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Doctoral Symposium

The Networked Learning doctoral symposium will explore the idea of the network in relation to emerging and early career research.  It will take place on the morning before the conference:

Monday 7 April from 9.30am-12.30pm at Moray House School of Education, University of Edinburgh.

A ‘walking bus’ (20 minutes) will leave at 9.00am sharp on Monday 7th April from the Main Reception of Mason House

Registration now closed.

Please send queries or cancellations to edusymp@staffmail.ed.ac.uk

Programme

The symposium will include short presentations followed by group discussions of themes and key issues arising from the presentations. We are delighted that Sian Bayne, Hamish Macleod, Thomas Ryberg and Christine Sinclair from the NLC steering and organising committees will be attending and joining in the discussions.

Mary Bolger (Open Universiteit Nederland) How can Servant-Leadership enhance intrinsic motivation in MOOCs?

Kyung Mee Lee (University of Toronto) “Openness” and Discursive Practices in Online Networked Learning

Cormac O’Keeffe (Lancaster University)
Assembling the adult learner: transnational and local e-assessment practices

Bonnie Stewart (University of Prince Edward Island)
Exploring Networked Scholarly Identities and Influence

Steve Wright (Lancaster University)
The standardisation of taste: accounts, assessments and certifications as a methods assemblage in beer judging


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