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.


2016 Seminars

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Making higher education markets

Dr Janja Komljenovic, Department of Educational Research, Lancaster University

16 November 2016

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Learning to write as an academic

Dr Ibrar Bhatt and Dr Karin Tusting, Department of Educational Research and Department of Linguistics, Lancaster University

09 November 2016

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Posthumanism, digital education, and the MOOC

Jeremy Knox, Centre for Research in Digital Education, University of Edinburgh

19 October 2016

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Getting to know QM: The Actor-Network(s) of Quantitative Methods in Higher Education Social Science Subjects

Vicky Gorton, Department of Educational Research, Lancaster University

08 June, 2016

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A Phenomenography of Phenomenography

Malcolm Tight, Department of Educational Research, Lancaster University

01 June, 2016

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Second Language Learning via Synchronous computer-mediated communications

Marije Michel, Department of Linguistics and English Language, Lancaster University

25 May, 2016

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Education for Social Justice: How Can Sen and Bourdieu Help Us?

Caroline Sarojini Hart, Director EdD Higher Education, University of Sheffield

27 April, 2016

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What if evaluation takes place seated around the table with a glass of wine? A social practice perspective of evaluation

Joana Zozimo, PhD Student, Educational Research, Lancaster University

16 March, 2016

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ICT in Schools: Looking back - looking forward

Peter Twining, Professor of Education (Futures), Open University, UK.

09 March, 2016

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Academic judgement of student work: the last frontier in providing transparent guidance

Sue Bloxham, Emeritus Professor of Academic Practice, University of Cumbria.

24 February, 2016

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Teachers’ narrative ecologies of professional development with digital technologies

Dr Keith Turvey, School of Education, University of Brighton

17 February, 2016

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Do we need disabled children's childhood studies?

Katherine Runswick-Cole, Senior Research Fellow in Disability Studies & Psychology, Research Institute for Health and Social Change, MMU

3 February, 2016

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Opening Doors - an Institute of Physics and Government Equalities Office project investigating and addressing gender stereotyping in secondary schools

Clare Thomson, Institute of Physics

20 January, 2016

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