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Book

Is Technology Good For Education?

Neil Selwyn's new book 'Is Technology Good For Education' has been published by Polity Press. The book casts a critical eye over some of the recent developments in digital education - including personalised learning, data and analytics, and the rise of ed-tech in Silicon Valley.

Teaching and Digital Technologies: Big Issues and Critical Questions

This new book from Cambridge University Press, edited by LNM members Michael Henderson and Geoff Romeo offers a critical perspective on digital technologies in teaching. The book includes 26 chapters from notable authors dealing with a broad range of issues including myths, policy, professional learning, affordances and curriculum.

Critical Perspectives on Technology and Education

Year of publication: 2015 The LNM research group is proud to announce the forthcoming publication of 'Critical Perspectives on Technology & Education'. Due to be published...

Digital technology and the contemporary university: degrees of digitization

Author(s): Neil Selwyn Year of publication: 2014 Neil Selwyn's latest book on digital technology and higher education is now out - published by Routledge in paperback. 'Digital...

Distrusting Educational Technology: critical questions for changing times

Author(s): Neil Selwyn Year of publication: 2014 Neil Selwyn's new book - 'Distrusting Educational Technology' - is now out. The book offers a riposte to the over-optimistic...

The Politics of Education and Technology

Author(s): Neil Selwyn Year of publication: 2013 Neil Selwyn has a new book (edited with Keri Facer from the University of Bristol) titled ‘The Politics of Education...

Education in a digital world: global perspectives on technology and education

Author(s): Neil Selwyn Year of publication: 2012 Neil Selwyn's new book 'Education in a digital world: global perspectives on technology and education' has just been published by Routledge. The...

Disrupting Pedagogies in the Knowledge Society: Countering Conservative Norms with Creative Approaches

Author(s): Julie Faulkner Year of publication: 2011 Although classrooms are thought of as places where skills are learned and knowledge gained, they are also defined by norms...

The Multiplicities of Internet Addiction

Author(s): Nicola F. Johnson Year of publication: 2009 Overuse of the internet is often characterised as problematic, disruptive, or addictive, with stories frequently claiming that online use interferes...