EdUp Legal Podcast, Episode 51: Conversation with Paxton Riter and Jared Bruekner
EdUp Legal Podcast with Host Patty Roberts
Digital Commons at St. Mary's University
Listen to learn about iDesign, a company that changed the business model of online program management, long before the pandemic (and long before it was cool!). They bring a faculty-centric approach that focuses on quality course delivery and student learning outcomes when engaging partners in course design and delivery of online and blended programs, and they do so with a flexible fee-for-service model, rather than the more traditional long-term high-profit share costs of some OPM providers. Paxton Riter, Co-Founder, and CEO, and Jared Brueckner, Senior Vice President, discuss the work they are doing with more than 100 higher education institutions and share with us some evolutions specific to legal education. They discuss some innovations in online education and the importance of stackable credentials and flexibility in the delivery model as we adapt to a more virtual and post-pandemic economy and an increasingly competitive higher education environment. And to top it all off . . . they're from Texas! Thank you so much for tuning in.
Law | Legal Education
EdUp Legal, podcast, Dean Patty Roberts, St. Mary's University School of Law, legal education, legal scholarship, law professor, Paxton Riter, Jared Brueckner, iDesign, online programs, blended programs, in-course design, faculty-centric, flexibility, post-pandemic environment
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