Engaging students in hybrid environments is still a challenge for many administrators, mainly because virtual events can feel impersonal and lackluster.
With a few simple changes, you can start engaging students no matter where they are or how they attend an event. But to understand what to do, you must first understand what not to do and where the struggles genuinely lie.
WHY YOU STRUGGLE WITH VIRTUAL EVENTS AND HOW TO FIX IT
To further explore this topic, we’ve teamed up with Dr. Joshua Kim, Director of Online Programs and Strategy at Dartmouth College, and Dr. Edward Maloney, Executive Director of the CNDLS and English Professor at Georgetown University in 5 Reasons Why Administrators Struggle with Virtual Events.
During this webinar, you’ll learn how to increase student engagement by:
- Reaching across the aisle to faculty members who may have more experience teaching in a virtual environment to learn their best techniques.
- Striving to create meaningful relationships with students by being authentic and showing vulnerability.
- Including students in the development of events and allowing them to share their expertise.
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Dr. Joshua Kim
Director of Online Programs and Strategy at Dartmouth College
Dr. Kim collaborates closely with partners across the institution to develop a long-term strategy around the college's portfolio of low-residency degree programs and non-degree online courses.
Dr. Edward Maloney
Executive Director of the CNDLS and English Professor at Georgetown University
As Executive Director of CNDLS, Dr. Maloney helps define Georgetown’s strategy to advance teaching and learning practices, including developing innovative approaches to technology-enhanced learning, learning analytics, and fulfilling the Jesuit mission of teaching to the whole student.