The recording of the workshop is now available.

What is the future of digitally enhanced learning and teaching in post-Covid higher education? As institutions “get back to normal”, will it be relegated to an emergency tool or will it become fully mainstreamed and integrated into learning and teaching? In the wake of the pandemic, many institutions wish to take stock of the lessons learnt over the past two years, but how to carry out such an assessment and harness the results to establish a sustainable approach to digitally enhanced learning and teaching?

This workshop was the second of a three-part series aimed at supporting institutions in the assessment of their achievements and opportunities in digitally enhanced learning and teaching. Organised in partnership with the European Distance and E-learning Network (EDEN), it shared experiences in the use of self-assessment and self-assessment instruments for enhancing institutional approaches to digitally enhanced learning and teaching.  With a focus on the three topics of strategy and organisational culture, curriculum and assessment and international partnerships, which have been discussed under the DIGI-HE project, participants exchanged views on how they saw their institutions developing in post-Covid times.

Speakers and moderators

  • Airina Volungevičienė, Director, Institute of Innovative Studies, Vytautas Magnus University, Lithuania
  • Aisling McKenna, Director, Quality Promotion and Institutional Research, Dublin City University, Ireland
  • Lina Kaminskienė, Chancellor, Education Academy, Vytautas Magnus University, Lithuania
  • Michael Gaebel, Director, Higher Education Policy Unit, European University Association
  • Sandra Kučina Softić, President, European Distance and E-learning Network


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