Free webinars: Moving Case Teaching Online Quickly

Cartoon of a teacher in front of a laptop with speech bubbles on itAs Coronavirus (COVID-19) causes the usual delivery of programmes around the world to be disrupted, business schools are facing the unprecedented challenge of moving all teaching online quickly.

This series of free webinars will share experiences of moving case teaching online from a variety of case experts in different settings around the world.


Webinar 1: Moving Case Teaching Online Quickly - Best Practice

Antoinette Mills and Angela Lee11h (EST) | 16h (BST), Monday 30 March 2020 (check the time in your timezone here)

This free 60-minute webinar, hosted by Antoinette Mills, Media and Systems Manager at The Case Centre, will look at best practice for moving case teaching online quickly.

Case expert, Angela Lee from Columbia Business School, will share her experiences of case teaching online. She will also look at engagement, accountability and clarity in remote case teaching. 

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Webinar 2: Moving Case Teaching Online Quickly - Shared Experiences

Antoinette Mills, Martin Kupp and Urs Mueller11h (EST) | 16h (BST), Monday 6 April 2020 (check the time in your timezone here)

This free 60-minute webinar, hosted by Antoinette Mills, Media and Systems Manager at The Case Centre, will provide an opportunity to share experiences of moving case teaching online quickly.

Case experts, Martin Kupp from ESCP Business School and Urs Mueller from SDA Bocconi School of Management and ESMT Berlin, will share their experiences of moving their case classes online.

Martin and Urs will also facilitate a Q&A session with participants. We invite participants to submit questions in advance of the webinar.

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Accessing the webinars

The webinars will be run using Zoom. Registered participants will receive an email before each webinar with a link to join the session.

If you're unable to attend the webinars, simply register and we'll send you a link to the recordings after they have taken place.

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Please contact Hannah Blythin with any queries relating to this webinar.
 
Antoinette Hannah Blythin
Training and Events Developer
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