The HELTASA Digital Learning and Teaching Project Team will be hosting their second digital dialogue on Microsoft Teams on Wednesday 27 July 12:00 – 13:30. We invite you to participate in an informal, facilitated cross-institutional dialogue where we will discuss the what, why and how of digital inequalities and emergent strategies in South African higher education. Digital inequalities in higher education are complex and underpinned by social inequalities in the country. Higher education institutions need to consider how technologies are used for contributing (or not) to more accessible and inclusive institutions. We will also use part of the session to imagine alternative futures for digital learning and teaching using an emergent strategy process.

These informal lunchtime digital dialogues aim to stimulate discussion about all matters linked to digital learning and teaching within the South African higher education context. Join us as we establish a community of practice around digital learning and teaching. No matter if you are an academic, an educational developer, an instructional designer or have some other role, if you are interested in digital learning and teaching approaches, including online, blended and many others, we would like to hear from you.

Date: Wednesday 27 July
Time: 12:00 – 13:30
Platform: Microsoft Teams

If you have any questions, please email greig.krull@wits.ac.za.

We look forward to discussions with you!

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