Webinar | Exploring the 2023 Horizon Report |Teaching and Learning Edition
This webinar will explore the trends, challenges, and key technology developments identified by a panel of global experts in the 2023 Horizon Report: Teaching and Learning Edition. Members of the Horizon Report team and panel will highlight contextual trends and challenges and discuss how key technologies can assist higher education teaching and learning professionals with meeting upcoming challenges and capitalizing on opportunities. Implications of trends and key technologies will be considered from different institutional perspectives.
- Learn about the contents and methodology of the 2023 Horizon Report: Teaching and Learning Edition.
- Understand the trends and challenges identified in the report to accelerate or impede technology adoption in higher education.
- Consider the implications of the possible futures related to the trends, technologies, and practices forecasted to impact higher education.
Associate Professor, The University of Sydney
Ayla MooreSenior Instructional Designer & Faculty Development Specialist, Fort Lewis College
Kathe PelletierDirector, Teaching and Learning Program, EDUCAUSE
Anna PorcaroExecutive Director of Online and Adult Learning, Wichita State University
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