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59 minutes | 21 days ago
Panel Discussion: The Future of International Programmes
Education is truly a global offering. Institutions rank on a global scale, and universities compete trans-nationally for research attention, funding, and talent. Students are similarly global, and they consider their needs and preferences from a global marketplace and a diversity of offerings.The COVID-19 pandemic continues to restrict travel and will continue through 2021. With such an impact on international student mobility, institutions must re-consider their traditional teaching models and approach to student recruitment.International foundation programmes are no different and have had to adjust quickly to a remote learner need.In this webinar hosted by our UK Learning Design Practice Lead, Tom Whitford explored the future landscape for university and pathway providers with Professor Mary Stiasny, PVC International and Chief Executive of University of London Worldwide, Jo Mithen CEO and Executive Director at Monash College in Australia and David Bowser, the CEO of Curio.Listen to find out what is in store for IFPs in the future. If you'd like to stay up to date with Curio's content series, register your interest here: https://curio.co/news/signup
37 minutes | 2 months ago
Putting the 'Human' into Online (2) : What's the future for the use of data in the higher education sector?
As many young people are reassessing the contract via which they give up data in return for improved services, we tackle the following important questions in the latest instalment of our Putting the 'Human' in Online series:How effective are the existing measures of student satisfaction?How can you measure inclusivity and avoid bias?Is the current fashion machine learning just hype or is there real value which can be derived?Michael Frantzis, Principal at Curio London discusses this and more with an expert panel consisting of:Prof. Stefan Krummaker, Deputy Vice-Principal (Education) at Queen Mary University of LondonJoe Harrod from COO of Signify.ai, an ethical data science company Tom Whitford, Lead Learning Designer UK. Listen and find out how good design and best practice is, if not more, important for improving the student experience as technology and platforms. If you'd like to stay up to date with this series, register your interest here: https://curio.co/news/signup
39 minutes | 5 months ago
Putting the 'Human' into Online (1) : The Student Voice
Welcome to our first podcast on the Curio Educate Futures channel in our series of Putting the 'Human' into Online. As an organisation, we are interested to see how the human element is being taken into account during the current rush to online learning in the university sector with the arrival of COVID-19. As experts and practitioners in the field of online learning, we often find ourselves commenting on what is best for the student, what pedagogy works effectively and the best ways to engage online students. However, we are aware that the voice of the student tends to be lacking in this conversation. In this podcast, Michael Frantzis, Principal of Curio London, empowers the students' voice and listens to the experts to get their first-hand experiences of what it's like to be a UK-based student returning to a 'campusless' university. Listen to find out what has gone well, what hasn't gone so well, what needs to happen going forward, and if the new educational offerings are worth the price.If you'd like to stay up to date with this series, register your interest here: https://curio.co/news/signup
2 minutes | 5 months ago
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