TNE Models of online learning delivery: Arizona State University and University of London Worldwide

Overview

In this online session we will hear about the different experiences of two well established and respected providers of online learning, Arizona State University and University of London Worldwide. The session will cover their different approaches to and models of online delivery. We will also learn how each institution has responded to the challenges posed by COVID-19. The session will further provide an opportunity to discuss recognition challenges for online learning.

We will be hearing presentations from:

  • Ahmed Kamal Ali, Director International Digital Enrollment, Arizona State University

  • Inger-Lise Moen Deputy Director, Quality Standards and Governance - University of London International Programmes

Target Audience

Recommended for universities and colleges in international or academic partnerships departments, as well as for staff involved or with an interest in online delivery and TNE.

Objectives

The key objectives of the webinars are to:

  • Hear about different models of online learning delivery, challenges and good practice;

  • Include a focus on TNE and qualifications recognition;

  • Consider institution responses to COVID-19.

Support materials

Delegates will receive a copy of all materials used.

Book on this course

Please complete the following online form and you will receive an email confirming your registration. We will provide the webinar link with participation instructions to delegates closer to the event time. 

Alternatively, you can purchase the  recording that will be available 7 days after the live. Please contact webinar@naric.org.uk for more information.

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