Patrick Pendleton, CIO, and Angela Baldasare, VP for Strategic Institutional Research & Planning talk about National University’s digital transformation, which involves working with the likes of D2L’s Brightspace platform to enhance student experience for both the students themselves and the staff who support them through their higher education journey.
The pair highlight how technology allows the institution to help students have autonomy over their learning experience, opening them up to a wider array of resources, while also monitoring their progress to ensure student retention and success.
Technology allows National University teams to bring a human side to its implementation and delivery, and marks a move away from building internal systems which proved difficult in terms of support and ongoing costs. Now implementing external learning management systems (LMS), the university now has more data points than ever before available to its teams, meaning the student experience can be further tailored to an individual's needs to enhance their learning experience.
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