THE Campus Live US 2022 (In-Person) | November 9–10, 2022 | Los Angeles, CA, United States

The world is changed and so is the landscape of higher education. Times Higher Education's Campus Live US 2022 aims to demystify the biggest challenges and tackle "dangerous ideas" to create meaningful change and make a difference to every type of institution. Interactive panels, strategy sessions and best-practice case studies will act as enablers to bring important conversations to the fore and give delegates practical takeaways.

Preparing Professors for a More Digital World | Wednesday, September 14, 2022 at 2PM ET

This webcast will feature Inside Higher Ed Editors Scott Jaschik and Doug Lederman, who will discuss news and opinion articles featured in the newly-released compilation, "Preparing Professors for a More Digital World," which examines the current landscape for digital innovation in higher education and the faculty role in enabling it. Topics that will be further explored in the webcast include, faculty and student perspectives on technology’s role in learning, new initiatives aimed at strengthening faculty preparation for new modes of teaching and advice for campus leaders about best practices.

Career Development With Equity in Mind | Available On-Demand

Colleges and universities are under more pressure to ensure their graduates are equipped with the skills and knowledge to succeed in the workplace. Complicating those demands are intensifying expectations that higher education produce equitable outcomes for people from different racial, ethnic and socioeconomic groups. In this virtual event, experts on education and work and representatives of colleges around the country will discuss the changing landscape, how institutions of all types are responding to it and some tools and strategies campuses are embracing to ensure strong career preparation for all of their students.

Community College Success: How Are Some Community Colleges Attracting More Students and Increasing Graduation Numbers, Counter to the Prevailing Trends | Available On-Demand

Hear Inside Higher Ed Editors Scott Jaschik and Doug Lederman share their analysis and thoughts about current community college student success efforts, including the projected enrollment at community colleges for Fall 2022; direct and indirect implications for higher ed as a whole if enrollment decreases continue for the long-term; common hurdles that have kept completion rates low and remedial needs high for a large portion of community college students and innovative strategies that community colleges are now exploring.

Success Stories: Student Engagement, Social Strategy & More | Available On-Demand

The University of Southern California and Boston University’s social media and student engagement leaders use innovative social media, social listening and AI solutions to engage current and prospective students. Panelists will discuss how they communicate and support students across campus and across the country to help their institution achieve a range of critical goals.

The Future of Expense Management | Available On-Demand

Inside Higher Ed is hosting a live, interactive webcast featuring Co-founder and Editor Scott Jaschik and Reporter Josh Moody to discuss a variety of high-profile spending decisions at several colleges and universities, the considerations these institutions took into making them and whether these cases point to broader shifts down the line for managing institutional expenses.

How to Move the Needle on Student Success Next Semester | Available On-Demand

Join Inside Higher Ed Editors Scott Jaschik and Doug Lederman to discover how some higher ed institutions have effectively prioritized student success. This webcast will look at specific policies that have successfully changed college completion and graduation rates. Attend this webcast to help your institution continue innovating in the coming months and years.

Educating and Supporting the Whole Student | Available On-Demand

Join Inside Higher Ed Editors Scott Jaschik and Doug Lederman, as they discuss the news articles and essays in the collection, "Educating and Supporting the Whole Student," which explores the multiple ways that institutions, instructors and staff members changed their policies, practices and approaches to meet students’ noncognitive needs and help them develop as fully as possible.

Insider Exclusive Webcast | The Developing Picture of Higher Ed's Fall Enrollment | Available On-Demand for Insiders Only

In this live, exclusive Insider webcast, join Inside Higher Ed Editors Scott Jaschik and Doug Lederman to explore initial higher ed application and acceptance rates, along with early and broad enrollment projections for this coming fall. Designed for higher education leaders, this webcast will help you evaluate and benchmark your institution's admission season and plan for your classrooms this fall.

Digital Teaching and Learning | Available On-Demand

Few issues in higher education today capture as much interest as digital teaching and learning. Join Inside Higher Ed Editors Scott Jaschik and Doug Lederman for a free webcast on Thursday, June 9, at 2 PM ET. They will discuss how student expectations have changed about when, where and how they want to learn. Additionally, they will share the innovative ways colleges and universities are improving and expanding remote learning and specific ways some faculty members are incorporating technology into their pedagogy.


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