2022 Practice Guide: Managing Continuing Education Programs

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Why Read This Research

Continuing education has been a part of the US higher education landscape for over 100 years. As a result of changing demographics, consumer demand, and the acceptance of remote instruction, institutions are beginning to rethink their approach towards continuing education and tap into the market—some for the very first time. In this practice guide, higher education leaders and professionals share insights and recommend strategies for addressing current trends and developments in continuing education. Read this research to learn more.

Key Questions Answered

  • What are the three significant trends shaping institutional decisions about the future of continuing education programs?
  • What are the two leading technologies directly relevant to continuing education and workforce development programs?
  • What major practice trends and recommendations are emerging for continuing education and professional learning programs?


  • Vendor in Focus: Anthology, Augusoft, Badge List, Concentric Sky, Credly, EdInvent, Ellucian, Entrinsik, Hyland, Modern Campus, Xenegrade
  • Software Category in Focus: Credentialing and Badging, Non-Credit Course Management,
  • Authors: D. Christopher Brooks, Senior Analyst, Tambellini Group
  • Research Availability: April 2022

Table of Contents

  1. Executive Summary
  2. Practice Landscape
  3. Practice Trends
  4. Practice Recommendations

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