WUN is hosting a series of webinars to help member universities benefit from each other’s experience in addressing some of the unprecedented pandemic-related challenges now facing them. Each webinar will last an hour, and will be organised around the sharing of insights about a specific challenge, followed by a broad Q&A.
The focus of our first webinar, to be held on Tuesday 5 May (local times below) will be student mental health. The webinar will begin with the sharing of both research and practice insights and experiences from members of the WUN Student Mental Health Working Group. This will be followed by a broader discussion with all attendees.
Registration is required to join the webinar. Click here to register.
Edmonton 05:00 MDT
Monterrey 06:00 CDT
USA 07:00 EDT
Belo Horizonte 08:00 BRT
Accra 11:00 GMT
UK/IRL 12:00 BST/IST
CEST 13:00 CEST
Cape Town 13:00 SAST
Perth/ China 19:00 AWST/CST
Sydney 21:00 AEST
Auckland 23:00 NZST
We recommend registering as soon as possible as seats for this webinar are limited. The registration deadline is 4 May at 12noon GMT.
Subsequent webinars will include the following topics:
- Keeping students’ attention/engagement during delivery.
- Adapting courses designed for in-class delivery to online delivery.
- Managing the balance between synchronous and asynchronous delivery
- Effectively managing communication about rapidly changing conditions.
- Assessment and academic honesty.
- Restarting research
More details on future webinars will be circulated as they become available.