Learning Across Boundaries
The Learning Across Boundaries theme focuses on the factors in the broader policy and social environment that are driving educational change in both formal and informal settings.
Our research investigates these new and emerging learning landscapes and the role that the co-production of research can play in shaping them.
Particular areas of interest include:
- the interaction of policy and educational practice
- literacy practices that characterise new knowledge environments and the flows of texts and data within them
- the social understandings that are shaping the use of digital technologies to support teaching and learning in HE
People working on this theme include: