In this episode, the Convenors of the BERA Educational Technology SIG each discuss their research area.
Lydia Lymperis (Newcastle University) discusses “Educational Technology in the post-Covid-19 Era Shifting from a Piecemeal to a Holistic Approach”
Professor Jill Jameson (University of Greenwich) speaks on “Digital Leadership and Trust in Education in a Crisis”
Dr Patsy Davies (Prince Mohammad bin Fahd University) discusses “Covid-19 and the digital divide”
Professor Francesco Maiorana (Kansas State University) speaks on “Learning Resources in a time of crisis”
The BERA Educational Technology SIG provides a “meeting place” for BERA members interested in the application and impact of new technologies in education across both curricular and professional areas. The SIG is unusual in that it includes members with backgrounds across education settings and sectors ranging from early years education to professional learning. Its work complements that of other organisations which work primarily in FE and HE (JISC and ALT) and groups and conferences with a specific interest in Computer-based Learning, AI in Education or Instructional Technologies.
Find out more here https://www.bera.ac.uk/community/educational-technology
Views are those of the presenters and not of BERA