Journal Article

Journal Article

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...

Digital downsides: exploring university students’ negative engagements with digital technology

Neil Selwyn has a new article in the Taylor & Francis journal Teaching in Higher Education, titled: "Digital downsides: exploring university students’ negative engagements...

Processes of practice and identity shaping teachers’ TPACK enactment in a community of practice

Mike Phillips has a new paper in Education and Information Technologies - the Official Journal of the IFIP Technical Committee on Education. This article...

What’s used and what’s useful? Exploring digital technology use(s) among taught postgraduate students

LNM has a new paper in Active Learning in Higher Education, titled: "What’s used and what’s useful? Exploring digital technology use(s) among taught postgraduate students". The paper derives from LNM's recent OLT funded project on digital technology use in universities. The paper reports on survey data from students on postgraduate taught courses, exploring how these students engage with during their studies, what these technologies are used for and how useful they are perceived to be.

The frustrations of digital fabrication: an auto/ethnographic exploration of ‘3D Making’ in school

LNM member Selena Nemorin has a new article in the International Journal of Technology and Design Education in which she highlights three key issues that have been marginalised to date in discussions of Making in schools: (1) lack of pragmatic engagement, (2) affective labour of failing; and (3) mediated alienation.

Students’ perceptions of school as a context for digital technology use

Another article from LNM's ARC funded 'Discovery Project' on schools and digital technology has just been published in Educational Studies. The article - titled...

Exploring provocation as a research method in the social sciences

Luci Pangrazio has a new article in International Journal of Social Research Methodology titled 'Exploring provocation as a research method in the social sciences'.

The possibilities and limitations of applying ‘open data’ principles in schools

A new article from an LNM project funded by the Spencer Foundation has just been published in the Cambridge Journal of Education, titled "The possibilities and limitations of applying ‘open data’ principles in schools". The article details the development of open data applications within secondary school settings using critical participatory design methods. The results of this work offer valuable pointers to limitations of school use of digital data - not least in terms of data quality, data literacy and general organizational 'fit'.