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Technology enhanced learning - thinking about inclusivity
Research in the Centre for Technology Enhanced Learning explores social uses and implications for digital technologies in the context of different and associated learning settings.
Centre members are concerned with aspects of inclusivity and are looking at ways that different groups of learners can engage with, and use, digital technologies to benefit and support their learning needs. Many aspects of inclusivity are explored in Don Passey's book Inclusive technology enhanced learning: Overcoming Cognitive, Physical, Emotional and Geographic Challenges (2013).
Older learners participated in Mary Hamilton's research project reported in Spiralling through change: older people negotiating new communication technologies, a collaborative research project.
Sue Cranmer, Neil Selwyn and John Potter incorporated the views and perceptions of young learners in a study of Primary Schools and ICT.
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Forthcoming conferences with Centre members on organising or programme committees:
12th International Conference on Cognition and Exploratory Learning in Digital Age (CELDA 2015)
10th International Conference on Networked Learning
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