What is the long-term impact of online learning?

Online learning looks set to remain central to the delivery of higher education long after the pandemic. In this webinar Maryanne Dever and Diana Laurillard discuss what the long-term impact of this might be, on teaching, student support, well-being and the sector as a whole


22 Dec 2021
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Online learning has been vital to the continued provision of higher education during the pandemic and now looks set to remain a central pillar of most institutions teaching strategy. In this webinar, two leading academics in the UK and Australia explore what the long-term impact of this might be, on teaching styles, student support and the sector as a whole.

Featuring Maryanne Dever, pro vice-chancellor of education and digital at Australian National University and Diana Laurillard, professor of learning with digital technologies at the University College London Knowledge Lab. This webinar was recorded as part of the THE Teaching Excellence Summit 2021. Further recordings of informative panel discussions can be found via the event website.

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