The COVID-19 crisis prompted colleges to implement changes in course content and delivery quickly, but a broader re-imagination of the design and delivery of college programming has been underway for some time.
This workshop will explore upcoming changes in the physical college classroom, the contrast between emergency virtual course delivery and intentionally designed online learning, and how many colleges are designing and personalizing course experiences while making learning more engaging and rigorous. The university of today likely is not your father’s—or your—college experience.
Vice Provost of Student Enrollment and Engagement at Concordia University Wisconsin
Concordia University Wisconsin and its 9 educational centers are home to undergraduate and graduate, traditional, and non-traditional students from 46 states and 35 foreign countries. The University has been doing online education since the 1990s, and has been a consistent leader in the region. Concordia University Wisconsin offers more than 90 programs in-person and online. Programs include not only Wisconsin’s largest MBA program, but a variety of master’s degree programs and doctoral degrees in Education, Physical Therapy, Pharmacy, and Nursing Practice.
This event is part of NEWaukee’s Cloud Cafe brought to you by Ginger Lazovik, Shorewest Realtors and North Shore Bank. The Cloud Cafe is an online platform for connectors and creators to find belonging during this time of unprecedented isolation. Sign up for NEWaukee’s newsletter for weekly updates about new events.