Research in the age of Wikipedia

Copyright and Digital literacy advisor Jane Secker reports live from Prague on her recent work on information and digital literacy. I’m really excited to be […]

Musings on Moodle Part 1 – the standardisation or baseline debate

Over the Summer LTI had a lively email discussion on the pros and cons of Moodle baselines and the issues raised prompted this series of […]

Choosing between print or electronic…. or keeping both?

In the year 2016 you could be forgiven for assuming that print format academic readings are on their way to extinction or sharply in decline […]

Students’ Expectations for the Future of Technology in Education

Last term, Learning Technology and Innovation (LTI) started a project involving three days of interviewing all over campus. We asked 100 students questions designed to […]

Edtech: The student view on educational technology

Given the limited amount of innovative tools used in their studies, it is hard for students to actually know how technology could better their education. […]

Watch the livestream of NetworkEDGE Professor Sonia Livingstone 25/02/15

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Q&A with Leslie Haddon

Children’s experience of phones: for better or for worse. To kick start the LTI NetworkED seminar series for 2015 Dr Leslie Haddon will be reporting on the […]

NetworkED livestream 28.01.15 – Leslie Haddon on Children’s experience of phones

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