How technology, culture, learning and policy intersect within research and practice in digital education.
|Date of Event||Title|
|26 Feb 2016||Code, methods and the production of educational data (Dr Cormack O’Keeffe)|
|22 Mar 2016||Research that matters – playing with method, planning for impact|
|21 Apr 2016||Creating Living Knowledge: Understanding interdisciplinary and community-engaged research in the arts, humanities and social sciences (Professor Keri Facer)|
|25 Apr 2016 – 29 Apr 2016||International Conference: Learning Analytics and Knowledge (LAK16)|
|25 Apr 2016 – 26 Apr 2016||International Conference: Learning at Scale|
The Centre for Research in Digital Education is based in the Moray House School of Education at the University of Edinburgh, and conducts research, knowledge exchange and consultancy in key areas including digital education pedagogy and policy, open education, children and technology, learning analytics and museum learning.
We work with policymakers, the cultural heritage sector, community groups, schools and universities, and other public and private sector organisations. Our partners value us for our distinctive approach to learning, teaching and technology in formal and informal education, and for the ways in which we combine our research with imaginative and creative practice.