Digital Technology is Changing Teaching and Learning

McGraw-Hill Education’s fourth annual Digital Study Trends Survey asked college students from across the U.S. what they like—and don’t like—about digital learning technology, everything from e-books to learning management systems. In this webcast, moderated by Campus Technology Executive Editor Rhea Kelly, we will learn from two experts who'll share personal insights into how digital technology has changed teaching and learning at their universities.

In this webcast, you’ll discover:

  • The ways in which digital technology can personalize the learning experience for students
  • The power of digital learning in helping students retain new—often complex—concepts
  • The promise digital learning holds for improving student outcomes

At the end of the webcast, you’ll have an opportunity to engage in a Q&A session with panelists.


  • Nicole Weber, Ph.D. ,Director of Learning Technology, University of Wisconsin-Whitewater
  • Manny Correia, Manager of Network Services and Communications, Community College of Rhode Island
  • Dash Ballarta, Assistant Director of Information Technology, Dell Medical School, The University of Texas at Austin


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