I was really pleased to be invited to give the annual Drapers lecture at Queen Mary University of London (online of course…) this March. I used it to talk about the future of digital education and how this traumatic last year might shape and change the way universities teach. As I generally do, I emphasised the need for communities of scholarship to approach this future from a position of agency, and a clear vision and narrative for the kind of universities we want to collectively build, shape and inhabit.

The lecture is available on YouTube, with all the references viewable here.