Are you interested in designing learning technologies, game based learning, learning with visual and multi-modal representations, mathematical cognition, or mobile and contextual learning?
The LSRI is a centre of excellence for research in the Learning Sciences and Technology Enhanced Learning. Research at the Institute explores the fundamental processes and practices of learning, and how to design new technologies and environments to enhance human learning.
Learning Sciences Research Institute
The below funding
opportunities will be available for 2010. *Please
note deadline dates differ for each funding opportunity
LSRI offers a small number of funded PhD studentships in areas related to the
learning sciences and technology-enhanced learning. These are highly
competitive and applications must be supported by a research proposal.
Applications for full time or part time study are welcome.
date: 19th February 2010
Doctoral Training Centre for the Digital Society
opportunities for fully-funded four year PhD studentships within the Horizon
Doctoral Training Centre for the Digital Society to explore new applications
for learning of ubiquitous and location-aware computing, to create new
technologies in these areas, or to study their impact on people's lives.
Candidates should have or expect to gain a
good honours degree (usually at least a 2.1) in an undergraduate degree or
Masters degree in Psychology, Computer Science, Education or a related subject
relevant to the learning sciences.
carefully on your application which funding opportunity you are interested in.
Further information about the LSRI,
potential supervisors and details on the application process can be found at: www.lsri.nottingham.ac.uk/phd.php