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Enabling Effective Teaching and Learning Experiences in an Evolving Hy-flex World
As teaching and learning practices have evolved with the increase of hybrid and hy-flex learning, it is more important than ever to ensure that the technologies employed and deployed support the community college mission to drive meaningful engagement for faculty, teachers and students.

As colleges look to strengthen engagement, focus on practices across the following three areas will become of critical importance:

• Importance of standardization across in-person and hy-flex learning modalities
• Tools and frameworks for creating, standardizing and scaling traditional and hy-flex learning modalities across the institution
• Recommendations for meeting a threshold for sustainability, security and resiliency

Join HP and Red Rocks Community College to unpack best practices that can translate into key takeaways for your community college.

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Speakers

Daniel Gohl
Head of US Education Strategy @HP Inc.
Daniel Gohl joined HP Inc. as Head of US Education Strategy in September 2022. He brings three decades of partnering for success through innovation with students and educators from pre-kindergarten through post-graduate studies. Daniel has deep knowledge and extensive experience in teaching, education management, and educational policy at the local, state, and national level. He is committed to helping communities, and the institutions serving them, ensure that education is contemporary, challenging, and continuous. Dan was raised in the Mid-Hudson Valley region of New York and currently lives in Fort Lauderdale, Florida with his wife and three children.
Bill Cherrington
Director of Information Technology @Red Rocks Community College
Bill is a highly motivated and experienced IT Director of Information Services at Red Rocks Community College with over 30 years of experience in systems, networks and cyber security. He has been an adjunct faculty for the past 10 years teaching Network and Cyber Security at Red Rocks Community College. Bill has also lent his expertise volunteering with “Cyber Patriot” teaching High School and Middle School students cyber security. He is on two High School CTE boards and one High School Accreditation Committee. He is passionate about computer science and machine learning and working to set up Red Rocks Community College to be a top performer in every computer related program.