Mid-term event Sustainable and forward-looking approaches to digitally enhanced learning and teaching
On 12 October 2022, a Thematic Peer Group (TPG) Mid-term event Sustainable and forward-looking approaches to digitally enhanced learning and teaching, organized by European University Association (EUA) together with DIGI-HE project team. The online event consisted of a panel discussion with all three chairs (Philippe Emplit (Université libre de Bruxelles, Belgium) Mary Fitzpatrick (University of Limerick, Ireland), and Gerald Prescott (University of Saint Andrews, UK) of the TPGs on the key findings and challenges, followed by presentations in breakout rooms from each TPG and a Q&A session.
During the event, the participants had a chance to learn more about the progress of each TPG as well as to discover the key insights and main challenges related to digitally competent teachers in designing quality learning environments (TPG 1), collaborative teaching practice (TPG 2) and the needs and wellbeing of students and staff (TPG 3). Finally, the participants were welcomed to discuss examples of good practices with the participants from all three TPGs.