22 Jun 2018

Communities, "Big Data", and Social Justice' seminar recordings available

This event took place on 11th May 2018 at The Moray House School of Education.  Recordings can be accessed via the presentation titles below.  

20 Jun 2018


'The Eye of the Needle: New Understandings of the Complex Barriers to Instructional Innovation with Technology' - seminar recording

The above seminar with Joel Smith (Carnegie Mellon University) took place on 29th May 2018 (Godfrey Thomson Hall, 12-1.30pm, Moray House School of Education)

11 Jun 2018


'Data Education for All', Professor Judy Robertson (inaugural lecture)

The Media Hopper recording of the above lecture, which took place on 15th May, is now available via this link.

08 Jun 2018


Journal launch - Postdigital Science and Education 

24 May 2018


Digital Education Privacy statement

23 May 2018

The Move2Learn project video is one of nine short films (out of 214) to win the 'Presenter Choice' in the 2018 STEM for ALL Video Showcase

14th-21st May saw 713 presenters and co-presenters share 214 videos of their projects exploring Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics and Computer Science education.  

15 May 2018


Recording available - Digital Education in Development Contexts in Higher Education: Hybrid Spaces, Leapfrogging and Scale

Dr Michael Gallagher

Link to Media Hopper recroding of the above seminar held on 4th May 2018:

14 May 2018


Transforming the educational landscape 14th-21st May 2018

Take part in the STEM for ALL film festival by watching and nominating your favourite short videos of (US federally funded) STEM research projects.  

Find out more about the video showcase :

11 May 2018


Move2Learn Project meeting

On 19-21stApril 2018, Andrew Manches, Zayba Ghazali-Mohammed, and Alexia Revueltas Roux visited Miami for our second (full-team) project meeting.  The meetings took place in the Patricia and Phillip Frost Museum of Science in Miami, a key research site in the Move2Learn (M2L) project. 

02 May 2018


The Centre for Research in Digital Education launched in November 2015, bringing together research within the Moray House School of Education that spanned digital pedagogy, computational and data cultures within education and the impact of digital technology on children and childhood.

The Centre now brings together this work under three themes: Digital Cultures; Children & Technology; and Data Society.