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Ensuring Ethical and Equitable Access in Digital Learning
WCET’s 7th Leadership Summit will facilitate a discourse on three important goals that institutions of all sizes and sectors should embrace:
1. Equity as a demonstrated priority for the institutions’ students, faculty, and staff.
2. Accessibility as the lens through which the institution examines its resources, policies, services, and infrastructure.
3. Data and evidence-based decision making for student success and ethical questions underlying analytics engines and ed tech products.
WCET Summit LogoWCET’s June 5-6, 2018 Leadership Summit will retain the unique qualities of previous summits by creating a venue for thoughtful conversation, learning of exemplar successes and disappointing failures, and honest and open dialogue among college and university academic, business, and technology leaders. The three topics of equity, accessibility and data/analytics were selected because much has changed in the past five years as to how institutions are taking thoughtful and strategic actions to ensure, or at least improve, their policies, practices, and ed tech implementations around ethical and equitable access in digital learning.
An institution’s ethical and equitable obligation to student access and student success spans many academic and administrative units across the institution. WCET’s upcoming Summit offers a unique opportunity for directors and decision-makers across the campus to participate in this 1.5 day program as a team.
For each topic – equity, accessibility, and data/analytics – Summit presenters and facilitators will challenge attendees to consider how their own institutional practices, policies, and technologies are helping or hindering the advancement of quality and affordable credentials, access and retention of underserved students, and universal design of courses, digital resources, and emerging technology tools that serve all students.
The California Community College Association for Occupational Education (CCCAOE) Leadership Institute invites you to participate in the 2018 professional development training program for community college leaders who desire the professional skills necessary to be effective, proactive leaders in the 21st century involved in workforce development and the enhancement of California’s position within the global economy.
Program content, delivered in four days of workshops, aims to enhance organizational effectiveness through personal and professional growth in the most challenging areas faced by deans, managers, and emerging leaders. Led by experienced faculty and administrators with successful careers and expertise in leadership and community college savvy, the program balances classroom learning with real world application.