What will education look like post-lockdown?
In this podcast we'll hear from members about how they are implementing Education 4.0 technologies including their challenges, successes, and where they had to reassess.
For the first few weeks we will be focusing on the impact of coronavirus, sharing how further and higher education institutions have responded to the crises and asking how this pandemic could impact learning in the future.
We chatted with Keith Smyth, professor of pedagogy at University of the Highlands and Islands, about how the pandemic has raised awareness about the importance of accessibility, how it has shown more is possible with offering a flexible learning experience and the future of teaching post-lockdown.
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Keith Smyth, professor of pedagogy at University of the Highlands and Islands.
Georgie Myers, media and content officer at Jisc.
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