Why Only Human Intelligence Can Power the Student Success Revolution

Thursday, November 01 | 1:30PM–2:15PM MT | Four Seasons Ballroom 1, Ballroom Level
Session Type: Breakout Session
Delivery Format: Interactive Presentation
Artificial technologies have the potential to transform the student experience, but without human intelligence and empathy, they can unintentionally create new obstacles to improving educational outcomes. This panel will investigate the vital importance of keeping human perspective at the center of technology adoption.

Outcomes: Discuss ways in which technology can both enable student success, but also impose new challenges for leaders * Engage in a lively, thought-provoking conversation about philosophical questions around technology adoption in postsecondary education * Learn productive strategies for change management to enable technology adoption and improve student success


  • Goldie Blumenstyk

    Senior Writer, The Chronicle of Higher Education
  • Amy Laitinen

    Director of Higher Education, New America
  • Thomas Miller

    Executive Advisor, University of South Florida
  • Mark Milliron

    Senior Vice President and Executive Dean of the Teachers College, Western Governors University