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Opportunities to collaborate and innovate in online learning

12 Jun 2019

The next Manchester Online Learning Interest (MOLIG) event will take place on Thursday, 11 July at the Grand Hall, The Whitworth from 9am to 1pm

Online learning

Featuring keynote speaker Professor Neil Morris, Chair of Educational Technology, Innovation and Change in the School of Education and the Dean of Digital Education at the University of Leeds who will discuss ‘Unbundled Higher Education – exploring the potential impacts on learners and learning'. There will be a panel discussion on how we can embed digital innovation in our everyday work, lightning talks from colleagues at the University working in the online space and plenty of opportunities to network and share ideas. 

The Manchester Online Learning Interest Group (MOLIG) launched in March 2019 to bring together staff across the University to connect and share best practice with all the latest developments in online and blended learning.

Agenda 

9am Registration, tea and coffee

9.15am Welcome and MOLIG update (Pam Vallely)

9:30-10:30am 'Unbundled Higher Education – exploring the potential impacts on learners and learning' from keynote speaker Professor Neil Morris, Chair of Educational Technology, Innovation and Change in the School of Education and the Dean of Digital Education at the University of Leeds

10.30 to 10.45am Tea and coffee break 

10:45 to 11.30am Lightning talks

11.30 to 12pm Panel discussion - How can we embed digital innovation in our everyday interactions with our students?

12pm to 1pm Lunch and networking

Booking

There are a number of limited spaces left. Book your free ticket through Eventbrite.

Lunch and networking 

If you would like to stay for lunch and networking please confirm your attendance and any dietary requirements to alithea.buchan@manchester.ac.uk by Monday, 1 July.