Professor Judy Robertson

Chair in Digital Learning

Professor Judy Robertson is Chair in Digital Learning. She has been developing educational technology with children and teachers since 1997. She is a Senior Member of the ACM, and a Senior Fellow of the HEA. She is interested in computer science education, serious games for children and gender equality. Her work focuses on how technology can help to solve thorny real world problems. Current projects include Data Education in Schools, which aims to educate all children in the Edinburgh city region about data, and the development of an app to support play for young children in the Edinburgh Royal Hospital for Sick Children.  Email: judy.robertson@ed.ac.uk.  Call on: 0131 651 6249 

Or write/visit here:
4th Floor, St John's Land
The Moray House School of Education and Sport
Holyrood Road
Edinburgh EH8 8AQ

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British Data Awards 2024

The Data Education in Schools team have won the ‘Education Initiative of the Year’ Award at the 2024 British Data Awards.

Information Literacy Award

The Data Education in Schools team are have jointly won the 2024 Information Literacy Award, announced as part of the LILAC conference held in Leeds on the 25th March.

Alexa, what are you thinking?

Professor Judy Robertson shares research findings and AI literacy resources with the Raspberry Pi foundation magazine '(Hello World)'

Projects

AI futures for Scottish education

AI Futures for Scottish education addresses an urgent need to address the rapid emergence of generative AI technologies, and to consider the ethical and educational issues raised as teachers and students experiment with its capabilities

NPA/PDA resource development

Developing resources to support the delivery of two SQA qualifications: the National Progression Award (NPA) in Data Science and the Professional Development Award (PDA) in Data Science