Dr James Lamb

Lecturer in Digital Education

My research is especially concerned with the ways the learning spaces are affected by digital technologies. I am also interested in the role of sonic methods in education research, and in multimodal teaching and assessment. 

These research interests translate to my teaching, where I am Course Organiser for ‘Education and Digital Culture’, ‘Learning Spaces and Digital Technologies’ and ‘The Future of Learning Organisations’. I work across the School of Education and the Edinburgh Futures Institute.

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Graduation: MSc Education Futures

On Friday 1 December, the first cohort of students graduated from the MSc in Education Futures, which is offered through the Edinburgh Futures Institute

Podcast: Conceptualizing the digital space

Dr James Lamb examines the integration of digital and physical spaces and the development of personalized learning environments in this 'Future Learning Environments' podcast.

Teaching Here and There podcast

Professor Siân Bayne and Dr James Lamb talk to the 'Teaching Here and There' podcast team, Dominic Pates, Dr. Ivan Sikora and James Rutherford.

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