Last year, Course Hero hosted hundreds of college educators of all ranks and disciplines from institutions nationwide, including Columbia University, Pennsylvania State University, Stanford University, Virginia Polytechnic Institute, University of California at Los Angeles, University of California at Berkeley, Georgetown University, University of Illinois, Drexel University, University of Idaho, Santa Clara University, Morehouse College, and more.
We are building what we wish we’d had when we were teaching.
What is the Course Hero Education Summit?
The Course Hero Education Summit is an annual networking event that connects educators—to each other, to the larger teaching and learning community, and to valuable teaching resources.
With programming that includes workshops, presentations, and roundtable discussions focused on innovative pedagogy, the Course Hero Education Summit gives educators more of what they need to help them and their students succeed.
Why are we doing this?
The Course Hero Educator Community team is a group of former educators who are partnering with product, engineering, and design teams to build what we wish we’d had when we were teaching: an online postsecondary educator community—a teaching-focused community—and resource-sharing library. And the only way we can continue to understand what to build is by meeting and connecting with top educators.
What is the theme of this year’s Summit?
The theme of this year’s Summit is “What Follows? Charting a New Course for Higher Education,” and the Summit programming will focus on highlighting innovative and collaborative approaches to teaching and learning, and on celebrating forward-thinking educators who are passionate about their students’ success.
What attendees had to say about the 2018 Education Summit
Thank you for an amazing conference. As hosts, you were stellar and the other invited guests were so compatible and knowledgeable it would have easily been a longer stay and everyone would still be conversing with each other. It was an interesting match of educators with common interests in developing students instead of forcing students into molds. I am still wondering how you found so many compatible educators with common interests.”
I had the opportunity to meet some remarkable colleagues, learn about Course Hero, listen to accomplished speakers, and I left feeling inspired.... I appreciate the work Course Hero is doing to support student learning and provide resources for faculty looking to enrich their teaching.”