DER is part of a consortium of research groups from the UK, Germany, Sweden, Brazil, Spain and Australia that has just produced a brief ‘manifesto’ outlining six substantial digital challenges that education will need to address over the 2020s. These issues include:
* New forms of digital in/exclusion
* Platform economics in an age of artificial intelligence
* ‘Divisions of learning’ across humans and machines
* IT industry actors as a leading educational force
* Reimaging forms of EdTech suitable for an age of climate change.
* Finding alternatives: solidary economies, convivial technology, respectful design
To find out more, the full article is published by Taylor & Francis and can be accessed here for free.