Innovative Collaboration Between Business and Higher Education
First In Class
On November 19, 2015 NOCHE featured Bridget Burns, Executive Director of the University Innovation Alliance and Joshua Barons, Assistant VP, Marist College at its annual Talent Dividend meeting held in Akron, Ohio. Bridget and Joshua shared powerful success stories and strategies that illustrate the impact Northeast Ohio can have with at-risk students and accelerated degree completion by working in collaboration to tap higher education's big-data.
NEO Talent Exchange, NOCHE's signature internship program, connects students and employers in the region through its free online database. NOCHE provides specialized workshops for employers to establish or enhance internship programs.
Personalized learning moves the traditional classroom experience from one size fits all to one size fits you. Through technology enabled learning, students learn at their own pace and in their own unique way.
I asked my big question: What impact will adaptive learning have on your universities in coming years? The four education experts who were sitting on the stage just feet from me are considered some of the top leaders of modern universities. They are men and women who are figuring out the best ways to educate […] click to read more
I am in Phoenix attending the ASU+GSV Summit and will be sending in periodic notes and thoughts from the sessions that I attend. Arne Duncan today told a standing room only crowd at the ASU+GSV Summit in Phoenix that technology is an essential tool to leverage access to education and to help millions who are […] click to read more