The British University in Dubai Wins Catalyst Award for Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Belonging

Dr Tendai Charles from The British University in Dubai (BUiD) has been named winner of the Catalyst Award for Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Belonging which honours those institutions leveraging technology to foster diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging practices. Winners have taken specific steps to rethink how learning is achieved and are using Blackboard and/or Anthology solutions to ensure that their pedagogy, content, and educational services are fully inclusive and supportive of all learners, providing them with equitable opportunities to succeed.

Founded in 2005, the annual Catalyst Awards recognise and honour innovation and excellence in the Anthology global community of practice, where millions of educators and learners work every day to redefine what is possible when leveraging technology. Winners are selected by a cross-functional team of Anthology experts and represent the very best in their field. The Catalyst Awards were expanded when Anthology and Blackboard combined in 2021.

Throughout the past three years, Dr Tendai Charles has been leveraging technology to foster diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging practices, to ensure that BUiD provides a fully inclusive and supportive digital learning experience for all students. His contributions have been noticed on the global stage, hence he has received this award as a leader and catalyst for educational technology in the UAE and beyond.

The  Catalyst Award winners will be announced during Anthology Together, Anthology’s annual user conference to be held 11-14 July in Orlando, USA.

For more information on the Catalyst Awards, please visit: https://www.anthology.com/catalyst-awards

 

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