Opinion or editorial blog entries from members and other scholars

Opinion or editorial blog entries from members and other scholars

Becoming the media: Australian schools and the rise of citizen journalism

Author: David Elliott (Monash University) One of the defining images of the decade will surely be that of marathon runners elatedly running towards the finishing line...

Stepping back from TPACK

Author: Scott Bulfin Graham Parr Natalie Bellis This text is adapted from a longer journal article by the authors: Parr, G., Bellis, N. & Bulfin, S. (2013 in press)...

Using ‘communities of practice’ in ed-tech research

Author: Michael Phillips (Monash University) The ‘Community of Practice’ (CoP) perspective has become increasingly popular in educational circles over the past 15 years or so –...

Hack/ prank/ fail: what YouTube can tell us about students, schools and computers

Author: Neil Selwyn (Monash University) As someone interested in the everyday realities of educational technology, I have become a keen viewer of student-produced videos on YouTube...

Rethinking what we want from ICT in schools

Author: Dr Michael Hammond, Warwick University Dr. Michael Hammond is leader of the 'Centre for New Technologies Research in Education' at Monash's UK partner institution, Warwick University. In England we...