Presenting and Teaching

I enjoy teaching, presenting and running workshops. Presenting highlights include: keynoting for ‘Wikimania’, the annual Wikipedia conference, keynoting for the Internet Librarian International conference, co-keynote for the Association of Learning Technologists, invited sessions at Online Educa Berlin, to name a few. Below are a selection of videos that will give you an idea of my approach in different contexts.

Discussing the Digitally Engaged Learning Conference I help to run:

 

My day job regularly involves curating events like UAL: Digital Edge

 

Here is a session I ran for the University of the Arts London MA in Applied Imagination on Trust and Digital Politics:

 

I quite often get invited to talk to Library communities. Here is a talk I gave to the Librarians’ Information Information Literacy Annual Conference (LILAC)

 

In keynote mode for Talis:

 

Discussing my research at the Universitat Oberta de Catalunya:

 

I’m involved in national and international research exploring the impact and influence of the digital on education. I’m often involved in disseminating research via podcasts or video. Here is an example from the Jisc funded Digital Student project.

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2 thoughts on “Presenting and Teaching

  1. Is there a CC version of your above video “The Digital Student”? I like to share this – with captions for some of my Deaf peers out in the creative/marketing fields. Thank you in advance.

    – James, E Pick Marketing

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