Digital and post-digital learning
This page shows our projects in this area. Click the links for more details.
By John Traxler, Marguerite Koole, Shri Footring, Matt Smith The Tawaw (www.tawaw.org) project is led by Marguerite Koole from the University of Saskatchewan, Shri Footring, an independent consultant, and Matt Smith and John Traxler at the University of Wolverhampton. It is early days so this is just an outline of our thinking and progress to date. It grows out of Marguerite’s work in language app development with Indigenous
This is the second Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) funded Human Data Interaction project run by Education Observatory.
Professor John Traxler and Matthew Johnson of the Education Observatory are working with the British Council to help shape digital learning across Southern Africa. This important research project aims to help enhance learning for thousands of digital users across Southern Africa in a time where educational exclusion is increasing due to the Covid-19
Professor Petar Jandric, from Zagreb, Croatia (Visiting Prof at Education Observatory) and Professor Sarah Hayes are co-editing a set of ca 80 Covid-19 testimonies from academics around the world for publication in the Springer journal: Postdigital Science and Education The first set of testimonies were gathered in March-April 2020, just as the lockdown was imposed in many countries. Follow-up
An innovative research project led by the University of Wolverhampton to transform the teaching of languages in Palestine.
Professor John Traxler will undertake vital research which looks at the educational challenges faced by COVID-19
MOOC conference brings together international experts around digital learning for disadvantaged communities
This conference and workshop brought together three different experts and areas of expertise, namely insights into the situation of refugees, the learning of languages and the design of MOOCs.
This report outlines the findings of the evaluation of the TDA’s programme for funding ICT in ITT between 2003 and 2008. This page contains a number of video case studies and document downloads, as well as other resources developed. The Training and Development Agency for Schools (TDA) was a body responsible for the initial and in-service training of teachers and other school staff in England from 2005-2012.
With three years and almost €1m this project has embedded best practice in ICT in Education through knowledge, tools and infrastructure in universities in Jordan and Pakistan.
RESEARCH TEAM: Karl Royle (Project Lead) Dr David Scott, Prof John Traxler, Diana Bannister, Amy Welham (Project Support)
EAGLE stands for ‘Enhanced Government Learning’ and is a 3-year project funded by the European Union’s Seventh Framework Programme.
RESEARCH TEAM: Prof John Traxler.