What is the Future of STEMM/Digital Education?

The COVID-19 pandemic has forced a rapid transition to online classes. When we are able to return to campus en masse, post COVID-19, what will be the best blend of online and face-to-face learning? What will be most effective? Most efficient? Most engaging? What will best practice in STEMM tertiary education look like?

We are aiming to find out what the world best practice is and ways to embed such practice into everyday classes. This will be the first in a series of exciting events in our theme, ‘Digital and Education’.  Join us as we engage with a stellar panel of RMIT future-focused innovators and external experts who will share with us, their successful and innovative methods of delivering STEMM education during the new normal. 


Internal RMIT University speakers include:


External speakers include:


A consolidated Panel Session of Q&A will follow.


This event will be opened by Prof Margaret Jollands, Associate Dean Student Experience, School of Engineering and the Q&A Panel Session will be moderated by Prof James Harland, Associate Dean Student Experience, School of Science.


This event is being organised by the RMIT College of Science, Engineering & Health and ‘A Digital Start’, one of the RMIT Enabling Capability Platforms (ECPs)Post COVID19 Restart Initiatives. This event will be recorded.


Once you register, a link to this event will be sent to your email address closer to the event date.


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