Two representatives from Arden University will be speaking as part of Times Higher Education’s Digital Universities Week UK 2022.
Running from the 14th- 18th March, the series of in-person and online talks has been designed to help delegates exchange knowledge, discuss best practice regarding their rapid and ongoing digital transformation journeys, and explore (among other things) the future of hybrid and flexible learning.
Dilshad Sheikh, Dean of the Faculty of Business, will be speaking on day two of the event (15th March, 3:35pm) as part of a workshop entitled: Knowledge, training, change: Eliminate the barriers to edtech adoption across your campus. She will also be part of a round table discussion titled: Managing, monitoring and understanding student success with the right data.
Caroline Tolond, Head of careers and employability, meanwhile, will be speaking on day four (17th March, 10:15am), as part of a session titled: Enhancing choice? How technology will transform student career services, offering practical advice and tips on how technologies can support university career services to provide graduates with the lifelong skills needed to thrive in their careers.
For more information visit THE’s DUW website here