Our post-pandemic reality has inspired college and university leaders to not only reinvent teaching methods in lecture halls and labs, but also digitize processes in the central office. In other words—finally making the paper chase a thing of the past.
Join an eCampus News panel of experts in the first of two online conversations to discuss building efficiencies in education.
You’ll learn how automating your district’s various workflows–from staff onboarding and 1:1 device management to digitized e-signature consent forms–can improve the user experience for administrators, educators, parents, and students alike, while also saving time and money.
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How much longer will our newsfeeds be stuffed with headlines either extolling AI as the greatest thing since sliced bread or damning it as a sign of the coming education apocalypse? It’s going to be a while I’m afraid. In the meantime, listen to Dr. Eric Wang, Vice President of AI at Turnitin, put much of the hoopla into context.