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MSc Social Justice and Community Action

Programme Director, Dr Callum McGregor, introduces the online Masters in Social Justice and Community Action, a part-time degree designed to equip you with the knowledge and practical skills to help…

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Digital Education and Community Education Seminar | Peter Rule "Gadamer, Bakhtin and dialogic space: Implications for teaching and learning in the digital age"

Peter Rule "Gadamer, Bakhtin and dialogic space: Implications for teaching and learning in the digital age" Digital Education and Community Education Seminar 6th November 2018

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Exploring the roles of community anchor organisations

This webinar drew from the recent What Works Scotland research report on community-led, holistic community organisations – in particular as community development trusts and community-controlled…

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New skills to facilitate collaboration

New skills to facilitate collaboration A new era of community participation in local democracy requires public services staff to develop skills for collaborative engagement. The traditional…

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Webinar: Participatory budgeting and its potential for community empowerment and social justice

Webinar: Participatory budgeting and its potential for community empowerment and social justice Community empowerment and public service reform are central to the Scottish experience of…

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Intenet and Society 2018: Identity, Community Network Part 1

Identity, Community Network Part 1

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Dr Torgny Roxå

Strong and weak ties – changing teaching cultures in higher education in programme Torgny Roxå Lund University, Sweden Learning & Teaching Conference 2018

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Seren Davies: Accessibility is more than just supporting screenreaders

All too often we think about accessibility as just meeting the needs of those who rely on screenreaders, but it's far wider than that! Seren will explore how people with cognitive, physical,…

From  Marissa Cummings 7 Months ago 1 likes 16 views 0  

Irina Preda: CodeYourFuture, a coding community for refugees and asylum seekers

Brutal dictatorships. Civil wars. Climate disasters. Air strikes and chemical attacks. These are just some of the catastrophic reasons over 60 million people around the world have been forced to flee…

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