How to embed the SDGs into your online teaching and learning

Academics and experts in sustainability look at how universities can harness online teaching to advance the aims of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals

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23 April 2021
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Listen in to this fascinating discussion about how the digital transformation of higher education could be used to drive progress towards the SDGs, featuring Fernando Reimers, Ford Foundation professor of the practice in international education and director of the Global Education Innovation Initiative, Harvard Graduate School of Education, Natalie Kopytko, lecturer at the Sustainability Research Institute at the University of Leeds and Tara Ivanochko, director of Environmental Science and academic director of the Sustainability Initiative at the University of British Columbia.

Hosted as part of the THE Innovation and Impact Summit, we touch upon issues such as embedding sustainability into teaching, improving access to education, reducing inequalities and boosting inclusivity, enhancing cross-border collaboration and public engagement and reducing environmental impact.  

 

 

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