Wake Forest has done an exceptional job, I think, of creating this conference as a resource for the academic community at large. The goings-on of the conference can be accessed in realtime through Twitter at #rethinkingsuccess, which they are using as a Storify version of the conference. (John Fea and I are cited several times, so happy to contribute to the view of what going on). But they are also doing a good job of getting the word out in other ways.
Andy Chan from Wake Forest is compiling a record of the conference at his blog, and there you can access video interviews with the main speakers as well as summaries of the sessions.
There’s also been some good press, with an Inside Higher Ed report this morning.
Finally, Wake has provided a great resource page that examines these issues through linked articles and essays–a bibliography of the main issues according to the topic.
Kudos to Wake for providing a great service to the academic community.
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