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New Trends in Business Education: What Librarians Need to Know
With enrollment in business schools strong and predicted to grow (according to recent studies), it's more important than ever for academic librarians to stay up-to-date on the latest trends in business education. In this webinar, you'll hear from the Elliot Davis from the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) and Jo-Anne Hogan from ProQuest on the current and future information needs of undergraduate and MBA programs. Topics will include the shift to mobile learning, student and faculty content needs, experiential learning (like study-abroad programs), and the impact of COVID on all degree levels.

Dec 10, 2020 02:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Elliot Davis
Manager for Research @AACSB International
Elliot Davis is the manager for research at AACSB International. He is responsible for managing AACSB data and research surveys and publications. Elliot also provides research support for internal and external clients, on various topics concerning management education. Elliot received a bachelor's degree in Management from the University of Tampa and a master's of science degree in Marketing. Prior to joining AACSB, Elliot worked as a senior associate for T. Rowe Price.
Jo-Anne Hogan
Director of Product Management @ProQuest
Jo-Anne Hogan is Director of Product Management at ProQuest. She has been with ProQuest for 17 years managing various product lines, most recently business products such as ABI/INFORM and ProQuest One Business, as well as the team responsible for aggregated databases across the curriculum. Jo-Anne works closely with ProQuest users, customer librarians, and publishing partners to solve problems related to research and dissemination. Jo-Anne holds an MLIS degree from Western University and a Bachelor's degree from the University of Guelph.