Ministerial launch of report and findings from the national sectoral partnership project Next Steps: Moving Forward Together

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Simon Harris TD, Ireland’s Minister for Further & Higher Education, Research, Innovation & Science officially launches the report and findings from the national sectoral partnership project- Next Steps for Teaching and Learning: Moving Forward Together. The overarching aim of the ‘Next Steps’ project was to address the question, in the context of COVID-19, ‘What have we learnt and what does it mean for the future of teaching and learning in Irish higher education?’

This launch is the centre-piece of VIT&L Week events and activities. This event shares the findings from the project. These findings are discussed by a panel which includes student, staff, senior management, sector, system and international representatives. This Ministerial launch event is chaired and presented by Irish print and broadcast journalist Matt Cooper.

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