Journal Article

Journal Article

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'.

Re-contextualising TPACK: exploring teachers’ (non-)use of digital technologies

Michael Phillips has recently has had an article published in Technology,Pedagogy and Education. This work builds on his critical perspective of technological, pedagogical and content...

Special issue on ‘Social Media and Education’

Neil Selwyn is guest editor of a new special issue of Learning, Media and Technology on the theme of 'Social media and education'. The issue contains nine articles from scholars from the UK, US, Australia, South Africa, Denmark, the Netherlands and Sweden. Topics include Facebook groups, teenage Twitter use, connected learning, self-regulated learning and much more.

Exploring school regulation of students’ technology use – rules that are made to be...

We are pleased to announce one of the first articles from our ongoing ARC Discovery project on schools and digital technology. The article, "Exploring...

Students’ use of Wikipedia as an academic resource — Patterns of use and perceptions...

Neil Selwyn has a new article (co-authored with Stephen Gorard from Durham University) in Internet and Higher Education titled 'Students' use of Wikipedia as an academic resource — Patterns of use and perceptions of usefulness'.

Education, technology and the sociological imagination

Neil Selwyn has a new article published in Learning Media & Technology exploring the the relevance of C. Wright Mills’ seminal book ‘The Sociological...

Students’ everyday engagement with digital technology in university: exploring patterns of use and ‘usefulness’

This new paper considers the digital devices and resources that university students engage most frequently with during their studies, what these technologies are being used for, and perceptions of ‘usefulness’ attached to these uses.

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.