The Fall of Newspapers: What Higher Ed Can Learn

Tuesday, March 7
12:30PM - 1:30PM
JW Marriott - Salon E

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Caroline Howard
Forbes - Exec Digital Editor

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Doug Lederman
Inside Higher Ed - Editor

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Felice Nudelman
Antioch University - Chief Global Officer

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Jenna Talbot
Whiteboard Advisors - VP/Dir of Strategic Communications

Summary

Much like the Fourth Estate, higher education plays an invaluable role in today's society. Both have been designed—and have demonstrated an ability to—withstand fleeting trends or threats, as evidenced by their abiding existence. But the rise of the Internet brought sweeping change to newspapers. Higher ed is now faced with similar hype—how will technology transform college as we know it? Will we see major disruption, or an evolution in business models? Learn from a panel of seasoned reporters and media entrepreneurs about what lessons higher ed can take from digital transformation of media.

Event Type:
Sessions
Format:
Panel
Track:
Leadership
Tags:
innovation edtech higher education

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