Session 2 detailed description
Monday 25. May, 14:00 - 17:45
Major Theme: Digitalization in Learning and Researching
Location: EL6 (View floorplan)
- How do we redefine learning objectives for student skills, competencies and attitudes for a digitalized future when designing programs, and how do provide the learning opportunities?
- What happens when we no longer have to teach “knowledge”, because of unlimited access to the internet, and will “back of an envelope” have any meaning for future students?
- Can we “hack” the brains of our students and make them better learners, improve possibilities for individualized teaching, and offer tailor-suited options for continuous education?
- What contemporary teaching formats will become obsolete and be replaced by digital tools and what formats will not?
- Can computational thinking be applied to all “classical sciences” and what does that require of the “classical scientists”?
- How to take the opportunity of new digital options in sharing outcomes with society?
- Can we “hack” the brains of our researchers and make them better innovators for a sustainable future?
- How do we support the computational and data science needs of our researchers as universities of science & technology?
Martin Vigild, Senior Vice President
DTU – Danish Technical University (Denmark)
Gerhard Müller, Vice President
TU Munich – Technical University of Munich (Germany)
14:00 - 14:45
14:45 - 15:15
15:15 - 16:30
16:30 – 17:15
17:15 - 17:45