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Winters, Niall; Eynon, Rebecca; Geniets, Anne; Robson, James; Kahn, Ken – Learning, Media and Technology, 2020
This paper introduces the concept of digital structural violence and examines the negative role it could have in future learning systems. To address it, we propose a new interdisciplinary research agenda at the intersection of three current but disparate lines of work that: (1) Use the concept of epistemic privilege to theorise the inclusion of…
Descriptors: Educational Technology, Technology Uses in Education, Research Needs, Interdisciplinary Approach
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Selwyn, Neil; Pangrazio, Luci; Nemorin, Selena; Perrotta, Carlo – Learning, Media and Technology, 2020
This article addresses the deliberately speculative question of 'What might the school of 2030 be like?', with a specific focus on the influences of digital technologies. The article adopts the methodological approach of 'social science fiction' to explore the ways in which digital technologies might be used in one Australian high school in 2030…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, High Schools, Educational Trends, Trend Analysis
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Hillman, Thomas; Rensfeldt, Annika Bergviken; Ivarsson, Jonas – Learning, Media and Technology, 2020
Sweden has one of the most marketised and decentralised school systems in the world while also ranking amongst countries with the highest levels of access to technology in classrooms. Considering the increasingly central role that digital platforms play in the practices of schooling, this article speculates on what might happen during the 2020s in…
Descriptors: Administrative Organization, Access to Computers, Foreign Countries, Commercialization
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Sancho-Gil, Juana M.; Rivera-Vargas, Pablo; Miño-Puigcercós, Raquel – Learning, Media and Technology, 2020
The development of Information and Communication Technology has created waves of excitement about its power to fix educational problems and improve learning results, prompting a succession of policy efforts to integrate digital technology into education. Educators, schools and corporations are increasingly driving these initiatives. This article…
Descriptors: Educational Technology, Technology Uses in Education, Educational Improvement, Educational Policy
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Knox, Jeremy; Williamson, Ben; Bayne, Sian – Learning, Media and Technology, 2020
This paper examines visions of 'learning' across humans and machines in a near-future of intensive data analytics. Building upon the concept of 'learnification', practices of 'learning' in emerging big data-driven environments are discussed in two significant ways: the "training" of machines, and the "nudging" of human…
Descriptors: Data Collection, Data Analysis, Artificial Intelligence, Man Machine Systems
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Macgilchrist, Felicitas; Allert, Heidrun; Bruch, Anne – Learning, Media and Technology, 2020
As social science fiction, this paper imagines three possible futures for education and technology. Among the most important technologies emerging today are data-aggregating technologies such as AI, affective computing, adaptive or predictive software, clouds and platforms. The paper is not, however, directed at specific technologies, but at…
Descriptors: Educational Technology, Educational Trends, Trend Analysis, Futures (of Society)
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Ferreira, Giselle Martins dos Santos; Rosado, Luiz Alexandre da Silva; Lemgruber, Márcio Silveira; Carvalho, Jaciara de Sá – Learning, Media and Technology, 2020
This article discusses issues concerning the spread of data-driven educational technologies in Brazil. Here, as elsewhere, educational technology continues to be promoted optimistically as the bearer of a panacea for historically-rooted social problems. Whilst some of these technologies have indeed contributed to important widening-participation…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Educational Technology, Technology Uses in Education, Innovation
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Webb, P. Taylor; Sellar, Sam; Gulson, Kalervo N. – Learning, Media and Technology, 2020
The use of data to govern education is increasingly supported by the use of knowledge-based technologies, including algorithms, artificial intelligence (AI), and tracking technologies [Fenwick, T., E. Mangez, and J. Ozga. 2014. "Governing Knowledge: Comparison, Knowledge-Based Technologies and Expertise in the Regulation of Education."…
Descriptors: Data Use, Artificial Intelligence, Educational Trends, Futures (of Society)
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McStay, Andrew – Learning, Media and Technology, 2020
Education Technology (EdTech) companies are deploying emotional AI to quantify social and emotional learning. Focusing on facial coding emotional AI that uses computer vision and algorithms to see, recognise, categorise and learn about facial expressions of emotion, this paper evaluates nascent usage of these technologies in education. To do this,…
Descriptors: Educational Technology, Artificial Intelligence, Affective Behavior, Nonverbal Communication
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Berendt, Bettina; Littlejohn, Allison; Blakemore, Mike – Learning, Media and Technology, 2020
This article examines benefits and risks of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in education in relation to fundamental human rights. The article is based on an EU scoping study [Berendt, B., A. Littlejohn, P. Kern, P. Mitros, X. Shacklock, and M. Blakemore. 2017. "Big Data for Monitoring Educational Systems." Luxembourg: Publications Office of…
Descriptors: Artificial Intelligence, Civil Rights, Freedom, Student Rights
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Perrotta, Carlo; Selwyn, Neil – Learning, Media and Technology, 2020
In Applied AI, or 'machine learning', methods such as neural networks are used to train computers to perform tasks without human intervention. In this article, we question the applicability of these methods to education. In particular, we consider a case of recent attempts from data scientists to add AI elements to a handful of online learning…
Descriptors: Artificial Intelligence, Intelligent Tutoring Systems, Teaching Methods, Online Courses
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Knox, Jeremy – Learning, Media and Technology, 2020
This paper examines the political economy of artificial intelligence (AI) and education in China, through an analysis of government policy and private sector enterprise. While media and policy discourse often portray China's AI development in terms of a unified national strategy, and a burgeoning geopolitical contestation for future global…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Artificial Intelligence, Educational Technology, Technology Uses in Education
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Dixon-Román, Ezekiel; Nichols, T. Philip; Nyame-Mensah, Ama – Learning, Media and Technology, 2020
In this article, we examine the sociopolitical implications of AI technologies as they are integrated into writing instruction and assessment. Drawing from new materialist and Black feminist thought, we consider how learning analytics platforms for writing are animated by and through entanglements of algorithmic reasoning, state standards and…
Descriptors: Racial Bias, Artificial Intelligence, Educational Technology, Writing Instruction
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Jordan, Katy – Learning, Media and Technology, 2020
The rise of social media and its permeation into all aspects of social life has in turn led to its adoption and use by academics in their professional lives. Social media, and social networking sites in particular, require profiles and cultivation of an online identity. An individual may use a range of online platforms, and existing models of…
Descriptors: Identification (Psychology), Professional Identity, Social Media, Models
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Alirezabeigi, Samira; Masschelein, Jan; Decuypere, Mathias – Learning, Media and Technology, 2020
As personal digital devices have become increasingly embedded in schools, what they do tends to silently fall into the background and generally be taken for granted. In order to scrutinize the silent doings of digital devices, this paper explores how attending to breakdowns as a methodological heuristic device can be an insightful entry point to…
Descriptors: Educational Technology, Technology Uses in Education, Ownership, Handheld Devices
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