A full list of papers is available at: http://www.richard-hall.org/conference-papers/
All presentations are available at: http://www.slideshare.net/RichardHall
Recent presentations include the following.
Hall, R. (2017). The cybernetic hypothesis and digital capitalism. Breaking the Frame, Interrogating Digital Capitalism seminar. London.
Hall, R. (2017). Against boundaries: dismantling the curriculum in higher education, at the University of Worcester Learning, Teaching and Student Experience Conference 2017, University of Worcester.
Hall, R. (2017). The really open university: working together as open academic commons, at the Brookes Learning Teaching Conference 2017, Oxford Brookes University.
Hall, R. (2017). Invited participant, The Porous University – A critical exploration of openness, space and place in Higher Education, University of the Highlands and Islands.
Hall, R. (2017). On the alienation of academic labour and the possibilities for mass intellectuality. Marxism and Education: Renewing Dialogues (MERD) Seminar, University of East London.
Hall, R., and Winn. J. (2017). Social co-operatives and the democratisation of higher education. Co-operative Education and Research Conference 2017, Co-operative College, Manchester.
Hall, R. (2017). For the Really Open University. OER17, International Conference, London.
Reeves, A., and Hall, R. (2017). Engendering social learning for sustainability in the UK: how can a university course engage its stakeholder community? International Environmental Communication Association, Conference on Communication and Environment. University of Leicester.
Brown, J., Hall, R., Lishman, R., Rushworth, J., and Snape, R. (2017). Designing for difference: lessons from a cross-disciplinary implementation of Universal Design for Learning. National Conference on the Beginning Design Student. Salt Lake City, Utah.
Hall, R. (2016). Prospects for Peace Education in the Neoliberal Era, at the Adam Curle Peace Symposium: Peaceful Relations and the Transformation of the World, University of Bradford.
Hall, R. (2016). Invited participant, Resisting Neoliberalism and Education Symposium, at the University of Brighton, Faculty of Education.
Hall, R., and Atkins, L. (2016). The lessons of digital identity for professional practice and graduate research, at the Lincoln University Education Post-Doctoral Research Conference. Lincoln University.
Hall, R. (2016). The relationship between citizenship, participation and digital literacy, at the HealthLiteracy UK seminar, Digital Participation and Health Literacy. De Montfort University.
Hall, R. (2016). Invited participant at the DMU Leadership Conference, Learning to Lead, Leading to Learn, at The DMU Strategic Framework and Challenging Convention in Learning and Teaching. De Montfort University.
Hall, R. (2016). Invited participant at the British Sociology Association Activism in Sociology Forum fringe event, on Radical Education inside and outside the Neoliberal University. University of Birmingham.
Hall, R. (2016). Invited participant at the Unconference for Transformational Learning and Culture. University of Warwick.
Hall, R. (2016). On the abolition of academic labour: the relationship between intellectual workers and mass intellectuality. Conference of Socialist Economists, Midlands Group. University of Birmingham.
Hall, R. (2015). Critically questioning educational innovation in higher education. 4th International Studies of Management and Organisations International Research Conference. IDRAC Business School, Nice, France.
Hall, R. (2015). Educational innovation and the future of higher education. The Northern Universities Consortium Annual Conference. The Manchester Conference Centre.
Hall, R. (2015). Anxiety in the academy: the dehumanisation of educational possibility. Invited participant, Resisting Neoliberalism and Education Symposium, at the University of Brighton, Faculty of Education.
Hall, R. (2015). Enhancing Learning through Technology. The De Montfort University Teaching and Learning Conference. Leicester, UK.
Hall, R. (2015). Dismantling the Curriculum in Higher Education. The Bishop Grosseteste University Learning and Teaching Conference. Lincoln, UK.
Hall, R. (2015). Critically questioning educational innovation in economics and business: Human interaction in a virtualising world. Educational Innovation in Economics and Business Association conference. The University of Brighton, UK.
Hall, R. (2015). School staff digital literacy: what we learned from the DigiLit Leicester Project. 6th Teacher Education Advancement Network Conference. Aston University.
Alotaibi, A, Ayesh, A. and Hall, R. (2015). Managing Admission in Saudi Universities: a System Approach. 6th International Conference on E-Education, E-Business, E-Management and E-Learning- IC4E 2015.