What's next?

Teaching in the aftermath of a pandemic

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There’s no doubt that the pandemic has changed the way we teach and learn. Now that enough time has passed, we have more insight into what role technology has played in all of this.

The time of campus closures has made it clear how important it is for academic institutions to have readily available solutions for their faculty and students. 

Embracing e-learning is still  critical to limit future disruption and provide continuity for students.

Now is the time for universities to consider implementing solid edtech strategies by changing their paradigm about using technology in the classroom, shifting to a more asynchronous teaching mindset, and learning from institutions that have already done this successfully.

Join our expert panel as we discuss what the future of teaching looks like now after a year of disruption has changed the way we think about delivering education

We will discuss

  • How technology has been used during the pandemic. Was it what we expected?
  • Edtech success stories - How have institutions maintained or even improved learning outcomes with technology solutions
  • New and emerging strategies and how they will shape the next 12 months and beyond
  • Automation, AI, other new technologies and their impact on teaching into the future


Graham Glass, CEO and Founder, CYPHER LEARNING

Graham is the CEO of CYPHER LEARNING, a company that specializes in providing learning platforms for organizations around the world. Graham is a serial entrepreneur with many years of experience in the education and corporate training market. As a former senior lecturer at the University of Texas, he founded three companies related to technology and training, wrote several books, and is a frequent speaker at e-learning conferences worldwide.

Colin Christie, Director of Digital Transformation, Enderun Colleges

Colin is a serial entrepreneur, global connector, educator, and frequent speaker on digital topics. He is co-founder and President of the Board of Trustees of the Analytics Association of the Philippines. He also serves as the Executive Director of Global Chamber® Manila, a thriving and collaborating community of CEOs, executives, and professionals growing business around the world. Colin began his career in the technology industry in California’s Silicon Valley. He earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Chemical Engineering from the University of California Berkeley.

Cathi Allen, MA Ed, Executive Director, IHECP

Cathi Allen the founder and Executive Director of the Inclusive Higher Education Certificate Program (IHECP) located on the downtown Denver, Colorado Auraria Campus. The IHECP creates and administers higher education programming and supports for students with learning, intellectual, and developmental disabilities who wish to continue their education beyond secondary school.

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