About the SERA Digital Education Network
Given the growing momentum of the digital education worldwide, the challenges associated to moving to online teaching and learning, and that education systems are exploring contemporary modes of teaching and learning where digital technologies play a critical role, it is crucial that we further develop research and practice in this area.
The aims of this network are twofold:
- to bring together educational researchers within Scotland and engage with a wider international research community and audience that share a common interest towards technology enhanced teaching and learning in order to form and strengthen research collaborations, develop knowledge and expertise from multiple perspectives promoting thus educational technology and digital education research.
- to disseminate research results and share good practices to better support technology integration by showcasing how our work impacts the practitioners and policy makers across different sectors (school levels, HE/FE institutions, and other educational settings).
Dr Stavros Nikou, University of Strathclyde, firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr Alan Huang, University of Strathclyde, email@example.com
Dr Celia Antoniou, University of Strathclyde, firstname.lastname@example.org
Professor Stephen McKinney, University of Glasgow
Dr Angela Jaap, Royal Conservatoire
Dr Stephen Day, University of the West of Scotland
Dr Paul Adams, University of Strathclyde
Dr Gabriella Rodolico, University of Glasgow
Dr Lavinia Hirsu, University of Glasgow
Paul McMillan, University of Edinburgh
Dr David Lewin, University of Strathclyde
Dr Rachel Shanks, University of Aberdeen
Dr Kat Lord-Watson, Queen Margaret University
Derek Robertson, University of Dundee