Donna is an anthropologist working with ethnographic methods and analysis to inform and change policy in higher education, in particular in and around libraries, learning spaces, and teaching and learning practices. She is Associate Professor for Anthropological Research at the J. Murrey Atkins Library at UNC Charlotte. Donna has conducted anthropological research in libraries at University College London as well as at UNC Charlotte, and regularly presents workshops and talks in the US and the UK. She has worked with various institutions, including Carnegie Mellon, Parsons the New School, the Wellcome Trust, Imperial College (London), Kingston University (London), and the University of South Carolina (Upstate), on issues of digital practices and institutional change. She blogs about these and other projects at www.donnalanclos.com, and you can also find her on Twitter @DonnaLanclos.
David works at the intersection of teaching, learning and digital. He is interested in why we chose to engage in particular ways online and suspicious of ‘newness’ being linked to technology. David has developed a number of ways of visualising our motivations to engage in digital environments, most notably the Visitors & Residents continuum which has inspired various mapping activities and workshops worldwide. He is Head of Technology Enhanced Learning at the University of the Arts, London. David has worked extensively with Jisc and other groups in the UK and the US to better understand teaching and learning in digital spaces. He blogs erratically and with mixed results at www.daveowhite.com and secretes undercooked ideas via @daveowhite
mmaley posted an update in the session Keynote: Donna Lanclos and David White – Being Human is Your Problem 1 year, 1 month ago
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