Join Othot’s Virtual Partner Experience 2020
Every year, we look forward to joining together as a community, sharing ideas, and educating each other. While our virtual partner experience will be delivered differently in 2020, our focus remains the same.
Over the two days, we will share invaluable insights from partner institutions, Othot team members, and thought leaders. The schedule has some flexibility and breaks so you won’t be sitting at your desk for two 8-hour days in a Zoom fog. Our sessions are 45-minutes and there will be plenty of pauses so you can balance your daily work and the virtual partner experience. Whether you can attend the entire event or only a few sessions, we are excited for you to join us.
Current and future partners are welcome to attend Othot’s Virtual Partner Experience.
Join us to connect and learn!
What to Expect at the Virtual Partner Experience
Hear from Our Partner Institutions
Partners teaching partners is the goal of these sessions. Our partner institutions will share best practices and how they use the Othot Platform to achieve enrollment and student success goals.
Hear from Othot
Members of the Othot team will provide updates on new product offerings and new features and functionality in the Platform. We will also present research and the approaches we are taking to adapt our solution for an ever-changing environment.
Hear from Thought Leaders
Our slate of thought leaders from higher education, data analytics, and other fields, will talk about some of today’s most pressing issues. These sessions will offer some new ideas and ways of thinking that we hope will inspire your day-to-day.
Meet the Keynote Speakers
Dr. Nathan D. Grawe
Professor of Economics
at Carleton College
The Agile College:
Navigating Demographic Change
Wednesday, August 12 · 3:30pm-4:30pm EDT
Donald S. Burke, MD
Distinguished University Professor of Health Science and Policy, and of Epidemiology
Jonas Salk Chair in Population Health
Dean Emeritus, Graduate School of Public Health
Forecasting the COVID-19 Pandemic
Thursday, August 13 · 2:00pm-3:00pm