Journal Article

Journal Article

new paper on devices in the classroom & BYOD

A new article from our ARC project has just been published in the Oxford Review of Education. Titled 'Left to their own devices: the...

new paper in Surveillance & Society

'Post-panoptic pedagogies' - the latest paper from LNM's ARC funded research project into schools and digital technology - has just been published in the journal Surveillance & Society.

¿Nuevas culturas del aprendizaje?

A long-form interview with Neil Selwyn has just been published in the Spanish academic journal Boletín de la Institución Libre de Enseñanza (No.104, pp.51-77). Neil was in conversation with Linda Castañeda as part of an evening at Madrid's 'Institución Libre de Enseñanza'. The article (in Spanish) is available through SocArXiv

Young children’s everyday concepts of the internet: A platform for cyber-safety education in the...

LNM members Suzy Edwards and Michael Henderson with ACU and Deakin colleagues have a new publication in BJET on cybersafety education in early childhood.

High-Tech, Hard Work: an investigation of teachers’ work in the digital age

A new paper on teachers' work from LNM's ARC-funded digital schools project has just been published in Learning, Media & Technology. The paper examines...

Who gets hooked on Facebook? An exploratory typology of problematic Facebook users

LNM member Tracii Ryan, with colleagues from the Australian College of Applied Psychology and RMIT University, has a new article relating to Facebook addiction titled Who...

new article in Research Papers In Education

Selena Nemorin and Neil Selwyn have a new article in Research Papers In Education. The paper is titled "Making the best of it? Exploring the realities of 3D printing in school" and comes from LNM's ARC-funded 'discovery' project on schools and technology.

Developing a measure to understand young children’s Internet cognition and cyber-safety awareness: a pilot...

Without an understanding of children’s thinking about the Internet, it is difficult to provide age- and pedagogically appropriate cyber-safety education. This study developed and pilot-tested an interview schedule that focuses on the Internet thinking and cyber-safety awareness of Australian children aged 4–5 years.

A Qualitative Exploration of Facebook Addiction: Working toward Construct Validity

LNM member Tracii Ryan has a new article published relating to Facebook addiction in which she proposes the existence of seven core symptoms of Internet addiction among excessive Facebook users.

‘You Need a System’: Exploring the role of data in the administration of...

LNM has a new article published from the Open Data in Universities project. The paper is titled: 'You Need a System!  Exploring the role...