Teaching and learning ambitions – identifying the pedagogical priorities for the next five years
Institution wide ambitions – the high-level priorities of university leaders
The solutions – how institutions can learn from each other, from best practice, and deliver against these ambitions
We’ve gathered best practice from our 100+ university customers across the world to look at how HE institutions can deliver against these priorities in the year ahead.
The top five priorities highlighted by the research were:
Supporting and structuring end-to-end learner journeys
Fostering student success and well-being with student-centred learning
Capturing learning and evidencing skills in any context - on and off campus
Implementing authentic assessment and meaningful feedback practices
The ethical use of data when employing analytics to support learning
While the study calls out the successes of universities who have moved quickly to deal with Covid challenges, it also highlights issues which need to be urgently addressed. The insight comes from more than 150 trailblazers in higher education across the globe – including academics and faculty, educational developers, learning designers and technologists. Contributors agreed that meeting these ambitions would help them to successfully navigate post-Covid challenges, as we enter into a period where leaders focus on recovery and rebuilding. Complete the short form below to download your free copy.