11AM PT, 2PM ET
As the current public health crisis forces colleges and universities into lockdown, requiring students and staff to teach and learn from home, IT departments are rapidly addressing this new normal. Implementing new technologies, pivoting as challenges arise and solving immediate needs means that some things may be placed on the back burner or overlooked. While traditional learning is disrupted for the short term, what education will look like moving forward remains to be seen.
What higher education leaders can do now as they focus on enabling business continuity and online learning is look for opportunities to embrace technologies that can reduce risks, take advantage of new and emerging technologies, and break from conventional thinking.
Join the Center for Digital Education on June 10 at 11 a.m. Pacific/2 p.m. Eastern as our panel of experts discusses the challenges higher education institutions are facing today and the changes they need to consider in the long term as they work to provide an effective teaching and learning experience for students, faculty and staff.
Register now and you will find out how to:
- Recognize and embrace tools that can provide insight into your current environment and help expose the risk that hastily implemented changes may have created
- Evaluate virtual desktop infrastructure and desktop solutions that can be quickly deployed to satisfy students and staff as they return to a new university environment
- Take advantage of this opportunity to achieve faster application performance and implement a hybrid cloud disaster recovery model with Kubernetes and containers