Publications of the GLC, our members and their institutions on digital learning

 

A Time of Disruption in Higher Education: Is it time for big change for Universities? GLC Co-Chair Friedrich W. Hesse believes higher education has reached a tipping point. Written for OEB20, published on November 20, 2020. Read more / Download article as PDF.

Let’s dare to reimagine education in our time of crisis: Sustainable changes in digital learning will result from best practice alongside bold experimentation, say Friedrich Hesse, Volker Meyer-Guckel, Bitange Ndemo, Alexandros Papaspyridis, Rahim Rajan and Suzanne Walsh at the Times Higher Education article, published on August 16, 2020. Read more / Download article as PDF.

Berlin Consensus: Cornerstones of a Successful Digital Transformation of Education: The document, which was prepared as part of the lead-up to the GLC Summit 2017 and released during the opening session, outlines five key areas of attention and recommended action for education leaders and practitioners to leverage digitization to improve
educational access and outcomes. Published July 2017. Read More.

Technology-Enhanced Learning: Best Practices and Data Sharing in Higher Education: It’s well established that applying learning science to the design of technology-enhanced learning (TEL) consistently leads to improved learning outcomes. Intimately linked to such an approach is the need for the sharing of data, tools and methods that can be used to support the design and enhancement of TEL environments. Published on Apri 20, 2015. Read more.

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