Dr James Lamb

Lecturer in Digital Education

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.

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Wondering and shuffling through the Old Town: a walking seminar and playlist

7 Dec 2016
Edinburgh wandering


Our colleague and doctoral student James Lamb has written about the recent Digital Education walking seminar (led by James with Jeremy Knox): ‘Wondering about the city: making meaning in Edinburgh’s Old Town’, which is accompanied below by Jen Ross’s excellent playlist, ‘Shuffling through the Old Town’.  Do please read and listen alongside if you can:


Launch of Centre for Research in Digital Education

9 Dec 2015
photo of people at the DE party


The Digital Education Centre formally launched on 26th November at a party in the Scottish Storytelling Centre on the High Street, Edinburgh.

We had an excellent and well-attended night, and it was great to have so many colleagues, students and friends come and share the celebration.

We celebrated the 10-year anniversary of the MSc in Digital Education at the same time, and with graduation happening the following day, were able to welcome many of our graduands too.