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Scaling skills education with high-quality digital learning
Thursday 13 May | 11.00 - 12.00 (BST)

Embedding the teaching and learning of skills into universities’ curricula will be vital for enabling the next stage of higher education’s digital transformation.

This webinar, will feature a panel of experts from academia and industry who will exchange knowledge and examples of best practice about:

• Utilising blended learning to scale the teaching of the subjects that are most in demand from industry
• How teaching soft skills will help students work more effectively during their time at university and when they enter the workforce
• The increasing importance of alumni engagement as part of skills education to improve links with industry and aid student employability
• How to enable lifelong learning programmes that help both students and universities prepare for the future

• Bachmann Bálint, rector, Budapest Metropolitan University, Hungary
• Michael Hannon, vice-president for academic affairs and registrar, Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology, Ireland
• Alistair Lawrence, special projects editor, Times Higher Education (chair)
• Anastasia A. Minina, associate professor, vice-rector for international affairs, Saint Petersburg Electrotechnical University “LETI”, Russia
• Andy Poole, director of partnerships, Coursera for Campus
• Wolfang Pree, full professor of computer science, University of Salzburg, Austria

An on-demand video recording of the webinar and a summary article will be shared with THE’s readership via the THE/Coursera hub.

This is a joint event hosted by THE and Coursera. The use of your data will be covered by our respective privacy notices. (Available to view on timeshighereducation.com and coursera.org)

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May 13, 2021 11:00 AM in London

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