IT Futures Conference 2021

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The University’s IT Futures Conference returns in 2021 with the highly topical theme of Hybrid and Other Teaching Changes in a Post-Covid World.

The conference will be held in a hybrid format from McEwan Hall on Friday 10 December. It will feature guest speaker Professor Rhona Sharpe, from the University of Oxford, and exciting and engaging speakers from across the University, including an address by the Principal and Vice-Chancellor Professor Peter Mathieson.

With the new hybrid format allowing for digital and in-person attendance, the IT Futures Conference 2021 will be able to host more attendees than ever before. All staff and students are welcome to register to attend now, for free, via the conference’s registration page.

This year’s speakers will seek to explain and explore how the lessons learned during the pandemic can be brought forward to aid teaching in a post-Covid world. Particular attention will be paid to the rapid changes in digital pedagogy and the accelerated adoption of new teaching technology which occurred during the pandemic.

Further information, including the full conference programme, is available on the conference website.