22nd August 2013 – Round Table Event – Education and Digital Participation

We are pleased to confirm the details of our rescheduled Education Round Table.

Representatives from Primary, Secondary, Further and Higher Education Institutions are warmly invited to participate in a Roundtable discussion on digital participation in education. 

On Thursday 22nd August the Royal Society of Edinburgh’s Digital Inquiry will be hosting a roundtable discussion on digital participation in relation to education at all levels. We would like to hear about how the internet and digital media can be used in education, what the benefits of digital participation are to the education sector, and what barriers and restrictions educational institutions face in delivering and supporting education via digital media. We are also interested to hear about any particular opportunities or risks associated with digital participation in the education sector. This discussion will inform the Royal Society of Edinburgh’s Digital Participation Inquiry, which will produce a report with recommendations for Spreading the Benefits of Digital Participation.

The discussion will take place from 10am to 12pm at the Royal Society of Edinburgh, 22-26 George Street. If you would like to attend this event, please contact Liz Hemsley on ehemsley@royalsoced.org.uk  or call 0131 240 2789

We hope to see you there!

 

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