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[EADTU-EU Online Summit] 2b. Embracing a new qualification: Implementing CMF in Short Learning Programmes

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Embracing a new qualification:
Implementing CMF in Short
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Kate Sandars, Partnership Director

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[EADTU-EU Online Summit] 2b. Embracing a new qualification: Implementing CMF in Short Learning Programmes

  1. 1. Embracing a new qualification: Implementing CMF in Short Learning Programmes Kate Sandars, Partnership Director
  2. 2. Photo by Sarah Kilian on Unsplash
  3. 3. All FutureLearn enrolments LEARNING DURING LOCKDOWN
  4. 4. Photo by Free To Use Sounds on Unsplash
  5. 5. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-52340651 Coronvirus looks to be accelerating trends we are already seeing
  6. 6. Short Courses Hundreds
 of Short Courses Millions
 of Learners Microcredentials 10 - 15 UK credits / 4-6 ECTS credits Aimed at
 Lifelong Learners Degrees Degrees & Qualifications Universities and Networks Developing our learning pathways FUTURELEARN’S PROPOSITION
  7. 7. Short Courses Hundreds
 of Short Courses Millions
 of Learners Developing our learning pathways FUTURELEARN’S PROPOSITION
  8. 8. Microcredentials 10 - 15 UK credits / 4-6 ECTS credits Aimed at
 Lifelong Learners Developing our learning pathways FUTURELEARN’S PROPOSITION
  9. 9. FutureLearn 
 Schools FutureLearn just launched our new FutureLearn Schools initiative to give students in every school in the world free access to every short course on the platform, starting with rolling out to schools in the UK and Republic of Ireland. Only students aged 13+ will be eligible due to safeguarding reasons. LEARNING DURING LOCKDOWN
  10. 10. COLLECTION How to Learn Online This course explores and develops key skills to secondary school 
 students in learning online FutureLearn and the Department for Education Just this week, FutureLearn has been selected as a provider for the UK Department for Education’s new online learning platform to help boost the nation’s skills while people are staying at home.  Free online courses made by University of Leeds, Insitute of Coding and  Accenture are featured. Find out more:  https:// www.futurelearn.com/courses/ collections/the-skills-toolkit LEARNING DURING LOCKDOWN
  11. 11. Feel free to connect with me • Partnership Director, FutureLearn • Focus on international partnerships • Strong focus on partners in Asia over the last few years • Former international news journalist, BBC News • Former product manager for BBC and Shazam kate.sandars@futurelearn.com @katesandars https://www.linkedin.com/in/katesandars/

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