In 2020 MA: DTCE lecturer Drew Whitworth published “Mapping Information Landscapes”, a book that explores the history of mapping as a means by which we learn how to make good judgments about information, and communicate these understandings to others.
We are still welcoming applications for the MA: Digital Technologies, Communication and Education in the 2013-14 academic year, including those for our new TESOL pathway (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages). You can study on this award-winning programme either in Manchester (full-time one year, part-time usually two years) or as a distance learning student (usually three years part-time). Combinations of these two are possible in special circumstances.
To apply. visit http://www.manchester.ac.uk/postgraduate/howtoapply/. Ideally, all applications should be received by the end of August, and if you want to study in Manchester and need a visa to enter the UK you should apply immediately. Teaching starts on Monday 23rd September 2013.
The MA: DTCE is a Masters’ programme which examines the impact of ICT, mobile communications, video, satellite broadcasting and other media on education, whether formal in schools or universities, in the workplace, or informal learning in everyday life. In 2012 the programme was awarded an international Blackboard Catalyst award for its quality in distance learning and also an award from Manchester University Students’ Union for innovation.