Insendi, the online education experts, will work with Imperial’s School of Medicine to develop and enhance their blended learning programmes which will be rolled out to undergraduate medical students over the next two years.
With a strong foundation in educational research, the insendi platform focuses on transformational and high-impact learning experiences for students. Insendi strongly believes that technology can enhance pedagogy, empowering educators to harness new and innovative methods of teaching. This approach together with insendi’s native functionalities support and facilitate the undergraduate medical programme’s ethos of active learning through guided discovery, problem based learning and community building.
Emma Lancaster, Chief Executive of insendi’s parent company, Study Group, said:
“We are delighted to be collaborating with the prestigious School of Medicine at Imperial College London. Insendi has worked extensively with the Business School at Imperial over recent years and welcomes the opportunity to now share their expertise within the School of Medicine, a true leader and pioneer in the field of medical education.”
Lisa Carrier, Head of Technology Enhanced Education, Imperial College London said:
“The student experience is always at the heart of our academic programme design and development. Insendi’s platform offers us the pedagogical structure and functionality we require for our newly-developed undergraduate programme”.
As one of the world’s leading undergraduate medical programmes (ranked 4th in the world for clinical, pre-clinical and health by Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2021), the School of Medicine at Imperial College London has developed a state-of-the art programme to equip the next generation of physicians with the skills and techniques required to ensure the best outcomes for patients.