- Challenges and opportunities of an agile continuous education model
- What educators need to know about the future of hybrid and flexible learning
- Bridging the student digital divide
- Overcoming barriers to edtech adoption
- The future of online education in the knowledge society
- Skills for a digital-first future
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Agile education for a digital-first future
MAY 9–12, 2022
BOSTON MARRIOTT CAMBRIDGE, CAMBRIDGE, MA, US
Taking a whole-sector approach to digital transformation, THE Digital Universities Week US 2022 brought together higher education institutions from across the US to challenge the current university model and transform it to deliver agile continuous education for the future.
Education needs to become more flexible, cost- and time- efficient. Delegates discovered how digital technologies can transform teaching, learning and the campus experience in an open, collaborative and innovative way.
Together, we will explored:
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