DETC 84th Annual Conference
April 11-13, 2010
The L'Auberge Del Mar * Del Mar, CA
Just Ask: Partnering for Success
Mr. Alan Hensley
Vice President, National Accounts, Pearson Learning Solutions
Monday, April 12th 1:30 - 2:15 p.m. and 2:30 - 3:15 p.m.
NOTE: This session is one of three that will be offered twice, as part of an afternoon of concurrent sessions.
Do you have the vision of where your organization is going but perhaps aren’t sure what questions to ask to get there—whether it’s expanding the scope of your program offerings; delivering a fully online or blended learning environment; developing cost-saving textbook delivery options; or making textbooks a revenue generating stream for your institution? Join us for a session on partnering for success, where we’ll unearth the critical questions to ask and share best practices about these and other emerging topics. Discover the value of developing a strong partnership with a learning solutions provider that has your needs in mind.
Pearson Learning Solutions (PLS) is a business unit within Pearson Education, the world’s leading provider of educational materials. As an education partner and consultant to the for-profit school market, PLS is committed to designing total, client-driven education solutions. We are a team of world-class education experts, instructional designers, curriculum development experts, education course writers, development editors and experienced print and e-book publishers. We tailor solutions to each institution’s individual needs whether that is for off-the-shelf online, in the classroom or blended courses or fully customized curriculum development.
Mr. Alan Hensley has served educational institutions for 22 years. Joining Pearson Learning Solutions in 2004, he has worked with the largest institutions in the United States to craft diverse solutions to each institutions unique needs regarding delivery of educational materials, development of new programs, and increasing the effectiveness of existing programs. Though most of his career has been spent in the educational publishing and services sector, Alan also served for several years as campus Director for The Medix School, a for-profit technical college. Alan received his BS degree in Business Education from Southeast Missouri State University.