This webinar proposes to present innovative pedagogical trends, of MOOCs created around the topic of digital cultural heritage. The study cases will demonstrate how these courses are created in order to have a better interaction with students remotely in synchronous and asynchronous ways.
As there is a clear gap in creative and cultural industries education related to digital technologies, these good practice examples will help a large variety of people, from teachers who can find creative ways to interact with their students, people involved in the creative industries and students who can find opportunities for learning.
Last year was filled with lockdowns and restrictions, which hit the Creative Industries sector very bad, thus making such courses related to digital culture very useful for those who more and more need to reinvent themselves.
European Distance and E-learning Network
United Kingdom, Milton Keynes