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Higher Education: adaptable, flexible and ready for tomorrow

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How are Higher Education institutions adapting to the challenges of tomorrow?

To ensure universities stay relevant and important, they need to change in a number of ways, including embracing institution wide edtech. Hear from industry experts as they explore the most pressing issues Higher Education institutions are facing right now and how they’ve had to learn to adapt in order to ensure success.

  • How are institutions providing world class student experience that delivers on their evolving needs and expectations?
  • Employability: Thinking beyond the classroom and developing skills and knowledge needed to live and work in a competitive and fast moving digital economy
  • What are the barriers to implementing innovation and technology in course delivery?

Panelists

  • Caroline Meriaux , Project Manager in Pedagogy, Stockholm School of Economics
  • Mike Day, Chief DIgital Officer, Swansea University
  • Simon Thomson, Director, Centre for Innovation in Education, University of Liverpool
  • Moderator from Education Technology

About Instructure & Canvas

Developed and fully supported by Instructure—a SaaS technology company dedicated to education, learning, and employee development—the Canvas LMS is part of an integrated edu-ecosystem, the Canvas Learning Platform. To date, Instructure has connected millions of instructors and learners at more than 4,000 educational institutions and corporations throughout the world. Learn more about Canvas for Higher Education: instructure.com/canvas/en-gb/higher-ed

 

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