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Coding/Learning – free e-book

The final Code Acts in Education seminar takes place on 1st October 2015 at the University of Bristol. Registration is open for the event; it is free, and funding is available to help support travel, but places are limited. To … Continue reading

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Education as a calculated public

Ben Williamson, Jeremy Knox & Sarah Doyle What does ‘data’ do? The second Code Acts in Education seminar in Edinburgh on 9 May 2014 focused on the ways that software, code and algorithms act on educational data. Presentations focused on … Continue reading

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Welcome to Code Acts in Education

By Ben Williamson The Code Acts in Education seminar series aims to explore important questions about how computer code interacts with education. Why focus on code? Code is important because it forms an active layer of contemporary existence, yet to … Continue reading

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