WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO BE A LIFELONG LEARNER?

How might these needs shape our approach? How might shifts in the higher education landscape shape our teaching areas, methodology and delivery?

Globalisation, access to information and rapid advances in technology present a complex mix of opportunity and challenge, as they collectively disrupt and reshape our economies, workforce and environment. What impact does this have on our communities and the education system?

Join us in exploring what it will mean to be lifelong learner, and how the future of learning and teaching could evolve to equip our students to thrive in an uncertain world.

EXPLORING THE BIGGER PICTURE

Analysis and thought-leadership from around the world, and important questions for us to consider

Worldwide perspectives and ideas • How do we better understand, respond to, and support the individual needs and ambitions of our lifelong learners? • How might our offering be renewed or redesigned to offer greater flexibility to adapt to the individual needs and aspirations of our learners? • How do we create tailored and relevant face-to-face and digital experiences? • How can we further build upon work-based and co-curricular learning experiences and link them appropriately into the structure of our programs and assessments? • How will the ways in which we teach need to evolve to support future learners?

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Share your thoughts, ambitions, and experiences on what this could mean at RMIT