This pandemic provides a valuable exercise for universities to develop a sustained education strategy moving forward. Educators only planned for face-to-face lessons and implemented e-learning exercises sporadically, no one was fully prepared for 100%-online classes. However, with online learning becoming the norm, how can universities continue lesson delivery and maybe even improve teaching and learning? How can they overcome challenges, especially for curriculums that are not suited for online formats?

Moderator – Dr Samson Tan, Head, Centre for Innovation in Learning, National Institute of Education, Singapore

Panellists – Luciënne T.M. Blessing, Co-Director of the SUTD-MIT International Design Center, Singapore University of Technology and Design; Anna Cherylle Ramos, Director, Educational Technology Centre, University of Santo Tomas; Zoraini Wati Abas, Deputy Vice Chancellor (Academic & Educational Technology), Wawasan Open University; Ana Hol, Associate Professor & Associate Dean, Western Sydney University

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