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
Since March 2020 we have been bringing our collective expertise to the academic COVID response, within our own university, sector-wide and globally. The following summarises our contribution and provides links to our ongoing work.
Image: James Lamb
The University of Edinburgh blog, promoting, discussing and celebrating teaching at the University of Edinburgh features articles this month by two academics from the Centre for Research in Digital Education.
Digital technologies and the configuration of learning space
Dr James Lamb, Centre for Research in Digital Education
Chaired by Dr Jeremy Knox
This seminar took place on 26th November 2020. Access the event recording via our Media Hopper channel.
In September 2020 MIT Press will be publishing our new book – The Manifesto for Teaching Online is available for pre-order now.
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:
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.