27 March 2017
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.
20 March 2017
The research findings highlight visibility, inclusivity and efficiency as major contributing factors.
24 February 2017
Successful project works with deaf students learning English literacy supported by a new platform: Sign Language to English for the Deaf (SLEND)
16 February 2017
There is still time to join the world-class keynote speakers and submit a paper.
14 February 2017
Don presents two talks reviewing findings from current studies and how they relate to learning.
31 January 2017
Sue Cranmer was interviewed at the Bett Show on 26 January 2017 as part of a regional project being organised by the British Council to showcase UK best practice for using digital technologies in education.
30 January 2017
Sue Cranmer presented research on ‘Disabled children learning with digital technologies’ in the SEN Learn Live Theatre, BETT, London at 14.30 pm on 26 January 2017.
4 January 2017
Mobile learning applications to support medical education will be the key focus for a two month research visit to the Centre for Technology Enhanced Learning
18 November 2016
Professor Tong Ming Lim and Dr Angela Lee Siew Hoong from Sunway University, Malaysia work with Professor Don Passey on the joint project 'sustaining lifelong learning and transitions through digital change and adaptability'.
17 November 2016
His talk was entitled ‘Getting the balance of the blend right’.