The recent COVID-19 pandemic has uprooted residential education programs across the country, and university campuses quickly pivoted to emergency remote course delivery. During this unprecedented time, many institutions turned to their leaders and experts of at-scale affordable learning to lead, coordinate, or contribute to this remote delivery.
What does at-scale mean now that we are all online? How do we support a horizontal scale versus vertical growth? How we do move forward with at-scale and affordable education in crisis?
Join Georgia Tech Professional Education for an intensive virtual conversation on the current- and future-state of at-scale programs. Featured insights:
2:30-3:00 p.m. EST | 18:30-19:00 UTC
Introductory Thoughts by Nelson Baker, Ph.D., Georgia Tech Professional Education
3:00-3:45 p.m. EST | 19:00-19:45 UTC
"What Does Scale Mean Now That We Are All Online?" Rovy Branon, Ph.D., University of Washington Continuum College
3:45-4:15 p.m. EST | 19:45-20:15 UTC
"Non-Credit At-Scale Programs Strategy in Today's World," Susan Catron, Ed.D., University of California-Davis and Tracy Tan, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
4:15-5:00 p.m. EST | 20:15-21:00 UTC
"We All Have to Be At-Scale Learning Institutions Now," Charles Isbell, Ph.D., Georgia Institute of Technology