Philippa is a Lecturer in Digital Education, and a member of the Digital Cultures in Education (DiCE) research group, at the University of Edinburgh. Her research interests are interdisciplinary, based in the area of digital and higher education, but drawing on organisational theory, cultural geography, and social theories of time. In 2014 she was awarded a Society for Research into Higher Education (SRHE) newer researchers prize to fund the research project, 'Global gatherings and digital divides: internationalisation and the digital in higher education'.
Thursday 12 November 2015
Global gatherings and digital divides: internationalisation and the digital in higher education
Presented by:Dr Philippa Sheail, Lecturer in Digital Education, University of Edinburgh
Date & Time:Thursday 12 November 2015, 1:30-2:30pm
Venue: Centre for Academic and Professional Development, Room3.11, Francis Bancroft Building, Queen Mary University of London Mile End campus.
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About the seminar:
This paper is drawn from a wider research project which problematises the discourse of 'internationalisation' in higher education (Haigh 2014) by drawing on issues of geopolitics and the digital. Philippa will argue that, in order to open up new ways of thinking about internationalisation through the digital, we first need to recognise the complex practices of making education international.
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