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Time: 12.30pm - 1.30pm
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Introduced by: Dr Aybige Yilmaz and Clare Conway
Host: Damian Chapman
"As the sun rises on this new dawn for higher education it is illuminating new digital models of learning and teaching, while at the same time casting a shadow of darkness across some traditional, increasingly old fashioned, ways of working."
Maguire, D. (2020) Learning and teaching reimagined: a new dawn for higher education?
Join us for the second in a series of lunchtime events hosted by the Design School. In this session we will explore the future of learning and teaching and the potential offered by a digital transformation of Higher Education. Building upon our experiences of blended delivery, we will discuss the opportunities for innovation in curriculum design, including ways in which technology can be used to promote a more inclusive learning environment and how our students contribute to the ways in which technology is used in HE.
Professor Sara de Freitas: Sara is an educator, author, researcher and public speaker with twenty-five years in education. She has worked in six universities in Australia and the United Kingdom in various roles from Research Fellow to Deputy Vice Chancellor, with experience in education and research portfolios. She is a passionate advocate for high quality learning and teaching and applied, translational and discovery research that creates social and economic benefits for local, regional and international growth and renewal. She has published seven books and over 200 peer-reviewed journal articles, conference papers, book chapters and technical reports. Her cross-disciplinary and cross-sectoral influence upon the academic domains of educational technology and higher education policy and leadership development has been fostered by sitting on over 80 programme committees and advisory groups, and undertaking over 160 international keynotes, presentations and public lectures in four continents.
Dr. Tony Reeves: Tony is Managing Director of Ding Learning, a learning design agency specialising in creative education. Through his work at Ding, Tony collaborates with people and businesses to transform lives by creating engaging and inspiring learning experiences. Ding helps people harness the complex dynamics of learning to create value. They have worked with universities, training providers, tech companies and local governments to show how better learning design can help them achieve their outcomes. Ding believes great learning design can unlock the hidden potential in both individuals and businesses. Prior to launching Ding, Tony led a PGCert in Creative Education at the University for the Creative Arts and he continues to curate research as editor of the Journal of Useful Investigations in Creative Education. His PhD focused on the potential for technology to create adaptive learning spaces in organisations, and he has published numerous articles and book chapters on the pedagogy of technology enhanced learning. You can follow him on Twitter @tonyjreeves and also join the discussion in the Creative Educators Network on LinkedIn.
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