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PhD scholarship available – AI & education.

Monash Faculty of Education is offering a 3.5 year PhD scholarship for full-time research at postgraduate level. The award is available to an applicant intending to undertake a PhD with a focus on AI & education.

New Webinar: Positioning the Technologies Curriculum: A Snapshot of Australian Initial Teacher Education Programs

Join us for the first presentation from the Digital Transformation Lab. The Digital Transformation Lab is part of the Digital Education Research...

PhD scholarship available – digital technology & Indigenous education.

We have a 3 yr f/t PhD scholarship for domestic (Aus) applicants wanting to research *any* aspect of digital technology & Indigenous education that they like.

new report for UNESCO ‘Futures of Education’ initiative

Neil Selwyn is the co-author of new full-length report for the UNESCO 'Futures of Education' initiative - laying out some key areas of concern and hope for the development of education and technology throughout the 2020s and beyond.

DER on Radio National

Neil Selwyn is featured on the ABC Radio National show 'Future Tense' talking about his recent study of Australian public attitudes towards artificial intelligence (AI).

Is the Future of Higher Education Inevitably Going to be Digital First?

DER's Neil Selwyn was part of a lively panel discussion as part of Flexible Learning NZ's 'Online & Distance Learning Week' last week. Now available to watch online.

WSJ ‘Future of Everything’ podcast

Neil Selwyn is interviewed as part of the latest 'Future of Everything' podcast from the Wall Street Journal. The episode explores the gradual adoption of artificial intelligence in K-12 schools across the US.

Launch event: Teaching with technologies: Is TPACK still relevant?

The launch of the Digital Transformation Lab occurred on Thursday 5 November 2020. We were thrilled to have two great friends of...

interview with Audrey Watters

listen to DER's Neil Selwyn talk with Audrey Watters about her long career as an EdTech critic, and also her forthcoming book 'Teaching Machines'

‘Manifesto for Teaching Online’ – recording now available to watch

DER's Neil Selwyn will be part of the official launch of the MIT Press book 'The Manifesto for Teaching Online' on Wed September 16th (8pm Melbourne time). Neil will join Manifesto authors Jen Ross, Jeremy Knox and Pete Evans to discuss various issues of surveillance, instrumentalism and 'openness' thrown up by the current mass turn to online teaching.