Dynamic Learning Environments for Preparing the Next-Generation Workforce

Jeff Schaar
Strategic Allied Technologies

The education needed to prepare students for their role in the next-generation workforce has changed on virtually every level. From teaching tech-savvy students who have grown up in a connected world to delivering the right skill sets to future employers that have higher expectations, colleges and universities have to find ways to keep up. Ensuring you have the dynamic learning environments and effective educational programs that will give your graduates competitive advantage in the workforce is a critical concern. While creating a more dynamic campus and learning environment may seem challenging, the global economy offers many opportunities to succeed in this effort. Whether it involves connecting your students with experts outside your institution, enabling self-directed learning opportunities, or facilitating collaborative learning that extends across or beyond your campus, the 21st century classroom now reaches past the walls of a lecture hall to create a more compelling worldwide community of learning. Students with next-generation learning opportunities, you likely face at least three key challenges on a daily basis:

We understand these challenges. Our goal is to help you find the best solutions to these issues so you can focus on creating the most effective 21st century academic environment possible.