|Date & Time:||Friday 22nd May 2020, at 4pm|
HOW MIGHT UNIVERSITY ESTATES ADAPT IN A MORE TECHNOLOGYICALLY ENABLED FUTURE?
Universities are experiencing unprecedented levels of disruption resulting from the global Covid-19 emergency. And yet they continue to flourish. Virtual learning environments and virtual campuses are growing rapidly. As universities lead the charge against the pandemic, it is clear that they will have a leading role to play in rebuilding society and the economy after the pandemic.
Scott Brownrigg and HEDQF hosted a virtual roundtable to discuss the future of the university campus; how will the important social aspects of campus life be sustained in a more technologically enabled future?
Chaired by Scott Brownrigg’s Director of Education, Ian Pratt the panel will comprised:
This discussion considered whether universities will now think differently about their campuses and physical space needs. The lockdown has offered us a glimpse of a different, more sustainable future. Will universities be able to take this vision and future-proof it as they recover, adapt and grow?
Full event report and on-demand recording now available here