Equipping Faculty to Engage Learners:

How skill insights support career-relevant instruction
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In the fight to show students the value of their education, faculty are on the front lines

Career relevance is a leading indicator of whether students say their education will be worth the cost. But faculty often lack the data to effectively connect classroom instruction to the evolving needs of the market — and learner’s career goals. In this paper, learn how skill-based market insight provides a way forward.

In Equipping Faculty to Engage Learners, learn about:

    Why career-relevance in the classroom benefits both faculty and learners

    Tips and tools for addressing concerns and supporting faculty

    Three skill-based data points that help faculty design and deliver work-relevant instruction

    Practical suggestions for putting insight into action

Help faculty connect their course material to students' career goals