#LTHEchat No 15 “Digital Devices for Learning” with Dr Magdalena Bober @magdalenabober

Dear colleagues,

Dr Magdalena Bober

Dr Magdalena Bober, Lecturer in Communications Media at Manchester Metropolitan University will be with us for the next #LTHEchat to discuss using digital devices for learning.

Magda is currently carrying out a research project on the use of mobile devices and other innovative uses of technology in learning and teaching in HE funded by the Centre for Excellence in Learning and Teaching (CELT) at Manchester Metropolitan University (MMU). The project will provide a snapshot of related practices in humanities, social science and language teaching, using her own faculty at MMU as a case study. Magda is interested in how our everyday uses of mobile devices and other ICTs relate to how we use them in an educational context.

Alongside Magda, Chrissi from the LTHEchat team will be facilitating the chat.


The Storify will be available here:

If you are reflecting on this specific #LTHEchat please share your post with us so that we can reblog. A Google presentation has been set-up to share your thoughts there as well.

If you are participated/participating in any way in the #LTHEchat, please complete our short survey and let us know if you have other suggestions on how we could make the #LTHEchat more valuable for you. Thank you.

See you Wednesday, same time, same place 😉 – 8-9PM GMT #LTHEchat

The LTHEchat team

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