OnlineEd 2022

Now the firmly established global event for online learning and teaching

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OnlineEd 2022 has now ended. Thank you to all attendees, speakers, sponsors and partners who made this event a true celebration of online learning and teaching in higher education. Don't forget to join our LinkedIn forum to be the first to hear about our upcoming content!


No one doubts that online education has a permanent and increasing role in the delivery of university and college education. Technology and best practice are developing at pace. The mission of this event is to provide an environment and forum to review and discuss what is now possible and how best to implement and reap the rewards of the wide range of new resources and new ways of supporting learning and teaching in higher education.

You’ll hear keynotes from the industry's leading experts, participate in panel discussions, and network with fellow professionals. We will address key topics including learnings from the pandemic, the revolution in the digital delivery of education, inclusive practices in blended and work-based executive education, what it means to have a connected campus, the increasingly flexible role of the on-campus library offering and much more.


Who should attend?

  • University Vice Chancellors, Presidents and Rectors
  • Heads of Business Schools, Medical Schools and Colleges
  • Deans, Heads of University and College Departments
  • Course Directors
  • Librarians
  • Heads of University IT Systems
  • Vendors of hardware, programs, platforms and content to universities and colleges

THIS EVENT HAS NOW ENDED

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What others say

[The] HS OnlineEd event provided me with food for thought for the future of my own online space for the diversity of students that I engage with.

Sabrina Kavanagh
Institute of Technology Carlow, Ireland

A very insightful Teaching and Learning conference for the Online environment!!! This was for me the most enjoyable virtual conference since the start of online conferences.

Mapitsi Thantsha
University of Pretoria, South Africa

HS OnlineEd 2021 conference gave me a rare opportunity to connect with colleagues as well as providers of online educational tools. As a result, I am better able to navigate the fast-changing world of modern university education.

Nick Zubanov
University of Konstanz, Germany