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There was much discussion at the recent World Education Summit 2019 in Delhi around the draft National Education Policy (NEP); I just wanted to focus on one small, but vital section – (12.4) which relates to the internationalisation of higher education.
Topics: Higher Education
Following on from last week’s blog on the eight themes of engagement that could underpin your institution’s app technology deployment and adoption strategy – today we’re talking ‘ground rules’. Check out these five basic principles that need to be addressed in order for your digital student engagement plan to be effective.
Apart from exciting your students with a flashy new app – have you thought about your endgame? Understanding what you want to achieve by introducing your app will keep your decision-makers focussed on what’s important in your digital student engagement strategy. Here we talk about the eight themes of engagement that are most likely to be of genuine benefit to your students and/or your institution.
Do you collect student feedback from your support desk only to wonder what to do with it? Do you celebrate the good statistics and tend to shy away from the bad?
Let’s talk about feedback for a moment.
The UK higher education sector is one of the most international in the world; however in some cases payment processes can cause stress and confusion for EU students, and also problems and inefficiencies for the university.
Tribal Edge is THE next generation student information system. Tribal Edge has been built from the ground up as a Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) platform, delivered from the cloud, so there is no need for on-premise infrastructure.
The world of higher education is changing. New providers are challenging traditional education models, and technology is transforming the way that students expect to learn and be taught. Many changes are already visible in colleges and campuses, and they all point towards a radical digital transformation of the student experience.
Augar's review of post-18 (tertiary) education is a tale of two halves. But one thing's for sure, it's about to stir up change and no more so than in the higher education (HE) space. Specifically for HE, the review addresses four main areas of uncertainty:
In part one of our blog series we looked at the changes to technology over the past few decades and how through much of this period Tribal have successfully navigated these decades introducing solutions and products that harness some of technology we highlighted to improve efficiency and the student experience.