Telling Digital Stories

Revolution through community initiative: the social politics of education futures

Dr. Bozena Mannova, Czech Technical University in Prague and Professor Christina Preston, De Montfort University
Edited by Professor Sarah Younie, De Montfort University

We are collecting stories for study about the impact of technologies on us all, for good and ill.

You have been invited to respond as someone whose opinion we value.

You can participate in this debate in two ways:

1) Tell us your digital story: fill in this questionnaire which will take about thirty minutes to one hour depending on how much you want to say. http://bit.ly/tellingdigitalstories
2) We will have a section in the study that covers different perspectives on the topic from our friends and colleagues covering all phases and levels of education as well as how we learn at home. This is your chance to have your say!

We would like about 1,000 words in an informal style on this topic submitted to christina@mirandanet.ac.uk in a Word document by September 30th. You can reversion something you have already written if you own the copyright. In our case copyright remains with you but please acknowledge our study. Here are some of Christina’s stories to give you an example of the style we are suggesting.

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If you have more questions or want some support please email: christina@mirandanet.ac.uk

All contributors will be awarded a MirandaNet Fellowship for participation in a collaborative study.

Ethics

We will share our study with all our participants and we will acknowledge your contribution unless
you ask us not to do so.