Join HolonIQ for the Q4 2023 Higher Education Digital Transformation Webinar Series and catch up with the 5 Trends to Track in Higher Education.
Register for each webinar via the links below to attend live, or receive the recording after each session.
Webinar 1: US International Education: 2024 Outlook
The US is the world’s leading study destination for international students and, post pandemic, is growing rapidly to once again reach the 1 million student mark. This webinar focuses the 2024 outlook for US international education, exploring the drivers and issues shaping global student flows to the USA in the coming years.
Patrick Brothers, Co-CEO of HolonIQ is joined by guest, Dr Mirka Martel, Head of Research, Evaluation & Learning at the Institute of International Education, a non-profit organization focused on advancing educational access and exchange worldwide. Founded in 1919, IIE collaborates with governments, educational institutions, and corporations to facilitate international scholarships, leadership training, and research opportunities. Through programs like Fulbright and the Scholar Rescue Fund, IIE aims to foster cross-cultural understanding and global academic collaboration.
Webinar 2. Micro-Credentials: Mapping the Alternate Universe
Alternate and micro-credentials have already become an important part of most university strategic plans, whether as a standalone set of offerings or integrated into degree programs. Increasingly integrated into qualifications frameworks and government funding regimes, micro and alternate credentials are set to make a signficant impact on the post-secondary education landscape. Join this session for an update on what HolonIQ is seeing in the market and thoughts on how the future might unfold.
In this webinar, we are joined by Louis Soares, Chief Learning & Innovation Officer at the American Council on Education to discuss the alternative provider landscape and how the combined learning ecosystem of traditional and alternate providers might support social mobility and economic growth.
Webinar 3. The Rise of Skills, Competencies & Degree-Level Apprenticeships
The pressure for higher education to deliver graduates with 'job-ready' skills is greater than ever. More organisations and governments are implementing skills-based hiring policies instead of using the degree as a proxy. Skills and Competency-based models in higher education are gaining favour, with degree-level apprenticeships emerging.
Join this session to deep-dive into how 'stackable credentials' are being used by universities and hear about new models such as degree-level apprenticeships and professional apprenticeship providers.
Webinar 4. AI in Higher Education: Impact & Opportunity
With huge advances in artificial intelligence capabilities and broader awareness of the applications and possibilities in the last few years, AI has become central to University discussions on everything from academic integrity to assessment & feedback, student support and advising, marketing, and many other aspects of the learning experience.
This webinar tackles how AI is impacting higher education - from the way we acquire knowledge, develop skills, or navigate the evolving job market. We'll dive into the results from HolonIQ's 4th Annual AI in Education survey and map AI solutions across the higher education lifecycle.
We will be joined by Coursera and university partners from around the world to to discuss current trends among institutions globally and how they are approaching AI and tackle thorny questions about whether AI can really live up to its promise of enabling personalized learning at scale, and how it might reshape the way we design and deliver higher education in the future.
Webinar 5. New Products & Partnerships for Higher Education
Partnerships, Platforms & Products. Join this session for data and discussion on how university partnership models are evolving. Changes to University educational offerings, the continued growth of online and hybrid learning, the re-bound of international education, and an increased focus on student experience and outcomes have been accompanied by greater attention to partnerships.
From OPMs, Bootcamps and MOOC providers, education-as-a-benefit companies, technology and industry collaborations, to university networks and alliances, this webinar offers insights into how university partnerships are changing.