While much remains uncertain about the long-term economic impacts of COVID-19, we can be confident that colleges and universities will have a crucial role to play in their community’s resilience and recovery. To help your institution think about how to prepare for the opportunities ahead, Emsi hosted a webinar with Luke Jankovic (EVP of Higher Education) and Dr. Stuart Muller (Sr. Higher Education Consultant). In this post, we recap their discussion and provide links to free resources.
Recent events have pushed virtually all of higher education to move their programs online–including colleges who hadn’t planned on making that move for quite some time. This rapid shift to remote learning has highlighted some of the distinct advantages of online programs, but it has also created new challenges for those who provide advising and offer student support services.
Online programs present an exciting opportunity for institutions to expand their reach and serve new markets. But they also raise unique questions when it comes to program alignment, employer engagement, and how to focus marketing efforts. To help your institution answer these questions, Emsi hosted a webinar with Aaron King, Program Director at the University of Florida’s Office of Distance Learning. King shared how his team uses a blend of traditional and real-time labor market data to guide program development, employer engagement, and marketing strategy.
Today, colleges and universities can access an unprecedented amount of information about the jobs learners want and the skills employers need. But applying this data effectively requires a clear vision for the why, how, and what of labor market analytics in higher education. To help provide this vision, Emsi hosted a webinar led by chief innovation officer Rob Sentz. Rob shared how institutions can and should use data about the economy and their alumni to improve their value and relevance in 2020 and beyond. Check out the recap to see a recording of the webinar and links to relevant research!
Today, colleges and universities can access an unprecedented amount of information about the jobs learners want and the skills employers need. But applying this data effectively requires a clear vision for the why, how, and what of labor market analytics in higher education. To help provide this vision, Emsi is hosting a webinar on Thursday, January 9 at 2:00pm ET (11am PT) lead by chief innovation officer Rob Sentz. Join us to learn how your institution can (and should) use data about the economy and your alumni to improve your value and relevance in 2020 and beyond!
On April 24, we are co-hosting a webinar with our friends at InsideTrack! As NPR recently noted, post-traditional students are no small part of today’s higher education landscape. In this webinar, we’ll demonstrate how to provide these students with the information and support they need to make an informed enrollment decision that aligns with their career goals.