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July 2009

Mid-year colloquium and panel discussion

Digital knowledge and educational research

Presenter: Lina Markauskaite

Discussants: Professor Susan Groundwater-Smith, Dr Richard Walker & Professor Peter Freebody (chair)

Time: 4:30-6:30pm, 30 July 2009 (refreshments at 4:30pm for 5:00pm start)

Venue: Room 351, Education Building (A35), The University of Sydney

Digital knowledge and digital research: What could eResearch offer for education and social policy? by Lina Markauskaite

This presentation will discuss conceptual and practical links and tensions between research for education and social policy and technology-enhanced research, called ‘eResearch’. It will argue that significant progress in social research could be made by harnessing the increasing volume, density and complexity of educational and social data and exploiting opportunities for research collaboration.