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‘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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“That ever-ephemeral sense of ‘being’ somewhere”: Reflections on a Dissertation Festival in Second Life

As part of the MSc in E-Learning programme, myself and my colleagues Marshall Dozier and Fiona Littleton created the Dissertation Festival which ran in August 2011. The Festival was chance for students on the  programme to share their thoughts on … Continue reading

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