Seminars

We run frequent research seminars on a wide variety of themes during term time.  Please visit our Events page for further details. Many of these seminars are recorded and can be accessed by visiting our archive.


2011 Seminars

The place of 'voice' in collaborative online learning: A phenomenology

Alex Bell, University of Wales
7th December, 2011
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Young people and violence: gendered understandings of violence and discourses of acceptability

Vanita Sundaram, Department of Education, University of York
16th November, 2011
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The impact of a haptics environment on students' learning: the hapTEL experience

Margaret Cox, Director of the hapTEL project - King's College London
12th October, 2011
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Desperately seeking independence. Some implications of student experience of the transition into Lancaster University for an understanding of motivational goal structures

Colin Rogers, Department of Educational Research, Lancaster University, 8th June, 2011
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Negotiating the technology minefield - families negotiating the discourses of ICT and the Internet at home

Claire Coulton, Department of Educational Research, Lancaster University, 11th May, 2011
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Conflict in Virtual Learning Communities in the Context of a Democratic Pedagogy

Tugba Ozturk, Department of Educational Research, Lancaster University and also Ankara University, Turkey, 30th March, 2011
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Technostructural Knowledge: E-learning and Academic Capital

Drew Whitworth, School of Education, University of Manchester, 23rd March, 2011
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How does online asynchronous text-based communication mediate the learning process in a Distance Creative Writing Masters programme? Approaches to data collection

Hilary Thomas, Lancaster University, 16th March, 2011
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Beyond Inclusion: Special and Mainstream Schools working together

Tania Vazquez, PhD Student, Lancaster University, 2nd March, 2011
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(un)Doing Education with Actor-Network Theory

Tara Fenwick, Stirling Institute of Education, University of Stirling 23rd February, 2011
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The posthuman university?: hybrid spaces and literacy practices

Dr Lesley Gourley, Centre for Academic and Professional Literacies (CAPLITS), Institute of Education, University of London, 16th February, 2011
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