Experiences in Digital Learning: The Hybrid Experience for the Practitioner (University of London Institute in Paris)
The webinar will look at the changing mode of teaching and its implications on the professional lives of practitioners.
In June 2020, following the sudden disruption to the education industry caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, the University of London Institute in Paris (ULIP), Goldsmiths, and the University of London Centre for Distance Education, quickly launched the first instalment of a series of talks between digital learning specialists, looking back at what has been rapidly achieved and what lay ahead of us.
The webinar series now continues at a monthly pace. ‘Experiences in Digital Learning’ aims at fostering discussions among academic professionals throughout a very special post-COVID-19 academic year.
This webinar focuses on the arguments concerning the use of learning tools and methodologies, which impact how both distance and campus-based learning is conducted. It will also examine the discussions about the impact of various forms of teaching and diverse uses of learning tools on student experiences. This webinar will look at what the current transitions mean for practitioners, how institutions are implementing these changes, and what we can learn from these trends in order to better understand how this will affect practitioners’ professional lives in the future.
The webinar will be chaired by Centre for Distance Education Director, Dr Linda Amrane-Cooper.
Shoshi Ish-Horowicz, Head of Innovation and Learning at Queen Mary University of London;
Niilante Ogunsola-Ribeiro, Learning Technologist, University of London;
Simon Parr, Learning Technologist, School of Advanced Study, University of London;
Maylyn Tan, Head of Academic Development at Singapore Institute of Management Global Education.