CBDALN Debate Series #6: Judging in a Datafied World – Theoretical and Empirical Approaches

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The sixth talk in our CBDALN debate series takes place on November, 10th at 15:00 (UTC+1). The series offers an opportunity to discuss specific data literacy topics and to get in touch with the network and its members. The input will be provided by Christian Leineweber. He is currently researching and teaching as an acting professor for educational science with a focus on digitalisation in educational fields at the Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster in Germany. The title of his 10 minutes input is:

Judging in a Datafied World – Theoretical and Empirical Approaches

Christian Leineweber

The input will be followed by ca. 20 minutes of discussion. The online event is open to the public, so you are very welcome to invite your colleagues!

To join the Zoom-Meeting:

Meeting ID: 899 2390 0021

Code: 113221


The time schedule for next event in the series looks as following:

  • Thursday, December 8, 2022, 15:00 UTC+1 – Stephan Packard

If you would like to be kept updated about the topics of the next speakers in our debate series, you can register your interest via email: info@bigdataliteracy.net or follow us on twitter: @bigdataliteracy.

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