One of the principal objectives of the ID 4.0 project is raise our students digital skills set not only in technological terms but also in relation to the increasingly important “soft skills” demanded by industry and businesses.
The World Economic Forum has identified the importance of the skills
To enable our students to acquire these skills the ID 4.0 project strives to foster a mutually beneficial and fruitful relationship with local and far afield industries and businesses. To achieve this this page will list a series of relevant, internal and/or external events, such as hackathons, guest speakers, conferences, workshops, CPDs, and much more.
We encourage our students to consider attending these events not only for learning purposes but equally to network and increase their prospects of employability.
The Lincoln Award booklet also has a listing of these events. The last two editions of this booklet is on the Students menu item
If you are an academic or a student and know of a suitable even then please drop us an email at email@example.com or through the Get Involved page.
The world of ID 4.0 is a fast changing and exciting one. This page will be regulatory and frequently updated with news of events. So, please visit here on similar basis.
International Conference on Applied Education, Technology and Innovation (THEi AETI 2019)
“Education 4.0: Applied Degree Education and the Future of Work”
The is the first International Conference on Applied Education, Technology and Innovation. Welcomes abstracts from academics and practitioners, industry partners, education entrepreneurs and innovators engaging with Education 4.0 with breakthrough stories to tell.
The conference is held on the 16th ~ 18th April 2019
Hosted by the Technological and Higher Education Institute (THEi) Hong Kong.
Launch of Heritage Dot
‘Joining the Dots: Partnerships, Participation and Platforms’
In 2019, the University of Lincoln is hosting ‘Heritage Dot’, the inaugural conference exploring digital horizons in relation to cultural heritage. Heritage Dot will create a platform for sharing, challenging, disrupting, and interrogating what digital heritage is and does across professional, academic and community sectors with interests in heritage.
Images courtesy of: Frequency Festival, University of Lincoln, Media Archive for Central England.
Workshop delivered by Dr. Kamaran Fathulla
Digitalisation 4.0: Curriculum Design
This workshop is aimed at stimulating interest into developing curriculum with ID 4.0 being central to its purpose. The workshop will highlight challenges and opportunities to look out for when embarking on such developmental work.
Time: 14:00 – 15:30