Digital Learning and the New Economy
Dr Tony Bates in collaboration with COL has prepared five pre-recorded keynotes on key issues in online and digital learning with the intention is that these can be streamed during virtual conferences, included in education and training programs, or watched individually. Recorded in December 2020, they take into account the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. In this presentation, Dr Tony Bates argues that the demands of a digital age require radical changes in teaching and learning. // To stream, click the YouTube link. To download the video, click the Vimeo link.
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