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Vision For Education. Virginia Folger Post University EDU 505.91 Jennifer Wojcik. Post University 1890. Post University is a Higher Education Institution Main Campus with 800 Students First University with full online degree, Online Educational Institute has15,000 Students.

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Vision for education

Vision For Education

Virginia Folger

Post University

EDU 505.91

Jennifer Wojcik


Post university 1890

Post University 1890

  • Post University is a Higher Education Institution

  • Main Campus with 800 Students

  • First University with full online degree, Online Educational Institute has15,000 Students

“Our mission is to provide students with the knowledge, personal skills and experiences required to become leaders in their chosen careers. We prepare students to become confident, competent, and competitive participants in the global market place.”


Today and beyond

Today and Beyond …

LOOKING FORWARD -

Increase International Students on Campus

Expand Honors Program

From typewriters to tablets

Post embraces technology

and provides students with

tools needed to succeed not

only in class but after

graduation as well.


Futuring

Scenarios

Futuring

  • Project outcomes5 years out

  • Preparing for what outcomes may occur with different paths followed.


Scanning

Scanning

  • Predict outcomes

  • Reviewing and analyzing

    current literature

  • Results in high quality decisions


Trends

Trends

Trends are distinct directions of change that point to new concepts or new patterns of behavior that will shape the future of learning. (2014,p. 8).


Educational trends

Technology

Educational Trends

  • Online Classes

    • 47% of 9-12th grade students want to learn online to “be in control of my learning.” (2009, p. 2).

  • Virtual Meetings

    • No travel allows the company to save money and time.


  • Economic

    Economic

    • Financial Aid

      • The number of students seeking financial aid is increasing as the cost of tuition continues to rise across the United States.  (Betts, Hartman & Oxholm, 2009).

    • Construction, Maintenance and Deferred Maintenance

      • Maintenance of Technology

      • Maintenance of Buildings

        Not taken care of these maintenances will cause students to go elsewhere.


    Future vision

    Future Vision

    Admissions

    • Create Presentation-

      • How admissions process works

      • How to write an admissions essay

      • Post Affordability


    Social media

    Social Media

    • Utilizing social media can increase student enrollment

    • Is cheaper then travel

    • Allows direct contact to students


    References

    References

    • 2020 forecast: Creating the future of learning. (2014). Retrieved from: http://www.knowledgeworks.org/sites/default/files/2020-Forecast.pdf

    • Post University. “About Post University. Retrieved January 16, 2014. From: http://www.post.edu/maincampus/about.shtml

    • Baum, S., & Payea, K. (2011). Trends in for-profit postsecondary education: Enrollment, prices, student aid and outcomes. Retrieved fromhttps://advocacy.collegeboard.org/sites/default/files/11b_3376_Trends_Brief_4Pass_110414.pdf

    • Betts, K., Hartman, K., & Oxholm, C. (2009). Re-examining & repositioning higher education: Twenty economic and demographic factors driving online and blended program enrollments. Journal of Asynchronous Learning Networks, 13(4), 3-23

    • Conner, T. W. & Thomas, R. M. (2011). Accountability, affordability, access: A review of the recent trends in higher education policy research. Policy Studies Journal, 39, 93-112.

    • Johnson, L., Adams Beckers, Cummins, M., Estrada, V., Freeman, A., and Ludgate, H. (2013). NMC Horizon report: 2013 higher education edition. Austin, Texas: The New Media Consortium.


    References continued

    ReferencesContinued

    • Karrer, T. 12 (2009). 12 eLearning predictions for 2009: eLearning technology by Professor Missal. Retrieved from: http://elearningtech.blogspot.com/2009/01/12-elearning-predictions-for-2009.html

    • Kothaneth, S., Robinson, A., and Amelink, C. (2012). Tablet PC support of students’ learning styles. Journal of Systemics, Cybernetics & Informatics. 10(6), 60-63.

    • Learning in the 21st century: 2009 trends update (2009)., Project Tomorrow, 1-6. Retrieved from: http://www.blackboard.com/resources/k12/Bb_K12_09_trendsupdate.pdf

    • Mietzner, D., & Reger, G. (2005). Advantages and disadvantages of scenario approaches for strategic foresight. International Journal of Technology Intelligence and Planning, 220-239.

    • Nyangau, J. & Bado, N. (2012). Social media and marketing of higher education: A review of the literature. Journal of the Research Center for Educational Technology, 8,1.

    • Picciano, A. (2012). The evolution of big data and learning analytics in American higher education. Journal of Asynchronous Learning Networks, 16 (3), 9-20.

    • Sobrero, P., (2004). The steps of futuring. Journal of Extension, 42 (3)

    • Vultaggio, J., & Friedfeld, F. (2013, Fall). Stressors in college choice, Application and decision- making- and how to reduce them. Journal of College Admissions, 7-12.


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