Activity: Conference participation › Participation in conference
Professor Don Passey - Chair
Digital technologies are influencing how learners access learning in increasingly significant ways. There are increased interests in providing educational support from beyond the classroom, as well as encouragements for teachers and other supporters to adopt practices within and outside classrooms that will extend and deepen learning experiences. This symposium is concerned with an exploration of these issues. We will look at notions of how educational practices are changing, the features that are being seen to bring about changes, and the impacts this is having and will have on stakeholders across educational and learning communities and societies –learners, parents, teachers, tutors, managers, employers and policy makers. There are implications for the ways that ICT and digital skills will be enabled to support lifelong practices, as well as the need to consider how intergenerational practices will support longer-term societal progress. We will focus our exploration through four themes, which will look at specific elements within this wider topic in more detail.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Editorial
|Title||World Conference on Computers in Education (WCCE) 2013|
|Date||2/07/13 → 5/07/13|