Preventing a Student Retention Crisis This Fall

Administrators and professors have worked hard to help students continue their education this fall, but can we keep students engaged when they’re learning in online classrooms? Dr. Rebecca Glazier, Associate Professor at University of Arkansas at Little Rock, joined the  Enrollment Growth University podcast to talk about being prepared for a potential student retention crisis […]

Can we learn off other institution’s hybrid-learning curves?

Can we learn off other institutions’ hybrid-learning curves? Reported by Education Dive, as we seek to figure out technology solves for this next chapter and challenge of online learning across higher education, let’s make sure we understand what others have built and tested already. For example, Harvard University’s heavy-investment hybrid learning experiment includes many cameras […]

Increasing Student Engagement with Negotiated Curriculum at Florida Gulf Coast University

Is “negotiated curriculum” a great way to increase your student engagement this fall? Brenda Thomas, Director of the University Colloquium Program at Florida Gulf Coast University, joined the Enrollment Growth University podcast to talk about negotiating course curriculum with our students and the incredible engagement power of getting student buy-in up-front. The Negotiated Curriculum Experiment […]

Google Career Certificates: a next-attempt at certificate-first education

Google is making their next attempt at certificate-first education. Reported by Inc, Google Career Certificates are 6-month skill programs Google themselves claim will count equivalent to a 4-year degree requirement for new employees they’re hiring, including project manager, data analyst, and UX designer. The takeaway? Google’s efforts echo a broader trend of helping students increase […]