Available On-Demand

If your brand is your most valuable asset, how are you growing it when you’re going online? Join Toby McChesney, vice provost for graduate programs, Santa Clara University and Lisa Farrar, chief marketing officer, Everspring, to learn how to translate -- and build -- your brand when moving programs online.

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