Key Trends and Challenges within Continuing Ed: Do You Have the Right Systems in Place to Grow?

Tuesday, March 31 | 12:30PM–1:20PM | Room 552
Session Type: Professional Development
Today continuing education functions in an era of increasingly dynamic and potentially disruptive transformation. Continuing ed leaders are accustomed to rapid change and the need for agile adaptation; however, traditional campus technology often falls short in supporting such agility. The nontraditional student and workforce market has experienced staggering growth, such that it has garnered the attention of our nation's president, which has created new and exciting opportunities. What's needed for growth? The ability to meet customer expectations and demands, make informed decisions, and measure and demonstrate provable outcomes.

OUTCOMES: Explore the pace of change in higher education * Understand what access and engagement looks like for nontraditional students * Identify ways that institutions can address the skills gap