The Future of Social, Creative and Experiential Digital Learning
The University of London Institute in Paris (ULIP), Goldsmiths University of London(Opens in new window) and the Centre for Distance Education, are pleased to invite you to a webinar exploring what digital learning/teaching practices will need to address in a post-Covid-19 world.
Over the last decade there have been forecasts of the imminent disruption of higher education. Recently HE around the world rapidly adapted to an atomised world where physical interaction was no longer an option. Institutions, faculties and their students managed to remain connected only by the digital. But what comes after this first wave of innovation and change? What can we learn about new ways of coordinated, experimental, social, creative and experiential forms of digital learning and teaching? How can we question some of the custom and practice of both traditional and online education, and make something new and lasting for a changed world?
Hear from a range of interdisciplinary experts and practitioners as they discuss current practices and new trends. Followed by a Q&A session.
- Thierry Koscielniak - Chief Digital Officer at the Conservatoire national des Arts et Métiers in Paris (Le Cnam
- Sam Brenton - Director of Education, Innovation and Development at the University of London
- Matt Dane Baker - Senior Vice Provost for Academic Affairs at Thomas Jefferson University
- Dr Linda Amrane-Cooper (Chair) - Centre for Online and Distance Education and Director of Strategic Projects at the University of London
- Ayona Silva-Fletcher - Professor in Veterinary Education at the Royal Veterinary College
- Whitney Kilgore - co-founder and chief academic officer of IDesign
Once you've registered, you will receive an email with instructions as well as the link to our webinar taking place on Microsoft Teams. During the Q&A, you will be able to post your questions. These won't be visible to all but will be moderated and posed to the panel.