Online and hybrid learning continue to be one of the most significant areas of growth in higher education, propelled by the pandemic and students’ desire for flexibility. As this digital learning transformation unfolds, student preferences and expectations are evolving, making this a necessary time to revisit teaching and learning strategies through a fresh lens.

According to a recent study conducted with the Times Higher Education “Students have experienced and benefitted from the positives of online/hybrid learning. Students value the flexibility that online or hybrid methods bring to their studies and feel that the hybrid mix of face- to-face and online instruction is more representative of the modern workplace they will end up entering than solely in- person learning.”

On this webcast, we show you what we believe the next generation of online and hybrid learning should look like.

Key themes in this discussion include:

  • Student preferences for online or hybrid learning
  • Ideas for creating an engaging student experience
  • The perceived value of online and hybrid learning
  • Next-gen ideas for the continued transformation of higher education
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