Some time ago, I had the opportunity to talk to people who were discussing the future of the university.
Some statements are summarized in the following video. The interviewed experts comment on the effects of digitisation on the universities of the future from different professional and international perspectives.
The selected interview excerpts are focussing the challenges and opportunities for teaching and learning at the universities of the future. Among other things, reference will be made to the impact on the roles and functions of university teachers and on the way in which teaching and learning are conducting at universities. The video includes interesting sections with impressive and multi-perspective visions of possible development scenarios for university teaching and learning in the future.
It was a great experience to work with this team and the interviewees. The interviewees come from the international higher education sector.
The interviewees from the university of the future network:
- Martha Burkle (PhD), Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council, Canada
- Prof. Sarah Guri-Rosenblit, The Open University of Israel
- Prof. Mpine Makoe, University of South Africa
- Andrea Mangiatordi (PhD), University of Milano-Bicocca, Italy
- Prof. Josep Maria Duart Montoliu, Universitat Oberta de Catalunya, Spain
- Retired Prof. Thomas Michael Power, Université Laval Québec, Canada
- Emeritus Prof. Alan Tait, The Open University UK