Digital Learning Conference: Leading in the Digital Age
4th July 2019
Focus and context
Technological advancements are altering the global landscape shifting organisations in new directions.
Responding to the Government’s EdTech Strategy, this year’s TU Digital Learning Conference: Leading the Digital Age focuses on excellent educational practices (in FE and HE) that are leading the way in digital learning.
We will be particularly interested in receiving papers which address one or more of the following questions:
• The world of “future work” looks very different for our students: How can we better equip them with the skills and knowledge to succeed in the digital age?
• How can HE and FE better use sources of data, analytics and intelligence to enhance students learning experience?
• How do we reconstruct our education systems so that they are relevant in the digital age?
• What are the key challenges facing academic and professional services staff in redesigning curriculum and delivering excellence in a digital age?
- Solving Future Skills Challenges – (2018)
- Good work: the Taylor review of modern working practices – (2017)
- World Economic Forum The Future of Jobs Report – (2018)
Expressions of interest
Please see the Guidance for Abstract Submission below for more information on how to submit your expression of interest.
We ask that abstracts are no longer than 300 words (not including references) and submitted as a Word document using the template above to LTE@tees.ac.uk
Deadline for submission of abstracts: Tuesday June 4th 2019.