No one person, no single college, university, educational trade association, software vendor or non-profit organization can impact the digitization of education sufficiently alone.
Our shared desired outcome is full engagement through an academic initiative’s life-cycle, instead of fatigue in-between semesters that hampers so many good ideas.
Implementation of high impact practices can occur within one academic year, with expertly designed solutions. Efficiencies in initiatives can be achieved when strategic thinking is conducted at both the individual, departmental and institutional level, simultaneously.
Educators are a ‘community of passionate people’ committed to educational excellence whether it’s in a classroom, a subway or in a digital experience. As we enter the 21st Century, limitations in time and money appear to be increasing at alarming proportions.
Our culture of participatory decision-making, is confronted by the Three C’s:
These challenges inherent to an educational system makes solving different points of view challenging between administration, faculty and staff. Doing more of the same will not move theory to practice in the time-frame needed.
The WebStudy Foundation has a Position Statement: “It is irresponsible to do anything less! Everyone plays a role!” Your New Path Forward requires cross-functional department decisions to adopt advances in digital growth, innovation and student success.