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VIRTUAL Q&A: RESOURCES AND DISCUSSION ABOUT MOVING ONLINE

ENSURING ACADEMIC CONTINUITY & STUDENT CARE DURING COVID-19

Along with the entire academic community, we’re working on how to respond to the challenges presented by the COVID-19 outbreak. We know it’s a difficult time, but it’s also critical that we care for our students and help them continue on their path -- especially our most vulnerable students.
To help you plan and act quickly, please join us for a conversation about:
  • Moving courses online quickly and temporarily,
  • Supporting your students despite the distance,
  • Understanding student engagement online, and
  • Deploying mattering nudges during COVID-19.
We’re here to help, and we want to support you in any way that we can. Let us know if there is anything else you’d like to cover.

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Meet Our Speakers:

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Angela Baldasare, Ph. D.
Senior Strategic Consultant Angela is an experienced researcher, analyst, and consultant with a demonstrated history of success in data strategy and change management, helping organizations of all kinds effectively use data to inform strategy and achieve measurable outcomes. Angela's work as a strategic consultant at Civitas Learning is informed most recently by her 8 years at the University of Arizona (UA). 

Rob Robinson, Ph. D.

Senior Strategic Consultant

Dr. Rob Robinson helps colleges and universities leverage data analytics to further their mission of student success, with a specific focus on online learning, institutional change management and culture.

Resources

QUICK TIPS:
MOVING ONLINE QUICKLY & TEMPORARILY
We've compiled a few resources for your administrators and faculty as you prepare to move your courses online.

MATTERING
NUDGES GUIDE
We're in this together. Here's a guide to help students feel safe and supported during this uncertain time.

IMPACT ON
STUDENT PREDICTIONS
An update from Product Manager, Grace Gee, on the Impact of COVID-19 on student predictions.