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Our research symposium takes place on 16th May 2019. Follow #digitalleeds on Twitter for live updates on presentations, feedback and questions.
Unbundling education: Mapping the changing nature of Higher Education in South Africa – impact report published https://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/sil/impact/2019/00002019/00000001/art00015
Professor Morris recently spoke to Jisc about authentic assessment practices, and reflected on the value of a group-based multimodal assessment delivered on the MA Digital Education programme at Leeds. See: https://www.jisc.ac.uk/news/assessment-whats-the-point-19-mar-2019 for the full article
The Centre is delighted to welcome Antonio Martinez Arboleda, based in the School of Languages, Cultures and Societies (see: https://ahc.leeds.ac.uk/languages/staff/91/antonio-martinez-arboleda). Antonio is a renowned scholar in the area of Open Educational Resources, and is currently conducting a LITE project investigating Digital Assessment and Feedback (see: http://teachingexcellence.leeds.ac.uk/profiles/antonio-martinez-arboleda/).
The Unbundled University, the Market and Digital Technology: an online course. How are unbundling, marketisation and digital technology changing Higher Education? Do you want to find out more about the unbundling project and its findings? As part of the dissemination of our findings from this project the team from the University of Cape Town and…
Dr James Pickering and Dr Bronwen Swinnerton’s recent journal article is featured on the front cover of the March/April issue of Anatomical Sciences Education. For full details, see: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/ase.1810 Article title: Exploring the Dimensions of Medical Student Engagement with Technology‐Enhanced Learning Resources and Assessing the Impact on Assessment Outcomes
Professor Morris contributed to an interview with Leiden University, ahead of a keynote presentation in January 2019. The full interview is available here:  https://www.staff.universiteitleiden.nl/news/2019/01/symposium-on-online-teaching-best-of-both-worlds    
Neil Morris will be speaking at the ‘Best of both worlds: adding online experiences to on-campus education’ symposium at Leiden University, Netherlands, on 31st January 2019. ‘In his keynote titled ‘The changing nature of higher education in the digital age’, Neil will inspire us with current possibilities and developments that will shape the future. He…