A call to see digital technologies not merely as classroom tools or networked platforms for activity, but instead as actively shaping the performance of educational activity, space and the university itself.
Our seminar series brings together leading researchers working, often across disciplines, in the areas Digital Cultures, Children & Technology, Data Society and Data Education in Schools.
Our events are informal and are open to the public. Previous seminars can be accessed through Media Hopper Create, available here.
If you have a query regarding our events programme please get in touch with Dr Claire Sowton.
Michael Gallagher, Markus Breines and Myles Blaney discuss the findings of 'Exploring the Teacher Function' a project speculatively exploring the potential for automation in teaching.
This event brings together researchers and professionals working to support improvements in curriculum design in maths and science.
What data tells us about the importance of physical activity for learners during the pandemic.
This session considers some of the potentially liberatory components of the digital experiences of Black women in Britain.