Every Learner Everywhere
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Strategies for Effective Executive Sponsorship of Adaptive Courseware Initiatives

In this discussion, Dr. Niesen de Abruna shared the background for the Digital Fellows Project, as well as the key takeaways from the work so far. Dr. Rodriguez and Dr. Ochoa spoke on their experiences as academic leaders working on the adoption and deployment of adaptive courseware initiatives and digital learning resources, including some of the challenges they faced and the next steps in their projects.

Recommended citation:

Bentley, K., Niesen de Abruna, L., Rodriguez, M., and Ochoa, G. (2019, November 17) Strategies for Effective Executive Sponsorship of Adaptive Courseware Initiatives [Video] Every Learner Everywhere.

 

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