New Approaches to Engineering Education: Emerging Stronger

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As we emerge from a period that challenged the delivery of engineering higher education, what have we learned about new ways of teaching, particularly digital and remote learning. What do we want to keep and what do we want to adapt?

Drawing from Emerging Stronger: Lasting Impact from Crisis Innovation, the groundbreaking collection of insights from colleagues that the EPC published in September 2020, this online, interactive webcast will adding more evidence and case studies. The invitation is open to colleagues to come along and share their own best practice, failed experiments and promising opportunities.

We are honoured to have as our keynote, Sir Michael Barber, outgoing Chair of the OfS who is leading a review of digital higher education.

Keynote by Sir Michael Barber and first panel session

Second panel session and summary

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