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Learning design, development and pedagogic approaches to new models of hybrid delivery

10 May 2021 Read 5 mins
Learning design, development and pedagogic approaches to new models of hybrid delivery

Over the past year, we have been partnering with several universities in the UK to help them prepare for the return to campus in September.

Higher education leaders are now rethinking how to engage with students and provide socio-discursive opportunities for quality learning experiences. Applying lessons learnt from the past year, universities need to re-consider the spaces where learning and teaching occur and how they manage to turn their visions into a reality that is safe, successful and satisfactory for all.

This necessitates the rewriting of protocols, policies, budgets and staff roles and responsibilities to de-densify existing spaces, innovate under-utilised physical buildings and incorporate academic and student support for blended learning.

Download our latest guide to developing successful online-offline student experiences taking an approach that combines rapid and low-touch processes across learning design, course build and pedagogic innovation.

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Key people

Tom

Tom Whitford

Learning design lead

Sevasti

Sevasti Oxyzoglou

Learning designer

Michael

Michael Frantzis

Principal

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