Join our student Q&A meeting on 8 November for everything you want to know about blended and flexible learning, organised together with your SU Exec Team.
Over the next years our University is gradually moving towards more blended and flexible learning, an approach that enhances and supplements on-campus teaching with high-quality, interactive digital materials.
We’re only at the start of this journey, so we’re sure you have lots of questions about how this works in practice and how teaching and learning at the University will change over the coming years. That’s why we’ve organised an open Q&A session with Professor Dan George, Associate Vice-President for Blended Learning and Professor Steve Pettifer, University Academic Lead for Digital Learning, and your SU Exec Team.
The Q&A session will take place as an online event on 8 November 2021 at 11 am. Register for the event.
Please note that this event will focus on blended and flexible learning as an approach to teaching and learning, and we won’t be able to answer any questions about your specific course.
If you want to get involved in shaping the future of teaching and learning at our University, keep an eye out for our Flexible Learning student workshops. These will be an opportunity for you to tell us what you need so we can make the move to blended and flexible learning successful, for all of you and will be advertised on My Manchester News and your weekly student newsletter in November.