DigitalDWU

 

DigitalDWU

The digital age comes with one absolute – the world of technology will always be changing. As a result, Dakota Wesleyan will shepherd in DigitalDWU – a university-wide effort to incorporate technology into the classrooms and into the hands of every student.

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Why DigitalDWU?

Technological Forces

When you graduate college, you will enter a world very different than your parents entered. Your graduating class will be seeking jobs in the middle of the "digital revolution." The nature of knowledge and information is new - organizations and work are structured differently because of new technology.

Dynamic Learning Organizations

The organizations that you’ll work for (maybe even create yourself!) as a DWU grad will be kinetic and alive. They’ll be globally networked with an emphasis on information sharing. These organizations will rely on the creativity of you and your team members to respond to the ever-changing environment. DigitalDWU is set up to prepare you for fast-paced knowledge sharing and problem solving.

Ever-evolving Knowledge & Information

DigitalDWU will prepare you to thrive in a technology-based working environment focused on the ethical use of information. Our classroom experiences will allow you to communicate clearly and think critically while locating, evaluating and analyzing information from a variety of sources.

How?

DWU is ready to prepare you for the digital future in three main ways:

Applied & Experiential Learning

DWU knows you need a learning experience rich in applied and experiential learning opportunities. Growing evidence from the science of learning indicates that, whatever your learning style, deep learning occurs when you directly apply what you’ve learned.

No matter your major, you can experience the applied learning you need to succeed. DWU students have a variety of opportunities to experience research, clinicals, and medical/business simulations.

 

Dynamic, Engaging Learning Environments

 

Be prepared to work with other professionals who are self-directed, collaborative learners. The learning environments at DWU provide the right combination of staff and curriculum to locate, evaluate and analyze information in a digital world. Discover (and prove!) your digital strength.

 

 

Technological Literacy

 

 

Practice with the tools you’ll be expected to use. DWU is committed to strengthening our future graduates with technology know-how.

Read more about DigitalDWU programs:

Future School of Business Innovation and Leadership

The Institute for Rural Leadership

Information on Integrated Health coming soon

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