#111 – Ian Dunn, Deputy Vice Chancellor for Student Experience at Coventry University
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This week, with Ian Dunn, Deputy Vice Chancellor for Student Experience at Coventry University, we bring up the conversation on the sufficiency of online learning compare to in-class learning in higher education. Often times, people have preconceived thoughts that online learning is not as impactful as an in-class experience. Tune in to hear Ian Dunn break down the essential constituents of a successful online learning experience, and how listening to the needs of college and university students can implement an even better experience!
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