Out of class, out of mind?
wed31may15:00wed16:00Out of class, out of mind?EOCCS Community WebinarLocation:online
Even before the pandemic emptied campus classrooms, practitioners noticed a fall in attendance at formal lectures. Many possible causes have been rehearsed in the pedagogic literature, including the pervasiveness of
Even before the pandemic emptied campus classrooms, practitioners noticed a fall in attendance at formal lectures. Many possible causes have been rehearsed in the pedagogic literature, including the pervasiveness of recorded lectures, changing and non-traditional learner needs and the lack of learner attention. Engagement is a key factor in achieving academic success. Still, many learners struggle to consistently attend physical classes or engage with materials and peers. Understanding the reasons behind this can help universities and educators create strategies to improve engagement and enhance the overall learning experience.
In this webinar, we will explore the common causes of non-engagement with asynchronous materials and activities among campus-based and online learners. We will also discuss potential solutions and best practices for addressing these issues. Our four panelists will discuss engagement theme from many angles and we will give participants a space for follow-up discussion on key questions.
Key concepts to support asynchronous learning with online tools
Practical tips to promote quality assurance in online/blended learning
Contacts and networking opportunities
Designed for anyone involved and interested in online education, coming both from L&D providers (Business Schools, Executive Education Centres / Consultancies) and companies.
Attendance is free but requires registration in advance.
This EOCCS webinar will be run using Zoom. To have the best Zoom experience, we recommend installing the latest version of Zoom Client for Meetings. If you are not familiar with Zoom, please make sure you connect 15 minutes prior to the webinar. You can test the tool via this weblink.
Head of HEFi Digital (College of Social Sciences), Higher Education Futures Institute (HEFi), University of Birmingham, UK
Co-founder & CEO, Annoto, Israel
Co-founder & CEO, UbiCast, France
Deputy Director of Education (Digital) College of Social Sciences, University of Birmingham, UK
may 31 (wednesday) 15:00 - may 31 (wednesday) 16:00