Conference: The Doctoral Thesis in the Digital And Multimodal Age
18 May 2010
10:15 to 16:40 , British Library Conference Centre, Euston Road
This is the final conference in the ESRC Research Seminar series `New forms of doctorate: the influence of multimodality and e-learning on the nature and format of doctoral theses'. Keynotes from Gunther Kress (IOE) and Steve Benford (Nottingham).
The doctoral thesis in the digital and multimodal age
British Library, Euston Road, London - Conference Centre
Tuesday 18 May 2010
10.15am to 4.30pm
Gunther Kress, Professor of Semiotics and Education and Director, Centre for Multimodal Research, Institute of Education, London
`Social fragmentation and epistemological multiplicity: the doctoral thesis in an era of provisionality'
Steve Benford, Professor of Collaborative Computing, University of Nottingham
`Interdisciplinary research in mixed reality performance: implications for the doctorate'
Attendance is free, and includes coffee, lunch and tea.
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