This podcast is part of the UCIL Digital Society course from the University of Manchester running in 2020/21 Semester 2. The story it relates to is hosted on Medium and can be found here.

In this podcast, Jade and George from the Library Student Team review the topic, Smart cities, discussing some of the themes you have raised so far.

TRANSCRIPT

George: Hello, my name is George, from the Library Student Team

Jade: And, I am Jade, also from the Library Student Team. Today we will be discussing your comments on ‘Smart Cities’, which was covered this week. Thank you…


This podcast is part of the UCIL Digital Society course from the University of Manchester running in 2020/21 Semester 2. The story it relates to is hosted on Medium and can be found here.

In this podcast, Isabelle and Simone from the Library Student Team review the topic, The internet of Things, discussing some of the themes you have raised so far.

TRANSCRIPT

Simone: Hello, I am Simone from the Library Student Team. With me today is Isabella, also a member of the Library Student Team. We will be talking about your responses to the questions we asked on ‘The…


Topic 4 review: The Individual, Identity and Ethics (2020/21, Semester 2)

This podcast is part of the UCIL Digital Society course from the University of Manchester running in 2020/21 Semester 2. The story it relates to is hosted on Medium and can be found here.

In this podcast, Naman and Salma from the Library Student Team review the topic, the Individual, Identity and Ethics, discussing some of the themes you have raised so far.

TRANSCRIPT

Hi, my name is Naman from the Library Student Team and I am here with my colleague Salma. We really enjoyed reading your contributions on…


An informal introduction to the first assessment

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This podcast is part of the UCIL Digital Society course from the University of Manchester. Each section contains an audio clip and text equivalent, including any links mentioned. If you prefer, you can listen to all the audio as a playlist. The content is the same in each case.

The purpose of this podcast is to introduce the second assessment and give some examples which may help illustrate it. …


This podcast is part of the UCIL Digital Society course from the University of Manchester running in 2020/21 Semester 2. The story it relates to is hosted on Medium and can be found here.

In this podcast, Jade and Nuura from the Library Student Team review the topic, Digilab Online, discussing some of the themes you have raised so far.

TRANSCRIPT

Jade: Hi, my name is Jade from the Library Student Team and I’m here with my Student Team colleague Nuura. This week we discussed ‘DigiLab Online’ and your contributions on it were very insightful and enjoyable to read. Thank…


This podcast is part of the UCIL Digital Society course from the University of Manchester running in The Internet 2020/21 Semester 2. The story it relates to is hosted on Medium and can be found Podcast transcript: Engagement (2020/21 Semester 2) here.

In this podcast, Olivia and Rachel from the Library Student Team review the topic, The internet, discussing some of the themes you have raised so far.

TRANSCRIPT

Olivia:Hi, my name is Olivia and I’m a member of the Library Student Team at the University of Manchester. I’m here with my colleague, Rachel, who is also part of the…


This podcast is part of the UCIL Digital Society course from the University of Manchester running in 2020/21 Semester 2. The story it relates to is hosted on Medium and can be found here.

In this podcast, Simone and Naman from the Library Student Team review the topic, Engagement, discussing some of the themes you have raised so far.

TRANSCRIPT

Hi, I’m Simone from the Library Student Team and I am Naman, also from the Library Student Team. We very much enjoyed reading your contributions on this week’s topic, and would like to explore some of your responses in a…


An informal introduction to the first assessment

Version: Text and audio | Video | Audio (SoundCloud) | Audio (mp3)

This podcast is part of the UCIL Digital Society course from the University of Manchester. Each section contains an audio clip and text equivalent, including any links mentioned. If you prefer, you can listen to all the audio as a playlist, or watch a narrated video. The content is the same in each case.

The purpose of this podcast is to introduce the first assessment and give some examples which may help illustrate it. …


A week-by-week calendar for Digital Society (UCIL26001/26002)

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🗺️ Week 1: quick navigation

WelcomeThe course publication → 📍Course timeline → Assessment

Timetable

You can access an interactive version of this timetable called the “Prepare and Reflect tool” in Blackboard UCIL26001/26002. This includes coursework information (when it’s set and the deadlines) and a weekly checklist to keep you on track. You can also contact the course tutors (see Blackboard) with any questions.

Week 1 (8th Feb) — Welcome

Week 2 (15th Feb) — Topic: Engagement

Week 2 (17th Feb) — Virtual drop-in 2.00pm–4.00pm

Week 3 (22nd Feb) — Topic: The Internet

Week 4 (1st March) — Critical analysis

Week 5 (8th March ) — Topic: DigiLab Online

Week 5 (10th March) — Virtual drop-in 2.00pm–4.00pm (BST)

Week 6 (15th March) — Topic: The Individual, Identity and Ethics

Week 7 (22nd March) — Topic: The Internet of Things

EASTER BREAK — 29th March — 12th April

Week 8 (12th April) — Topic: Smart Cities

Week 9 (19th April) — Reflecting on your employability for a digital future

Week 10: 28th April — Virtual drop-in 2.00pm to 4.00pm (BST)

What next?

Now that you have read this post, you should know what will happen each week in the course. We suggest you go to Prepare and Reflect in Blackboard and tick off the first task. Next we suggest you read the Assessment…

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