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Maximising outcomes with blended learning: Present and future strategies for taking a student-centred approach
Thursday 30 September | 11.00 – 12.00 (BST)

Blended learning is now a critical component of how universities manage the modern student journey. With many strategic challenges about its implementation and delivery still ongoing, this webinar will bring together a panel of experts from industry and academia to exchange knowledge and best practice about:

• What teaching experiences during the past 18 months can inform future blended learning programmes
• The benefits of and obstacles to integrating authentic learning and assessment into blended delivery
• Identifying the dominant blended pedagogies for synchronous and asynchronous teaching and learning
• Using blended learning to embed digital skills education and its benefits (e.g. maximising student employability)
• What digital tools and platforms should deliver to support the delivery of blended learning in-person and online

Speakers include:
• Mark Andrews, strategic development manager, Adobe
• Alistair Lawrence, special projects editor, Times Higher Education (chair)
• Claire Lucas, professor of engineering teaching and learning, King's College London
• Ann Thanaraj, head of online learning, Teesside University

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

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Sep 30, 2021 11:00 AM in London

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