Close to 400 people participated in the first Reimagining Minnesota State Forum on Dec. 10. The session recording and the presenters’ PowerPoints are available on the Reimagining website.
Register today at: https://reimaginingforum2.eventbrite.com for the second Reimagining Minnesota State Forum from 10 to 11:45 a.m., Monday, Jan. 14, at St. Cloud State University. The session discussion will be “The Digital Age: The impact and future possibilities offered by data and technology.”
For those at Metropolitan State, the forum will be webcast in Student Center, room 101, at the Dayton’s Bluff campus. An debrief and informal discussion will follow.
During this session, presenters will share how emerging technologies, data analytics, and artificial intelligence are reshaping learning, student support, and operations and changing expectations for delivery among students and employers. The session will explore ways the higher education industry is reacting, adapting, and thriving through technology-driven innovation in a rapidly changing environment.
Reimagining Minnesota State is a strategic visioning process designed to rethink system operations. It also strives to position Minnesota State as an interdependent network of colleges and universities that is focused on the success of all students and communities in Minnesota. Additional information about the speakers, the briefing paper, and guiding questions are available on the Reimagining website.
For the Jan. 14 session: Additional time will be given to engage in conversation about the topic. There will be a facilitated post-forum discussion from noon to 1 p.m. for attendees to discuss and respond to the information and perspectives shared during the session. Those who are participating via livestream are encouraged to use the guiding questions document to engage in own discussion with colleagues.
A schedule of future sessions can be found at this page in New@Metro.