What if the new normal of higher education didn’t have to be based on the old normal - a normal that may not have served learners, institutions, or society equally?
Every learner has a path that can produce successful experiences to continuously upskill or reskill.
There's no better time to re-envision the delivery of education as a series of lifelong educational accomplishments post high school. To do that effectively, we’ll need to collaborate across sectors, institutions, and the global landscape of lifelong learning to create our best next normal.
The pandemic’s impact on higher ed cannot be fully measured yet. It’s clear, however, that today’s learning loss will become tomorrow’s earnings loss for many learners.
We need to resist the temptation to return to an old normal that wasn't working equally well for everyone. Sustainable progress nationwide and globally depend on bringing all minds on deck and joining forces across sectors and silos to co-create the new normal of lifelong learning by design.
Using a unique, technology-enabled collaborative meeting process, we'll leave silos behind; work together to identify emerging issues facing diverse stakeholders over the course of the next year; and call upon connections, correlations and cross-sector communication to maximize the value of lifelong learning post high school.
You’ll walk away with:
Your voice will be heard. You'll collaborate with colleagues from diverse institutions and sectors as well as peers, recognized thought leaders, association professionals, and government liaisons. We'll collaborate on some of the most pressing challenges your organization is facing for AY 2021-22 and beyond, connecting you with the people, process, and ideas that will reshape higher education.
Together, we’ll take a holistic approach to assessing the needs of today’s learners and designing a new future that is built upon collective wisdom that is inclusive of multiple stakeholder perspectives.
Will you join the conversation? Bring your curiosity, your creativity, and your willingness to think outside the box, and click below to secure your seat for this free collaborative engagement.
Lenny Lind is an expert in the use of communication technologies in important meetings that require unusual mutual understanding. He founded Covision Inc. — the pioneer in the field — and ran it for 30 years. He is now Principal of Covision Design LLC, providing facilitation, tools, and meeting process design to leaders who are determined to build the cohesiveness and impact of their organizations. He has co-authored two books: “The Facilitator’s Guide to Participatory Decision-Making,” and “Virtuous Meetings: Technology+Design for High Engagement in Large Groups.” He is currently focused on facilitating highly effective online meetings, of all sizes.
Kevin Kelly, EdD, teaches online courses as a Lecturer in the Department of Equity, Leadership Studies, and Instructional Technologies at San Francisco State University, where he previously served for 13 years as the Online Teaching and Learning Manager. He works with colleges and universities as a consultant to address distance education, educational technology, and organizational challenges. Kevin co-authored with Todd Zakrajsek the 2021 Stylus book, Advancing Online Teaching: Creating Equity-Based Digital Learning Environments.
WebStudy Foundation is a 501(c)(3) Non-Profit Committed to Helping Colleges and Universities Tackle Their Most Pressing Challenges
Leveraging 25 years of experience in facilitated, collaborative decision-making processes, WebStudy Foundation is working to accelerate meaningful organizational change in higher education.
We empower organizations, institutions, and communities—along with their diverse stakeholders— to align in real-time, source leadership at every level, and to take committed action quickly, reliably and resiliently.