Institutional Strategies for Blended Learning

Tackling the big issues one-by-one, you will hear from institutions that have successfully initiated change and embedded new practices.

25-26 Mar 2014 at L'Aqua, Cockle Bay, Sydney, Australia

Education & Learning, Technology

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Time and time again we hear people speak of the need for transformative change across tertiary education - but they rarely offer any answers on how to achieve this.

Tackling the big issues one-by-one, you will hear from institutions that have successfully initiated change and embedded new practices.

Use the lessons they have learnt to shortcut challenges you are currently facing and walk away with a plan for institution-wide change.

Learn from other institutions that have:

- Developed institutional strategies that balance effective learning and good business
- Aligned innovative learning design with their institution’s mission
- Developed sustainable and scalable blended approaches
- Effectively engaged professional and academic staff along the way

"Online learning completely breaks down the barriers to entry of time, space and distance, giving hundreds of thousands of people in this country and globally the opportunity to take part in higher education...These principles of affordability, convenience and choice will guide our policy formulation in this space, but not at the expense of quality"

Alan Tudge MP, Parliamentary Secretary to the Prime Minister & Chair of The Coalition's Online Higher Education Working Group, 11th of March, 2013

When
From: March 25, 2014 08:00
To: March 26, 2014 17:30
Where

L'Aqua, Cockle Bay, Rooftop Level, Cockle Bay Wharf, 2000, Sydney, Australia

Category

Education & Learning, Technology

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registration@criterionconferences.com

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