Developing a Digital Transformation Strategy – Campus Technology

Events

New CT Leadership Summit: Building a Digital Transformation Strategy

A digital transformation journey starts with assessing the state of Dx within your institution, imagining what is possible, and then setting goals to get there. On May 18, the Campus Technology Leadership Summit will explore the essentials of digital transformation in higher education: during this free one-day event, education and IT leaders will offer ideas and best practices. practices based on expertise and research in the field, to help inform your digital transformation strategy. On today’s agenda:

What does digital transformation mean in higher education
Digital transformation is essential for the future of higher education, but at the same time it can be difficult to define. To get some insight on the topic, Campus Technology interviews college and university stakeholders across the country about the goals and challenges their institutions face in their Dx journeys. In this session, we will present the results of the survey as well as the analysis of a panel of higher education leaders.

Enable Digital Campus First
In a panel discussion moderated by Brian Fodrey, Senior Director of Business Innovation at Carnegie Mellon University, this session will explore how technology can help institutions gain efficiencies in IT and administrative workflows, leverage leveraging AI and automation and/or reducing paper-based processes so that staff can spend less time on tedious tasks and more time focusing on supporting student learning and mission of their institution.

Taking digital learning beyond the new normal
In this session, Mark Milliron and Kim Round from Western Governors University will examine the evolution of online learning and how education innovators are poised to move from a “new normal” to a “ new possible” in learning models and methods. They will unpack the strategies we see emerging that aim to create and organize learning and support experiences for students that are immersive, flexible, and effectively use technology to enhance student success – especially those that are driven by the emerging field of designing learning experiences.

Complete Dx Challenges
Based on the upcoming results of the Campus Technology 2022 digital transformation survey, this session will offer tips and best practices to address one of the key challenges identified by survey respondents. Stay tuned for the topic and the announcement of the speakers!

The Campus Technology Leadership Summit will take place online on Wednesday, May 18 from 9:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. PT. For more information and to register, visit the CT Summit website.

About the Author


About the author: Rhea Kelly is editor-in-chief of Campus Technology. She can be reached at [email protected].



Comments are closed.