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EUA webinar: Learning and Teaching at European higher education institutions: findings from TRENDS 2018 survey


This webinar will share a set of first findings from the TRENDS 2018 survey, with a focus on current developments in Learning and Teaching, which is a more and more important topic at institutions and in policy discussions across Europe

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30 May 2018

  • Wednesday 30 May 2018, 14:00 CEST

    A recording of the webinar is available here.

    EUA’s TRENDS reports have been published since 1999, with the view to feeding an institutional perspective into European higher education policy discussions, improving exchange and networking among universities, and support for them. These reports are designed to present data about how European higher education reforms are being developed across the continent. Over time, TRENDS have become crucial sources of information and reference works for policy makers and the higher education community.

    TRENDS 2018 focuses on mapping the developments in learning and teaching, which is a more and more important topic at institutions and in policy discussions across Europe.

    The TRENDS 2018 report is expected to be published by Autumn 2018. This webinar will share a set of first findings from the TRENDS 2018 survey, with the view to discuss them with webinar participants, and elicit feedback on how they would relate these findings to their institutional or national contexts.

    Speakers and Presentations

    • Michael Gaebel, Director for Higher Education Policy, European University Association
    • Kornelia Freitag, Vice-Rector for Academic and International Affairs, Ruhr University Bochum, Germany
    • Manel Gimenez Morales, Academic Director of the Centre for Learning Innovation and Knowledge, University Pompeu Fabra, Spain
    Moderator
    Thérèse Zhang, Deputy Director for Higher Education Policy, European University Association

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