The Digital University, Social Justice and the 'public good', organised through the Society for Research into Higher Education and held at Queen's University Belfast.
From the event description:
"This one-day event is a space for dialogue on social justice, the 'public good' and the imperatives and priorities of 'digital learning' in HE. It brings together scholars from across a range of standpoints and disciplines, who will each seek to interrogate a dominant narrative around digital citizenship, digital literacy, and open learning and argue about what these concepts might mean when (re-)framed as a project for social justice and the public good."
Dr Ibrar Bhatt
Lecturer in Education
School of Social Sciences, Education & Social Work
20 College Green
Queen's University Belfast
Twitter: @ibrar_bhatt | Tel: +44(0)28990971489
Author of 'Assignments as Controversies': https://www.routledge.com/Assignments-as-Controversies-Digital-Literacy-and-Writing-in-Classroom/Bhatt/p/book/9781138185456
Co-convener of SRHE Digital University Network: https://www.srhe.ac.uk/networks/digital_university.asp