Assessment & Skill Development in Today’s Knowledge Economy
A Higher Ed Today Learning Community webinar series
On December 6, 13 & 20 at 2:00 PM ET, join Credo and representatives from Winston Salem State University for a discussion on how the changing landscape of today’s knowledge economy impacts the way colleges and universities teach and assess core competency development. Academic leaders will explain how faculty increased instruction of foundational critical thinking, communication, and information literacy skills beyond general education courses and how administration created a unified culture of assessment and collaboration. Credo CEO Mike Sweet will outline how these skills increase opportunities for recent graduates, positively impact the workplace, and align with higher education’s mission of cultivating lifelong learners.
Author: Olga Karanikos
Senior Director of Marketing, With a passion for enabling students of all types to access the skills and knowledge needed for success, Olga leads all marketing initiatives for Credo’s reference and education products. She is trilingual and studied International Relations and French Language & Literature at Boston University.