Isabel Fischer, Leda Mirbahai, Lewis Beer, David Buxton, Sam Grierson, Lee Griffin, and Neha Gupta from the University of Warwick talk about their current AI-related priorities and invite readers to join their community of practice, or alternatively, to use this blog for insights for their own communities of practice.
Francine Ryan and Jon-Paul Knight look at how virtual courtrooms have the power to revolutionise legal education by providing immersive, realistic experiences that enhance student engagement and develop advocacy skills through innovative technology.
Based on her own research and experience, SCiLAB's Director, Professor Jacqueline Baxter, talks about the potential contribution of scholarship research on the professional identities of practitioners that cross over into academia.
The Tech Talent Charter has brought together over 700 organisations to drive progress in diversity and inclusion in the digital and technology workforce; here, guest blog contributor Dr Rebecca Kirk discusses why this should matter to all of us in business and education.
In this blog, Dr Charles Mbalyohere reports on a collaborative project with Uganda’s Makerere University to study how international HE partnerships can be leveraged to improve ODL and employability strategies.
Researchers from The Open University (OU) and the University of Northampton (UoN) and practitioners explore ways to include the ideas and perceptions of practitioners inside our teaching and research ideas.