The COVID-19 pandemic closed campuses forcing rapid improvisation, innovation, and adoption of online teaching and learning. This is the opportunity to fasten the digital transformation process in higher education but also put many challenges that we have to solve.
The FUNiX International Webinar September 2021 will address these above issues in details and discuss the possible solutions to develop high-quality online programs for universities during Covid-19 pandemic.
What are the key opportunities?
– Making education accessible anytime, anywhere and therefore avoid the interruption from the impact of Covid-19 pandemic
– Scaling up education by the application of smart technology
– Switching the education model to put students in the center of the all activities
What are the key challenges?
– Producing high quality educational content in the online environment
– Communication and interaction between students and teachers
– Maintaining students’ motivation and understanding their study behavior when studying online
Time: 14:00 – 15:00, 16th September 2021 (Vietnam time).
13:55 – 14:00
14:00 – 14:05
Director, FUNiX Global
14:05 – 14:20
Professor Bas Baskaran
Professor Bas Baskaran, PVC International Research Partnership, Deakin Research and Associate Dean International and Partnership, Faculty of Science, Engineering and Built Environment
Experience of Deakin University in building online programs
14:20 – 14:35
Associate Professor Takako Ochi
Gunma University, Japan
Experience of building online programs at Gunma University, Japan
14:35 – 14:55
Moderator: Cuong Hoang
Director, FUNiX Global
14:55 – 15:00
Ending and group photo
Gunma University (Japan)
FUNiX Online Education (Webinar moderator)
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Deakin University (Australia)
Deadline of registration: 14th September 2021
Professor Bas Baskaran, Deakin University (Australia)
Professor Bas Baskaran is the Pro Vice Chancellor International Research Partnership and Associate Dean International and Partnerships, Faculty of Science, Engineering and Built Environment at Deakin University (Australia).
Under Professor Baskaran’s leadership, the Faculty of Science, Engineering and Built Environment at Deakin University has been very active in developing innovative educational programs. Deakin has been delivering online / distance educational programs over the past 40 years and during this period it has developed as the premier Australian Higher education provider integrated the digital technology for the development and delivery of the programs. Deakin is ranked eighth worldwide and first in Australia in the first-ever world university rankings based on the performance of Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) in 2019.
Associate Professor Takako Ochi, Gunma University (Japan)
Associate Professor Takako Ochi is in charge of international partnership and study abroad programs at Gunma University, a national university in Japan.
Under her coordination, Gunma University has been actively developing online programs for their students during Covid-19 pandemic like online joint classes and remote internship programs in collaboration with foreign partners universities. Gunma University has initiated a new project named Smart campus to campus (SCC) to share the educational and research resources among partner universities through online platform.
Cuong Hoang, FUNiX Online Education
Mr. Cuong Hoang is the Managing Director of FUNiX Global, responsible for the global business development of FUNiX – the leading online education system in Vietnam. FUNiX, established under FPT Corporation (the leading IT company in South East Asia), provides courses 100% online and uses the online platform to connect students with thousands of industry mentors so that they can get instant support and learn from the mentors.