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    External Partnership is Essential to Restructuring Programs for Future Learners  Over the past decade, our rapidly changing world sparked concerns that educational programs, curricula and courses would be out of date by the time students completed them.  In essence we asked, "How can higher education prepare students for an uncertain future? For jobs that do not yet exist? For solving wicked problems?" In the midst of converging...

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    Now that Fall semester 2020 is in full swing and remote learning is offered in various delivery modes, how does your campus leverage the advantages that have become apparent in this new normal?     How are stakeholders tackling the many unique challenges that have also become apparent? Do faculty and administration agree on what, exactly, they will focus on together? Are educators ready to fast-forward workflow changes...

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    For all of the advancements in our civilization, a mighty blow has struck the world with the rise of COVID-19. Yet thought leaders agree - the important trends requiring our focus existed well before the outbreak. The pandemic merely accelerated these changes.     Scott Galloway, a highly acclaimed Professor at NYU’s Stern School of Business and serial entrepreneur, asserts that it is nothing short of “consensual hallucination”...

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    In the article “Student Success – 3 BIG Questions”, Kathe Pelletier, Director of Student Success Community Programs for EDUCAUSE provides her readers with a clear-cut framework for conversation between cross disciplinary departments.     Defining Student Success   The author provides examples of how different stakeholders hear different perspectives of the same challenge - student success.  For example, advisors hear the student’s macro perspective – which may include:   confusion...

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