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HEFi20 Conference  23rd 24th June

The Call for Proposals for HEFi20 conference is now OPEN. We welcome submissions of proposals for short papers or poster presentations to hefi@contacts.bham.ac.uk using this form by 28th Feb 2020.

 

 

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Learn more about this week's MicroCPD: Fake News and Media Literacy

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Posted 17 February 2020

MicroCPD: Fake News and Media Literacy

Prof. Scott Lucas, Department of Political Science and International Studies & Dr Richard Langley, Department of Film and Creative Writing discuss why media literacy is important for students and academics.

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Creating a community around digital through the Birmingham Digital Exchange – Professor Jean-Baptiste Cazier
Birmingham Digital Exchange (BDx) is an ongoing conversation about digital technologies in our work, our disciplines and our learning and teaching, across the University of Birmingham. It is the product of a successful Educational Enhancement Fund bid, the brainchild of Professor Jean-Baptiste Cazier (Director of the Centre for Computational Biology) and Professor David Parker (Professor of … Continue reading "Creating a community around digital through the Birmingham Digital Exchange – Professor Jean-Baptiste Cazier"

Education 4.0: Artificial Intelligence in Higher Education – Joe Berry
Education 4.0 is the term given to a nexus of new and pervasive technologies that is predicted to impact higher education in many ways. Robotics, mixed reality, and hyper connectivity all have a part to play, but it is artificial intelligence, fed by big data and machine learning, that has gained the most headlines. Bolton … Continue reading "Education 4.0: Artificial Intelligence in Higher Education – Joe Berry"

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