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An, Tao; Oliver, Martin – Learning, Media and Technology, 2021
Technology has been an important influence on the development of education. However, very little research in Educational Technology considers this history, and even less questions it. In this paper, we argue that our understanding of educational technology should be informed by the philosophy of technology -- a field that has attempted to explore…
Descriptors: Educational Technology, Man Machine Systems, Influence of Technology, Educational Philosophy
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Ramiel, Hemy – Learning, Media and Technology, 2021
This article analyzes the intersection between neo-liberal educational reforms and educational technology in the Israeli education system, through a study of the policy work of an edtech research and development unit in Israel named MindCET, which operates a startup accelerator and other activities and programs. Based on ethnographic research from…
Descriptors: Educational Technology, Neoliberalism, Educational Change, Correlation
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Fyfield, Matthew; Henderson, Michael; Phillips, Michael – Learning, Media and Technology, 2021
"YouTube" hosts a vast catalogue of instructional videos that are increasingly used in formal education contexts. Teachers regularly use "YouTube" to select videos for students, but the processes they use to select these resources have been understudied. This study explores how teachers search for videos, and the role of…
Descriptors: Video Technology, Web 2.0 Technologies, Information Sources, Online Searching
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Gallagher, Michael; Breines, Markus – Learning, Media and Technology, 2021
Automation is becoming increasingly common in higher education. This is generally posed around accepting large number of students while seeking to keep faculty numbers static and casualising an already fragmented academic labour market. Much of this automation is positioned around perceived gains (efficiency, time, cost) and learning…
Descriptors: Higher Education, Automation, Educational Technology, Technology Uses in Education
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Ideland, Malin – Learning, Media and Technology, 2021
This article analyzes how a figuration of the teacher is made up within an ed-tech discourse and how it organizes how we think of teaching. It departs from an interview study with 25 'edupreneurs' selling hardware, software, and/or professional development regarding digital tools to Swedish schools. The analysis illuminates how the 'desired…
Descriptors: Teacher Role, Educational Technology, Foreign Countries, Teacher Responsibility
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Cherner, Todd; Mitchell, Chyrstine – Learning, Media and Technology, 2021
Several theoretical frameworks have been released in recent years to inform how educational technology (edtech) can be used in the classroom. These frameworks range from providing a holistic view of the role edtech plays in education at a macrolevel to analyzing how edtech is used by students and teachers. With a growing number of them now…
Descriptors: Educational Technology, Media Literacy, Technological Literacy, Pedagogical Content Knowledge
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van de Oudeweetering, Karmijn; Decuypere, Mathias – Learning, Media and Technology, 2021
Captured under the umbrella term Open Education, a wide range of educational initiatives has been popping up in the educational landscape. This study aims to offer empirical ground for understanding how Open Education introduces new forms of education. It does so by focusing on one initiative, namely the Interactive Open Online Courses included in…
Descriptors: Open Education, Online Courses, Educational Technology, Technology Uses in Education
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Tshuma, Nompilo – Learning, Media and Technology, 2021
This article reflects on the tensions I encountered as an insider researcher during a qualitative study exploring academics' integration of educational technology in a South African higher education institution. While critical qualitative approaches acknowledge research participants' vulnerability to the researcher's interpretation and…
Descriptors: Educational Technology, Technology Integration, Educational Researchers, Doctoral Students
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Stickel, Tabitha; Prins, Esther; Kaiper-Marquez, Anna – Learning, Media and Technology, 2021
In response to rising parental incarceration rates, some correctional facilities now offer family literacy and read-aloud programmes to strengthen parent-child bonds. However, the technologies used in these programmes -- including older technologies such as audio and video recordings -- have received little attention. Parents in the Read to Your…
Descriptors: Fathers, Family Programs, Institutionalized Persons, Correctional Institutions
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Kahn, Jennifer; Jiang, Shiyan – Learning, Media and Technology, 2021
We present a micro-analysis of youth interactions with large complex, socioeconomic datasets and data visualization tools. Middle and high school youth used georeferenced data and data visualization tools to assemble models that present their family migration histories in relation to larger socioeconomic trends in a summer program. Using…
Descriptors: Visualization, Data Use, Data Interpretation, Decision Making
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Houlden, Shandell; Veletsianos, George – Learning, Media and Technology, 2021
Through analysis of the relationship between neoliberalism, learner subjectivity, and flexible education, this paper examines the freedom said to be enabled by flexible education. It asks: What is the nature of such freedom, who does it make free, and in what ways? While flexible education is often framed to be liberatory in nature, especially…
Descriptors: Neoliberalism, Freedom, Educational Change, Distance Education
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Dishon, Gideon – Learning, Media and Technology, 2021
The past 40 years have been characterized by an ongoing shift in the rationale underlying the use of educational technologies -- an earlier emphasis on efficiency and engagement has been overshadowed by a vision centered on educational technologies' capacity to facilitate authentic learning in the inauthentic school context. However, despite its…
Descriptors: Educational Technology, Authentic Learning, Progressive Education, Constructivism (Learning)
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Jimenez, Carlos; Clark, Lynn Schofield; Kennedy, Heather; Nisle, Stephanie; Engle, Corey; Matyasic, Savahanna; Anyon, Yolanda – Learning, Media and Technology, 2021
Scholarship on youth digital media literacy programs has focused on how adults practice restraint as a means of allowing young people to exercise agency in decision-making experiences. Yet youth also practice restraint, as we found in a digital storytelling program involving 16 early adolescents (ages 11-14) from economically precarious…
Descriptors: Media Literacy, Technological Literacy, Personal Autonomy, Decision Making
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Mertala, Pekka – Learning, Media and Technology, 2021
This position paper contributes to the field of critical educational technology (Ed-Tech) research by providing empirical evidence for the qualities of the phenomenon known as Ed-Tech speak. The research question, how does Ed-Tech speak in research articles about Apple's iPad contribute to promoting and validating the importance and utility of the…
Descriptors: Telecommunications, Handheld Devices, Educational Technology, Technology Uses in Education
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Matthews, Adam – Learning, Media and Technology, 2021
Technology has dominated discourse on the future university and how digital technologies disrupting wider societal activities can be leveraged in higher education. To gain an insight into UK institutional perspective on technology adoption in teaching and learning and visions for the future, two corpora of text are analysed: Teaching Excellence…
Descriptors: Technology Uses in Education, Educational Trends, Futures (of Society), Discourse Analysis
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