Content Type: On-Demand Webconference
Learn analyses that every institution should consider to ensure their academic resources exclude non-essential academic expenditures.
EAB shows how advancement leaders are balancing annual giving trade-offs they face and deciding what to deprioritize to increase their team’s effectiveness.
EAB invites Pres. David Wilson of Morgan State and Pres. Hakim Lucas of Virginia Union to discuss the impact of the COVID-19 crisis on HBCU institutions
we kick off the Responding to COVID-19: Harnessing APS Data and EAB Best Practices webinar series with recommendations on how to prioritize courses for redesign
This webconference highlights the top 10 project management challenges, provides some IT Forum project management tactics, and summarizes the next steps in the IT project management functional collaborative.
In this webconference, we discuss the two possible paths for a course—remote delivery or no remote delivery—including how to determine which path is right for a course, what to do if you’re halting course instruction, and what other institutions are doing to continue instruction for hands-on courses.
In this session, we will share benchmarking data from a recent EAB survey of higher ed business leaders on current financial status and planned next steps, as well as case studies of emerging cost reduction efforts in the COVID-19 crisis.
Join us to learn ideas for your own English Language Learner strategy as schools shift to distance learning.
Learn ways identify students in need of additional support, proactively connect students to resources, and promote persistence and degree progress.
This session will use EAB’s research and technology best practices to help schools figure out the best way to support both students and staff while operating at a distance, including successful remote management tips, mental health case management strategies, and out-of-industry insights on trends in the field of tele-counseling that can help ensure students receive the support they need, wherever they are.