Here, you can access the talks and papers produced by the project team.
- Gourlay, L. (2014) Creating time: students, technologies and temporal practices in higher education, E-learning & Digital Media, 11 (1).
- Gourlay, L. & Oliver, M. (2013) Beyond ‘the social’: digital literacies as sociomaterial practice. In Goodfellow, R. & Lea, M. (eds), Literacy in the Digital University? Critical perspectives on learning, scholarship, and technology, 79-94. London: Routledge.
- Oliver, M. & Gourlay, L. (2013) Students’ day-to-day engagements with technologies: rethinking digital literacies. TEL Ireland Journal, 1 (1). Available online: http://journal.ilta.ie/2013/05/21/students-day-to-day-engagements-with-technologies-rethinking-digital-literacies/
- Presentation at APT 2013: Next Generation Learning Spaces and Work Places, Greenwich, July 4th, 2013: “Rethinking disruption: how students (re)configure practices with digital technologies“
- Presentation at Researching Work and Learning 08, Sterling University, June 19th-21st, 2013: “Invisible practices and the technologies of the curriculum: Exploring the enactment of the academic self“
- Invited presentation at Leicester University, June 12th, 2013: “Rethinking digital literacies: a sociomaterial analysis of student’ use of technologies“.
- Presentation at SEDA’s Spring 2013 Conference, “Changing Values in Higher Education”: “Spaces, places and technologies: can we know, value and shape policy to provide what students need to support their digital literacy practices?“
- Presentation to the JISC Learning and Teaching Practice Experts Group Meeting, 23rd April 2013: “Digital literacies as a postgraduate attribute?“
- Paper presented at Theorizing the Web, 2013: “Critiquing digital dualism: a sociomaterial account of student entanglements with technologies“
- Paper presentation at SRHE 2012, Newport: “Curating, combat or coping? Student entanglements with technologies in HE“
- Briefing for a meeting at the London Knowledge Lab, with Prof Tony Bates and Maxim Jean-Louis, (Contact North, Ontario)
- Presentation at the JISC e-Learning Online Conference: “Projects, policy and digital literacies: from student experience to organisational change“
- Symposium at ALT-C 2012, September 2012, Manchster: “Technology: the new mainstream?“
- Workshop at ALT-C 2012, September 2012, Manchster: “Developing digital literacies in your institution“
- Invited keynote: “What is a ‘good learner ‘ anyway? Student engagement as complex social practice”. University of Sunderland Teaching and Learning Conference, 5th July, 2012.
- Invited presentation: “Visual methodologies to research student engagement with technologies”. Pedagogic Research Conference, Northumbria University, June 25th, 2012.
- Invited keynote at the Losing Momentum: Current Challenges in Learning and Technology conference, Oxford, June 2012: “Momentum or freefall? Digital literacies and the dangerous metaphor of progress“
- A presentation at the Librarians Information Literacy Annual Conference (LILAC): Price, G. “Digital Literacies as a Postgraduate Attribute“. Glasgow Caledonian University, 11th April 2012.
- Invited keynote at the EdTech 2012 conference, Maynooth, Ireland: “Un-defining digital literacies: students’ day-to-day engagements with technologies“
- Two presentations at the Networked Learning Conference, Maastricht, 2012: “Learning with technology as coordinated sociomaterial practice: digital literacies as a site of praxiological study” and “Student author as actor network? Using ANT to explore digital literacies in higher education”.
- A presentation at the Learning and Teaching conference, Institute of Education, 30th March 2012: Understanding and supporting students’ digital literacies.
- A presentation for the Department of Educational Research Seminar Series, Lancaster University: Technology, determinism and learning: exploring different ways of being digitally literate. March 14th, 2012, Lancaster.
- Paper presentation at SRHE 2011, Newport: Gourlay, L. ‘Future literacies: authoring the posthuman text’. Dec 8th, 2012, Celtic Manor, Newport.
- Presentation to the Heads of e-Learning Forum, November 22nd, 2011, Bath.
- A poster presented at the programme kick-off meeting, October 4th, 2011, Birmingham.
Project reports, plans and documents
- Our baseline report, February, 2012.
- Oliver, M. & Gourlay, L. (2011) An analysis of existing data about students’ experiences of technology at the IOE. Available online: https://diglitpga.jiscinvolve.org/wp/files/2011/12/iGraduate-report.pdf.
- Our detailed project plan at Oct. 2011.