Three things you won’t want to miss from Learning(Hu)Man 2020

three things you won't want to miss from Learning(Hu)Man 2020

Summer camp isn’t just for the kids anymore. During the week of July 20, 2020, there is a digital immersion event, Learning(Hu)Man, hosted by Arizona State University that will bring insights from industry leaders and allow for networking with peers and vendors. You won’t want to miss the opportunity to discuss the challenges that the school year brings, and how to make the most of technology investments to keep things moving.

  • Kick off the week with a keynote from Arizona State University President, Michael Crow. He will discuss how education has changed in the face of the coronavirus crisis, and how cloud-based ERP is at the forefront of this change. Immediately following is a panel with leaders from Arizona State University, Marymount College, and Palm Beach State College on what the next chapter of higher education will look like, and key actions to keep higher education on the path to success.
  • There are two opportunities during the week to catch a virtual test drive of Workday Student and learn why it is a top choice for many institutions for their digital transformations. Experience the platform’s advantages and get a behind-the-scenes look at how Workday Student can simplify existing processes.
  • Later in the week, check out the breakout session on how cloud technology allowed the University of Virginia to shift employees to a remote setting overnight during the COVID-19 crisis, and how they’re using technology to plan for on-site activities in the upcoming school year.

Join us for this exciting week of learning, camaraderie, and camp fun with Arizona State University. Learning (Hu)Man is a great opportunity to connect with higher education experts and get insights in how to approach the upcoming school year, and better serve students, and advance learner success.

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three things you won't want to miss from Learning(Hu)Man 2020

Summer camp isn’t just for the kids anymore. During the week of July 20, 2020, there is a digital immersion event, Learning(Hu)Man, hosted by Arizona State University that will bring insights from industry leaders and allow for networking with peers and vendors. You won’t want to miss the opportunity to discuss the challenges that the school year brings, and how to make the most of technology investments to keep things moving.

  • Kick off the week with a keynote from Arizona State University President, Michael Crow. He will discuss how education has changed in the face of the coronavirus crisis, and how cloud-based ERP is at the forefront of this change. Immediately following is a panel with leaders from Arizona State University, Marymount College, and Palm Beach State College on what the next chapter of higher education will look like, and key actions to keep higher education on the path to success.
  • There are two opportunities during the week to catch a virtual test drive of Workday Student and learn why it is a top choice for many institutions for their digital transformations. Experience the platform’s advantages and get a behind-the-scenes look at how Workday Student can simplify existing processes.
  • Later in the week, check out the breakout session on how cloud technology allowed the University of Virginia to shift employees to a remote setting overnight during the COVID-19 crisis, and how they’re using technology to plan for on-site activities in the upcoming school year.

Join us for this exciting week of learning, camaraderie, and camp fun with Arizona State University. Learning (Hu)Man is a great opportunity to connect with higher education experts and get insights in how to approach the upcoming school year, and better serve students, and advance learner success.