Category Archives: EdinSpace Project

‘Campus envy’ and being ‘at’ University: the topologies of distance students

As part of the Edinpace project that I am involved with,  my colleagues Sian, Michael and James wrote and presented a paper on the idea of being ‘at’ the university, asking what it means to be a distance learning student … Continue reading

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Presentation: New geographies of learning: distance education and being ‘at’ Edinburgh

Here’s the abstract and prezi for a presentation James Lamb and I did today at the Spaces of (Dis)location conference (Glasgow 24-25 May 2012). It’s based on the work done by Sian Bayne (our PI), Hamish Macleod,  Jen Ross, myself … Continue reading

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