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Expand Your Impact Without Expanding Resources Using EE’s 5 Ingredients for Success

At Extension Engine, we don’t build one-size-fits-all learning experiences. Instead we work alongside each organization we partner with to determine what they and their learners need, and then we deliver it in the best format for them. Thanks to our years of experience, we know how to create online learning that improves upon what our clients are already doing. Our goal is always to increase scale and engagement.

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Three Ways to Level Up Your Learning This Year

At Extension Engine, we’re obsessed with learning. This may come as no surprise — after all, helping organizations build remarkable digital learning experiences is our mission. However, we’re also curious about enhancing our own learning. 

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Online Learning Task Force: Case Studies

The pandemic has challenged higher education institutions to move their courses and services online quickly. However, despite the vaccine rollout, schools still face unique challenges heading into the fall semester, including providing faculty support, ensuring student success, and minimizing risk.

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Online Learning Response Team: An Efficient, Holistic, Adaptable Approach to Getting Online

The pandemic has challenged higher education institutions to move their courses online quickly. The varied status of each school prohibits a one-size-fits-all prescription for how to move forward. Extension Engine has created an Online Learning Response Team (OLRT) to work with schools with varying needs to define (and help execute) an efficient, holistic, adaptable approach to getting online. In this article, I describe our approach, highlight our work with two vastly different schools, and then provide a quick description of next steps to determine if this would work for you.

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Assessing Your Exposure to Risk When Going Fully Online

Institutions of higher education need to get their courses online. When this consists of 500, 1000, 5000, or more courses, it is clear that the institution’s efforts at supporting its faculty need to be targeted. In order to know where to direct its support efforts, school leadership needs to understand where it has its greatest exposure to risk in the transition from face-to-face to online. Extension Engine has recently helped a college go through the process of building a framework for assessing its own particular risk exposure and designing a survey to gather the information to help measure its risk exposure. We are currently helping them interpret that data and build a plan that responds to it.

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