Have you heard? There’s a digital revolution coming, and it’s going to change higher education as we know it. Colleges and universities are facing societal shifts and changing attitudes towards higher education, but modern technology can help improve both the academic and administrative experience. This digital revolution – and the broader digitization of higher education – will leverage technology to improve the learning experience, broaden educational opportunities, and save time and money.
However, leadership is critical to ensure that the right vision and tone for change are set, and that the institution is maximizing the benefits it can receive from digitization. So how can your college or university apply strong leadership principles to take advantage of the digital revolution to transform higher education?
Join our upcoming webinar, “The Digital Revolution in Higher Education: The Importance of Presidential Vision in Driving Change”. Produced in conjunction with Campus Technology, our WebEx video conference will feature a moderated discussion between Dr. Alan Shark, Executive Director and CEO of the Public Technology Institute and Associate Professor of Practice in the School of Public Affairs and Administration at Rutgers University, and Dr. Devorah Lieberman, President of the University of La Verne. Dr. Lieberman has a solid vision for the future of her university and is already seeing benefits from the digital transformations her school has undergone. Check out this case study to learn more about what the University of La Verne has been doing to deliver new learning opportunities to their students.
The one-hour discussion, including questions and answers, will touch on a multiple of topics. These include how to create the right environment for innovation and transformation and how to foster a productive relationship between IT and institution executives.
Make sure to join us on Thursday, March 3 at 10 AM Pacific time to learn how your university can embrace the digital revolution! Click here to register.