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How to Overcome the Challenges of Shifting to a New Paradigm of Learning
What will teaching and learning look like in 2025 or 2030? What will change and how do we get there?

The future is not a straight line from the past. While many may want to go back to teaching and learning “as it was before the pandemic”, the nature of higher education and the work of learning has changed.

In this interactive webinar we explore what is changing and what impact this will have on the experience of teaching and learning. We also look at the barriers to change and how these may be overcome. This webinar builds on Stephen’s work as a futurist teaching futures literacy and writing about the future of learning.

Dec 2, 2021 01:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Dr. Stephen Murgatroyd
Chief Innovation Officer @Contact North | Contact Nord
Stephen Murgatroyd began his university teaching and administrative career in 1972 at The Open University and moved to Athabasca University ss Dean of the Faculty of Administrative Studies (now the Faculty of Business) and Professor of Applied Psychology & Organizational Behaviour. A prolific author, keynote speaker, broadcaster and consultant, Stephen has been a pioneer of online learning. He led the team that created the world’s first fully online MBA in 1993-4 and has been involved in a range of innovative teaching and learning designs throughout his career. He now acts as Chief Innovation Officer for Contact North | Contact Nord.