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NetworkED: Technology in Education

"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 and their expectations of higher education. The seminar series will also be live streamed to enable an audience from around the world to listen and participate online.

2014/15 Seminars:

From this year, NetworkED Seminars will now be on Wednesdays at 5pm - 6.30 with wine receptions afterwards


 

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Funded by the LSE Annual Fund.

You can watch a playlist of all of our recorded NetworkEd seminars here, or scroll down to the links to view each seminar individually.

Events are bookable online for LSE staff and PG students.
If people external to LSE would like to attend in person, they should contact imt.admin@lse.ac.uk
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use the hashtag #LSENetEd for your comments and/or questions.

2013/14 seminars:

Martin Hawksey, Association for Learning Technology
What the little birdy tells me: Twitter in education

Marc Wells, Imperial College London
Innovation via a Thin LMS: A middleware alternative to the traditional learning management system

Dr Sylvester Arnab, Coventry University
Games for Learning


Karine Le Joly, HEC Paris
Using ipads in Executive Education

Dave White, University of Oxford
What exactly do your students get up to online?

2012/2013 seminars:

Diana Laurillard, IoE
Teaching as a design science: developing reliable knowledge of learning technology
10th October 2012

Carl Miller, Demos
Truth, lies and the internet

5th December 2012

Cathie Jackson, Janet Finlay and Joe Nicholls, Cardiff University
Putting Digital and Information Literacy into Practice (Digidol Project)

6th February 2013

Ellen Helsper, LSE
Value and practice of social networks and social media in education

6th March 2013

Lindsey Jordan, University of the Arts
Needs of the distance learner

17th April 2013
Anne-Wil Harzing, University of Melbourne, Australia
Using Google Scholar and Publish or Perish to measure research impact
29th May 2013
Various, LSE
Exploring Social Media as Data Sources for Research - internal LSE workshop (no video)
26th June, 2013

2011/2012 seminars:

Seminar 1: Dr Jane Secker & Dr Emma Coonan

"Supporting undergraduate students of the future: developing a new curriculum for information literacy"
November 2, 2011

Seminar 2: Prof John Naughton

"What do people really need to know about the Internet."

January 25, 2012

Seminar 3: Prof Martin Weller

"10 Digital Scholarship lessons in 10 videos"

March 21, 2012

Seminar 4: David White

"I knew that the internet wouldn't give me a wrong answer"

May 9, 2012

Seminar 5: Patrick Dunleavy

The Republic of Blogs – a new phase in the development, democratization, critique and application of knowledge"

June 6, 2012