With global economic shifts, we desperately need more—and more diverse—well-educated members of society. But as news headlines remind us almost daily, higher education needs to evolve and innovate in order to deliver the right opportunities and help students succeed.
There is no shortage of interest in competency-based education (CBE). But taking it to the next level often stalls in the face of operational and resource concerns.
Being nostalgic about the way we used to market, recruit, and manage enrollment in the past is the fastest way to create a gaping vulnerability in your admission operation. You need to understand the psychology of prospective student attention. Because it’s not just about executing on new social platforms. It’s about understanding why an impression converts to attention and how to recruit prospective students using the technology they already use.
Here are some recent resources and information about what's going on in the world of competency-based education.
Make sure you're not missing opportunities to drive student success while you wait for all the right answers.
Military veterans are highly trained, educated, and experienced within their discipline during their careers—even if it’s just one tour. But serving on active duty or reserves means they have limited opportunities to complete their degrees. That’s one of the big reasons why competency-based education (CBE) makes so much sense for them.
On October 25, the Ellucian World Tour visited Anaheim, California, in conjunction with the EDUCAUSE annual conference.
The Ellucian World Tour Bogota, held October 18-20, was a resounding success. More than 200 higher education professionals from 10 countries gathered to exchange ideas, network, and share success stories. Here are a few highlights from the event.
Here are some recent resources and information about what’s going on in the world of competency-based education.