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The Future of Lifelong Learning
With education and the economy changing, colleges see the need to rethink continuing education and embrace the opportunity – and perhaps the unfulfilled promise – of lifelong learning.

Institutions need to reevaluate how they engage with students who are looking to potentially upgrade their skills, change careers, or already have earned some credits but do not hold a degree.

A panel of experts moderated by Ian Wilhelm, a Chronicle assistant managing editor, will examine how the pandemic is changing lifelong learning, and how colleges and universities are supporting these programs on June 22.

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Speakers

Ian Wilhelm
Assistant Managing Editor, Chronicle Intelligence @The Chronicle of Higher Education
Solomon Aalo
Assistant Vice President for Outcome Assessment and Program Review @Morgan State University
Tonya Amankwatia
Assistant Vice Provost, Distance Education and Extended Learning @North Carolina AT&T State University
Bryan Blakeley
Assistant Vice Provost for Digital Learning Innovation @University of Washington Continuum College