Rethinking our approach to scholarly activity in teaching and learning
This year is showing us the imperative of being efficient and comfortable in online environments. As academics, there is an urgency around developing our learning, teaching, research and professional practices through a scholarly approach empowered by our digital environments. Digital scholarship is the ‘game-changer’ we are all looking for!
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