Today’s students have access to more information than ever before. With a tap on their devices, they can download a textbook or search answers to complex questions, so naturally they expect the same learning experience at school. As a result, higher education institutions must rethink how they teach, advise, and prepare students for success outside the classroom.
In this episode, three administrators from higher education—Robert Doolos of Louisiana State University, Lindy Howdyshell of Broward College, and Gabriel Olszewski of Yale University—discuss how their schools are adapting to changing student and employer expectations through the use of modern technologies and student systems.
In This Episode
How Higher Ed Is Adapting to Changing Student Expectations
Rethinking the Student Experience
Impact of Employability on Curriculum
The Role of Technology and Student Systems
Advice for Higher Education Institutions Evaluating Student Systems
How Students and Parents Can Find the Right Higher Education Institution
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