The State of Innovation in Higher Education: A Survey of Academic Administrators
For leaders in the higher education space, it’s no secret that innovation is critical for long-term success. With emerging trends and new standards for program delivery, the ability to innovate is one key area that ensures colleges and universities thrive. In this webinar, presented by The Learning House, Inc. and the Online Learning Consortium (OLC), you will gain valuable insight into a new report, The State of Innovation in Higher Education: A Survey of Academic Administrators. You will also explore how institutions are using innovation to grow and evolve.
Join Dr. Jill Buban, senior director of research and innovation for OLC, and Andrew J. Magda, manager of market research at Learning House, at 1 p.m. EDT Thursday, May 10, as they share key takeaways from the report as well as information around how institutions like yours can apply this new knowledge to improve student outcomes.
During this webinar, you will learn:
- How institutions define innovation
- Ways to break through innovation barriers
- How institutions can develop a culture of innovation
- The role students play in innovation
|Dr. Jill Buban serves as the senior director of research and innovation for the Online Learning Consortium. In this role, she oversees the OLC Research Center for Digital Learning and Leadership, works on key strategic leadership initiatives, such as the Leadership Network, and oversees the organization’s peer-reviewed journal, Online Learning. Buban is a member of the Senior Leadership Group for the Association of Chief Academic Officers (ACAO) Digital Fellows and the board of directors at the National University Technology Networks (NUTN).|
|Andrew J. Magda is the manager of market research for Learning House. He leads in the development of custom and large-scale market research studies and assists partner institutions with their research needs. Prior to Learning House, Andrew was a senior analyst at Eduventures and a project manager at the Center for Survey Research and Analysis at the University of Connecticut.|