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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
Michael Henderson, Michael Phillips
This article was featured in recent media and has now been published by the Australasian Journal of Educational Technology. In this article we investigate an alternative to text-based assessment feedback in the form of individualised video recordings of the lecturer discussing each assignment. The positive findings suggest that this approach is sustainable, reduces ambiguity, and increases student satisfaction. ... Read more
We are pleased to announce a new project on Cybersafety in early childhood education has been funded by the auDA foundation. The lead investigators include LNM Fellow A/Prof Susan Edwards from ACU and LNM Member Michael Henderson from Monash. The team also includes Professors Helen Skouteris and Andrea Nolan from Deakin University. ... Read more
We are pleased to announce the first publication from LNM's current OLT-funded project on uses of digital technology in universities - "What works and why? Student perceptions of ‘useful’ digital technology in university teaching and learning". ... Read more
LNM congratulates Associate Professor Phillip Dawson who will be the new Associate Director of the Centre for Research in Assessment and Digital Learning (CRADLE) at Deakin University. ... Read more
Our recent work on video-based assessment has been making the news over the past couple of weeks. Work by LNM members Michael Henderson and Mike Phillips was featured in an article in The Australian newspaper on January 14. ... Read more