Journal Article

Journal Article

Education, technology and the sociological imagination

Neil Selwyn has a new article published in Learning Media & Technology exploring the the relevance of C. Wright Mills’ seminal book ‘The Sociological...

Students’ everyday engagement with digital technology in university: exploring patterns of use and ‘usefulness’

This new paper considers the digital devices and resources that university students engage most frequently with during their studies, what these technologies are being used for, and perceptions of ‘usefulness’ attached to these uses.

Minding our language: why education and technology is full of bullshit … and what might be...

Neil Selwyn has a new article in Learning, Media & Technology challenging the language used to describe education and technology.

Exploring the role of digital data in contemporary schools and schooling

Neil Selwyn, Michael Henderson, and Shu Chao explore the different forms of digitally-based 'data work' engaged by various school stake holders.

Internet addiction? Temporality and life online in the networked society

Author(s): Nicola F. Johnson Helen Keane Year of publication: 2015 With Dr Helen Keane, School of Sociology, ANU, Nicola F. Johnson has published a new article in Time & Society. Recent...

What works and why? Student perceptions of ‘useful’ digital technology in university teaching and...

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?...

Video-based feedback on student assessment: scarily personal

Michael Henderson and Michael Phillips have released their research about multimodal assessment feedback. Abstract: Assessment feedback is an important part of students’ learning experiences;...

Massive Open Online Change? Exploring the Discursive Construction of the ‘MOOC’ in Newspapers

Scott Bulfin, Luci Pangrazio and Neil Selwyn have a new paper in Higher Education Quarterly. The paper comes from LNM's recent project (funded under...

Data entry: towards the critical study of digital data and education

Author(s): Neil Selwyn Date of publication: 2015 Neil Selwyn has a new article in the first issue of Learning, Media & Technology for 2015 on the growing significance...

Making ‘MOOCs’: The construction of a new digital higher education within news media discourse

Author(s): Scott Bulfin Luci Pangrazio Year of publication: 2014 LNM researchers have a new article published in the International Review of Research in Open & Distance Learning (IRRODL). Led...