Having just returned from Tanzania and an intensive round of workshops as part of a Global Challenges Research Fund (GCRF) small grant for theme development, I wanted to take a moment to report in on the details. This all has relevance to digital education so bear with me.
The Time and Place: 24-26 June 2019. The University of Dar es Salaam, Tanzania
How to know the world? What the untold story of the 1926 Floating University world cruise says about how universities came to have authority over knowledge in the 20th century.
Dr Tamson Pietsch, Director of the Australian Centre for Public History, University of Technology, Sydney
This seminar took place on Tuesday 28th May at 50 George Square.
Have you ever wondered….who does higher education policy actually ‘work’ for?
Professor Sarah Hayes, University of Wolverhampton
This seminar took place on Friday 3rd May at Moray House School of Education and Sport
We are delighted to share our 2019 annual report (pdf link) setting out the extent of our activity this year. With a particular focus on the impact of our work, this report includes a new visualisation of our work bringing together the many activities of the Centre for Research in Digital Education.
Thanks to all the many colleagues, students, schools, partners, co-researchers and friends who make our work possible!
The Madonna of the Annunciation, Francesco Allegrini (National Galleries of Scotland)
AHRC Collaborative Doctoral Partnership 'Unlike a Version: the lives of digitised artworks'
Application deadline 3 May 2019 (12pm). Eligible to UK/EU students. Covers UK/EU fees plus stipend.
The University of Edinburgh and National Galleries of Scotland are seeking a doctoral student for an AHRC-funded Collaborative Doctoral Partnership award, 'Unlike a Version: the lives of digitised artworks'.
The European Students, Sustainability Auditing (ESSA) project is a three year project funded through ERASMUS+ (www.essaproejct.eu) with students from three participating universities being trained in university social responsibility (USR) auditing. The USR audit uses benchmark standards developed in a previous ERMASMUS+ project: