Monday, February 26 | 2:00PM–3:00PM ET | Online

Webinar | The Teaching and Learning Workforce in Higher Education

This webinar will highlight key findings from a recent EDUCAUSE survey focused on higher education teaching and learning professionals. We will explore the current state of the teaching and learning workforce, including structure, size, and work role experiences, along with skills and workforce gaps facing teaching and learning now and in the future. EDUCAUSE researchers and teaching and learning leaders will highlight the most notable aspects of the data along with practical next steps for addressing the workforce issues facing their institutions.

Outcomes

  • Learn about findings released in the 2023 EDUCAUSE Teaching and Learning Workforce in Higher Education report
  • Learn about issues that impact higher education teaching and learning services
  • Learn about teaching and learning professionals’ work experiences such as workload, flexible work options, and job satisfaction
  • Learn about teaching and learning professionals’ current and future training and development needs
  • Discuss implications and next steps that institutions can take to foster a thriving teaching and learning workforce

Presenters

  • Nicole Muscanell

    Researcher, EDUCAUSE
  • Kathe Pelletier

    Director, Teaching and Learning Program, EDUCAUSE

Inclusion and Accessibility

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