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Meaghan Brugha
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Please post any interesting news and/or events that you think other CEDiR students might be interested in!

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S. M. Rayhanul Islam
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Reinventing South Asian Education in the (Post)-COVID Era

The publication – Education South.Asia Conference Report – presents a comprehensive summary of the research paper presentations and round tables discussion in the conference. As the pandemic COVID-19 has exposed existing economic, social and political fault lines as well as the enduring societal inequalities in South Asia, it argues, the recovery and rebuilding of the education in this region will require ‘Rethinking Education’, in terms of its contents, methods, and governance.

[To read more: http://www.dhakacourier.com.bd/news/Essays/Reinventing-South-Asian-Education-in-the-(Post)-COVID-Era/3835]

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S. M. Rayhanul Islam
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Role of technology in transforming scholarly practice

Traditionally, we are habituated to think of scholars as being academics, usually employed by universities. However, digital scholarship broadens this focus somewhat, since in a digital, networked, open world people become less defined by the institution to which they belong and more by the network and online identity they establish.The democratisation of the online space opens up scholarship to a wider group, just as it opens up subjects that people can study beyond the curriculum defined by universities. The book “The Digital Scholar: How Technology Is Transforming Scholarly Practice” by Martin Weller, a Professor of Educational Technology at the Open University, UK, explores the changes, their implications for higher education, the possibilities for new forms of scholarly practice and what lessons can be drawn from other sectors.

[To read more: http://www.dhakacourier.com.bd/news/Essays/Role-of-technology-in-transforming-scholarly-practice/354 ]

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