Professor Neil Selwyn, Monash University, will be joining us (online) to discuss digital education in times of climate crisis.
This online conference will provide an opportunity to examine and discuss recent paths of development, current enactments, and possible trajectories for education policy and governance in a time of intensive digitalization and datafication.
Studying forms and borders of Open Education through a topological lens: user interfaces
Join Dr Beatrice Hayes on 24th March for a discussion of the risks and benefits children's social networking site usage
Join Rikke Toft Nørgård from the Danish School of Education, Aarhus University, to imagine future higher education institutions.
Maureen Finn, Director of the Scottish Traveler Education Programme, will describe the coming together of nomadic children with digital media to explore the social, material and pedagogic aspects of school spaces.
If you are interested in the ways that digital technologies affect those spaces where we teach and learn, please join us for what should be a fascinating and thought-provoking conversation on 24th February 9am (GMT).
Dr Dimitra Kotouza will present findings from collaborative research on interventions addressing the ‘mental health crisis’ in UK HE (MAPUKHE project).
A learner focused interactive data science activity (P7-S4) using real data to investigate how renewable energy could reduce your school’s carbon footprint.