Academic institutions around the world are at the tipping point of decision making for their next terms. Whether instruction is blended, flex, hybrid or in person, online content and digital resources will play an ever-important role in the student experience and how colleges and universities think about delivering education.
Colleges and universities are making determinations around using online courses to fill current curriculum gaps; build up digital assets quickly; and support new models in teaching and learning
Join the experts as they break down how online content can speed colleges' and universities' digital transformations.
Nina Huntemann, edX Vice President of Learning
Mark Branom, San Jose City College
Ignacio Despujol, Universidad Politécnica de Valencia
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