Before the pandemic hit in March 2020, many were dubious about the prospect of moving the world online. Despite having more technology than ever, we were told that turning up to the office or classroom was simply an inevitability if you didn’t want to miss out.
Last month, we introduced ‘An Audience With…’, it’s a variety of videos and interviews based upon the future of teaching and learning. We began our series with educational pioneer and former Vice Chancellor of University of Edinburgh, Sir Tim O’Shea, and following on from him was Dr David Kellermann; digital teaching and learning advocate and senior lecturer at UNSW.
The shift to emergency online learning threw outdated assumptions about learning resources and student engagement into sharp relief. Libby Hormer, Ramy Badrie, and Michelle Morgan sketch out a collaborative and sustainable future. On 29 April Wonkhe, with the support of Kortext, hosted a half-day “micro-commission” event exploring the future of learning resources. Following the Covid-19
The recent announcement that the University of Cambridge is to offer online courses aimed at professionals worldwide wanting to upskill illustrates the opportunities that are opening up for universities and students who have embraced the digital teaching and learning revolution. This development was foreseen by former Vice Chancellor University of Edinburgh and digital innovator, Sir Tim O’Shea, who stated: After
We are pleased to introduce ‘An Audience With…’, which will be a range of interviews based upon the future of teaching and learning. Beginning our series is the educational pioneer and former Vice Chancellor of the University of Edinburgh, Sir Tim O’Shea. Back in March, we welcomed Sir Tim to the Kortext family as an Academic Advisor
Nothing screams summer like a bucket, spade, and a webinar. Wait, what? Okay, you got us! But it’d be rude not to celebrate the success of our summer webinar! On Tuesday 8th June, we hosted academics, librarians, students and more, at our Kortext Summer 21 Webinar on Microsoft Teams. Opening the event was Kortext’s CEO,