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June 2014


Last month we held the first session of the CoCo Research Students Doctoral Colloquia for 2014. This initiative started as the need for a venue for doctoral students to present and receive feedback for their work in an academic environment (more information about past Colloquia sessions can be found in this post). Over the course of two and half hours, five students and an audience composed by academics and post-grad students discussed preliminary findings and key issues of their research projects.

The Doctoral Colloquia 2014 featured compelling presentations on topics that included a range of learning settings such as Higher Education, Adult and School Education and a variety of topics involving design for learning, conceptions of ICT, learning technologies and the effects of ICT in informal settings.

After each colloquia, Dewa Wardak and myself (the co-convenors) will provide a summary of the sessions. The dates for the upcoming sessions are:
Tuesday 5th of August
Tuesday 21st of October
We now include a brief summary of the presentations and the links to the presenters’ pages for further information.


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