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Student Success for Everyone: Serving the Underserved | Wednesday, December 8, 2021 at 2PM ET

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.

Back on Track: Helping Students Recover from COVID-19 Learning Disruption | Tuesday, December 14, 2021 at 2PM ET

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. This webcast and the accompanying report 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.

Tarrant County College Migrates to New LMS with Ease and Accuracy | Thursday, December 9 at 2:00PM ET

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. 

The Future of Higher Education Events: Creating Boundless Experiences | Tuesday, December 7 at 11:00AM ET

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. 

Student Voice Flash Report: Long-Term Care for Student Pandemic Pains | Wednesday, December 1, 2021 at 2PM ET

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.

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.

Virtual Queueing: Creating Better Student Experiences with Virtual Lines | Thursday, December 2 at 2:00PM ET

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.

Student, Faculty, and Administrator Perspectives on Impactful Digital Learning in the Community College | Tuesday, November 30 at 2:00PM ET

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.

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.

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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