This week, Joe Gottlieb sat down with Dr. Saundra Williams for a discussion about womens’ roles in transforming the higher education industry.
President Joe Gottlieb sat down with CEO and Co-Founder Wayne Bovier to discuss postsecondary value and social justice in higher education and the motivation to get there.
Higher Digital President Joe Gottlieb sat down with Amy Shaw, the Senior Director of Customer and User Experience at Higher Digital, to discuss how higher education institutions can utilize technology to transform the student experience and improve accessibility.
Transformed is a podcast hosted by Higher Digital that sheds new light on the resurgence of higher education. In each episode, Higher Digital President Joe Gottlieb interviews guests to explore the new Whys, the new Whats, and the new Hows of higher ed.
Wayne Bovier, CEO of Higher Digital, a leader in helping higher education institutions drive actionable change, was named to Washington Life’s Innovators & Disruptors: The 2020 Tech 25. Every year, Washington Life recognizes 25 DC-area entrepreneurs, CEOs, and innovators whose tech contributions have significantly disrupted and impacted their industries.
We are pleased to announce an article by Higher Digital VP of Digital Integrations and Architecture Jason Pyle in this month’s PECB Insights magazine, which is dedicated to digital transformation strategies. Jason discusses how to select the right toolkit, based on a strategic assessment of the culture, people, and processes inside an organization.
Higher Digital, a leader in helping higher education institutions drive actionable change, launches a data-driven Culture Assessment that can measure an institution’s cultural readiness for digital transformation. The Culture Assessment is complimentary and available to any employee at any institution.
Watch Higher Digital CEO Wayne Bovier, former UMGC President Javier Miyares, and other higher education and technology experts discuss the recent evolution of higher education and its response to “The New Normal.”