Blended Futures Webinar Series
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We are delighted to launch a new webinar series, 'Blended Futures', to empower, raise awareness and share good practice around blended learning. The webinar series gathers scholars and practitioners (locally, nationally and internationally) to reflect on how current teaching and learning practices can be adapted to provide high-quality blended learning experiences.

The webinar/seminar series will be fairly intense over the next few months and we will review and evolve it on a continuous basis to keep the content and structure relevant. All the webinars will be delivered via Zoom and will be recorded for colleagues who are unable to attend.

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Upcoming webinars

New webinars coming soon.

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Previous webinars  

Using immersive technologies to enhance blended learning
Arunangsu Chatterjee (University of Plymouth), Robert Hart (University of Plymouth) and Alessandro Brönnimann (Holo|One).
Recorded on 2nd June 2021

Supporting Staff and Student Digital Capabilities 
Emma Purnell (University of Plymouth) and Lisa Gray (Jisc).
Recorded on 18th May 2021

Pedagogy-led, Blended Learning Design
Arunangsu Chatterjee (University of Plymouth) Andrew Wright and Sarah Briggs (Cambridge Online Learning).
Recorded on 12th May 2021

Enhancing Practical STEM Education Experience with Learning Science Interactive Resources
Dr Rebecca Vickerstaff, (University of Plymouth) and Dr Iain Thistlethwaite, (Learning Science).
Recorded on 4th May 2021

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