2023 Q1 Events and Appearances

By Michael Moore | January 27, 2023

2023 Q1 Events and Appearances

The last year and a half have flown by. It has been personally and professionally rewarding to have the opportunity to spend my time investigating the course materials revolution. It is not lost on me the unique position I am in and where it has led me. I have had the opportunity to share my work with audiences around the country. However, there are many who have still not seen the research. This is obviously very forward and self-promoting of me, but I wanted to share some key events that I will be speaking/presenting at over the next few months. I will drop links to the events so that if you have not registered and would like to, you can.

Upcoming Events and Appearances

Where: ICBA 2023 Conference & PRIMEtime

When: Wednesday, February 8th at 8:30am PST

What: Q&A session with Greg Fenton, CEO and Co-Founder of RedShelf, on the relationship between improved academic outcomes with revolutionary course materials interventions and student retention in higher education.

Register: Here


Where: CAMEX100 by NACS

When: Thursday, March 9th at 3:30pm CST

What: In a solo session, I will be presenting my research with some new perspectives on the impact improved student outcomes with Inclusive and Equitable Access have on student retention, persistence, and campus financials.

Register: Here


Where: Higher Learning Commission 2023 Annual Conference

When: Sunday, March 26th at 2:15pm CST

What: Brad Piazza, VP of Academic Affairs at Waukesha County Technical College and I will be delivering our Data Informed Decisions for a More Student Centric Campus presentation. This includes WCTC’s journey from a traditional 16-week academic schedule to a year-round 8-week academic schedule as well as our co-authored research on the impact of Inclusive Access on success rates at WCTC.

Register: Here

Wrap Up

Having the opportunity to share my work and talk with course materials stakeholders from a variety of different organizations and institutions is a privilege I do not take for granted. Engaging with people across higher education whose aim is to help students be more successful in their academic pursuits is inspiring. If you are attending any of these events and we have not met, I look forward to meeting you in person. As always, thanks for checking in and I’ll see you next time.