Each Wednesday from 2pm, The University of Lincoln are hosting Virtual Classroom activities, with a new guest speaker each week.
Lincoln Live: Clara Amfo
The University of Lincoln have launched a new and engaging virtual classroom for their students, with regular new content and activities for current and prospective students. Lincoln Live, which will be streamed on Facebook each Wednesday at 2pm, will see a different guest speaker and topic every week.
All events will be streamed live via the University of Lincoln’s Virtual Classroom Facebook page .
Students will have a chance to ask any questions during the event, by posting questions to the guest speakers in the comments section of the live stream, or by sending them in advance to the Virtual Classroom Facebook page.
Login to facebook and follow University of Lincoln Virtual Classroom to join in every Wednesday. lncn.ac/virtual
Lincoln Live: Chris Packham CBE
Lincoln Live Events Schedule
All Virtual Classroom events start at 2pm (BST) each Wednesday, and will run for approximately 30 minutes. All viewers will have the opportunity to ask questions during the live Facebook event, or ask in advance via the Virtual Classroom Facebook page.
Wednesday 29th April – Chris Packham CBE
Chris’ online talk ‘Native Detectives’ will explore a series of natural objects to investigate what can be learnt about the animal species they came from by studying their simple form. All of which will reveal clues as to how the animals live and behave.
Wednesday 6th May – Jason Bradbury and Stewart Bibby
Join Jason and Stewart for their online talk on ‘The New Norm – Design Adapts’. They will be able to answer any questions you have about their talk or the University of Lincoln.
Lincoln Live: Jason Bradbury and Stewart Bibby
Lincoln Live: Dr Chris Headleand
Wednesday 13th May – Dr Chris Headleand
In this session, Dr Chris Headleand will be talking about ‘How Video Games Can Help You Learn’.
Wednesday 20th May – Clara Amfo
Lincoln Live: Dr Patricia Jackman
Wednesday 27th May – Dr Patricia Jackman
Wednesday 3rd June – Dr Craig Marsh
Lincoln Live: Dr Craig Marsh
Wednesday 10th June – Andrew David
Andrew David, Managing Editor of Siren FM at the University of Lincoln will talking through the history and future of broadcasting. Listen to his talk on ‘From tapes, CDs, LPs, and razor blades to virtual radio stations. The broadcasting future – it’s a young person’s world’.