Dr Richard Clay, University of Birmingham

August 2013

Dr Richard Clay is an eighteenth century art historian at the University of Birmingham, who is also co-directing the 'do.collaboration', an exciting project that uses the very latest touch-screen technology to educate and inform.

Justin Richards, BCS Multimedia Editor, spoke to Richard to find out more about the background behind the project and its ability to shape future learning.

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Part 4

Part 5

Part 6

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  • 1
    Paul Scott wrote on 30th Sep 2016

    Brilliant work on the malleability of symbols.

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    Richard Anderson wrote on 12th Dec 2016

    Dear Dr. Richard Clay I really liked your presentation on the French Rev. If you had to boil down an engaging presentation to just 3 tips, what would they be?? Thanks

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    Ann Kader wrote on 24th Feb 2017

    Dear Dr. Richard Clay,
    I have just seen your programme on bbc2 "The French Revolution".
    It was absolutely fascinating. I wish you would do history trips to Paris about the revolution and I would have loved to have studied this with you as tutor. More please.

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    A Gibbon-Williams wrote on 6th Mar 2017

    TELL Dr Clay that VARENNES is nowhere NEAR the Austrian border (TV prog) and that anyway Louis XVI and MA were fleeing for their LIVES and intended to stay within French borders. BAD history! But cute!

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    Debra Derrick wrote on 12th Feb 2018

    I loved your film about the history of Graffiti. It was so very interesting, therefore I wanted to thank you. Someplace I have Norman Mailers graffiti book from the 1970's, I want to go reread it now.
    You certainly are a brilliant man.
    Take care & Cheers,

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