Imperial head: no more ‘dull lectures in crowded auditoriums’

From Times Higher Education: “University students will no longer accept ‘dull lectures in crowded auditoriums,’ according to the president of Imperial College London. Giving the institution’s annual address on 2 June, Alice Gast was due to say that the rapid switch online since the start of the pandemic and the move to ‘multi-mode education’ had given universities a taste of their ‘ability to enrich the educational experience for our students The best and brightest students will not accept an education fashioned around dull lectures in a crowded auditorium,’ she was set to say.”

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