The Siege of InfoSec: A Medieval Perspective on Information Security
Information Security. It’s not considered the sexiest of topics, despite the news coverage it seems to be getting lately. Just those two words can conjure up images of men in ties nagging you to update and patch your devices (because you should) or companies crashing and burning as they lose users’ data. Frankly, using information … Continue reading The Siege of InfoSec: A Medieval Perspective on Information Security
Welcome to the Programme – #FCL18 is coming!
It is with great pleasure that we are now able to reveal the full programme for #FCL18, the curated week of the Festival of Creative Learning at the University of Edinburgh taking place this 19-23rd February. Jennifer and I are incredibly proud of the 100-and-something staff and student event organisers that have been working incredibly … Continue reading Welcome to the Programme – #FCL18 is coming!
Internet of (Community) Things: an upcoming design thinking workshop
What is it? Dr Jeremy Knox and Dr Michael Gallagher, both of the Centre for Research in Digital Education at the University of Edinburgh, are running two workshops for faculty and students on Internet of Things (IoT) technology and how this might be designed to bridge distance for the University across campuses (there are several discrete campuses within … Continue reading Internet of (Community) Things: an upcoming design thinking workshop
Festival of Creative Learning 2018: The applications came rolling in
Happy November and we hope you are all adjusting to the changes of the season. With this blog post, we will provide a tantalising update on preparations for the Festival of Creative Learning 2018. The deadline for applications was Monday 23rd October at 5pm. When I left work the Friday before we had six applications … Continue reading Festival of Creative Learning 2018: The applications came rolling in