Click the links below to access recordings of presentations hosted by the Centre for Research in Digital Education:
Centre for Research in Digital Education Research Symposium (May 2019)
(keynote) Innovating Pedagogy. Dr Rebecca Ferguson, Open University
Investigation into the use of Augmented Reality technology in Saudi school . Turki Alroqi (May 2019)
Exploring mature and part-time undergraduates’ experiences of using an online peer support community. Nadine Cavigioli (May 2019)
‘Hello, this is your tutor speaking’: How voice comments can remediate the feedback practices of a HE online course team. Katharine Stapleford (May 2019)
Centre for Research in Digital Education Research Symposium (May 2017)
The role of MOOCs in research methodology. Professor Diana Laurillard, UCL Knowledge Lab.
Technologies, pedagogies and teacher practices in the long-term: clear development aims? Professor Don Passey, Lancaster University.
Intelligent Data Analysis to Augment Video-based Learning. Alicja Piotrkowicz
What does educators’ engagement with MOOC discussions look like? Fereshte Goshtasbpour.
The Influence of Values on E-learning Adoption. Ashwin Mehta
Evaluating TEL resources – are we doing enough? Lauren Clunie
Centre for Research in Digital Education – Research seminars
State and directions of learning analytics adoption. Dragan Gasevic, University of Edinburgh (May 2016)
Learning with Intelligent Tutors and Worked Examples: Selecting Learning Activities Adaptively. Prof Tanja Mitrovic (Sept 2016)
UNBUNDLING HIGHER EDUCATION: A NEW SITE OF CONTESTATION FOR CURRICULUM, TEACHING AND LEARNING, AND ASSESSMENT? Dr Alan Cliff, University of Cape Town (Sept 2017)
Reimagining Online Learning (Dr Kay Lipson, Online Education Services) (Dec 2017)
Changing forms of teaching and learning provisions – ameliorating or exacerbating inequality? Laura Czerniewicz, University of Cape Town (April, 2018)
Unbundling the University in South Africa and the UK. Mariya Ivancheva (Nov 2018)
Unboxing Digital Education 4.0: A Look Inside Competing Learning Futures. Professor Mark Brown (May 2020)