Digital | Arts | Research | Education (DARE) Website/blog Print
Thursday, 01 November 2012
DAREThe DARE website/blog is now running at, with information about events and projects, and links to people and partners. Do have a browse, pass on the link to anyone you feel might be interested, and do contact us if you have any suggestions.
What the Research says 20th July Event Report Print
Friday, 27 July 2012

luckin.jpgWe held the 4th What the Research Says event at the LKL on Friday 20 July and all went well. We had 75 attendees comprising of the usual mix of academic and non-academic attendees folk. This was particularly encouraging given the change of date due to the Olympics. The talks were a mix of academic and business presenters and the demos were mixed, but more academic than commercial, the debate was lively and the panel was 2 academics (Mike and Shaaron) and 2 commercial reps (Cisco and TSL) - full details below.

Some of the feedback from non-academic attendees:

"Just a quick note to say thanks for organising and running the event. As a first timer I found it was run smoothly, with some great speakers and interesting discussions." SME

"very busy and an excellent meeting" Broadcaster


What the research says seminars - launch a success Print
Monday, 02 April 2012

thumb-news_05.pngAfter the successful launch of the first event in our new series of 'What the Research says Seminars', we announce the second in the series Computer science and computational thinking in the classroom - what the Research says? This will be held at the London Knowledge Lab on Friday 27th April, further programme details are available on this website under events.

We are delighted to welcome speakers from a range of organisations, including Apps for Good, the Educational Games Network, University of Newcastle and the London Knowledge Lab, plus demos and the chance to chat to the people whose ideas are behind the research.

The event will consist of short presentations, then the chance to try out some of the current technologies and prototypes. The session will conclude with a panel lead discussion and will also offer attendees the chance to meet and to chat to like minded others and to the people whose ideas are behind the research.

This series of events is supported by the Association for Learning Technology (ALT), Intellect and BESA. They are organized as a collaboration between the London Knowledge Lab, The Open University and the Learning Sciences research Institute at the University of Nottingham.

These events are designed for anyone who is interested in helping to turn research into action through partnerships between industry, commerce and academia. Attendees will be able to hear talks, see research prototypes, learn about current research projects and findings and meet other like-minded people. They will also be able to shape the structure and content of future events in this series.

If you have a research prototype or technology project that you would like to demo at a future event, please contact  This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it

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