Global Summit Series: China
Featuring keynote presentation with Professor Shirley Alexander
- UTS recognised that the four key skills required for students to succeed in the workplace were digital literacy, problem solving, ability to work across disciplines, and interpersonal communication.
- There are gains to be made in a successful transition to online learning. UTS had the highest student evaluation scores they ever had in semester 2 of 2020, and these students were 90% online.
- In the hybrid model, it is important to identify what should be conducted face-to-face and what should be delivered online.
- There are a myriad of options a university can choose to implement in order to incorporate collaborative learning: think tanks, hackathons, sponsored inventions, complexity storytelling, catalytic questioning, and so on.