A recent survey of chief online officers published by Quality Matters predicted that by 2025, programs that blended on-campus and online learning will become the norm for students. As institutions rapidly adapt to meet these demands, they are met with a challenging question: how will they ensure that they are creating diverse, equitable, and inclusive learning environments for their students?

As universities adapt to meet the demands of students and navigate online learning environments, they are looking for ways to ensure their technology, including online proctoring, is meeting their DEI requirements. Hear from thought leaders on:

  • How to overcome the challenges of establishing and using DEI in online learning
  • Ways to use DEI in online courses to improve student engagement
  • How your institution can adopt a culture of diversity, equity, and inclusion

Speakers:

Jordan Adair
VP of Product @Honorlock

Jordan Adair is a VP of Product that leads Honorlock’s product development initiatives. Jordan believes in delivering a solution that empowers instructors and improves the student experience. He began his career in education as an elementary and middle school teacher. Jordan has a Bachelor of Business Administration (B.B.A.), Entrepreneurial and Small Business Operations from Florida Atlantic University.

 

Vivian Springer
Chief People Officer @Honorlock

Vivian Springer is the Chief People Officer at Honorlock and leads strategy, programs and initiatives with a “people-first” approach. Vivian believes in enhancing organizational value by inspiring and investing in people, processes, and organizational performance. She is a member of various professional organizations including the Human Resources Professional Association (HRPA), the International Society of Female Professionals (ISFP), and the Society of Human Resources Management (SHRM). Vivian received her Certified Human Resources Leader (CHRL) designation through the Human Resources Professional Association and has a Bachelor of Arts degree majoring in Sociology from York University in Toronto, Ontario Canada.