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Race equality e-learning at the University of Surrey

07 Sep 2021 | Advance HE Osama Khan, Pro-Vice-Chancellor, Education and Professor in Practice at the University of Surrey discusses the co-creation of bespoke e-learning modules on race equality.

Our new Introduction to Race Equality e-Learning Course is based on the programme designed for the University of Surrey and provides a simple solution to ensure all staff and students in higher education have access to a quality introduction to race equality, as part of a wider institutional race equality strategy.

We collaborated with the University of Surrey to co-create two challenging e-learning modules on race equality. In this video Osama Khan, Pro-Vice-Chancellor, Education and Professor in Practice at the University of Surrey, discusses the co-creation of the e-learning modules, sharing the importance for the University, what the collaborative process with Advance HE was like and the impact the programme has made.

Watch Professor Osama Khan talk about the race equality e-learning modules at the University of Surrey 

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