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New article: Automation, APIs and the distributed labour of platform pedagogies in Google Classroom

Carlo Perrotta’s new article takes a critical look at the dominant role of Google Classroom as an ‘infrastructure for pedagogy’. The article,...

Post-pandemic priorities … learning EdTech lessons from COVID-19

The ongoing coronavirus pandemic has thrown digital technology and education into the spotlight. Now, some people are beginning to start thinking beyond the current upheavals, and consider the post-pandemic implications for education. Here are five initial guesses at how our approaches to education and technology might change …

New DER seminar in partnership with the Faculty of IT

Making SENse of teacher agency with Social and Epistemic Network analysis 6th February 2020 at 2pm >>> Room:...

Empowering learners with personalised learning approaches? Agency, equity and transparency in the context of...

New research published in Assessment and Evaluation in Higher Education from Dr Yi-Shan Tsai (University of Edinburgh), in collaboration with DER members...

DER’s response to proposed changes in the Victorian EAL Curriculum

This response was prepared by Dr. Katrina Tour @katrina_tour on behalf of the Digital Education Research (DER) group @ Monash -...

Joint DER/Faculty of IT seminar on ethics and transparency in Learning Analytics

For the first time, DER and FIT organise a joint seminar on the theme of ethics and transparency in Learning Analytics:

New DER Seminar on 22nd August 2019: Digital Sociologies

UPDATE 6/8/2019 - Unfortunately Deana Leahy won't be with us on August the 22nd. However, our own amazing Neil Selwyn stepped...

Neil Selwyn to talk about the past and the future of Ed-Tech (Melbourne, 4th...

If you can't be in London on Friday May 10th to see Neil Selwyn's talk 'a brief history of edtech (1989-2049)', don't fret! Neil...

The teacher as social media celebrity … the downsides of being ‘edu-famous’?

Neil Selwyn comments on the growing prominence of teachers achieving social media 'celebrity' status ... 

Robots in the classroom: an interview with Dr. Sofia Serholt

Listen to Neil Selwyn’s interview with Dr. Sofia Serholt (Chalmers University, Sweden) about her research on the use of humanoid robots in the classroom.