Hybrid and Online Learning In Practice:
Perspectives on Reshaping Higher Education
Join us online this year with your fellow academic and technology leaders as they share insights about hybrid and online learning best practices, classroom innovations, active learning and learning analytics that inspire change. Each webinar will provide many opportunities to share your own experiences, provide feedback to the speakers, network with peers, and learn about new approaches using Echo360 and other video-based platforms.
Who Should Attend?
This series offers insights and best practices suited for academic leaders, educators, education developers, learning technologists, service administrators, and more looking to create an engaging online and hybrid learning experience with video for your students.
Following a period of enforced online instruction, what lessons can we learn about our teaching practices, student feedback and support, and adoption of different technologies, that can inform a new approach to classroom-based teaching as we return to campus. In this webinar, we will hear how teaching leads from a number of different institutions are seeking to enhance previous approaches and introduce more flexible teaching plans.
Session 2: Reimagining Learner Engagement and Assessment in Blended Learning
Wednesday, 10th November, 1:00 – 2:00 GMT
With many courses seeking to stay online in this academic year and the fragmentation of learner cohorts breaking vital study connections, this webinar will explore how can educators are seeking to create high quality learning experiences, blending teaching resources, feedback and assessment, and developing new links between online and face-to-face activities.
Session 3: Developing Inclusive Educational Practices with Video-Based Learning
Wednesday, 8th December, 1:00 – 2:00 GMT
The recent EU Web Accessibility Directive and European Accessibility Act have each highlighted concerning gaps in our provision of an inclusive educational experience for all learners. One year on, we will examine the challenges facing institutions and the steps now being made to transform all aspects of teaching provision and learning support.
Dr Ellie Dommett, Deputy Director, Undergraduate Psychology, Kings College London