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Online; time shown is BST (= 17:00-18:00 SGT). With Prof Howard Hotson, Professor of Early Modern Intellectual History, University of Oxford. Exiting the global pandemic, modern information technology is set to transform university teaching at a radically accelerated pace. In this lecture, Prof Hotson will provide a vivid glimpse of these dazzling new knowledge experiences as embedded in Future Cities, Smart Nations, and sustainable solutions for society globally.

Great Britain logoThis is an international lecture opportunity arising from Digitial Scholarship @ Oxford collaboration with the Human-Machine Collaboration Programme in MPLS. It will be delivered as one of the Knowledge is GREAT lectures organised by the British Council in Singapore. This educational technology collaboration is connected to the Human-Machine Collaboration educational technology testbed projects.

Visit the British Council GREAT lecture webpage for further information about the lecture and registration.