After a warm opening from Hopwood Hall College Principal, Julia Heap, Paul from Jisc discussed Education in the context of the Fourth Industrial Revolution, that innovation is constantly changing the way we live. And how these technological changes have overflowed into the educational sector, where technologies like AR, VR, machine learning and how digital is affecting the curriculum, demanding a need for more digital capable staff. Whilst Vikki Liogier from The Education and Training Foundation explored a new free online training service for trainers, instructors and assessors who want to develop their practices employing the power of technology.
Hopwood Hall’s very own Becki Lee rounded off the Keynote Speaker talks with a session revealing the evolution of e-learning, featuring one of our partners at the heart of their digital journey, its learning .
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The event rounded off with a range of pedagogy workshops: A Google for Education workshop demonstrating the power of live collaboration in the cloud with G-suite applications with Kirri Gooch, a session focused around learning with effective outcomes with Tony Davis from the Centre for Creative Quality Improvement, and a short lecture on Great Teaching and Learning by Bradley Lightbody, a Further Education specialist.
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