Digital transformation in higher education extends beyond online courses and degrees. It also includes experiences for students, faculty, and staff while generating operational efficiencies through streamlined academic and administrative processes with data-driven decision-making.
In this webinar you’ll learn:
What digital transformation means for higher education institutions
Strategies for implementing digital transformation at any stage
Key challenges faced by institutions, and how to address them
The benefits of digitally transforming
Our panel of higher education experts will share practical information and global examples to support institutions as they embark on their digital journey and harness the advantages it offers.
Salvador Kalifa is the Chief of Digital Transformation at Talisis Group, an educational group based in Mexico that owns two universities (UNID, U-ERRE) and one technical school (IESALUD), with over 150 thousand students.
Aravinda Ram is Deputy Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Employability and Technology at Botho University- a pan-African on-campus and distance-learning institution based in Botswana, Lesotho, Namibia, and Eswatini. She oversees the University’s employability strategy supporting students and alumni.
Leonardo Lima is an Education and Employability Specialist within the IFC Global Education team, leading the Digital for Tertiary Education Program and successfully delivering global advisory and upstream programs to enhance digital transformation and employability in higher education institutions worldwide.
The webinar will be moderated by Amy Refaat, IFC’s Senior Private Sector Specialist.