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A non-traditional student gains respect and more with credentials

A pastor explains why he is pursuing a college degree and credentials, and how they will benefit his career.

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The importance of alignment in change management

Looking to make a change at your institution? You’ll need support and alignment to make it work.

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Change management isn't a checklist—it's about adoption

Change in higher ed is inevitable—but how an institution tackles those changes can make all the difference

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Change leadership: Communications best practices

Properly and effectively communicating change in higher education is critical. You’re not just dealing with employees—you’re dealing with people who are emotionally invested with their workplace and its culture. And an ineffective communication strategy in this environment can be disastrous. Here’s how to do it right.   
 

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What do millennials think about lifelong learning?

A millennial shares her thoughts on lifelong learning.

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What do students think about degrees and credentials?

A college student majoring in IT explains why he chose to pursue a college degree, what he thinks about credentials, and why lifelong learning is important to his career goals.

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Redefining student experience for success!

What does the next gen student experience look like? Four CIOs share their visions for the future, how the definition of student experience is evolving, and best practices for implementation.
 

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How to help nontraditional students succeed

With the majority of undergraduates meeting the characteristics of nontraditional students, institutions need to modify their systems to improve student outcomes.

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Standardising change in higher education with the 'three Es'

In Ian’s latest blog, he shares some key considerations about standardising change and how institutions can maximise the benefits with the “three Es” approach.

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