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Universitas Padjadjaran, Indonesia, visits CODE

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Universitas Padjadjaran, seeks to learn from and initiate potential collaboration with the University of London through the Centre for Online and Distance Education.

Dr. Anne Nurbaity, who currently serves as the Chair of the Learning and Teaching Innovation Centre at Universitas Padjadjaran, Indonesia, and her colleague Ms. Mira Suryani, coordinator for the IT E-learning division within the Teaching and Learning Innovation Centre recently visited London to present student perspectives on the use of Large Language Models in Higher Education at the 18th annual CODE Research in Distance Education conference on Friday 15 March in Senate House. While in London they also took the opportunity to explore potential collaboration with the University of London through the Centre for Online and Distance Education. While in London they also took the opportunity to explore potential collaboration with the University of London through the Centre for Online and Distance Education, meeting with Director Linda Amrane-Cooper and Pro Vice Chancellor Prof Mary Stiasny OBE.

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Universitas Padjadjaran visitors with CODE colleagues at RIDE 2024

Universitas Padjadjaran is in the process of developing and enhancing its online and distance learning programs, and  believes that engaging with CODE could provide invaluable insights and opportunities for collaboration. The visitors were shown examples of online and distance education capacity building programmes created by CODE for similar institutions in other countries such as Malaysia, China, Mexico and Nigeria and discussed potential strategies.

Commenting on their experience at RIDE, Dr Nurbaity  said “The academic and professional development opportunities RIDE presented were excellent. We are grateful to have the opportunity to present our work. It was an inspiring session because of the quality of the inputs, and the warmth of the interactions. RIDE gave us insightful topics on how we can develop our quality of teaching and learning and the possibility of practices to be applied in our institution.”