The transition to online teaching as a primary medium of instruction and the setup and management of virtual learning environments (VLEs) was well underway before Covid-19 hit. Many academics were well prepared for this transition to online teaching and learning.
In May, Edumundo will publish a new digital and interactive Edubook on the topic of culture and inter-cultural communication. This learning resource was written by Fons Trompenaars and Riana Schreuders.
258 students, 40 teams, 3 universities, 2 days, 1 winner!
As universities across the UK revert to online learning as the sole medium of instruction at a time when 'lockdown fatigue' kicks in, student engagement could not be more important.
Webinar: Student Onboarding - Transition in Higher Ed Increase Student Progression and Retention
As you might expect, Edumundo is receiving a lot of enquiries about how our online solutions can support online teaching. Therefore, it might be useful to know how our management simulations and Edubooks have been delivered online over the past nineteen years.
Edutech scale-up Edumundo raised an investment of €1.2 million at a consortium, consisting of the investors Capital Mills, InnovationQuarter, and the Edumundo founders. The 'educational publisher of the future', located in The Hague, is led by a group of relatively young lovers of education....
In this continuously changing environment, lecturers must find new and different ways to engage their students. How can one utilize technology to their advantage and enhance the learning experience for the student?
Today we speak with Alice Shepherd from the University of Leeds, Cathy Myles from Leeds University Business School and Dr Keith Halcro from Glasgow Caledonian University to talk about their experiences and the challenges they faced.