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Insider Exclusive Coffee Break Webcast | An Insider’s Look at Harvard’s Handling of Faculty Sexual Misconduct | Available On-Demand for Insiders Only

With Inside Higher Ed’s Reporter Colleen Flaherty and Editor Scott Jaschik. We launch this new member benefit with Inside Higher Ed’s Colleen Flaherty, who reports on faculty issues. She will share details about the recent lawsuit against Harvard University by three graduate students who say the university ignored their warnings and complaints for years about a prominent anthropologist before making minimal findings against him. Grab a coffee, and listen to the details of this case. Bring your questions -- there will be 10 minutes for a short Q&A with Colleen and Scott.

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Using Data to Drive Student Success | Available On-Demand

Today student success isn't a "nice to have," it's a must. And colleges and universities that aren't mining available data to shape their understanding of students and influence their policies, processes and approaches are overlooking a potentially important set of tools. Join Inside Higher Ed Editors Scott Jaschik and Doug Lederman, where they will explore how institutions, instructors, states and others are integrating data and analysis into their decision-making processes. They will also examine successful institutional strategies as well as potential pitfalls.

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Insider Exclusive Webcast | The Future of Affirmative Action | Available On-Demand for Insiders Only

The Supreme Court recently agreed to hear two appeals cases about the use of affirmative action in college admissions. In this live, exclusive Insider webcast, join Inside Higher Ed Editors Scott Jaschik and Doug Lederman to learn more about the significance of these appeals cases, what scholars are anticipating for the court’s rulings and what admission offices and higher ed must prepare for if these cases are overturned.

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The Demographic Decline and Colleges’ Financial Futures | Available On-Demand

In this webcast, Carleton College’s Nathan D. Grawe, author of The Agile College and Demographics and the Demand for Higher Education, will analyze how demographic developments are likely to affect postsecondary enrollments and, in turn, the mid- and long term financial outlook for colleges and universities. Grawe and Doug Lederman, Inside Higher Ed’s editor, will discuss how institutional leaders can respond and adapt to ensure their sustainability and serve students.

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Textbooks, Affordability and Equity of Access | Available On-Demand

Studies repeatedly find that the most common barriers to student success, particularly for those students attending community college, include the cost of childcare, transportation and textbooks. In this webcast, Inside Higher Ed Editors Doug Lederman and Scott Jaschik will explore the impact that expensive textbooks have had on enrollment and retention rates and the deep-rooted factors that have historically driven this pricing. They will share the approaches that textbook providers and universities have recently implemented to reduce costs and increase accessibility to these books and resources -- especially for their most vulnerable student populations.

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The Unrelenting Campus Mental Health Crisis | Available On-Demand

Pre-pandemic, many institutions were already struggling to meet the counseling and treatment needs of students reporting increasing levels of depression, anxiety and other conditions. COVID-19’s long tail is likely to keep student mental health concerns front and center for campuses and their leaders. Join Inside Higher Ed Editors Doug Lederman and Scott Jaschik for a free webcast where they will cover different facets of the continuing crisis and strategies colleges and universities can implement to best serve students during this time.

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Insider Exclusive Webcast | The News That Defined Higher Ed: 2021 in Review | Available On-Demand for Insiders Only

In this live, exclusive Insider webcast on Wednesday, December 15, 2 PM ET, Inside Higher Ed Editors Doug Lederman and Scott Jaschik will discuss the top stories in higher ed. Gain a bit more perspective about a year that frequently had most of us scratching our heads, wondering what could possibly come next.

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Student Success for Everyone: Serving the Underserved | Available On-Demand

Student success is increasingly embraced as a goal by all colleges and universities. Join us for a free webcast on Wednesday, December 8, 2021, as we look closer at the articles in the compilation, "Student Success for Everyone: Serving the Underserved." The articles explore how different kinds of institutions are focusing on this issue through changes in student services, policies on courses students take and the curriculum.

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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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How One College Reversed Declining International Yields [And How You Can Too] | Available On-Demand

At a time when the U.S. faces rising competition from other destination countries, how can higher ed institutions ensure that students who express an interest in their institution actually enroll? And what does a successful strategy look like? Join the Universities Partnerships team at BridgeU as they share the story of how one college in Minnesota worked with a global community of international schools across 130 countries to turn application insights into higher enrollments.

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Bucking the trend: How US schools can grow Chinese student numbers | Available On-Demand

In a more competitive and volatile higher education sector, U.S. universities and higher education institutes are facing new challenges to Chinese international student recruitment. But some U.S. educators are looking forward to future growth thanks to long view planning targeting the critical Chinese student demographic. In this webinar, our panel discusses the latest data and research on the changing needs and preferences of Chinese international students, the opportunities and challenges facing U.S. educators looking to recruit more Chinese students as well as what has worked – and what hasn’t – in the new recruitment landscape.

 

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Your Roadmap to Achieve Ambitious Enrollment Goals | Available On-Demand

What are your goals for 2022 and beyond? Increase starts… Streamline admissions… Lower recruitment costs… Improve retention… All of the above? Whatever they may be, you’re only going to see significant improvements in achieving them when you embrace new processes--and the tools that enable them--which can boost your bottom line. We’ve lined-up a premier panel of experts to break the process down into a four-step roadmap. Join host Jason Pfaff and a panel of higher education experts to understand each step in simple terms and actionable starting points for achieving ambitious enrollment goals.

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Preparing for the New Normal: Upskilling Faculty for Hybrid Learning | Available On-Demand

An overwhelming majority of provosts (74%) believe campuses will shift to somewhat or significantly more hybrid course offerings throughout the next year. With more than a year of hybrid or fully remote learning, students expect a digitally enriched, future-flexible and multi-layered educational experience. So how can institutions train their faculty to create high-quality educational experiences that are accessible, engaging and relevant? Join experts in online and hybrid education to get an inside look at how to support faculty in integrating technology into their teaching in meaningful ways.

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How Universities and Students Benefit from Agile Mobile Apps | Available On-Demand

In the past few years, online and hybrid learning environments have become the next normal, hastening the need for new approaches, processes and technologies to help students thrive. Within this new academic landscape, having a campus mobile app that can grow and change in real-time and based on the emerging needs of students can make it easier for universities to support, engage and ultimately retain their students (even during a pandemic). This webinar will feature representatives from three different universities in various stages of their campusM mobile app implementation. 

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How to Use Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in Online Learning | Available On-Demand

Regardless of your role in higher education or experience with online learning, DEI should be at the forefront of your efforts. During this webinar, industry experts will provide key insights into how DEI improves online learning and ways to overcome obstacles in a remote environment to establish DEI, while also offering practical strategies to implement DEI to improve student engagement and to build a learner community. 

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How to Stay Competitive in International Admissions in 2022 | Available On-Demand

With domestic college enrollment across the United States continuing to decline, how can and should higher education institutions redirect their international enrollment efforts to plug the gap? Join us for a free webinar to discuss why now is the time for institutions across the United States to diversify their international enrollment. Ben Galina, Senior University Partnerships Manager at BridgeU, will share exclusive insights on emerging growth markets for the USA in 2022, and how US institutions can seek new enrollment opportunities within these markets.

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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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