Experiential Learning, Liberal Arts, and Campus Technology: Student Development for Future Jobs
With higher education costs and a tough job market, the best way to prepare students for the future may be to develop their flexibility. This session will discuss how a university-wide badging system, campus technology positions, and core academic skills combine to increase a student's ability to adapt to a changing job market. This flexibility as well as technological ability may help a student work in a future career that does not yet exist.
OUTCOMES: Learn how experiential learning in technology combines with liberal arts academic skills and a badging program to prepare students for the flexibility needed for jobs that do not yet exist.
Director of Educational Technology Services, Denison University