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The university of the future - are we ready?
Date: 25th January 2022
Location: Online 12:00 - 13:30
Price: Free to attend
This event is a joint event run by:
AUDE, BUDFG, HESPA, UHR, CUBO and UCISA
Has your business model changed? Should it? Even if the 3-year undergraduate course catering for 18–23-year-olds endures, some organisations will see a change in their student base. Do we have the right staff and facilities to deliver to a multi-generational student body? Changing a business model has consequences far beyond the immediately obvious, which is why assessment of impact is supposed to be thorough – whose responsibility is it to do this? The 24/7 university campus is not a new concept: with students beaming in from Beijing, students needing support at all hours, and lectures taking place in ways both in person and virtually, how ready are we in matching and shaping a 24/7 expectation? Is this where we are heading? How does the “new world of work” fit in?
AUDE: Umesh Desai, Director Estates & Facilities Directorate, De Montfort University
CUBO: Jo Hardman, Head of Commercial Services, Lancaster University
HESPA: Simon Jennings, Director of Strategy and Planning, Lancaster University
UCISA: Adrian Ellison, Associate PVC and CIO at the University of West London and Chair of UCISA
UHR: Sarah Setchell, HR Director, University of Derby
Did you know that some of our events are CPD accredited? If you’ve attended an AUDE event in the last 12 months your CPD hours could be waiting. View the list of events you have attended and download your certificate at MY AUDE > MY EVENTS.
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