Addressing New Societal Expectations for Higher Education and Online Learning in the Post-COVID-19 Era
This article examines how people’s lives and work environments have been altered as a result of technology, how these advancements have altered societal expectations for higher education, and three solutions for colleges to address these new expectations. First, to survive the new normal, colleges must shift their student solutions and orientations to accommodate online learners. Second, faculty development must concentrate on training faculty to utilize online tools to teach. Third, institutions must better prepare students to be savvy virtual collaborators through online learning and to translate these new skills to the workforce. Finally, this paper uses the lens of the COVID-19 pandemic to present three strategies for achieving these solutions.
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Cross-posted with Excelsior College. In fall 2021, four Excelsior College students participated in the 2021 IACBE Live Business Case Competition and placed 3rd out of 24 teams. “Working with peers and leaders to accomplish a goal was rewarding,” said Skyler Sharp, a...
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