Webinar | Changing Landscape of Online Education (CHLOE)
The Changing Landscape of Online Education (CHLOE) Project, currently in its eighth installment, presents the unique perspective of senior leaders in online learning and has become an indispensable guide for higher education strategy and forecasting. The CHLOE Project covers a broad array of online topics, such as infrastructure and staffing, strategies to support online students and faculty, and quality assurance efforts for online modalities.
The pandemic prompted changes in how institutions manage online learning, including deepening technology and training investments and accelerating plans for new online initiatives. As higher education moves forward, institutions are retooling their online strategy, and the CHLOE Project serves as a useful aid for planning and managing online learning. Join this session to hear about current online trends and forecasting, including what institutions like yours are doing to meet the predicted and growing demand for more online options.
- Describe the experience and perspective of chief online officers in U.S. higher education
- Benchmark your institutional strategies and goals for online learning with those of peer institutions
- Summarize predicted online learning trends and how institutions are responding
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