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Virtual Events on Teaching and Learning

  • Mentoring Programs for First-Gen Students

    UPCOMING: March 28, 2023 | 2 p.m. ET. First-gen students often benefit from mentors, but how do they find them? Mentoring programs can help. Join us to learn more about creating such programs. With Support From Ascendium. Register here.
  • In Defense of Libraries

    UPCOMING: March 21, 2023 | 2 p.m. ET. In this forum, learn how libraries can compete in a time of scarce resources and conflicting priorities. With Support From Occuspace. Register here.
  • How Technology Is Changing Academic Advising

    UPCOMING: March 30, 2023 | 2 p.m. ET. Academic advisers help students achieve their goals, but what will their relationship look like as tech continues to be used in advising? Will such tools help or hinder the relationship? With Support From ServiceNow. Register here.
  • Lessons Learned From Re-engaging Students

    ON DEMAND: Classroom disengagement hurts student performance and faculty morale alike. Join us to hear from experts on what strategies you can use to prevent it from happening. With Support From Perlego. Watch on demand.
  • Virtual Forum: Working With the Families of First-Gen Students

    First-Gen students don’t go to college alone, they go with their whole family. How are you building connections with these student’s parents? Watch on demand to hear from a panel of experts on best practices for working with student’s families.
  • Designing STEM Courses for Today’s Students

    ON DEMAND: As demand for STEM hiring rises, what programs should colleges offer? Can they make up for math and science education derailed by Covid? Join us for discussion. With Support From Cambridge. Watch on demand.
  • From ‘Digital Native’ to Digital Competency

    ON DEMAND. The pervasive “digital native” myth is keeping colleges from making critical investments in digital skills. Join us for a virtual forum to chart a new path forward. With Support From Adobe. Watch on demand.
  • Global Leadership Perspective

    ON DEMAND: Join us for a 30-minute talk between Dawn Freshwater, vice chancellor of the University of Auckland, and Liz McMillen, executive editor at The Chronicle, on how Auckland is turning its sustainability plan into action. With Support From Auckland. Watch on demand.
  • Belonging, Trust, and the Student Journey

    ON DEMAND: Learn how colleges can create opportunities for students to build trusting relationships with faculty, administrators, and their peers. With Support From Mongoose. Watch on demand.
  • A Flexible Campus for a New Era

    ON DEMAND: Remote and hybrid education are effective ways to improve faculty flexibility and student satisfaction. What are the first steps you need to take to create the best offerings on your campus? Register today for “A Flexible Campus for a New Era” to find out. With Support From Ring Central. Watch on demand.


  • Global Events and the Curriculum

    UPCOMING: March 22, 2023 | 2 p.m. ET. Students must be brought up to date on the issues facing the world, from geopolitics to social challenges. Join us to learn how you can infuse those concepts into your institution’s curriculum. With Support From USF. Register here.