Measuring What Matters: Quantifying Returns on Digital Learning - Sponsored by CloudEnablers

Monday, January 29 | 3:00PM–3:45PM CT | Grand Ballroom - Acadia, Third Floor
Session Type: Featured Session
Delivery Format: Featured Session
Despite the promise that digital learning can expand access, improve outcomes, and decrease costs, institutional data on the impact of digital programs is limited. With support from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Arizona State University and the Boston Consulting Group conducted a study of six institutions with the goal of understanding and quantifying the impact of digital learning on institutional priorities (e.g., enrollment growth, student outcomes, and financial returns). In this session, Lou Pugliese of ASU will discuss insights from the study and best practices from across a diverse cross-section of institutions and programs.

Outcomes: Evaluate and compare the results of different digital learning programs at the student, faculty, and institutional level * Determine what types of digital programs might be the best fit for their own institutions * Review the digital learning strategies at your institution and recommend adjustments or updates


  • Lou Pugliese

    Managing Director & Sr. Innovation Fellow
  • Timothy Renick

    Executive Director, National Institute for Student Success, Georgia State University