Tuesday, November 16 | 1:00PM–2:00PM ET | Online

Webinar | Exploring New Tech Impacts on Higher Ed Landscapes

This webinar is a part of the EDUCAUSE Industry & Campus Solutions series.

For colleges and universities, the pandemic was a catalyst for implementing new technologies. The need to shift courses online, balance student satisfaction with safety, and keep the institution running remotely presented several significant challenges—issues with access, budgets, usability, and training. Yet the pandemic also prompted a great deal of innovation: institutions leveraged existing resources and embraced new IT solutions to help manage pandemic-related complications and ensure student success.

In this webinar, we’ll examine the recent shifts in the higher ed tech landscape and explore stories from institutions whose digital transformations allowed them to overcome both legacy issues and new obstacles. When employed strategically, technology gives students the tools to be the drivers of their own success. It helps institutions streamline operations and provides campus officials and faculty with the insights they need to make critical planning and policy decisions.

Outcomes

  • Map out the new terrain of IT concerns in a post-pandemic age
  • Explore how certain colleges and universities used new technology to mitigate these concerns
  • Examine how new solutions in AI, communications, and analytics can help engage and empower students
  • Examine how these same solutions can help institutions weather issues of post-pandemic institutional stability

Additional Resources

Presenters

  • Jeff Elliott

    Director of Product Management, Jenzabar Inc
  • Casey Green

    Founding Director, The Campus Computing Project

Accessibility

EDUCAUSE strives to make its conferences and events accessible for all registrants. Live closed captioning and a downloadable transcript will be made available for this event. We've worked to provide resources that are accessible to as many people as possible, and if you encounter any issues while attending our events, please use the Contact Us web page to request assistance.