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Wicked Problems and Wicked Designs

in Education and Technology

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Ethics in social media research:

Do we know what we are doing?

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Silicon Valley goes to school:

Californian capitalism and the ‘disruption’ of public education

Journal article
Neil Selwyn has a new article in the first issue of Learning, Media & Technology for 2015 on the growing significance of digital data in contemporary education settings. ... Read more
Selena Nemorin has a new piece published through the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives on the implications of the 'Elf on the Shelf' range of toys - especially parents' reactions th ... Read more
Neil Selwyn was one of three invited international speakers at the launch of the BBVA Foundation's 'Cambio' book on the internet and societal change. ... Read more
Question: When is a MOOC not a MOOC?  Answer:  When its a SPOC.   LNM's Phillip Dawson has written an explanation of the 'small private online course' for Th ... Read more
Book Chapter
Nicola F. Johnson has a book chapter published in the edited collection entitled, The Internet and the Google Age: Prospects and Perils. ... Read more