On 18th October 2017, the e-learning event: Technology in Higher Education – data analytics, the learning experience and next steps for MOOCs will be held in Central London, UK.
This is a CPD Certified higher education event, focused on learning technology.
Here is an introduction to the event from the organisers:
This seminar will discuss the use of technology in the Higher Education sector, and ways forward for developing its role in enhancing learning and teaching – as well as its role more widely in HEI business processes.
Delegates will discuss the role of big data and data analytics for universities, including targeted marketing of prospective students, improving retention and personalising learning experience for individuals.
The agenda will also bring out the latest thinking on the use technology in teaching and learning, assessing progress in areas such as flipped and blended learning, and potential uses of virtual reality (VR). Those attending will also consider examples of best practice in developing a culture among the teaching community across all disciplines that supports the full potential use of technology.
Further sessions will look at MOOCs, specifically emerging business models and uses including lifelong learning, marketing, pre-sessional support and credit-bearing modules.
The organisers expect attendees to include key policymakers and stakeholders from universities, learning technology companies, data analytics software providers, online learning platforms, technology and education consultancies, students’ unions, academics and others with an interest in this area of policy and practice.
Guest of Honour is Paul Feldman – Chief Executive of Jisc.
Keynote speaker is Mark Lester – Director of Partnerships at FutureLearn.
Book your place or learn more about this Technology in Higher Education Event from Westminster Project Forums.
The event runs from 9am to 1pm, with registration from 8.30am.