Online technology use in business and management education:
cross-disciplinary and cross-cultural perspectives
Chair: Ruslan Ramanau, Open University Business School, UK
Speaker: Giacomo Carli, Open University Business School, UK
Speaker: Dan Bumblauskas, University of Northern Iowa, USA
Speaker: Herb Nold, Polk State College, Winter Haven, Florida, USA
Time: July 31, 2021 from 3:00PM to 5:00PM Eastern
By the third decade of the 21st century online education has come of age and has become mainstream in a wide range of disciplinary contexts, including business and management education (BME). The recent Co-Vid-19 crisis has spurred further growth in online teaching and learning provision globally. Bringing together educators from a range of BME contexts, this workshop will provide space for educators to exchange experiences in using digital technologies to support their teaching and to contribute to formulating research agenda on the subject.
This session will start with brief presentations (lasting up to 10 minutes) from each of the speakers and the chair on their views of the current state of online and/ blended BME research. It will be followed by small virtual groups, where participants will be able to share their views and research ideas. The PDW will be concluded by a plenary discussion.
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This session will be limited to 30 attendees, so only the first 30 people who have pre-registered for the PDW will have access to the live session.