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Reimagining research-led higher education: how to build standards that help, not hinder?

CHEF seminar organized with the Guild of Research-Intensive Universities

| Søren Baltzer Rasmussen

Dato tor 23 sep
Tid 14:00 16:00
Sted Online (Zoom)

Time: September 23rd, 2021, at 14.00-16.00 Central European Summer Time (CEST) (UTC+2)

Place: A Zoom-link will be shared with the participants closer to the event

 

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Speakers:

Berit Eika, Prorektor for Education at Aarhus University. Berit Eika leads the educational committee at Aarhus University that strategically overlooks the student´s journey from recruitment over teaching towards their first job. This has involved among other things, extended cooperation with secondary schools, the establishment of a quality assurance system, and the formation of a dual career program for student athletes and student start-ups.

Professor Susan Wright, Professor of Educational Anthropology, Danish School of Education, Aarhus University and Co-director of Centre for Higher Education Futures (CHEF)

Associate Professor Søren Smedegaard Bengtsen, Associate Professor of General Education, Aarhus University and Co-director of Centre for Higher Education Futures (CHEF)

 

Chair: Dr Søren S.E. Bengtsen, Co-Director of CHEF, Aarhus University, Denmark

 

Abstract:

This webinar will have three parts. First we will consider the breadth of the remit facing universities in their ambition to engage students in research-led education. Second, we will discuss what kinds of standards are needed that will enhance, rather than hinder, universities in fulfilling this ambition. Third we will explore possible ways to form ‘communities of practice’ that involve students and academics as well as leaders and policy makers in developing such standards.

 

The webinar is hosted by CHEF and is part of a series to discuss the paper Re-imagining Research-led Education in a Digital AgeThis paper is produced by The Guild, a network of 21 research intensive universities uniting with the purpose of collaboration and influencing EU Policy.

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