In recent months, Higher Education has been undergoing profound changes: the Covid-19 crisis has accelerated the transition to digital learning tools. But this is not the only change: the urgency of the climate crisis is encouraging young people to develop new skills in order to achieve the 17 sustainable development goals set by the UN.
Active learning, inclusive pedagogy, online and hybrid courses, « green » skills: so many new tools and uses that challenge the way we teach and learn today.
In order to ensure that students receive the best possible education, INSEEC U. Research Center is organizing an International Digital Symposium on the theme of Disruptive Learning Pathways on February 4 2021. In round tables and workshops, experts from industry and academia from around the world will share their experiences and discuss the latest educational innovations.
The day will revolve around 4 main topics:
- Smart & Green Campuses
- Digital technologies & Artificial intelligence
- Commodal/hyflex teaching and the shift to video-based teaching
- Change Management in higher education
An exceptional Keynote will be delivered by Professor François TADDEI (CRI – Centre de Recherche Interdisciplinaire).
We wish to thank all our speakers: Benoit BRETON, Pr Thierry EUDE, Dr Nabil EL KHADI, Pr Sylvie FAUCHEUX, Dr Charlotte FILLOL, Géraldine HATCHUEL, Pr Tom HOLMGAARD BØRSEN, Dr Kyungmee LEE, Dr Delphine LE SERRE, Dr Albert MERINO, Dr Ida MIZRAIE, Pr Martin O’CONNOR, Dr Cormac O’KEEFFE, Duncan PEBERDY, David PONTALIER, Benoît PRALY, Dr Darren REIDY, Dr Hocine SADOK, Pr Riri FITRI SARI, François STEPHAN, Pr François TADDEI, Pr Gunawan TJAHJONO, Pr Alejandra María VILALTA PERDOMO and Pr Denise WHITELOCK.
As the national representative in the UI Greenmetric ranking, INSEEC U. is proud to co-organize this symposium with the University of Indonesia, creator of the UI Greenmetric ranking, which highlights the most committed higher education institutions to sustainable development in the world.