Exploring Divergence and Congruence between Learning and Assessment Practices in University and Professional Workplaces
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.
Learning about eye-tracking
by Alexia Revueltas Rouz, PhD student (Centre for Research in Digital Education)
What do we look at when we are looking? When do we stop looking? What drives our gaze from one place to another?
Eye-movements are small and not easily perceived. These are strongly related to visual attention, to a degree that moving your eyes to a different location will shift your focus of attention (although it is possible to shift your attention without moving your eyes).
Edinburgh and South East Scotland City Region Deal: Data Education in Schools
Help! My Teacher Is a Robot! – Children’s Thoughts on Teaching Automation
by Yi-Shan Tsai
Dr Philippa Sheail will speak at the Research Libraries UK conference at the British Library (14th March 2018): 'Culture, Code, Silence, Surveillance: The changing spaces of the research library'
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