Three Ways to Future-Proof Your Degree Programs
This is a time of transition for higher education. Student needs and demographics are changing. Costs are rising along with student debt. And all of this is being exacerbated by a global pandemic.
A few things we know aren’t changing:
- Technology isn’t slowing down.
- Students’ lives are complicated.
- Lifelong learning is a necessity.
In this webinar, TEL Education Executive Director Dr. Rob Reynolds walks through three ways institutions can future-proof their degree program and meet the needs of students, flexibly, affordably, and continually.
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