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Upcoming: Relevant and Retooled: New Strategies to Recruit and Retain Adult Learners

Relevant and Retooled: New Strategies to Recruit and Retain Adult Learners
March 26-27, 2012
Concourse Hotel, Madison, Wisconsin

The University of Wisconsin Oshkosh is delight to announce our three keynote speakers and their presentations.  Read below and visit www.uwosh.edu/go/asrr for full keynote presentation descriptions.

Marketing Your Institution to Adult Students — Carol Aslanian, senior vice president of Education Dynamics’ Aslanian Market Research
What do adult students want, and where, when and how do they want it? How can your institution use this information to market and recruit students? Learn the answers to these questions and more.

Future Technology: Expanding the Boundaries of Learning and Education Rovy Branon, associate dean for online learning and technology, and executive director of Academic Advanced Distributed Learning Co-laboratory for the University of Wisconsin-Extension
New technologies are pushing the boundaries of how we interact with the world. Learn how your institution can use changes in technology to extend your reach to adult learners.

Turning Acts of Hope into Realities for Adult Students  — Carol Kasworm, W. Dallas Herring professor of adult and community college education at North Carolina State University
Build a retention strategy based on student success support. Learn about the four acts of hope that adult students have, and link them to key strategies in order to engage and retain.

Visit www.uwosh.edu/go/asrr for more information.

Fee: $175 On or before February 24, 2012; $199 after February 24, 2012

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