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Higher education: Using academic innovation and student engagement to differentiate your brand in challenging times
COVID-19 has changed the game in higher education. Universities and colleges across the globe are faced with staying true to their brand and delivering their coursework in a time when physical presence on campus is severely limited — if possible at all. There are ways to differentiate an Institution’s strategy and engage students so that they get a full college experience — even if they cannot set a physical foot in the classroom. Through this paper, educators and administrators will be introduced to three key strategies that can be employed to keep students engaged in content and perhaps even provide a more inclusive environment than the physical classroom. Threaded throughout the paper are theories on how to incorporate innovative strategies and communication channels to enhance brand messaging and build community in a largely virtual world.
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Sheri Lambert MBA, is a globally recognised executive and award-winning educator with over 25 years of experience leading initiatives at the intersection of branding and marketing in both the public and private sectors. She is a faculty member in Marketing and Supply Chain Management at the Fox School of Business of the Temple University where she teaches Marketing Strategy, Digital Innovation in Marketing and Consumer Buyer Behaviour at the undergraduate, graduate and executive levels.
Amy Lavin is Assistant Professor of Management Information Systems at the Fox School of Business, Temple University. She is also the director of the MS-Digital Innovation in Marketing programme. Temple University is a public institution that was founded in 1884, located in Philadelphia, PA. Temple is home to 17 schools and colleges on eight campuses.