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The world of higher education never stands still, and new challenges and new opportunities call for a constant flow of new ideas and new solutions. At AccelerEd, we’re up for this challenge. Are you?

Putting All Three Components of Digital Transformation to Work on Campus

EDUCAUSE REVIEW

How often have we seen transformation efforts focus on the selection of a new technology? As this article so aptly notes, large transformation initiatives cannot be viewed as a savior or as IT-only initiatives – intentional shifts in culture, workforce, and technology are required.

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Thriving post-pandemic: What’s next for digital teaching and learning?

Wendy Colby

Three themes stand out that guide how institutions may consider the use of digital tools and technologies to ensure student success.

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Student-centered experiences propel innovation

Wendy Colby

Learn about the three sources of innovation institutions can pursue based on the most critical stakeholders in higher education — students.

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How Google’s New Career Certificates Could Disrupt the College Degree

INC

This is a big move by Google, and could prove to be transformational in how people choose to prepare for careers and likely further signal to employers that credentials matter.

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Technology strategy unfolds for higher ed institutions in the wake of COVID-19

Wendy Colby

AccelerEd CEO Wendy Colby spoke with Higher Ed Dive to offer insight into three key attributes of an effective technology strategy that will support digital teaching and the online learning experience.

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Rethinking traditional paradigms: Exploring new ways to drive student access, engagement and success

Wendy Colby

AccelerEd CEO Wendy Colby on the three tenets institutional leaders should keep in mind for effective 
online learning.

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The Pandemic Pushed Universities Online. The Change Was Long Overdue.

HARVARD BUSINESS REVIEW

The rise of technology-driven alternatives in higher education means there will be more options for consumers and for employers. It’s a critical time for evaluating outcomes and business models.

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Why Higher Education Needs To Think Customer Service To Ensure Student Success.

Forbes

Higher education institutions must rethink the way they communicate, and provide the same level of top-notch customer service that parents and students expect from a host of other industries.

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COVID-19 Has Accelerated The Digital Transformation Of Higher Education.

The European Sting

The global pandemic has amplified universities across the world to reshape and challenge their interests to guarantee operational continuity, while also ensuring long-term viability.

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