South network digital resources
Here you can access videos from sessions organised by our AUA South regional network. This page will be updated as more recordings are made available.
Opportunities for Enhancing Student Experience Through Internationalisation at Home – Dr Anthony Manning, University of Kent
This session was delivered by Dr Anthony Manning, Dean for Internationalisation at the University of Kent.
This session describes the objectives, and potential opportunities which can be derived for student experience and institutions, through engaging more proactively with Internationalisation at Home and Curriculum Internationalisation initiatives.
This event was organised by the AUA South regional network alongside our Student Experience & Engagement themed network.
International HE Beyond Brexit and Pandemic – future plans
Andy Howells, Dr Stephanie Harris and Peter Mason, Universities UK International, talk a1round what the future of international higher education could look like and we continue to move forward through the pandemic, and in a post-Brexit world. Will everything change now, or will things go back to the way they were? They discuss the evolving thinking behind the development of universities internationalisation strategies.
South network PgCert information session
Reflections from graduates
In this session Jane Reid, the PgCert’s Teaching and Learning Manager, provides an overview of what’s involved in studying the AUA’s PgCert and how delivery has been adapted during the pandemic.
Also, AUA members from the South regional network who have already completed the PgCert talk about their experience of undertaking the programme, including the benefits of it to their career.
Digital accessibility as the fundamental building block for good user experience
This session provides a review of the basic principles of digital accessibility and the broader benefits they provide to all users and organisations. There is also a review of the obligations for public sector bodies under the Public Sector Bodies (Websites and Mobile Applications) Accessibility Regulations (2018) and the opportunity to utilise accessible technologies to build better learning environments that will enable staff and students to maximise the value of digital information sources.
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