Going Online: A Strategic Compass
represents an intensive 1.5-day course designed to provide participants with
comprehensive strategic overview of the value chain in designing online
teaching & learning experience.
The programme is divided into five parts;
the first four parts consist of delivered material which is concluded with an
informal wrap-up discussion where participants are invited to reflect on the
material in their own context and interact with others. The initial three
sessions define the ‘what’ and the ‘how’ in delivering online education, the
fourth session draws together this subject matter in how an institute may craft
effective delivery in reality. The final part of the course features a group
assignment that encourages individuals to apply what they learned while
creating a case for online delivery specific to their institution.
Different approaches will be combined to enable participants to build a
comprehensive roadmap towards online & blended learning encompassing
strategic, financial, pedagogical and operational perspectives.
Emphasis will be equally placed on
critical understanding of both the external environment and the internal
conditions which formulate the layout of this roadmap. Ultimately, the
participants will gain a sound methodology to start crafting an online strategy
in line with their institutional objectives.
The programme will take place at Graduate School of Economics and
Management, Ural Federal University in Yekaterinburg,
Russia 15-16 November 2019. It is designed for Business school executives
overseeing a business school’s transition to online teaching or decision makers
in charge of the digital innovation at business schools, corporate universities
and L&D units.
For more information on the programme, please visit
our website or contact firstname.lastname@example.org