How Personalized Learning is Flourishing the Digital Age
The President to President series brings together key leaders to share their insights. Each chapter of President to President is authored by a notable thought leader whose institution is at the forefront of innovative philosophies and practices that give their institution competitive advantage. Hyatt-Fennell’s own Marylouise Fennell, Ed.D., together with Dr. Scott D. Miller, President of Virginia Wesleyan University, serve as the co-editors of the series.
The eighth chapter of the 2019-2020 President to President thought leadership series is available online today. In “The Digital Transformation Age Means Personalized Learning for All,” Maryville University President Mark Lombardi, Ph.D., explores how institutions can improve educational outcomes by embracing technology and the flexibility it enables. He highlights the differences in contemporary students’ needs, goals, and learning styles and explains how digital tools make it possible to adapt higher education accordingly, ensuring academic achievement and the ongoing success of colleges and universities in a rapidly changing world.
Glean insights from the piece here.