The first INQAAHE Talks webinar is scheduled for March 17, 2022.


Reimagining Quality Assurance in the 'New Normal'

Perspectives from students, providers and quality assurance bodies on the impact of COVID on teaching and learning, and online education.

March 17, 2022 (Thursday)
13:00 - 14:30 GMT


This webinar marks the launch of a new series of INQAAHE’s talks, through which INQAAHE aims to connect its membership with the broader international higher education community to discuss today’s pressing issues.

At a time of rapid change in higher education we see it crucial for the international quality assurance community to engage with all key stakeholders to collectively reflect on shared challenges and share insights and best practice, with a view to ensuring that higher education and quality assurance continue to serve the best interest of our increasingly interconnected communities.

This first webinar in the series, co-organised with the Arab Network for Quality Assurance in Higher Education (ANQAHE), will look at the impact of the global pandemic on teaching and learning, and the challenges and opportunities associated with online learning. We will be listening to the perspectives of students, education providers and quality assurance bodies, engaging with participants in discussion. 

We have collected the views of a range of students in different regions about their learning experience during the global pandemic, which will be played in a short video. We will then hear from the American University of Bahrain about their experience of having to pivot to online learning, and from Arizona State University on their experience of delivering learning in a digital environment. Quality Matters, a US quality assurance organisation for online education, and the Oman Academic Accreditation Authority, will share their views from an external quality assurance perspective. It will be an interactive webinar with plenty of opportunities for participants to ask questions and inform discussion,    

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