Original airdate: Tuesday, June 28, 2022, at 2 pm ET
It is estimated that nearly 20% of higher education students experience technology barriers that inhibit their participation in hybrid and remote learning. This disparity is much more than a technology gap—it is an opportunity gap. Providing greater access to technology resources for all learners can create a pathway to digital equity for students, while also expanding and improving enrollment and retention at colleges and universities.
Attend this webinar with leaders from Western Governors University and Motlow State Community College to learn more about the strategies these institutions are using to bridge this digital divide while expanding their enrollment and improving retention.
Topics will include:
- What strategies Western Governors University and Motlow State Community College are using to expand digital access and equity
- How to develop and use community partnerships that can help to bridge the digital divide
- Ways to help educators better serve students by providing connectivity, devices, and infrastructure
- How to identify opportunities to make higher education more accessible
Dr. Tonya Drake, Regional Vice President, Western Governors University
Dr. Michael Torrence, President, Motlow State Community College (Tenn.)
Dr. Anne Clancy, Higher Education Advisor, T-Mobile
Michael Kubit, Higher Education Advisor, T-Mobile
This event is sponsored by T-Mobile.
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