Former member of the ArtEZ executive board (2016-2020), Nishant Shah, has recently accepted two newly created roles at the ArtEZ University of the Arts: the Professorship Aesthetics and Cultures of Technology as well as the Directorship Research and Outreach, in both positions he will be serving the university community at large. One of Nishant's first activities is the launch of the free webinar Crisis Education Critical Education ( on the challenges and potentials of online education during Covid-19) with insightful (but not necessarily reassuring) guest tutorials from Seda Gürses and Florian Kramer and many more to come.
The conversation lab consists of 9 asynchronous interactive digital input sessions and live synthesis events to kick-start a conversation beyond logistics, operations, and mechanics of digitization in connected learning.
Facilitated and Curated by: Sissel Marie Ton, Jonathan Reus & Nishant Shah
Created by: Professorship Aesthetics and Cultures of Technology, ArtEZ University of the Arts
READ MORE at the website of ArtEZ
Furthermore very relevant to read are Nishant Shah's "Touchstones to hold digital education accountable for learning", published on the 1st of April at the beginning of the Covid-19 crisis.