Conceptualizing the digital space 

In this podcast, Dr. James delves into the topic of university spaces and their potential for growth and change. He examines the adaptability of university spaces, specifically the integration of digital and physical spaces and the development of personalized learning environments. He also explores the shift in the understanding of space, including the idea of a binary between digital and physical, and highlights the importance of hybrid learning and open communication. Dr. James concludes that university spaces should be created to foster exploration. 

About Dr. James Lamb

James’ research and teaching is currently interested in learning spaces, multimodality, sound studies, and the relationship between digital technologies and education. He is course organiser for An Introduction to Digital Environments for Learning, within the MSc in Digital Education, where he also teaches on courses concerned with assessment and digital cultures