Expanding the Digital Curriculum: 

How colleges are preparing students for tech savvy jobs

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Employers and colleges agree: Students — no matter the major — need to graduate with the digital acumen to work in the modern workplace. Previously, higher ed largely either relied on employers to impart those skills or expected students, the so-called “digital natives,” to learn them intuitively.

Today many colleges are looking for ways to embed digital skills throughout the curriculum — whether it’s a STEM program or Greek history — and make sure that graduates can reflect that education on their transcript.

Download The Chronicle’s latest higher education insights report to examine those diverse efforts to find out what’s getting traction, what still needs to be done, and what students and faculty think of the changes.

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