Missed our live webinar? Click the link below and watch our webinar video. To equip students with the skills and capabilities they need for the future of work, educators seek to deliver a range of experiential learning programmes in and around the curriculum. However, experiential learning with high proportions of in-person engagement can be complex and costly to deliver at scale. Watch video click here
Online models including team-based industry projects potentially offer substantial benefits including lower cost, broader geographic reach and enhanced scalability – but only if quality can be maintained. Watch video click here
The University of New South Wales Business School partnered with edtech startup Practera to design a new class of digital online ‘nano’ projects. These projects have subsequently scaled up and been deployed with students from >60 other institutions in Australia and around the world, including King’s College London.
In this webinar, presenters and panellists will:
- Share experience with designing & deploying digital industry projects & virtual internships to thousands of students
- Share Practera’s recently released research into Quality in Online Project Learning, analysing performance and critical success factors across a sample of 7905 participants from 22 universities, across 124 cohorts and 4 types of programs supported by the Practera platform
- Participate in the live panel discussion, facilitated by host Professor Laura-Anne Bull, Deputy Vice-Chancellor Students, James Cook University, Director Student Experience Strathclyde
Presenters & panellists include:
- Brigitte McKenna, Manager Career Accelerator UNSW Business School, Sydney
- Naomi Hewston, Internships Adviser, King’s College London
- Beau Leese, CEO & co-founder of Practera
- Professor Laura-Anne Bull (Facilitator), former Deputy Vice-Chancellor Students, James Cook University, & Director Student Experience, Strathclyde.