Choose the best answer from the three options
The man’s argument was interesting, although a lot of his points were off-topic
The professor’s theories were so convoluted that most people who read his book had a hard time understanding them.
If we had known there would be a bad storm, we would have prepared better for it.
The student should have chosen a university closer to home
In the event of an emergency, don’t hesitate to contact the support team
The diagram below describes how to make electricity at home. Match the text below with the numbered labels on the diagram.
What does higher education lose or gain by going virtual? As institutes of higher education migrate toward digital models, three leading academics unpack the potential losses and gains for students and researchers.
What is the first speaker’s main point about the impact of the pandemic on academic research (0:11 – 0:43)
What does the second speaker mean when she says: “We think we have a system that works until something like this happens…” (0:50 – 1:36)
What is the link between technology and the ‘flaws’ in higher education systems as explained by the third speaker? (1:41 – 2:17)
What did the fourth speaker find interesting about using remote learning technology? (2:25 – 3:08)
How does the the fifth speaker explain ‘inclusivity’ in her particular academic work? (3:12 – 3:51)
What is the sixth speaker’s main point when he talks about travel and research? (3:56 – 4:28)