Presentation on theme: "Phyllis King Associate Vice Chancellor. Surprise, surprise: The future of higher education rests on the internet. Accelerated programs gain popularity."— Presentation transcript:
Surprise, surprise: The future of higher education rests on the internet. Accelerated programs gain popularity with student’s busy lifestyles. Majoring in free content Education is becoming “anytime and anywhere. Technology will continue to transform your institution. Plan for declining governmental support Coursera tops 1 million students. Who gets credit?
Phyllis King, Chair Academic Affairs Dev Venugopalan Academic Affairs Laura Pedrick Academic Affairs Beth Warner Student Affairs Beth Weckmueller Student Affairs Jeff Meece Student Affairs Cindy Kluge FAA Gesele Durham Academic Affairs Tim Haas LSBA Jacques Du Plessis UITS Johanna Dvorak PASS Jennifer Watson L&S John Hall UC Enrique Figuoroa Roberto Hernandez Center Stuart Moulthrop English Tanya Joosten LTC WooSeob Jeong SOIS David Yu Graduate School
Serve in an advisory capacity to the Provost for identifying, understanding, and interpreting the practices of emerging educational initiatives, their potential impact on UWM, and UWM’s preparedness and response to these initiatives.
Meet monthly to discuss current issues and trends. Members may be appointed specific topics to research (national and local level) and present to the committee. Members discuss the topic’s potential impact on UWM and offer guidance for action to the Provost.