Join a panel of experts from leading education and technology company, Cengage, and guests from within higher education, as they share with you the findings from the latest student research.
Student Voices, a 40-page report just published, found that:
- 38% of first-year students struggle with independent learning as they make the difficult transition from school to university.
- 31% of third years find interpreting data as one of the most challenging aspects of their undergraduate course.
- 32% cite ‘preparing for assessments’ a challenge.
- Students want an efficient way of learning and more one-to-one support.
But what can we make of this? How can content providers and HE institutions work together to improve student outcomes and the overall student experience?
Panel guests provide first-hand insight into how they are using digital resources to help overcome the most prevalent learning challenges facing students. They also discuss how online solutions are increasingly being employed to not only improve the overall student experience, but also student engagement, student retention and student outcomes.
Panel guests will provide first-hand insight into how they are using digital resources to help overcome the most prevalent learning challenges facing students.
They share their opinions on the latest student research and how student needs are evolving, as well as how HE providers are finding new ways to provide students with guidance and support.
University Business and Education Technology are delighted to host this panel discussion in partnership with Cengage.
Live Panel Discussion: Four common problems that students face at university and how digital technology can be used to overcome them.
Our audience was encouraged to contribute to the discussion and time was made available at the end for questions for the panel.