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This is the final webinar of five as part of the facilitate PBL Network Summer Series.

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Enquiry Based Learning (EBL)/Problem Based Learning (PBL) requires learner autonomy and self-directed learning. The transition from tradition education to E/PBL is particularly difficult for learners in the initial stages. This is exacerbated when learners suddenly transition to remote and digital learning, and although digital E/PBL provides opportunities to develop digital skills necessary for 21st century learning, self-isolation and the need for more collaborative/peer learning has been highlighted in recent student feedback. This spring webinar series will provide tips and tricks to support the transition to navigating PBL in digital spaces, elements of E/PBL can lend itself to supporting learners to become independent and self-regulated.

1: Wed 4th May, 1 pm to 2 pm: Exploring student and staff learning experiences of PBL in Digital Spaces: Speaker: Norma O’Leary, UCC

2: Wed May 11th, 1pm to 2 pm: Student experience in PBL during the pandemic, learning from each other! Speaker: Higher Education Institution Community

3: Wed May 18th, 1 pm to 2 pm: Redesigning a semester wide PBL project in Civil Engineering for blended delivery. Speaker: Declan Phillips, Civil Eng, UL

4: Tues May 24th, 12 pm to 1:30 pm: Engaging students in research & inquiry. Speaker: Prof Mick Healey, Emeritus Professor University of Gloucestershire, UK.

5: Tue 31st May, 1pm to 2pm: Moving 100% online with a multimodule PBL structural design project. Speaker: Ross Higgins, Civil Eng, UL

Please follow the PBL facilitate network on Twitter @PBLFacilitate #PBL2020

Digital learning requires students to be self-directed learners, who can navigate learning material, make decisions about its relevance and how to use or apply such to learning activities.

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