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Hear from Higher Ed Leaders on How to Innovate in a Crisis

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By Allison Fitzgerald, Global ERP EPM Product Marketing Manager, Oracle

How can you innovate in higher education when the budget drops out?  

As the COVID-19 pandemic has dramatically impacted the higher education industry, institutions have been forced to scramble to come up with new ways of doing business. There has never been a greater need for resiliency, agility, and innovation. Yet, the loss of spring and summer term revenue and an uncertain future have constricted budgets for most institutions. 

What strategies and tactics can institutional leaders use to keep the spark of innovation alive? 

Hear from leaders from the University of Kansas, Spring Arbor University, and Skidmore College about how innovation in the cloud is helping with the current challenge, and beyond. 

Register here to join our webinar on September 8, 2020 at 2 PM EST/11 AM PST to learn: 

  • How to fund innovation when facing the most drastic budget cuts in a generation
  • How to navigate the need to spend money on technology to save money for the institution
  • Where other institutions have realized measurable efficiency gains with cloud

This webinar is the second of our three-part series that explores how technology can be the foundation of resiliency in the higher ed industry. Join us on Tuesday, September 8, and watch this space for the third webcast in the series.

Register now.

If you missed the first webinar in the series, you can watch the recording here. Nicole Engelbert, Oracle’s VP of Higher Education Development, talks with leaders from three schools—Jo Ellen DiNucci, Boise State University’s AVP of Finance and Administration; Cheryl Gochis, CHRO of Baylor University; and Ellen Law, Rutgers University’s AVP of OIT Enterprise Application Services—about how to build resiliency in the new normal.

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