New Professors Talk – Liz Burd
The New Professors Talk lecture series introduces you to the new people in our community and shares the knowledge and expertise of these leading commentators and thinkers.
On Wednesday, 24 July, Professor Liz Burd will be speaking on Technology enhanced learning, or toys for the boys? What happens when there is equal access to technology in education? How does technology influence education and vice versa? How can people work together to harness technology for education?
Professor Burd was recently appointed Pro Vice-Chancellor (Learning and Teaching). She is a computer scientist with an international reputation in the field of education, and is particularly recognised for her pioneering research into technology enhanced education.
Professor Burd holds a Bachelor of Education (Hons), a Masters in Science (Human Interaction) and PhDs in Risk and Software Maintenance. She has researched in collaboration with IBM, Microsoft, British Telecommunication, BAe and Logica, and received many awards for her work, including a UK National Teaching Fellowship in 2009.
Join us to welcome Professor Liz Burd to our community through the New Professors Talk series.
This is a free public lecture. Refreshments will be served after the lecture.
WHEN: 6.15 for a 6.30pm start Wednesday, 24 July
WHERE: Newcastle Museum
To RSVP and for further enquiries please email email@example.com or phone 4921 7454.