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Three Good Reasons to Apply for the New Generation Thinkers Scheme by Sue-Ann Harding The New Generation Thinkers scheme, now in its third year, is an AHRC and BBC Radio 3 joint initiative that brings together academics and the wider public through the media. It’s a fantastic opportunity for new researchers…

Thinking through Methodologies in Media – One Day Symposium 26th March 2013 (Liverpool)

Thinking through Methodologies in Media A one-day symposium on research methods in social sciences Date: 26th March, 2013 Venue: Liverpool John Moores University, Liverpool Call for Papers How do I conduct an online ethnography? Are there new ways to think about visual cultures? Can I write about sound? What are creative methodologies, and how can … Continue reading

UBIQUITOUS LEARNING: 6th INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE – Call for Papers

UBIQUITOUS LEARNING: SIXTH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE Universidad Nacional de Educacion a Distancia Madrid, Spain 14-15 November 2013 http://www.ubi-learn.com We are pleased to announce the Call for Papers for the Sixth International Conference on Ubiquitous Learning. The Ubiquitous Learning Conference examines the ways in which the affordances of new technologies are changing how, where and when learning … Continue reading

Research Matters Upcoming Sessions: Thurs 22nd Nov and Wed 28th Nov

TWO upcoming sessions…..12.30 – 13.30 THURSDAY 22nd NOVEMBER: Room AG 11: Janet Lord, on The development of professional identity in early career teachers; WEDNESDAY 28th NOVEMBER: Room AG 11 : Professor Bill Boyle on Researching an equitable pedagogy. A great opportunity to catch up with colleagues’ exciting ongoing work! And to catch up with colleagues! … Continue reading

Social Enterprise LITE Competition

Following on from the successful Social Enterprise Competition held earlier this year in association with the Faculty of Humanities, The University of Manchester has been chosen as one of 56 partners in the HEFCE/UnLtd Higher Education Support Programme. As a result we are delighted to announce the expansion of this initiative into a University-wide competition. Please … Continue reading

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