Communication on our campuses has changed a lot over the past decade–the Chronicle of Higher Education shared this opportunity to explore what the University of Oklahoma is doing to boost digital tools to foster student success.
FREE webinar on Thursday, June 27 at 11 a.m. Pacific (2 p.m. EST) to explore the ways the University of Oklahoma implements “24/7 business automation tools to deliver superior student services faster and cheaper-and the totally unexpected quality of education delivery and morale benefits they experienced as a result.”
This webinar is not hosted by the tech folks on campus, but by an educator and an administrator.
Dr. Rhonda Kyncl, Assistant Dean for Academic Services, College of Arts & Sciences, University of Oklahoma
Dr. Rhonda Dean-Kyncl received both her M.A. and Ph.D. from the University of Oklahoma in Composition, Rhetoric, & Literacy. She currently serves as the Assistant Dean for Academic Services in the College of Arts & Sciences, where she oversees and coordinates academic advising for the university’s largest and oldest college.
Crystal Ary, Project Manager of Admissions, University of Oklahoma
For 9 years, Crystal Ary has been an Admissions business administrator with the University of Oklahoma, where she supervises projects that impact how the department handles documents critical to the admissions process. In this role, she was instrumental in the department’s Banner rollout, has served as project manager for the University’s Laserfiche enterprise content management deployment and will supervise the Common Application implementation.
Mark Walston is a veteran communications professional with a 20-year history researching and reporting on higher education, with a focus on information technology. Former president and CEO of Concept Foundry, he has created award-winning integrated communications campaigns for universities and colleges across America — and for Industry leading IT corporations that serve higher education. Mark has moderated numerous webinars for The Chronicle of Higher Education and The Chronicle of Philanthropy, collaborating with a broad range of clients including Blackboard, University of Phoenix, SunGard, Walden University, Apple, and SmartThinking, among others. Mark recently interviewed college and university CIOs and other senior officers for a series of best practice case studies on database management and enterprise software. He also authored an Information Technology Forum advertorial series published in The Chronicle of Higher Education.
Author of article – Lora Helvie-Mason