ICT and Education for Sustainability at Aston University
As part of the HEFCE funded project ‘Leading Curriculum Change in Sustainability’ led by John Blewitt (ABS), an online conference for staff and students took place on 16 November, 2011. With help from colleagues Kevin Brace (pictured above) and Neil Cocklin from CLIPP, the conference was delivered via Elluminate and addressed two major issues:
The contention was that an important characteristic of quality higher education is the way HE addresses the sustainability imperative in terms of the curriculum and its socio-ecological impact. The online conference, with its low carbon impact, sought to demonstrate how ICT, sustainability and technologically enhanced education are integrally related.
For more information on the conference and on the HEFCE project please contact John Blewit: firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information on the HEFCE project click HERE.
You may also wish to check out: John Blewitt’s chapter in The Sustainability Handbook (2009), “New Media Literacy: communication for sustainability” available here.
Summing Up and Further Thoughts (click to start presentation: edited to 10mins 44secs)