2020 hindsight shapes the future of learning and teaching

2020 hindsight shapes the future of learning and teaching

The student experience of online learning in the time of Covid-19 and its implications for the on-campus experience in 2021 and beyond.

Join us for this revealing HES Forum with Dr Lin Martin, facilitated by Teresa Tjia.

Campuses across Australia come to life this month, and the ‘student experience’ is front of mind as institutions put into practice the lessons learned during a most extraordinary year.

The positives and negatives experienced by both students and academics during 2020, have informed and shaped the new nature of learning delivery, both online and on campus.

Our special guest speaker, Dr Lin Martin, former TEQSA Commissioner will draw on her November TEQSA report and discuss the impact of forced online learning during Covid lockdowns. There will be an opportunity to ask questions.

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About Dr Lin Martin

Dr Linley (Lin) Martin AO was a TEQSA Commissioner from 2015-20 and in late 2020 authored the TEQSA report ‘Foundations for good practice: The student experience of online learning in Australian higher education during the COVID-19 pandemic’.
Dr Martin previously held a number of senior positions at universities including Vice-President and Council Secretary at Deakin University. She was also a Senior Adviser to the Review of Australian Higher Education (the Bradley Review) that was pivotal to the establishment of TEQSA.

In 2020, Dr Martin was appointed as an Officer of the Order of Australia in recognition of her distinguished service to education, particularly to student equity, educational standards and academic administration.

About Emily Goode

International and Industry Professional Bodies Manager

Emily’s role at TEQSA involves developing and maintaining TEQSA’s strong relationships with international quality assurance agencies and professional accreditation bodies. Emily hosts international visitors to TEQSA and regularly represents TEQSA at higher education conferences. Emily continues to build TEQSA’s relationship with students through the Student Expert Advisory Group and attending and presenting at student events. Emily is developing TEQSA’s digital engagement with the higher education sector through the use of webinars, videos and podcasts.