How can you communicate clearly and regularly in order to establish trust, build confidence, and set clear expectations of your value to both students and their parents?
As new and returning students (and their parents) prepare for a new normal in the fall, how can you assure them of a quality educational experience, even if it begins online? We’ve curated this collection of resources to assist you in doing just that.
Get your students and their families excited about the unique opportunities of Fall 2020 as you lay the groundwork for keeping them informed and on track.
This tool enables you to evaluate the effectiveness of your presentations—and identify areas of improvement—in five key categories: Audience, Message, Story, Media/Slides, and Delivery.
Get dozens of particular pointers to better connect with your audience, refine your message, structure your story, get the most out of your media, and polish your delivery.
BENCHMARKS + KPIs
Learn the operational considerations and mandatories of a successful, student-centric online experience, including online admissions, registration, financial aid help, and more.
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT + TRAINING
In this recorded webinar, Kari Kovar, Chief Operating Officer at Helix Education, breaks down the Four Essentials of Expectation Management. Learn how to effectively communicate, define responsibilities, plan, and monitor feedback to ensure your institution exceeds student and parent expectations as you transition toward online education together.
Kat Cornetta, Assistant to the Dean of Students at Boston University, joined Helix Education’s Enrollment Growth University podcast to discuss when to speak vs. when to be silent on social media when navigating national tragedies.
Samantha Krotzer, Content Manager at Temple University, joined Helix Education’s Enrollment Growth University podcast to discuss how their Nutshell Newsletter serves to fill the gap between enrollment and alumni communications and better engage current students.
As you assemble a communications plan for parents, it’s important to know who they are. In this presentation, you’ll discover that, while parents differ by geographic region and socioeconomic factors, there are some generalizations and trends to keep in mind.
Become Certified in Online Learning
A PARTNERSHIP BETWEEN
Need a comprehensive solution for your institution?
This National Institute of Online Learning certificate, powered by MindEdge, combines five courses to provide you with a comprehensive understanding of the simulations, tools, and techniques that can transform your online course content.
In addition to earning IACET CEU credit, you will also receive a Mozilla Open Badge for Online Learning.
Gain Expertise in Key Areas
Take key subjects on one at a time. Learners who successfully complete these courses will receive a Mozilla Open Badge and IACET CEU credit.
Introduction to Online Learning
An excellent primer on the fundamental models, tools, and techniques for creating and delivering online learning.
Examine how narrative case studies and role-playing can facilitate “learning by doing” in the online space.
Online Learning Accessibility
Measure your institution’s ability to accommodate students with disabilities that may be magnified by learning online.
Faculty can still deliver quality lessons and assist struggling learners in an online setting. Here’s how.
The Technology of Online Learning
Online instruction brings with it a specialized vocabulary. Consider this your invaluable glossary to these terms.