This event (co-ordinated by: Helen Caldwell, Emma Whewell, Cristina Devecchi and Rob Howe) was a chance for all those involved in teaching, learning, research or support of any digital activity to come together virtually to share experiences. All of the sessions were recorded and the individual blog links may be found below:

Helen Caldwell with news of the launch of the Centre for Active Digital Education (ADE)

Alison Power – Demystifying the Digital World: supporting midwifery students to develop digital competence and confidence

Rob Lambert – 3D Gamified training simulation tool for the National Fire Chiefs Council

Alastair Snook – UK primary school teacher perceptions of educational technology within professional practice: issues and opportunities

Emma Whewell and Helen Caldwell – Changemakers as digital makers: Connecting and co-creating

Tom Briggs – Almost Every Museum Has Had Digital Resources for Years So Why Did They Struggle So Much When the Pandemic Hit?

Kardi Somerfield – Live client project: Building and promoting a Virtual Reality experience for the Campus Security/Police as part of Safer Nights Out Campaign.

Simon Wragg – Observations on online games in supporting student learning and student experience

Wray Irwin – Changemaker Support (highlighting how the team supports staff and students’ digital employability)

Cristina Devecchi – Plenary and wrap up

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