This joint presentation will highlight how partnerships within the learning technology space can boost outcomes. The presentation will focus on the use of McGraw-Hill Education’s adaptive learning platform, Connect, and will explore how the embedding of Connect enhanced collaboration between a range of internal and external stakeholders. The presentation will be delivered by a senior leader from McGraw-Hill Education and a customer advocate.
This session relates to the conference theme around Collaboration for Learning Technology through its focus on partnerships. Our customer advocate will talk through each stage of the buying cycle of the product, demonstrating how, at each stage of embedding Connect, partnerships were forged – partnerships that happily have benefited all involved.
Participants who have a thirst for the use for learning technologies as well as a task to teach using technology should attend this session as they’ll get a first-hand account from someone who has gone through the journey of implementing a learning technology on their course along with the company that they worked with to achieve this. This session is by no means a sales pitch from the supplier (i.e. McGraw-Hill Education) but more so an illustration/case study of where a customer worked closely with an organisation’s products and how this drove results for their course prompting food for thought and ongoing discussion. In addition, this session should also be attended if someone is interested in student satisfaction and retention rates these are the by-products of the collaboration between a learning technology provider and educator.
People will leave the presentation with an understanding of how digital learning platforms can build collaboration across campus and beyond—from supplier to purchaser, colleague to end-user—and how this collaboration can boost learning gain. It is also hoped that individuals attending these sessions will be prompted to have further discussions with the speakers following the sessions but also to explore this sample case study with their colleagues to see how they may also apply some of their learnings in their own worlds.
Session content: evaluation and reflection
The session is based on the building of our digital learning platform into a course at a HEI. It is evaluated through student feedback, student surveys, peer feedback and learning outcomes.
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