Learning analytics, Foucault and the phantom menace
Wicked Problems and Wicked Designs in Education and Technology
Digital technologies and literacy education: More than a gimmick?
Ethics in social media research: do we know what we are doing?
The failure of MOOCs
News and Opinion
Michael Henderson presenting inaugural CRADLE seminar
The Centre for Research in Assessment and Digital Learning (CRADLE) - a newly established research centre at Deakin University - will be hosting regular public seminars that bridge research and practice.
Reality check for technology in education
Neil Selwyn – keynote speaker at the Second International Conference on Education, Canada
Michael Henderson announced as Keynote speaker for ECAWA
Funding Success – Cybersafety in early childhood education
Minding our language: why education and technology is full of bullshit … and what might be...
Neil Selwyn has a new article in Learning, Media & Technology challenging the language used to describe education and technology.
Exploring the role of digital data in contemporary schools and schooling
Neil Selwyn, Michael Henderson, and Shu Chao explore the different forms of digitally-based 'data work' engaged by various school stake holders.
Internet addiction? Temporality and life online in the networked society
New article – What works and why? Student perceptions of ‘useful’ digital technology in university teaching and learning
Video-based feedback on student assessment: scarily personal
Massive Open Online Change? Exploring the Discursive Construction of the ‘MOOC’ in Newspapers
Critical Perspectives on Technology and Education
Data entry: towards the critical study of digital data and education
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