Digital Education Research and Evidence

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TU Delft - Teaching Lab

On 18 April 2024 the Leiden-Delft-Erasmus Centre for Education and Learning will organise the "Digital Education Research and Evidence" event. You are invited to join us at the annual meeting of the centre where we aim to share the latest development, bring the key players around the table, and discuss the next steps for the digital transformation of education.

The event will highlight recent developments in the field and provide the latest insights in research evidence on digital education by showcasing important research results from the LDE-Centre for Education and Learning and European expertise from the digital education field. Further, the event will stage European thought leaders of the Digital Transformation in Higher Education to present and discuss challenges and ongoing transformations towards digital education in the Netherlands and Europe. You can sign up here

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Program Overview:

  • 9:00 Walk in and registration
  • 9:30 Welcome: Digital Education Research, Evidence for Designing the Future of Education (Prof. Marcus Specht, Scientific Director of the Centre for Education and Learning)
  • 9:45 Keynote #1: Artificial Intelligence in Education, Prof Mutlu Cukurova,
  • Professor of Learning and Artificial Intelligence, University College London
  • 10:15 Coffee Break
  • 10:30 Parallel Workshops
  • 12:00 Lunch and Networking
  • 13:00 Keynote #2: Evidence for teaching and learning, Prof. Pierre Dillenbourg, (Associate Vice-President for Education at EPFL)
  • 13:45 Coffee Break
  • 14:00 Parallel Workshops
  • 15:30 Coffee Break
  • 15:45 Panel on The future of Higher Education and the role of research
  • Moderation Prof. Marcus Specht

For more information about the program click here.

You are very much welcome to join this day at the TU Delft Teaching Lab, meet up with your fellow education professionals, and discuss and share your thoughts.

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