As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to disrupt the sector Higher Education, we ask how well universities were able to adapt.
There has been an incredible uptake in and transition to remote ways of learning, and many HEIs have accelerated their timelines on digital learning.
What do these changes mean for the widening participation agenda and ensuring quality of teaching and learning?
What strategies have been put in place where digital is not an option?
And what might this look like from September onwards?
Join experts from the University of the Arts London and HEPI as they discuss some of the immediate solutions implemented in response to COVID-19, how we can prepare the sector for the future and their thoughts on how we can overcome the challenges ahead
Director of Policy and Advocacy, HEPI
Dean of Learning, Teaching and Enhancement, UAL
Regional Head Business Management London & South East, Crown Commercial Service
Director of Access & Inclusion, University of Worcester
This webinar is just a part of what the GovNet Education series has to offer.
Join us in October for the High Education Summit, to meet our speakers, network with peers and continue the discussion on global competitiveness, offering value for money with virtual teaching, the safety of University estates and the long-term impact of COVID-19.