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10 years MA DTCE Anniversary event [photos]

On Thursday, 24th May at the Kanaris Lecture Theatre, Manchester Museum, we celebrated  10 years of MA: Digital Technologies, Communication and Education degree with an onsite event with talks on the past and future of digital technologies in learning. Read more


Study on the MA: DTCE from September 2018

We are currently welcoming applications for the MA: Digital Technologies, Communication and Education in the 2018-19 academic year.

You can study on this award-winning programme either in Manchester (full-time or part time) or as a distance learning student . Read more


10 year MA DTCE with Twitter Q & A [Wednesday 23rd]

On Wednesday 23rd May 2018 our  Question & Answer session via Twitter continued. 

Once again we had the pleasure to chat with our Alumni, Michael Masterman, Joasia Van Kooten and David Mulcahy, who have shared their stories and insights since graduating from the MA: Digital Technologies, Communication and Education degree. Read more


10 year MA DTCE with Twitter Q & A [Tuesday 22nd]

On Tuesday 22nd May 2018 our  Question & Answer session via Twitter continued. 

We have had the pleasure of rejoining with our Alumni, Camille Berry and Serrana Muniz, who have shared their stories and insights since graduating from the MA: Digital Technologies, Communication and Education degree.

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Camille Berry is from Kingston, Jamaica and she joined the programme in September 2010 and graduated in 2013. Camille is a trained teacher who is currently a teacher educator at the University of the Wet Indies (UWI), Mona Campus.
Camille is also a single mother with 1 child – a son who is 4 years old and is currently pursuing her PhD in Education at UWI, Mona.

 

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Serrana ‘Serri’ Muniz is from Uruguay. She joined the MA DTCE programme in 2014 as a Distance Learning Student until 2017. Serri is a platform training coordinator at Plan Ceibal, a plan of the Uruguayan government aimed to support Uruguayan educational policies with technology.

 

 

If you have missed out on our #10yearmadtce Q&A session, we’ve summed up everything in chirpstory for you to read.

https://chirpstory.com/li/392941
We still have another Twitter Q & A sessions to celebrate #10yearmadtce on Wednesday 23rd, 4-5 PM BST, where more Alumni join the conversation.

On Thursday, 24th May from 4pm to 7.45pm you are warmly invited to our onsite event at the Kanaris Lecture Theatre, Manchester Museum.

This is a ticketed event so please use this link to sign up for the face-to-face event at https://10yearsmadtce.eventbrite.co.uk

If you are attending the event in an online capacity you don’t need to sign up. We will be meeting online via Adobe Connect at 4.20pm (BST) http://unimanchester.adobeconnect.com/rw44lyr4i6y5/

Join Us!

 


10 year MA DTCE with Twitter Q & A [Monday 21st]

 

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Monday 21st May 2018 marked the first of our events for the 10 years celebration that are taking place this week, a Question & Answer session via Twitter.

We have had an exciting panel of guests join us today from the programme. Dr Drew Whitworth, Wina Tirtapradja, and Amin  Neghavati

 

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Dr Drew Whitworth, is a lecturer of the MA in Digital Technologies, Communication & Education (MA DTCE) and the Director of Teaching and Learning Strategy at the Manchester Institute of Education. He was the Programme Director of MA DTCE during its launch in 2007

 

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Our second guest is Wina Tirtapradja. She joined the MA DTCE in 2017 as an onsite student and is currently preparing for her master’s dissertation focusing on social media and politics. Wina is from Tangerang, Indonesia

 

 

 

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Our third guest is Amin Neghavati . Originally from Iran, he joined in 2016 as a distance learning student. Amin also works as a training consultant with British Council Singapore & as an elearning consultant for a global British Council project

 

 

If you have missed out on our #10yearmadtce Q&A session, we’ve summed up everything in chirpstory for you to read.
https://chirpstory.com/li/392828
We still have other Twitter Q & A sessions to celebrate #10yearmadtce on Tuesday 22nd and Wednesday 23rd, 4-5 PM BST, where our Alumni join the conversation.

On Thursday, 24th May from 4pm to 7.45pm you are warmly invited to our onsite event at the Kanaris Lecture Theatre, Manchester Museum.

This is a ticketed event so please use this link to sign up for the face-to-face event at https://10yearsmadtce.eventbrite.co.uk

If you are attending the event in an online capacity you don’t need to sign up. We will be meeting online via Adobe Connect at 4.20pm (BST) http://unimanchester.adobeconnect.com/rw44lyr4i6y5/

Join Us!


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