Nudging, Microgrants, and Purposeful Teaching: Emerging Strategies for Student Success

Thursday, November 15 | 2:30PM–3:15PM ET | November 15, 2018
Session Type: Virtual
The student success ecosphere includes a variety of technology-enabled strategies. Three nationally recognized student success champions will look beyond predictive analytics, early alert solutions, and open education resources to explore promising emerging strategies, specifically highlighting the underlying principles and application of data-informed strategies for nudging, microgrants, and purposeful teaching.

Outcomes: Identify 3 emerging strategies for improving student outcomes as well as their unique challenges and benefits * Describe practical steps for implementing changes that can improve outcomes for low-income and underrepresented college students * Discuss the costs, ROI, and role of technology in operationalizing the 3 completion strategies


  • Meaghan Duff

    Owner & Principal, Mercy Education Partners
  • Michael Mills

    Vice President, E-Learning, Innovation and Teaching Excellence, Montgomery College
  • Loralyn Taylor

    Associate Provost, Institutional Effectiveness and Analytics, Ohio University

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