THE Live US 2021: Overcoming leadership challenges in digital teaching

Provosts at four US institutions discuss their leadership styles, the future of online teaching and how to balance the often competing agendas of governments, students and internal stakeholders

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6 April 2021
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Hear from Emily Carter, executive vice-chancellor and provost at the University of California, Los Angeles, Steven McLaughlin, provost and executive vice-president of academic affairs at the Georgia Institute of Technology, Jeffrey Holm, vice-provost of online education and strategic planning at the University of North Dakota and Sunil Kumar, provost of Johns Hopkins University as they discuss effective leadership styles, leading through a period of upheaval and the opportunities and challenges associated with technology-enhanced teaching. The panel was hosted as part of the THE Live US 2021 event.

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