Meeting Student Needs in Introductory Courses through Digital Learning Technologies

Thursday, November 02 | 2:40PM–3:30PM ET | Meeting Room 108A, 100 Level
Session Type: Breakout Session
Delivery Format: Interactive Workshop
Open resources and adaptive technologies are improving learning outcomes and increasing completion rates. Hear from innovators who are using digital learning tools to address broad issues of access, cost, and equity in higher education. Learn how solution developers can provide support to foster best practices in adoption, implementation, and scaling.

Outcomes: Understand how digital courseware can be leveraged to increase student retention and graduation rates * Address challenges each institutional partner overcame in efforts to implement digital courseware on their campus * Identify best practices in implementing and scaling similar efforts for interested institutions


  • Tom Ayers

    Dean, Information Technology and Online Campus Lead for Open and Competency-based Education, Broward College
  • Josh Baron

    Open Education Ambassador, Lumen Learning
  • Eric Frank

    CEO, Acrobatiq
  • Laura Murray

    Library Systems Implemation Specialist, SUNY System Administration
  • Stephanie Poczos

    Undergraduate Program Director, National Louis University - North Shore Campus