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Arun Karnad

About Arun Karnad

Arun Karnad is the Research Officer with the Learning Technology and Innovation. He has published several research papers on Digital Literacy in Higher Education and Education Technology for LSE Research Online and is responsible for managing recruitment, student liaison, web content and communications for the SADL project. He would like to find out how undergraduates are using digital literacy skills in their studies at the LSE, and the kinds of skills that would be useful to students in their future careers.

Welcome new Ambassadors!

The SADL project for 2014/15 kicked off last week, and it was fantastic to meet our new Ambassadors for the first time. It was great to see so many enthusiastic undergraduates eager to spread digital literacy skills to their peers throughout the school and beyond.

Like last year, this year’s project is an opportunity to learn about the skills LSE undergraduates […]

Arun Karnad

About Arun Karnad

Arun Karnad is the Research Officer with the Learning Technology and Innovation. He has published several research papers on Digital Literacy in Higher Education and Education Technology for LSE Research Online and is responsible for managing recruitment, student liaison, web content and communications for the SADL project. He would like to find out how undergraduates are using digital literacy skills in their studies at the LSE, and the kinds of skills that would be useful to students in their future careers.

November 10th, 2014|Staff Post, Workshop 1|0 Comments|

My first conference season

Last month, Jane and I attended the Higher Education conference at Aston University and the Academic Practice and Technology conference at the University of Greenwich, to talk about the SADL project. This was the first time I’d presented a paper at a conference, and I wasn’t sure exactly what to expect (by APT however, Jane was already on her sixth conference […]

Arun Karnad

About Arun Karnad

Arun Karnad is the Research Officer with the Learning Technology and Innovation. He has published several research papers on Digital Literacy in Higher Education and Education Technology for LSE Research Online and is responsible for managing recruitment, student liaison, web content and communications for the SADL project. He would like to find out how undergraduates are using digital literacy skills in their studies at the LSE, and the kinds of skills that would be useful to students in their future careers.

Workshop 1: Introductions, Googling and irritating social media

It was great to finally meet our new Ambassadors for Digital Literacy, and we had a great first workshop, which covered using Google and LSE Library search tools to source information. We broke the ice by asking the Ambassadors what they found annoying when using social media. The SADL team joined in too, and some of the causes of digital […]

Arun Karnad

About Arun Karnad

Arun Karnad is the Research Officer with the Learning Technology and Innovation. He has published several research papers on Digital Literacy in Higher Education and Education Technology for LSE Research Online and is responsible for managing recruitment, student liaison, web content and communications for the SADL project. He would like to find out how undergraduates are using digital literacy skills in their studies at the LSE, and the kinds of skills that would be useful to students in their future careers.

December 11th, 2013|Staff Post, Workshop 1|1 Comment|

Welcome to our new Ambassadors!

Congratulations to our new Ambassadors for joining the SADL project! We will be introducing you to our new Student Ambassadors for Digital Literacy on this site very soon.

We received a fantastic response from both the Department for Social Policy and the Department for Statistics, and we can’t wait to get started on the project!

Our first workshop topic will be […]

Arun Karnad

About Arun Karnad

Arun Karnad is the Research Officer with the Learning Technology and Innovation. He has published several research papers on Digital Literacy in Higher Education and Education Technology for LSE Research Online and is responsible for managing recruitment, student liaison, web content and communications for the SADL project. He would like to find out how undergraduates are using digital literacy skills in their studies at the LSE, and the kinds of skills that would be useful to students in their future careers.

The SADL project is now recruiting!

Could you be a Digital Ambassador?

Do you want to get the digital edge through better digital and information literacy skills*, and help transform learning on your course?

The Student Ambassadors for Digital Literacy project is looking for plugged-in, enthusiastic undergraduates studying in the Department of Statistics and Social Policy to help develop digital and information literacy skills relevant to their […]

Arun Karnad

About Arun Karnad

Arun Karnad is the Research Officer with the Learning Technology and Innovation. He has published several research papers on Digital Literacy in Higher Education and Education Technology for LSE Research Online and is responsible for managing recruitment, student liaison, web content and communications for the SADL project. He would like to find out how undergraduates are using digital literacy skills in their studies at the LSE, and the kinds of skills that would be useful to students in their future careers.

Hello and welcome to the LSE SADL blog!

Welcome to the SADL blog!

This project aims to explore what can be delivered in face to face teaching versus what can be provided digitally and the range of resources available in Moodle; and will also discuss the value of engaging students in this work.

Around twenty undergraduate students will be recruited to join the LSE Student Ambassadors for Digital Literacy (SADL) network […]

Arun Karnad

About Arun Karnad

Arun Karnad is the Research Officer with the Learning Technology and Innovation. He has published several research papers on Digital Literacy in Higher Education and Education Technology for LSE Research Online and is responsible for managing recruitment, student liaison, web content and communications for the SADL project. He would like to find out how undergraduates are using digital literacy skills in their studies at the LSE, and the kinds of skills that would be useful to students in their future careers.

July 23rd, 2013|Staff Post|0 Comments|