Join us at the Omni Fort Worth Hotel on Sept 27 and 28 for the NUTN Colloquium on Alternative Learning in Higher Education.
The event, in partnership with Quality Matters, presents an opportunity to learn about the landscape and trends in alternative learning, the potential benefits to learners and the stakeholders with interest in such, considerations about quality and how it is measured in alternative learning.
The opportunities presented will also allow a forum for discussion about the current state of adoption and use of alternative learning in higher education and end with a vision of a future for education where form, function and provider align in a way that best services the learner.
The two-day event also features several speakers from across the country, including keynote speaker Dr. M.J. Bishop. Bishop is the inaugural director of the University System of Maryland’s William E. Kirwan Center for Academic Innovation.
Registration is open to both NUTN members and non-members.