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Thursday 29 September | 13:00-14.00 (BST)

The past few years have accelerated digital transformation in higher education institutions, with online learning becoming the norm.

However, it is not only digital learning tools that have had to adapt, with communication strategies at the forefront of the new educational landscape.

The right technology can improve student success and engagement, but many institutions need guidance on how best to utilise new platforms and portals.

To address these strategic challenges, this webinar, held in partnership between Times Higher Education and Ready Education, will bring together a panel of experts from academia and industry to discuss:

• How can you orientate new students on campus via technology?
• What student cohorts can apps help universities target, and why is this useful?
• How can you engage with current students via apps to communicate more effectively?
• How can mobile communications help support a more modern marcomms strategy across universities, and why is this needed?
• How does a personalised student experience enable student success and how can you address this through innovative technologies?

Speakers include:
• Hayley Billington, student communications officer, University of Gloucestershire
• Dhara Padhiar, digital content officer, Nottingham Trent University
• Anthony Phillips, country manager, Ready Education
• Marlene Tobias, principal administrative officer, University of Wales Trinity Saint David

This is a joint event hosted by THE and Ready Education. The use of your data will be covered by our respective privacy notices. (Available to view on timeshighereducation.com and readyeducation.com)

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Sep 29, 2022 01:00 PM in London

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