Undergraduate Class Scheduling Practice, Policy, Data Use, and Technology

November 9, 2022

Free Webinar | 11/9/22 | 1:00 - 2:00 PM ET

The class-scheduling process is complex for most undergraduate-serving institutions. There are numerous factors contributing to when, how, where and in what delivery modality a class is scheduled. Some factors are student-centric in nature and others more institutional- or faculty-centric. In this webinar, we will highlight some key results of the recent benchmarking report. We will also engage with panelists to discuss how class-scheduling practice and policy can be student-centric while still balancing the other driving factors at the institution.

 

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This webinar and the research were made possible due to the partnership of Coursedog, “higher ed’s academic operations platform”.

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Moderators:

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Dr. Wendy Kilgore

Director of Research, AACRAO

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Bridget Moran

Content Lead at Coursedog

Presenters:

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Joseph H. Paris, Ed.D.

Executive Director of Graduate Admissions at West Chester University

Michael S. Flanigan, Ed.D.

Associate Vice President - Strategic Initiatives and Project Management

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Jason Brown

Curriculum Assistant Manager, Pima County Community College District

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Gavin Hamms

Associate Vice President Enrollment Management

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