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Higher Education Hacks - Tech Tools for Completion

Higher education administrators, faculty, and staff encounter common problems that negatively impact student success at their early college high school, community college, or university.

These common problems usually include: recruitment, developmental education, retention, on-time graduation rates (completion), increasing costs, changing demographics, workplace readiness (marketable skills), and budget constraints. Through this session, participants will identify higher education problems, explore low-cost and higher-cost solutions, and connect with others through social media-based, higher education learning communities (on Facebook and Twitter).

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  1. To identify the MOST COMMON problems encountered by higher education administrators, faculty, staff, and students.
  2. To explore low-cost and higher-cost technological, programmatic, and service-based solutions for addressing the MOST common higher education problems.
  3. To connect with other participants to form two higher education learning communities: 1) teaching and learning and 2) higher education solutions.

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Jennifer Edwards, Asst VP for Student Success & Multicultural Initiatives, Tarleton State University

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