The research highlights the particular importance of mobile devices for learning generally and for accessibility in order to access the curriculum.
Sue Cranmer was interviewed by the Education Technology Magazine recently about how technology could support inclusivity for disadvantaged students.
Professor Don Passey argues the need for considered thought before rapid development.
Murat Oztok publishes paper focused on understanding what it means “to be” in online spaces, and its implications for what it means to learn.
Professor Don Passey chairs the latest IFIP World Conference on Computers in Education 2017.
Sue Cranmer and Cathy Lewin (from Manchester Metropolitan University) have recently published a journal article based on the iTEC project in Technology, Pedagogy and Education.
Sue Cranmer recently presented her research ‘“Because if I write I can hardly see my own writing”: The benefits and barriers experienced by children and young people using digital technologies for learning’ at the 14th Research Conference, Nordic Network on Disability Research (NNDR), Örebro, Sweden, 3rd – 5th May, 2017
Don Passey co-edits book based on papers from the SaITE conference.
Research findings from studies on mobile learning have provided supportive detail for a Northern Ireland Department of Education Circular.
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.