The University of the Future: what does it look like to Bournemouth University?

D2L finds out how Bournemouth University has managed through the coronavirus pandemic

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26 Jun 2024
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2020 will be an unforgettable year for the higher education sector. But with every challenge comes opportunity. As part of D2L’s University of the Future series we spoke to universities across Europe who are embracing change and redefining their teaching delivery.

Tim McIntyre-Bhatty, deputy vice-chancellor at Bournemouth University believes that people and interactions are at the heart of a successful university.

In his interview with us, as part of our University of the Future series, he also highlights how much work must be done to move to true blended pedagogies. But he’s optimistic about the challenge. “Our sector has much experience in the quality of its delivery, we just need to ensure it continues to be based on best practices for the benefit of everyone.”

In a year when coronavirus has accelerated the changes taking place within the sector, read our interview with Mr McIntyre-Bhatty to hear how Bournemouth University is encouraging institutions to embrace creativity and innovation to make the learning experience even better.

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