DescriptionDigitally-mediated experiences have become so pervasive in teaching, learning and everyday life at large that traditional dichotomies such as “digital vs. analogue”, “virtual vs. real” or “online vs. offline” do not operate as useful categories. While these are no new trends, the Covid-19 pandemic has accelerated our dependence on digital technologies and the term “post-digital” is increasingly gaining ground as meaningful way of describing the current socio-technical environment in which most of us learn, work and live these days.
This event focuses on the abilities (i.e. competence, skills, capabilities) that all university students need to develop in order to be able to "engage effectively and ethically with the current social and technical ecosystem, and to make the most of it in the context of teaching, learning and development, professional activities, civic participation and everyday life." Likewise, it addresses the question of how universities can support them in doing so.
The programme consists of multiplier events of the E-DigiLit and the EscapeRacism Erasmus+ projects.
|Period||21 Apr 2022|
|Event title||Teaching & Learning in the post digital age|
|Location||Coventry, United Kingdom|
|Degree of Recognition||National|