Coursedog has come across a lot of great research on the centrality and importance of course scheduling to broader institutional initiatives in Higher Ed. We thought it'd be helpful to put it all in one place. Enjoy!
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We sat down with John Papinchak, University Registrar at Carnegie Mellon University, to discuss the topic, to assess what COVID means for Registrars, scheduling, and higher-ed writ large, and to walk through the ways Coursedog has been able to help our partner institutions.
It feels like it'd be nice to know the ROI of a piece of software if you're the Registrar/Provost/VP/Dean/Director/etc etc buying it.
Students’ needs are changing drastically, and universities recognize that they need to do more to keep up. But taking the necessary steps to de-prioritize faculty scheduling preferences to better service students can strain relationships between departments, instructors, and administrators as they endeavor to find common ground.