Colleges and universities rely on and benefit from open communication and collaboration amongst students, faculty, and other staff (e.g. vendors). Unfortunately, there are significant gaps in their ability to access updates, news, resources or engage with fellow faculty/students.

So, what can higher ed organization do to remedy this issue?

In this exclusive webinar, you will learn the following:

  • Identifying challenges
  • Developing a digital transformation strategy
  • Building a centralized hub through key IT app and tool integrations
  • Implementing and deploying a winning student and faculty digital experience
  • Following the session will be a live Q & A.

Speaker:

Tim Walsh, enterprise web application designer, Otterbein University

Tim has worked at Otterbein University since 2010, bringing life and renewal to the university's website. From there his skills were extended to include reviving the university's main portal and intranet. He is the project manager and resident SharePoint developer. And he's responsible for the day-to-day content workflow and training for his team of content managers. Tim also manages system databases for the campus. He has a background in publishing and web development, and holds a bachelor's degree in computer science from Franklin Pierce University.