Dr Jeremy Knox has received a grant from the Principal's Teaching Award Scheme to research the use of lecture recording at the University of Edinburgh, and the extent to which this technology fosters inclusive educational practices.
New grant from the Advanced Innovation Center for Future Education (AICFE) at Beijing Normal University to research Artificial Intelligence (A.I.) design for Inclusive education in China
Saturday 11 November 12 noon - 4pm, Ocean Terminal
Applications are invited for the post of Research Assistant to support the ‘Data Bodies in the Library’ research project, exploring the relationships between library software, data, physical space, and library users http://www.de.ed.ac.uk/project/data-bodies-library The post-holder will be based at the Centre for Research in Digital Education at Moray House School of Education.
New researchers and visiting scholars at the Centre for Research in Digital Education
A collaboration with the Centre for Research in Learning and Innovation at the University of Sydney, developing and researching innovative pedagogical and methodological approaches to designing and assessing student learning in digital spaces.
Professor Lydia Plowman has written a book review of Invisibly Blighted: The Digital Erosion of Childhood by Sandra Leaton Gray and Andy Phippen. The review is published in Times Higher Education (1 June 2017):
Children and Technology have received a large grant to explore how sensing and interaction technologies can be used to help pre-school children think, learn and communicate about science and technology.
Move2Learn is funded by Wellcome and led in the UK by Andrew Manches in partnership with UCL and the Glasgow Science Centre.
13-16 July 2017, University of Warwick, UK