Dr Ann Thanaraj

Dr Ann Thanaraj

Assistant Academic Registrar Digital Transformation Teesside University

Dr. Ann Thanaraj is Assistant Academic Registrar leading the digital transformation of learning and teaching at Teesside University. Ann has led a university-wide strategic and change transformation project in setting up Online Learning at Teesside University with academic leadership and accountability for the quality of OL courses. Ann is also founder and host of Lawyering in a Digital Age, an international initiative which brings together a global interdisciplinary audience to shape the direction of legal education fit for a digital age.

Ann works nationally with various organisations and sector leaders to support the education sector to transform their online learning practices and digitally transform their learning and teaching experiences. She also supports law schools in reimagining models of law degrees fit for the digital age. In a quest to digitally transform legal education, particularly in today’s rapidly changing legal landscape, where becoming a digital lawyer is vital to success within the legal profession, Ann and her co-authors have developed the first in the world textbook for law students on “Digital Lawyering” as a guide for law schools to reimagine the legal education curriculum. Ann is National Teaching Fellow and Principal Fellowship of AdvanceHE UK.

Ann will be joining us to discuss Teesside's 4 year plan for developing digital literacy and driving education 4.0.


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Wednesday 23/03/2022

From 16:15 To 16:40

03/23/2022 16:15 03/23/2022 16:40 Teesside University’s journey in developing digital literacy and driving education 4.0 Teaching staff must reimagine course design and academic practice in order to improve the student experience. Dr Ann Thanaraj and Paul Durston join us from Teesside University to present their 4 year plan for the training of teaching staff, developing digital literacy and driving education 4.0. Throughout we explain how this strategy must also meet new expectations from students on what they want from their learning experience.

Themes: Leadership, Futures, Inclusion
ExCeL London

ExCeL London

"Teesside University’s journey in developing digital literacy and driving education 4.0"

Dr Ann Thanaraj Paul Durston
Time and date

Wednesday 23/03/2022

From 16:15 To 16:40

03/23/2022 16:15 03/23/2022 16:40 Teesside University’s journey in developing digital literacy and driving education 4.0 Teaching staff must reimagine course design and academic practice in order to improve the student experience. Dr Ann Thanaraj and Paul Durston join us from Teesside University to present their 4 year plan for the training of teaching staff, developing digital literacy and driving education 4.0. Throughout we explain how this strategy must also meet new expectations from students on what they want from their learning experience.

Themes: Leadership, Futures, Inclusion
ExCeL London
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