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Scaling up online education HEPI blog post


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: 

Save the date: 2020 CRDE events


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: Lecture recordings to support learning: a contested space between students and teachers in Computers and Education.


Neil Morris, Bronwen Swinnerton and Taryn Coop have recently published a major new study on the impacts of lecture capture on staff and students in the journal Computers and Education - the paper is available here: Highlights from the study:   Students use lecture recordings during term time for learning, and for assessment preparation...

Antonio Martinez Arboleda to keynote at 8th International Conference on Informatics and Applications (ICIA2019)


Antonio Martinez Arboleda, Principal Teaching Fellow, University of Leeds, UK and Co-director of The Centre for Research in Digital Education of the University of Leeds will be giving a keynote speech entitled Digital Education and Universities: Collaborative Solutions for a Global Challenge at The 8th International Conference on Informatics and Applications ICIA2019  from August 2-4,...

Centre Research Symposium 16th May 2019


Our research symposium takes place on 16th May 2019. Follow #digitalleeds on Twitter for live updates on presentations, feedback and questions.

Unbundled University - impact report


Unbundling education: Mapping the changing nature of Higher Education in South Africa - impact report published

Prof Morris speaks to Jisc about multi-modal authentic assessment practices


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: for the full article

Renowned OER scholar joins Centre


The Centre is delighted to welcome Antonio Martinez Arboleda, based in the School of Languages, Cultures and Societies (see: 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: