Holmesglen Institute have lived the challenge of delivering e-learning to students whose primary learning involve significant hands-on. Over the past months, converting to remote learning provided some really interesting learnings and has led to some pioneering of blended physical learning spaces with remote students. We’d like to share some of those learnings with you during this session.
The pace of digital disruption in education is one of the key challenges to traditional models of delivery. Evolving online and e-learning capability has the potential to reach an ever-widening pool of learners, supporting a growing shift towards a life-long learning mindset, where education is more personalised and available whenever required. Universities are incorporating online and e-learning approaches into their education portfolios, but what is required into the future to sustain the delivery of these digital approaches and to keep universities on the front foot of digital innovation. This expert panel discussion will feature DVC/PVC speakers and discuss the sector-wide approach to Online & e Learning: