Delivering Public Service online: How does it change the status quo?

Key Note Speakers:
Ollie Bray –  National Adviser for Emerging Technologies in Learning and Technology Futures at Learning and Teaching Scotland (LTS)

Ollie’s Presentation: Understanding the New Learning Landscape

Kieron O’Hara –  Senior Research Fellow in Electronics and Computer Science at the University of Southampton

Kieron O’Hara’s presentation: Transparency and Privacy

Video Overview of the Workshop- Delivering Public Services Online: How does it change the status quo?

Images from the day

Organiser: Royal Holloway team on the VOME project
VOME is a research project aimed at exploring how service users engage with concepts of privacy and consent in on-line interactions. The project aims to design technologies that support service users in their selection and deployment of privacy practices when using on-line technologies.

VOME is funded by Economic and Social Research Council, Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council and The Technology Strategy Board.