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Futureproofing STEM courses to create world-class digital teaching and learning
Wednesday 9 December, 13.00 (GMT)

Times Higher Education and DigitalEd would like to invite you attend the webinar discussion Futureproofing STEM courses to create world-class digital teaching and learning.

The points for discussion will include:

*What opportunities there are for new ways to study STEM subjects with digital and blended learning
*Mitigating the challenges of being unable to teach in-person and at scale
*How data analytics and emerging platforms can give students and teachers the tools to personalise learning
*Creating high-quality curricula for upskilling, reskilling and lifelong learning

Its panel of higher education leaders will be chaired Alistair Lawrence, special projects editor at Times Higher Education, and Christina Perdikoulias, president and chief operating officer, DigitalEd.

The discussion will last one hour and both a recording and a summary article will subsequently published on the Times Higher Education website.

Our panelists include:

Neil Audsley, professor and head of Department of Computer Science, University of York

Michael Kölling, vice-dean (education), King’s College London 

Anatoliy Markiv, director of distance learning programmes, King’s College London

Catherine O'Connor, head of communication, business and law, Leeds Trinity University

Amy Patten, teaching fellow, Aston University

Hanifa Shah, pro-vice-chancellor and executive dean, Birmingham City University

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Dec 9, 2020 01:00 PM in Greenwich Mean Time

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