James teaches on the ‘Education and digital cultures’ and ‘An introduction to digital environments for learning course’, as well as coordinating dissertation support for students on the MSc in Digital Education. His teaching and research interests are in learning spaces and multimodality.
Dr James Lamb
We’re delighted to have welcomed two University of Edinburgh student interns to the Centre for Research in Digital Education over the last couple of months.
A summary of our contribution to the academic COVID response.
Teaching Matters blog posts from Dr Ben Williamson and Dr James Lamb
Seminar recording available: Dr James Lamb 'Digital technologies and the configuration of learning space'
The seminar recording of 'Digital technologies and the configuration of learning space' is now available on our Media Hopper video portal.
Marking the launch of 'The Manifesto for Teaching Online' the author team discusses the thinking behind the manifesto.
Details of events marking the launch of 'The Manifesto for Teaching Online'.
Creating innovative technologies that connect new distance students with the University of Edinburgh learning community.
What does it mean to be 'at' Edinburgh but not 'in' Edinburgh?
A teaching philosophy for online education.