“NetworkEd: Technology in Education”
Is a seminar series organised by LSE’s Learning Technology & Innovation team (LTI). The series invites speakers from education, computing and related fields to discuss how technology is shaping the world of education. Technological developments, particularly the internet, have led to changes in the way institutions can deliver teaching,but are also impacting on students’ skills and their expectations of higher education. The seminar series is live streamed to enable an audience from around the world to listen and participate online.
- 18 May 2016 – Alison Powell – “What does Big Data look like? ‘A data walkshop'” – Book your tickets now
Previous seminars in the 2014/5 academic year (for videos click on the links)
- 20 January 2016 – Bonnie Stewart – ‘Academic Twitter: The Intersection of Orality & Literacy in Scholarship?’
- 4th March 2015 – Student Entrepreneur Panel
- 28th January 2015 – Dr Leslie Haddon (Media and Communications, LSE) – On children using smartphones
- See also our Q&A with Leslie Haddon
- 26th November 2014 – Marieke Guy – ‘What does open data have to do with education?’
- See also our Q&A with Marieke Guy
- 5th November 2014 – Helen Keegan – On interactive and social media
- See also our Q&A with Helen Keegan
- 22nd October 2014 -Josie Fraser – ‘Digital Literacy and practice, making change happen’
NetworkEDGE: The Future of Education is a new seminar series organisedby LSE’s Learning Technology & Innovation team (LTI). Building on the impact and success of NetworkED, LTI is launching a landmark series of talks and debates about the future of Higher Education called NetworkEDGE. Featuring a range of speakers from industry and academia, this series will ask the critical questions that will shape the future of the LSE and the wider sector.
Previous seminars in the 2014/5 academic year
- 16 December 2015 – Panel featuring Prof. Conor Gearty, Darren Moon, Paul Sullivan – Harnessing the power of the ‘Massive’ | Full Video
- 25th February 2015 – Professor Sonia Livingstone (Media and Communications, LSE)
- 14th January 2015 – Professor Matthew Connelly (International History, LSE / Columbia University) – On hacking the archive
Teachers’ Show & Tell
“Show & Tell” events are an opportunity to see LSE lecturers, administrators and teachers demonstrate how they have used technology effectively to support teaching of their own courses. Presenters from different departments at LSE and other universities will show how they’ve made use of technologies for learning and will explain the educational rationale behind their work.
Previous events in this academic year
- 11th November 2014 – Assessment with Technology
LTI Open House
LTI open their doors for everyone to come and ask any learning and technology questions they may have and try out various technology that is available to use at LSE.