Online and Blended Learning Solutions

Creating distinctive courses and sustainable models

Friday 13th March 2015

Eversheds HQ, 1 Wood Street, London, EC2V 7WS

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Blended and online learning developments, including Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs), are having a profound impact on the delivery and consumption of higher education and the ways in which students participate in learning.

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Quality of provision is of key concern, leading to a trend for distinctive or unique course content, delivered via a range of settings and platforms in the search for the most successful and sustainable education business models. 

This event will identify and share best practice in online and blended learning, demonstrating ways in which universities, colleges and private providers are:

  • Identifying academic value and pedagogical approaches to online and blended learning course content
  • Assessing and substantiating the quality of the learning experience
  • Justifying investment in online and blended learning
  • Tailoring content to niche and international audiences
  • Promoting entrepreneurial approaches to learning and teaching and course design
  • Investigating the low cost / high volume potential of online and blended learning
  • Analysing the challenges posed by IP and copyright 
  • Setting up educational partnerships, alliances and franchise opportunities

As befitting its subject matter delegates can choose to attend this conference in person or watch and participate in the online video broadcast from any internet enabled device - live and on demand.

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Speakers include:

Rajay Naik
Director of Government and External Affairs, The Open University 
Professor Diana Laurillard
Professor of Learning with Digital Technologies, UCL Institute of Education
Simon Nelson
Chief Executive, Future Learn 
Dr David Boughey
Director of Student Engagement, University of Exeter
Paolo Taticchi
Principal Teaching Fellow, Imperial College London 
Professor Helen O'Sullivan
Academic Lead for Online Learning, University of Liverpool
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Find out more:

If you have any questions about this event or ways in which you or your organisation can participate and get involved please contact Paul Rushworth on 020 7324 4330 or email

View the agenda here

Watch this conference online:

This conference will be filmed and broadcast live online as well as being made available to view on demand post event. Your whole institution can watch this event online for just £600 + VAT - and you still get to attend in person with a delegate place free of charge.

As an example you can watch a presentation below on "Realising value from MOOCs" made by Mark Christian, Head of Online Learning, Pearson College:

Simply select "Open Group Licence" when registering to provide online access to this event for your whole team.