Transitions online and working from home

We at the University of Edinburgh, like everyone everywhere else, have been scrambling to pull everything online as best as possible this week. I have […]

Digital Education project in Nigeria, Tanzania, and Uganda: Second Year

Our little research cluster of Ahmadu Bello University in Nigeria, the University of Dar es Salaam and the State University of Zanzibar in Tanzania, and […]

New Project: Exploring the Teacher Function: Continuing Speculative Interventions in Automated Teaching

I just kicked off a new project at the Centre for Research in Digital Education building on Sian Bayne’s work on Teacherbot. I am joined […]

10 of the Best Places to Grab a Coffee When You Come to LITE

If you’re joining us for LITE 2018, we wanted to give you some hints and tips about finding the best places to eat, drink, relax […]

Research Focus and New Papers: mobility and the distribution of agency in assemblages of connectivity

In between terms seems like a natural enough time to pause for a bit and refine my research focus for the next few years. I […]

Anonymity in Mobile Messaging: Criminalization, Luxury, Permission, and Persistent Presentation of Self

Clearly a favorite subject of mine, I am returning yet again to the subject of surveillance and privacy in the digital and attempting, clumsily, to […]

My Digital Education Journey (aka, why you should apply for the MSc in Digital Education at the University of Edinburgh)

The Story Map tells this story better than I can so I will rely on it for the narrative here. But if you have an […]

Calling all UK Teachers: Evaluating Digimap and ICT in schools

As part of the work I am doing at the Centre for Research in Digital Education at the University of Edinburgh, I am evaluating Digimap, an […]

New chapter: Field Activity and the Pedagogy of Simultaneity to Support Mobile Learning in the Open

Pekka Ihanainen and I have a new chapter out on our field activity and pedagogy of simultaneity learning approach for open spaces as part of […]

Confessions of a Workplace Philosopher

As a regular feature our blog will include guest posts from different departments around Administrate including Account Management, Business Development, Customer Support, Development, Executives, and Account Executives, so you can […]

e-amble: playlists for post-learning from elernenmuzik

I write up here, but walk down there to acclimate myself. Along with perennial colleagues and friends from the University of Edinburgh James Lamb and Jeremy […]

Get tips for combatting test fraud

Posted by Chloe Mendonca There is a lot of research to support the fact that stepping up investment in learning, training and certification is critical […]

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