About 50 educators around the world will gather in the FUNiX International Webinar, held on September 16th to discuss about the “Opportunities and challenges of building programs for University during COVID-19 Pandemic“.
The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, which began in 2020, has rapidly changed the educational landscape. Actual campuses have been shut down, and instead, online platforms have become a necessity. This required the education industry to design, innovate, and adapt online teaching and learning systems in a short period of time.
This shift to online education has provided many “opportunities” for students, like expanding their educational opportunities and fostering their independence. Beside, the application of smart technology also helped education institutes have a chance to scale up their system. On the other hand, many “issues” have also emerged, such as the quality of classes, communication between students and teachers, and maintaining students’ motivation.
Mr. Cuong Hoang – Director of FUNiX Japan expects “The FUNiX International Webinar September 2021 will address these above issues in detail and discuss the possible solutions to develop high-quality online programs for universities during Covid-19 pandemic.”
On the day of the event, Professor Bas Baskaran of Deakin University, Australia, and Associate Professor Takako Ochi of Gunma University, Japan, will share their experiences in building online programs. Besides at the end of the event, a panel discussion will be held with the 2 speakers and Mr. Cuong Hoang, moderator.
Since the beginning of this year, FUNiX has been globalizing its activities by expanding its reach to Japan, Australia, the United States, Thailand and other countries. By holding this international webinar, FUNiX hopes to call for global sharing and education in order to provide better online education to students.
Please CLICK HERE to check the detail of this international webinar.
Thanh Nguyen (Ms.), Partnership Development Manager, FUNiX Global
Hotline: +84 97 14 3936