Building Real-World Engineering Skills in an Online World
Recorded March 11, 2021 at 1pm CST / 2pm EST
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Hands-on learning sits at the heart of engineering curricula. But with COVID-19 forcing learning to move online for the foreseeable future, how can universities ensure their students still get that level of engagement? Learners are craving an applied learning environment, and even starting to take it into their own hands with demand for technical bootcamps growing more than 12% year over year1.
Join the Head of Coursera for Campus Americas, JP Moran, to explore how engineering departments are finding success in bringing those job-relevant skills to life online. Whether it is through guided labs or bootcamps, physical barriers don’t need to stand in the way of your students’ success.
Footnote: 1Coding bootcamp market By End-user, mode of Delivery, language, and geography - forecast and Analysis 2020-2024. (2020, July).
Attend this webinar to:
- Discover practical ways to apply a skills-first approach to learning
- Explore how to deepen student engagement through interactive online learning
- Understand what tools and content are available to add hands-on learning to your curricula
- See what engineering schools are doing today and walk away with best practices for your own department
Head, Campus Americas & Global Head, Channels and Emerging Business
JP Moran serves the Head of Coursera for Campus Americas and also the Global Head of Channels and Emerging Business. He is a veteran technology executive with experience in advisory services and building enterprise solutions with Skillsoft and CareerBuilder.