EDUCAUSE community members offer student success perspectives on the 2020 Top 10 IT Issues.
Karen Vignare, Ph.D., M.B.A, is a strategic innovator leveraging emerging technologies to improve access, success and flexibility within higher education. As Vice President of Digital Transformation for Student Success and Executive Director, for the Personalized Learning Consortium (PLC) at the Association of Public and Land-Grant Universities, Karen manages a US network of public research universities committed to improving student success focused on enhancing teaching and learning. The PLC is committed to effective use of technology to scale improved learning. She also oversees several million-dollar adaptive courseware grants providing leadership and support to multiple public four-year universities. Karen previously served as a Vice Provost, at University of Maryland University College, the largest online public open access institution where she led innovations in adaptive learning, OER, student success and analytics. She has published extensively on online learning, analytics, and open educational resources. She has a Ph.D. from Nova Southeastern University and an M.B.A from University of Rochester, William Simon Business School.
Adaptive courseware can provide a wealth of opportunities for students, educators, and institutions.
Improving Student Outcomes with Adaptive Courseware: The Every Learner Everywhere Network Initiative
The Every Learner Everywhere network helps colleges and universities use adaptive learning technology to improve teaching and learning, with a focus on increasing the success of first-generation students, low-income students, and students of color.