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What Campus Universities can Learn from Online/Distance Ones By Georgina Blakeley (University of Huddersfield)
The PSA Teaching and Learning Network has launched its first ever webinar series on 'Teaching Politics Online: Pedagogy, Support & Community'. This series has been recorded and relevant information and resources can be found here.
The question of what, if anything, campus universities can learn from universities whose main business is distance-learning was at the forefront of my mind as I recently returned to a position at the University of Huddersfield following over 13 years at the Open University where I worked on entry-level interdisciplinary social science modules. Little did I know just how invaluable this self-reflection would become as Huddersfield, like many other institutions, rushed to move teaching online. This session will cover what can be done to just get by when having to move teaching online in a hurry while also covering some of the more longer-term lessons that can be learned from the experience of distance-learning for those teaching and supporting students starting to study the social sciences when time is less of an issue.
This webinar was delivered live on Wednesday 27th May (3-4pm)
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