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The Manifesto for Teaching Online: Dr Hamish Macleod 'A routine of plagiarism detection structures-in distrust'

A routine of plagiarism detection structures-in distrust. Plagiarism detection systems are seen by many as merely administrative aids to ease the academic assessment workload. Hamish Macleod argues…

From  Claire Sowton on October 29th, 2020 0 likes 16 plays 0  

The Manifesto for Teaching Online: Dr Christine Sinclair 'Online can be the privileged mode: Distance is a positive principle, not a deficit'

Online can be the privileged mode. Distance is a positive principle, not a deficit. Resistance to online teaching sometimes stems from the view that it is a ‘second best’ mode. Christine…

From  Claire Sowton on October 29th, 2020 0 likes 54 plays 0  

The Manifesto for Teaching Online: Dr James Lamb 'Text has been troubled: Many modes matter in representing academic knowledge'

Text has been troubled: many modes matter in representing academic knowledge. Online education extends the possibilities of producing assignments and artefacts that are both highly creative and…

From  Claire Sowton on October 29th, 2020 0 likes 35 plays 0  

Event 3 The Manifesto for Teaching Online: Text has been troubled

Arguing that authorship isn’t what it used to be - how we assess students and understand plagiarism needs to shift. Manifesto authors Dr James Lamb, Dr Hamish Macleod and Dr Christine Sinclair…

From  Claire Sowton on October 17th, 2020 0 likes 100 plays 0  

The Manifesto for Teaching Online: Dr Pete Evans 'Online teaching need not be complicit with the instrumentalisation of education'

Online teaching need not be complicit with the instrumentalization of education. Digital education is often championed by those who see the health of the knowledge economy and employability as the…

From  Claire Sowton on October 13th, 2020 0 likes 19 plays 0  

The Manifesto for Teaching Online: Dr Jeremy Knox questions how 'Algorithms and analytics recode education'

Algorithms and analytics recode education: pay attention! Data-driven technologies often promise disruption, objectivity and new kinds of precision to how we teach. Jeremy Knox looks beyond the…

From  Claire Sowton on October 13th, 2020 1 likes 35 plays 0  

The Manifesto for Teaching Online: Dr Jen Ross 'Online courses are prone to cultures of surveillance'

Online courses are prone to cultures of surveillance. Visibility is a pedagogical and ethical issue. The creeping normalisation of surveillance often accompanies technology decisions, even when…

From  Claire Sowton on October 13th, 2020 0 likes 38 plays 0  

The Manifesto for Teaching Online: Dr Rory Ewins asks 'Can we stop talking about digital natives?'

Can we stop talking about digital natives? The trope of the ‘digital native’ still continues to shape how many understand the challenge of teaching online. Rory Ewins discusses some of…

From  Claire Sowton on October 12th, 2020 0 likes 77 plays 0  

The Manifesto for Teaching Online: Dr Phil Sheail 'Distance: temporal, affective, political'

Distance is temporal, affective, political. Distance education is often seen as a spatial challenge which can be overcome with communications technology. Philippa Sheail argues that digital…

From  Claire Sowton on October 12th, 2020 0 likes 55 plays 0  

The Manifesto for Teaching Online: Professor Sian Bayne discusses 'We are the campus'

Don’t succumb to campus envy: we are the campus. Being co-present on campus is still seen by many as the main marker of quality higher education. Sian Bayne argues that we need to move on and…

From  Claire Sowton on October 12th, 2020 1 likes 95 plays 0  

Event 2 The Manifesto for Teaching Online: we are the campus

Challenging the idea that online teaching is ‘second best’, and arguing that the distancing in ‘distance learning’ is more complex than we might think, Manifesto authors…

From  Claire Sowton on October 8th, 2020 0 likes 154 plays 0  

Event 1 The Manifesto for Teaching Online: recoding

Whose interests do automation, algorithms and datafication serve? Manifesto authors Dr Jen Ross, Dr Jeremy Knox and Dr Pete Evans are joined by Professor Neil Selwyn from Monash University in the…

From  Claire Sowton on September 18th, 2020 1 likes 267 plays 0  

Manifesto for Teaching Online, June 2017

A video for the Manifesto for Teaching Online, created by researchers from the MSc in Digital Education at the University. Video by James Lamb. Read more about the Manifesto at:…

From  Michael Gallagher on September 7th, 2020 0 likes 82 plays 0  

Digital Education Programme Podcast 1: saying hello, emphasising the need for criticality amidst Covid-19, and plans for the new academic year

Dr Jeremy Knox and Dr Michael Gallagher of the MSc in Digital Education at Moray House School of Education and Sport (MHSES) at the University of Edinburgh. This podcast represents the first of many…

From  Michael Gallagher on September 3rd, 2020 12 likes 144 plays 5