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Mike Phillips on radio station Triple M

DER's Mike Phillips featured on Triple M's breakfast show with Poppy and Leigh. He commented on the opportunities and challenges associated with...

Carlo Perrotta on ABC Radio National and 2SER

Carlo Perrotta was interviewed by ABC Radio National and Sydney's 2SER radio on the rise of online education in response to the Coronavirus

interview with Prof. Sian Bayne

listen to DER's Neil Selwyn talk with Prof. Sian Bayne from the University of Edinburgh on her innovative approaches to theorising digital education and online teaching.

New Seminar: Temporal digital control – Theorizing the use of digital technologies to provide...

Screen time once referred to television. Nowadays, it includes various screen sizes that are Internet-enabled devices, and the pervasive smartphone. Regardless of what kind of...

New DER seminar in partnership with the Faculty of IT

Making SENse of teacher agency with Social and Epistemic Network analysis 6th February 2020 at 2pm >>> Room:...

Facial recognition technology & the end of privacy

In light of the recent ClearView facial recognition controversy, Neil Selwyn & Mark Andrejevic consider the implications of mass public surveillance based on billions of different images scraped from the web.

ARC Linkage Success!

Congratulations to Michael Henderson and DER Fellow Susan Edwards (ACU), along with colleagues from ACU (lead), Deakin, Curtin and LaTrobe. The Linkage...

What does it look like when teachers ‘get better’ with technology integration?

A new article by PhD student Ralph Saubern, Daniel Urbach from the Victorian Curriculum and Assessment Authority, Professor Matthew Koehler from Michigan...

Children + Participatory Design + Sustainable Futures Symposium

We would like to invite researchers to the Children + Participatory Design + Sustainable Futures Symposium 2020 @...

Gestural music in education

There is a growing global movement within education to incorporate the Arts into the STE(A)M curriculum. Teachers are looking for new ways...