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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

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Hack/ prank/ fail:

what YouTube can tell us about students, schools and computers

The LNM Research group will be well represented at the forthcoming British Education Research Association annual conference in London (23rd - 25th September). ... Read more
Congratulations to LNM member Scott Bulfin and LNM fellow Phillip Dawson, both of whom have been promoted to Senior Lecturer in the latest round of academic promotions at Monash. ... Read more
Journal article
Luci Pangrazio
Luci Pangrazio has a new article in the journal Discourse: Studies in the Cultural Politics of Education. ... Read more
Journal article
Neil Selwyn has a new article (written with Keri Facer) published in the Oxford Review of Education. ... Read more
Michael Henderson, Nicola F. Johnson, Glenn Auld, Phillip Dawson
Social media are increasingly used as components of educational research, from recruitment to observation and interaction with participants. However, there are ethical challenges when researching with social media including those related to: consent, traceability, working with children and young people, illicit activity, anonymity, ethical obliviousness, obscurity and concern about future privacy-invasive technologies. ... Read more