University of the Future – Mediated, Pixelated, Hybrid or Virtual?
Events over the past 2 years have accelerated a process that had already begun – to re-think the structure, purpose and operation of universities and all higher education institutions to better fit the future. Re-thinking means reviewing and adapting all aspects of university life including the place and best use of media-supported strategies and the role and position of the services that support a move to more student-centred design and delivery of learning.
The annual Media & Learning Conference addressing this theme took place on 2-3 June 2022 in Leuven, Belgium. This conference was organised jointly with KU Leuven and took place in the award winning Groep T Campus, in the heart of Leuven.
- Zac Woolfitt‘s article “Will the university of the future be mediated, pixelated, hybrid or virtual?” can be found here.
- Vincent Vanrusselt’s article (in Dutch) can be found here.
- Check out this interactive video by Saxion.
- Article on the 2022 Media & Learning Conference in Belgium by James Rutherford, Senior Educational Technologist and Project Lead in Learning Enhancement and Development (LEaD) can be found here.
Links to presentations, abstracts and videos can be found in this document below.
More photographs can be found on our Facebook group here.
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