How to Build #1-Ranked Digital Transformation Programs With Duke Continuing Studies
About the Webinar
Join #1 Ranked Duke Continuing Studies to learn how your institution can bridge the critical skills gap with Digital Transformation course offerings.
Digital transformation is sweeping over today’s business like wildfire, faster than many traditional academic institutions can keep up. For example, The New York Times estimates that there are only 10,000 people in the world right now with “the education, experience, and talent needed” to develop the AI technologies—technologies that Gartner, Inc. predicts will be incorporated into every new product or software by 2020.
Since 2014, the Office of Continuing Studies at Duke University has successfully bridged this gap with industry partner Simplilearn to provide skills training in a variety of digital economy technologies, through online self-paced video courses and live virtual instruction.
In this live webinar, you will learn how Continuing Education can take advantage of the agility and affordability of industry technology partners to provide your students and extended education scholars the most current and specialized training courses and certification prep for the skills essential to digital transformation, including:
- AI & Machine Learning
- Big Data
- Cloud Computing
- Data Science & Business Intelligence
- Digital Marketing, and
- Software Development
This webinar will be led by Dr. Gabe Sealey-Morris, Assistant Professor of English at Johnson C. Smith University and a higher education consultant with more than 15 years of experience in R1 public research institutions as well as Duke University. Dr. Sealey-Morris will be joined by Whitney Murphy, Program Manager at Duke Continuing Studies and Logan Halliwell, Academic Programs & Partnerships Manager at Simplilearn.
Sign up now to discover and discuss proven ways to immediately add extended education offerings for career-focused individuals and enterprises seeking to learn new technologies or upskill their employees so they can stay competitive in the digital economy.