Insendi founder to speak on business education in the post-pandemic world

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The Covid-19 pandemic moved digital learning from being a growing but niche activity within management education, to centre stage in dramatic fashion.

Our sector witnessed an unprecedented period of innovation as faculty and professional staff found themselves scrambling to redesign their activities for online format. Classes, tutorials, careers support, clubs, alumni events and even graduation ceremonies all adopted a digital form.

As the disruption caused by the pandemic enters its second year, and the end steadily comes into view, a key consideration is to question the degree to which these digital formats of education will revert to their prior format. Which online processes will endure? And which will not? Business school leaders can shape the answer to this question and sit at a critical moment, needing to decide whether to seize the opportunities presented by the crisis.

To help answer these questions, insendi founder and Director of the EdTech Lab at Imperial College Business School, Dr David Lefevre, will be hosting a webinar in partnership with the Association of MBAs.

Webinar: Business education in the post-pandemic world: a technology enhanced future

Date: 18 March 2021 | 14:00 – 15:00 GMT

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Dr. David Lefevre

About the author

David is the Director of the Edtech Lab at the Imperial College Business School and co-founder of insendi, a spin-out firm from the Edtech Lab focused on online learning platforms.

David joined Imperial College in 2001 as an MSc student in the Department of Computing and then completed a PhD in the Imperial College Business Schoool. David has a long standing interest in the use of technology in education and started teaching my classes online in 2003. Davids role evolved to encourage others to teach using technology. In 2005 he joined Business School and formed the Edtech Lab.