WCET’s 6th Leadership Summit engaged institutional leaders in a strategic discussion of how to best align and support an institution’s human capital, technology investments, and content strategy to sustain innovation in teaching and learning. Consider these job titles – chief learning officer, design engineer, data scientist, content strategist, user experience analyst, assessment director, and student data privacy director. These professional roles that support technology-enhanced teaching and learning were relatively uncommon just three years ago. Today, however, these positions are vital in the delivery of CBE, personalized learning, virtual reality, and other approaches to improve student learning outcomes.
WCET’s highly rated Leadership Summits provide a balance of expert presentations coupled with facilitated conversations among a broadly representative audience of higher education practitioners and senior-level administrators. There is no one path to building and sustaining institutional capacities for innovation.
The Summit program addressed these questions and more: