Digital education after COVID-19

Event Details

This is a past event.
Topic
Digital education after COVID-19
Date:
Time:
6:00pm – 7:30pm (Melbourne time zone)
Venue:
Online live stream only
Cost:
Free

Description

COVID-19 has thrust digital technology and education into the spotlight. At the moment, it is difficult to think about anything other than how to cope with the immediate difficulties thrown up by school closures, university shut-downs and the pivot to online teaching and learning.

However, the education community is beginning to start thinking beyond the current upheavals, and consider the post-pandemic implications for digital education.

Join us online as our three prominent critical presenters reflect on some of the broader social, economic and political implications of COVID-19 for digital education.

Supported by the Digital Education Research (DER) group.

Please note the University's position and response to the COVID-19 situation: Novel Coronavirus fact sheet.

This event is not available for in person attendance, however you are able to register to watch it online via live streaming.

Presenters

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Professor Felicitas Macgilchrist
Professor of Media Research, University of Goettingen and Georg Eckert Institute (Germany)
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Dr Ben Williamson
Chancellor's Fellow at the Centre for Research in Digital Education, University of Edinburgh (United Kingdom)

Event Schedule

6.00pm
Lecture commences online
7.30pm
Event concludes

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