Dr Lesley Gourlay, Reader in Education and Technology (Department of Culture, Communication & Media) and Director (Academic Writing Centre), UCL Institute of Education, University College London. Email: email@example.com
The purpose of this network is to bring together researchers and practitioners who are leading the debates about the impact of technologies on academic work. The intention is not to focus on 'elearning' as such but to explore a range of issues (both theoretical and practical) that arise through the impact of technological processes on social networks, research methodologies, identity formations, publications and theoretical developments.
At the SRHE 2012 conference we asked potential members of the Network to express an interest and suggest topics. These included:
The Network is likely to appeal to members of the Association of Learning Technologists (ALT) with an interest in research and theory; members of the Staff and Educational Development Association (SEDA) which recently held a conference on technologies; members of the Society of College, National and University Libraries (SCONUL) interested in digital literacies, the JISC community, academics and research students interested in educational technologies; and academics and researchers interested in sociomaterial approaches to education.
We would also like to video and broadcast our events, in order that they can be available to our international and geographically distributed members.
18 November 2016
03 November 2014
10 May 2013
02 November 2012
07 June 2012
02 March 2012