Covid-19 (November 2020)

Universities and colleges pulled off what many of us thought was impossible – move all learning and teaching activity online almost overnight. The effort was tremendous and all consuming, and students were appreciative of the efforts made to enable their education to continue.

It is now clear that disruption will continue for some time, and institutions are now faced with the likelihood that education is unlikely to return fully to pre-Covid provision. This brings challenges, not least a kick-back that pivoting hasn’t been enough and the quality of experience provided isn’t always seen as satisfactory.

Senior management are fully aware of where there are shortcomings and many have made efforts to improve, mainly through the recruitment of additional learning technologists. What is yet to be explored and understood are the structures required to support post-Covid FE and HE. This is where we can help – we have extensive experience of online, campus, and hybrid education and of developing institutional support structures and mechanisms which are efficient and scalable. Get in touch now to discuss how we can help you meet the challenge.


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