The active lecture: student-centred learning for the future Online teaching offers valuable insight into effective pedagogy that will remain useful long after the pandemic is past, according to James Pickering, who outlines the key lessons to improve teaching design and delivery. Access the THE Campus article here.
Bronwen Swinnerton and James Pickering outline the steps all universities should take to ensure ethical and transparent collection and use of student data via edtech platforms on THE Campus site. Access the article here.
Bronwen Swinnerton spoke at this YOUTUBE LIVESTREAM EVENT on May 25 2021 – Learning in #Inclusive Knowledge Societies After #Covid19 which explored links between learning, #intersectionality & #inclusion. Recording of the event will be available here shortly.
The latest episode in our #inclusion and #education podcast series is now live. @GFereshte & @bronswinnerton look at ways to engage learners in online discussions in #moocs with @PGRLuke Listen to the podcast here
Digitalisation continues to grow in many sectors, resulting in significant demand for skills-based education and training. In this Open Access Government article, Professor Neil Morris argues for the growth of online education to support digital skills training.
Professor Neil Morris contributed to a report published by Jisc on the future of HE. Prof Morris is quoted in the report as follows: “The months to come are the critical test for educational technology. If we get this wrong, then we could set this whole area back years because if people take away the…
During March and April 2020, Professor Neil Morris was asked to contribute to a number of Guardian articles about the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the future of online learning, and the impacts on students’ learning. Professor Morris’ comments are based on research conducted in the Unbundled University research project. You can access the…
Professor Neil Morris wrote a blog post about scaling up online education during COVID-19 for the Higher Education Policy Institute drawing on the research findings from the Unbundled University research project. You can read the blog post here: https://www.hepi.ac.uk/2020/04/29/scaling-up-online-education-more-haste-less-speed/
Please see below details of events planned by The Centre for Research in Digital Education for 2020: February 5th 2020, 12.30-2pm – Seminar – ‘Dashboards’ Dr Liz Bennett, Director of Teaching and Learning for the School of Education and Professional Development, University of Huddersfield. April 8th 2020, 12.30-2pm – Seminar- ‘Learning analytics and wellbeing’, Samantha…
New paper published: Look who’s talking: Exploring instructors’ contributions to Massive Open Online Courses in British Journal of Educational Technology.
Current Centre PhD student, Fereshte Goshtasbpour, has published a journal article with supervisors Neil Morris and Bronwen Swinnerton on instructors’ contributions to MOOCs. You can access the article here: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1111/bjet.12787