Another new paper from our ARC-funded research into the datafication of schools ... exploring ‘anticipatory’, ‘analytical’ and ‘administrative’ aspects of how digitally-mediated attendance data is produced, used and imagined by schools.
Carlo Perrotta’s new article takes a critical look at the dominant role of Google Classroom as an ‘infrastructure for pedagogy’. The article,...
The second paper from our ARC funded project on the datafication of schools is now out in the Oxford Review of Education: "The human labour of school data: exploring the production of digital data in schools".
Programming the platform university: Learning analytics and predictive infrastructures in higher education
In this new article, Carlo Perrotta examines the sense making of Learning Analytics developers and the growing reliance on external dependencies and...
The first paper is out from our ARC-funded Discovery project on the coming together of data-driven practices and digital technologies in Australian schools.
Neil Selwyn has a new article in Postdigital Science & Education, where he is interviewed about the changing nature of EdTech during (and after) the COVID pandemic. The article covers a range of areas - making sense of remote schooling, how educational responses to the pandemic have varied around the world, the rise of AI in education, and whether we can be said to be living in 'post-digital' times.
Matthew Fyfield, a PhD student in the Faculty of Education at Monash University, has published a new article in Learning Media & Technology, with...
Neil Selwyn has a new article in the latest issue of The Internet and Higher Education offering a critical perspective on the current forms of Learning Analytics that are beginning to be implemented in higher education contexts.
This new paper in TiHE presents a lengthy conversation between DER's Neil Selwyn and Dragan Gasevic on the pros and cons of education data and learning analytics.
Neil Selwyn & Jesper Aagaard have a new paper out in BJET - "Banning mobile phones from classrooms—An opportunity to advance understandings of technology addiction, distraction and cyberbullying"