What are the technology & strategy priorities for colleges and universities following more than a year of virtual instruction? WWT's university and college customers were able to quickly lift a variety of tools into place to make remote work and remote learning happen. That variety now brings challenges, of interoperability, and cost-efficiency. And the reality of the pandemic brought the spotlight to the digital divide, security vulnerabilities, and brought into question the value of top-tier university education when all learning went virtual. Join us to hear how institutions plan to address digital engagement of students, foster more seamless learning & instruction, and enable hybrid work for administrative staff.
Goals and Objectives
After watching, you'll have better insight into what your peers are prioritizing and key considerations for optimizing the patchwork of teaching and collaboration tools. You'll understand what higher education institutions plan to do next to enable more flexible and engaged learning from anywhere, not as a reactive response, but as a long-term strategy.
Who should attend?
Office of the Provost, Deans, Curriculum Leaders, IT Directors and Managers inside of community colleges, colleges and universities, Collaboration and Unified Communication Manager, Director of Advanced Technology or Academic Technology.