Education Now: How has COVID-19 affected your university education?
April 22 @ 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
COVID-19 has affected all aspects of life, including education and how education is delivered. In response to the lock-down measures, universities had to close their premises. As a result of this, higher education institutions had to replace face-to-face teaching with online learning.
This Event will be Focusing on Discussions addressing various issues on how the pandemic has had a lifetime effect on students and lecturers considering the general sense of quality education and how its been delivered and How learning and teaching in the post-COVID-19 world will and should change.
The event will take the form of a question time-style panel chaired by Elvira Mikoshi and Anna Bailey and will include lively discussions with LSBU Professionals, a London Tab journalist, and LSBU’s student union president, who will be sharing their knowledge and expertise on the subject.
Panel members includes -Vanessa Beever – The director of Education and Student Experience of Law and Social Sciences at LSBU.
Marc Griffith – The director of Teaching Quality and Enhancement at LSBU.
Hattie Tollerson – President of LSBU Student Union champions student voice at every level throughout London Southbank University.
Emily Shead – Editor in Chief @thelondontab and Journalist. She shares students views and experiences for changes towards universities.