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Casting a Wide Net: Using LMS, CRM and Video Conferencing systems to connect adult students

Thursday, March 15 | 4:45 PM - 6:15 PM | 

Session Type: General

Delivery Format: Roundtable Discussion

Attend this discussion regarding the use of LMS, CRM and Video Conferencing systems to connect adult students, regardless of location/platform and improve adult student retention, even with non-integrated systems. We will share ways to include adult students into the culture and fabric of the historic institution and brainstorm ways to strengthen the adult student community.

Outcomes:Brainstorm ways to use your existing systems to attract adult students. Learn how to integrate new strategies into your current system. Discuss ways to collaborate with various departments to achieve the desired result, retain students.



Dr. Crystal Toombs
Assistant Vice President for Student Support at Brenau University

Mary Johnson

Brenau University


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