Join us in our Gather virtual Tech Futures Lab to find out how the metaverse and other disruptive technologies are reshaping the way we liveRegister now
Tue 17 May 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM
Join us in our Gather virtual Tech Futures Lab to find out how the metaverse and other disruptive technologies are reshaping the way we live and work, and how you could use them strategically in what you do.
Learn more about two micro-credentials that could change how you think about disruptive technologies.
Nothing will ever replace being with people in real life, but today’s technology is doing its best to give us new ways to connect, learn and share.
The metaverse is one example of disruptive technology, new innovations and approaches that are shaking up the status quo and providing us with new tools to do things differently.
So why not experience the metaverse first hand at our upcoming Virtual Lab: learning in the metaverse to discover how you can learn about these disruptive technologies.
Gather is the new place to be in the metaverse.
Please note: you will need to register for this virtual event to be provided with a code to access Gather and to create your own personalised avatar.
National Academic Manager
Hayley is a brilliant, driven member at the very heart of The Mind Lab and Tech Futures Lab. She originally had visions of following a traditional academic career, but disrupted that by joining us to fulfill her passion for teaching, learning and research in our future-focused learning environment. In her role as National Academic Manager she contributes to teaching and supervision, new programme development and academic quality across all programmes at The Mind Lab and Tech Futures Lab.
Anzel seems wise beyond his years. Perhaps it's the empathetic approach he applies to whatever he does, but a conversation with Anzel makes you very hopeful for the future.
His journey to Tech Futures Lab and into technology itself is one of being open to opportunities. Passionate about emerging and disruptive technologies now, Anzel started out on an altogether different pathway, studying Biological Science and Psychology with the intent of becoming an audiologist.