Events & Activities

On this page you’ll find upcoming events and activities that relate to tools and concepts covered in 23 Things for Digital Knowledge.

Online / International Events

23 Things Twitter Chat – TODAY Tuesday February 6th!

Questions have been posted on twitter and direct links these questions can be found below so you can click through, follow, and respond to the questions that interest you. The theme of this chat will be Digital Confidence.

Catch-up on and follow the conversation throughout the day by clicking on the links above, reading and replying to the conversations. Or search for the   hashtag then and clicking on ‘Latest’. Scroll down to see the conversation history. Refresh the page to view the latest responses.

Screenshot of the Twitter search page with an arrow pointing to the 'Latest' tab.

We run Twitter/Tweet Chats throughout the year.  The conversations can be viewed and responded to  at anytime by following the @EdUni23Things Twitter account and responding to questions and tweets on the hashtag .

A Storify of the 2017 Twitter chat on Digital Knowledge is available on Wakelet:
Information on Twitter Chats here:

Digital Footprint MOOC: A free online course

Online course runs for 3 weeks each month.
Information & registration:



23 Things Activity Session – AR/VR Google Cardboard and more

Wednesday, 21 February, 1pm – 4pm

As part of the Festival of Creative Learning at the University of Edinburgh, I’m running an activity session to get hands on with some of the more playful tools and Things. The session will explore Augmented & Virtual Reality, and Geolocations tools. Each participant will take home a Google Cardboard headset.

Event details and booking

Unconscious Bias Workshop

Feb 7th, 1:30-4:30pm. Charles Stewart House. All Staff.
This workshop (facilitated by Dr Pete Jones, C.Psychol. C. Sci. AFBPSs, Shire Shire Professional Chartered Psychologists) offers delegates an opportunity to raise their awareness of unconscious bias, to apply that awareness to an HEI setting and to develop ideas for research led actions to mitigate personal, manager and organisational bias in key people processes.  It includes an opportunity to undergo unconscious bias testing and to receive confidential feedback on the test results.
Information & bookings: