On Thursday 4 March between 3.30 p.m. and 4.30 p.m., the Educational Innovation Network Groningen (ONING) will host an online event. During one hour, three speakers will share their thoughts on the theme 'Coming back stronger'. One blackboard coordinator and two lecturers will discuss what they have learned from the Covid-19 crisis and how they would like to implement these lessons learned after Covid-19. From 4.30 p.m. onwards, there is the opportunity to talk with the speakers in break-out groups.
After registering via the link below, you will receive all the necessery information how to join this online meeting. We will use Blackboard Collaborate as an online platform.
Mark Fraser (Hanze) – Blackboard coordinator at International Business SchoolMans Schepers (UG) – Lecturer at faculty of ArtsMarij Thiecke (Hanze) – Lecturer at Institute of Engineering
The Educational Innovation Network Groningen (ONING) is an joint network group hosted by the Hanze University of Applied Sciences and the University of Groningen. If you would like to receive updates about your projects or share your own ideas about educational innovation, please join our LinkedIn group.
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