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Invitation to Digital Pedagogies Open Studio online event Thursday 11th March 4.30-6pm

  Digital Pedagogies is an open studio work in progress. It was started up by Dr Lee Campbell, Richard Parry and Natasha Sabatini at the University of the Arts London to explore and document ways of using digital tools within teaching and learning and has evolved into an open space where we meet about every two weeks to informally talk about our experiences and plan for possible interventions, actions, interruptions, publications and manifestations.  In this second public event following a successful launch in December 2020, we have invited Pauline de Souza (UEL) and Dr Mark Childs (Durham) to respond to a set of questions that we feel are pertinent to current debates on critical digital pedagogy: * What does participation mean when we work across different virtual/physical worlds? * How is my behaviour different (online)? * Does technology prevent intimacy? * How can the digital teaching and learning space be (re)imagined as site for creative interruption? * Do we keep in the glitches

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