Lecture

Watch the Video: 2022 Alan T. Waterman Award Distinguished Lecture
Industry
November 23, 2022

Watch the Video: 2022 Alan T. Waterman Award Distinguished Lecture

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Inaugural UCL Collaborative Social Science Domain Lecture Looks Across Disciplines at Decolonization
Announcements
April 27, 2022

Inaugural UCL Collaborative Social Science Domain Lecture Looks Across Disciplines at Decolonization

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Watch the Lecture: It’s Institutions Stupid: The Moralisation of Capitalism
Event
December 8, 2021

Watch the Lecture: It’s Institutions Stupid: The Moralisation of Capitalism

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Louise Richardson: Educational Divide Fuels Corrosive Populism
Impact
November 28, 2017

Louise Richardson: Educational Divide Fuels Corrosive Populism

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Facing Ugly Truths: A Sense About Science Lecture

Facing Ugly Truths: A Sense About Science Lecture

Sense About Science’s Tracey Browne last week delivered ‘The Ugly Truth’ – an examination of “the need to encourage accountability and support scrutiny over research” to an audience of academics, researchers, policymakers and learned societies.

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Is the End of the Lecture in View?

Is the End of the Lecture in View?

In an attempt to ‘flip the classroom’ the University of Adelaide is phasing out lectures. Will this flip be a flop?

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Will Technology Kill the University Lecture?

Will Technology Kill the University Lecture?

In the case of higher education the discussion of technology’s influence is often superficial, repetitious and disappointing, argues Tom Cochrane of Queensland University of Technology. It’s too often context free, and about being a university student and/or academic.

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