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How can colleges best infuse technology with their course design to better prepare students for a rapidly changing world after graduation?
Lightning-fast technological advances are putting pressure on higher-ed institutions to create or improve curricula in order to build programs with the right tools to help students thrive in the digital era, as well as develop new means of reaching and educating adult students, many of whom may not even set foot on campus.
Join us for an upcoming Virtual Forum on August 23 to hear from experts as they discuss how campuses can develop new programs and embrace emerging tech trends that further their educational missions. Register here.