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How Northampton was able to adapt quickly to lockdown learning

News Page 1st May 2020

The University of Northampton was better placed than many other universities to adapt to lockdown life, according to one of the institution’s senior leaders.

John Sinclair, Dean of the Faculty of Arts, Science and Technology, spoke to NLive Radio this week about how quickly the University was able to successfully switch from face-to-face teaching to online learning.

He pointed out the University’s Active Blended Learning model meant it was already geared up for online learning.

Watch part of the interview below.

You can listen to the whole interview on NLive’s website.

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