Latest updates from the DiDiAC project
The Oslo and Cambridge based university research teams met in Cambridge on 7-9 December to review the Project’s progress to-date and to plan for 2017.
The British Journal of Educational Technology (BJET) awarded Louis Major the prize for best presentation in the EdTech field at BERA’s annual conference in Leeds this week.
Associate professor Kari Anne Rødnes presented the DiDiAC project at The European Association for Research on Learning and Instruction (EARLI) SIG 10 conference “Reflective minds and communities”.
A workshop that introduces Talkwall will take place at the BERA Annual Conference 2016 to be held at the University of Leeds.
Ole Smørdal held a public seminar on ‘Participatory Design & Design for Participation, a case with Talkwall’.
Starting exiting four year project and collaboration between researchers and University of Oslo and University of Cambridge to develop new knowledge that helps us to understand how students learn in contemporary digitalized schools and across three key knowledge domains – language, social science and natural science.