Classrooms as we knew them are gone

Are you ready for the digital-first classroom of the future?

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Universities and educators around the world have done an amazing job of moving learning online. Challenges have arisen, been overcome and most importantly, students are being educated.

All this has happened due to a crisis that will come to an end and with a view to returning to “normal” as soon as possible.

But, what if that’s not what institutions need? 

The pandemic has changed the way we live and work, and study is no different.

In this webinar, our expert panel discuss what student experience means post-pandemic, what we’ve learned about digital provision, and how to cater for students that only want to learn online, while still providing first-class blended learning for students that want the full campus experience.  


Chris Bonfield - (Acting) Director of the Centre for Learning and Teaching

Chris is the (Acting) Director of Centre for Learning and Teaching (CLT), and oversees its strategic direction and initiatives to support delivery of high quality learning and teaching across the University of Bath. The CLT offers a range of support to academic teaching staff and all those involved in supporting learning and teaching, including curriculum development, programme design and the effective use of technology-enhanced learning (TEL). Prior to being Director, Chris was the Head of TEL, and during 2020 supported the University’s response to online teaching and assessment. Specifically, Chris has worked closely with staff on their use of the Virtual Learning Environment (Moodle) and other tools to deliver a high-quality blended offer– the Bath Blend.

Neil Stapleton - Digital Learning Platform Manager, Cambridge Judge Business School

Working in the field of learning technologies, in both Further and Higher Education, for close to 20 years, within the University of Cambridge Neil is the Digital Learning Platform Manager for the Cambridge Judge Business School, and is the strategic product lead for many of the technologies that make up the School's Moodle centred Digital Learning Platform. Working within the School's Digital Learning team, comprising of specialists in learning design, media production, digital content and user support, Neil is an advocate of continuous improvement and application of digital tools to benefits to learners. Neil has a passion for how the greater integration of digital tools can positively impact the digital experiences of both Students and Educators.

Joey Murison - Director, Catalyst IT, UK & Europe.

Joey has spent over 16 years working with online learning platforms, with a particular exposure to Moodle LMS. At Catalyst IT Joey is director of Sales and Accounts and leads a team of technical and pedagogical experts in the field of hosting, bespoke development, integration, system management and pedagogy who are leaders in implementing and applying online learning platforms to ensure intended outcomes are met.

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