The final two years disrupted many facets of upper training, and the academic expertise market—and the connection between faculties and corporations—aren’t any exception.
This week’s episode of The Key, Inside Greater Ed’s information and evaluation podcast, explores how effectively the various a whole bunch of ed-tech corporations that work with faculties, professors and college students truly meet the wants of the establishments and their folks, the place they fall brief, and the way they’ll do higher.
The dialogue contains two visitors who’ve sat on the intersection of the place expertise meets instructing and studying. Kara Monroe is founding father of Monarch Methods, a consulting agency she based early this 12 months after 25 years as an educational administrator at Ivy Tech Group School in Indiana. Kelvin Bentley is senior advisor at WGU Labs, the place he works with corporations that wish to assist faculties and universities educate college students at scale. Over 25 years, he has labored with a spread of public two-year and four-year faculties and a number of ed-tech corporations.
Hearken to the brand new episode here, and discover out extra about The Key here.