Four winners will be presented with Apple tablets and an award certificate in September 2017 for excellent publication from research conducted for the Doctoral Programmes in Educational Research (Higher Education) and the online Higher Education Research and Development.
Starting early in 2016, Carla Briffett-Aktas and Manish Malik, both part-time PhD researchers studying away from the university, joined a network of Lancaster University students working on a wide variety of digital projects designed to enhance the student learning experience.
A tribute to the academic contribution of Dr Steve Dempster, who sadly died on Wednesday 29th March 2017.
It is with great sadness that we announce the death of Dr Steve Dempster on Wednesday 29th March 2017 after a period of ill health.
We are delighted to welcome Dr. Chryssa Themelis, a graduate of our Doctoral programme in E-Research and Technology-Enhanced Learning, to the research team of the Visual/Video Literacies (ViLi) project led by Dr. Julie-Ann Sime.
The visit to UCBC, Chile was the first in the link between the Department of Educational Research and UCBC.
In July 2016 the Educational Research Department once again hosted the Higher Education Close-Up (HECU) conference and welcomed delegates from around the world.
A Lancaster University PhD student has been awarded a prestigious research prize at the UK Radiology Conference in Liverpool.
The recent Networked Learning Conference brought together a number of students and staff, both current and past, from the Doctoral Programme in E-Research and Technology Enhanced Learning.
The Centre for Technology Enhanced Learning (within the Department of Educational Research) is pleased to be hosting the tenth International Networked Learning Conference from May 9th to 11th 2016. The two keynote speakers are Caroline Haythornthwaite (University of British Columbia) and Sian Bayne (University of Edinburgh).