Digital university

Lesley Gourlay talks about her chapter in *Education and Technology: critical approaches *

We are pleased to continue the series of video presentations by authors who contributed chapters to our 2017 e-Book Education and Technology: critical approaches, bringing you, today, Lesley Gourlay, Reader at the Institute of Education, UCL, London. The author talks about her chapter “Re-embodying the digital university”:

The chapter offers pertinent and profound questions; in particular, the author challenges the binary ‘digital’ vs. ‘material’, an idea that supports a great deal of discussion on the presence of digital technologies in education. This is worth a reading!

You might also like to watch already published presentations by some of the other book contributors: Audrey Watters, Richard Hall and Jeremy Knox. Alternatively, find the videos directly on our YouTube channel.

Click here to download the complete e-Book.

We also prepared a separate Portuguese version of Lesley’s chapter that can be downloaded here.