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Anupam, Aditya – Learning, Media and Technology, 2022
In this paper, I ask: 'Can digital games support the learning of scientific inquiry as a situated practice? If so, how?' To approach this question, I draw upon feminist, STS, and pragmatist scholarship to develop a framework that can be used to analyze how a learning environment has been designed to teach scientific inquiry, as well as how it can…
Descriptors: Computer Games, Educational Games, Science Instruction, Instructional Design
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Fox, Kim; Ebada, Yasmeen – Learning, Media and Technology, 2022
The objective of the research study was to explore how young female podcasters in Egypt acquire feminist knowledge, how their feminist identity has been shaped and, specifically, how podcasts were used for digital feminism. With audio production genres and feminist epistemology frameworks, our analysis shows how podcasts were knowingly utilized as…
Descriptors: Females, Audio Equipment, Feminism, Epistemology
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Richterich, Annika – Learning, Media and Technology, 2022
Hackerspaces are physical community spaces where technology enthusiasts meet. Despite the term 'hacking' being widely associated with cybercrime, hackerspaces are not only perfectly legal but resourceful, skilled communities: members cultivate digital expertise and technological craftsmanship in experiential learning practices. While the…
Descriptors: Communities of Practice, Computer Uses in Education, Experiential Learning, Social Discrimination
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Arastoopour Irgens, Golnaz – Learning, Media and Technology, 2022
Online spaces have the capacity to be powerful informal learning and identity development spaces for marginalized communities. However, there is still much work to be done to uncover these complex social identities using ethical big data analyses. In this study, I draw on the theory of Knowledgeable Agents of the Digital, data feminism, and…
Descriptors: Social Media, Feminism, African Americans, Females
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Ortmann, Cecilia – Learning, Media and Technology, 2022
The article seeks to provide new perspectives on the gender gap that characterizes free software, from the review of a series of experiences that have been taking place in Argentina in recent years, which aim at building bridges between free software and feminism. The empirical corpus selected for this work is built upon a series of interviews…
Descriptors: Activism, Feminism, Teaching Methods, Computer Software
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Prutzer, Edward – Learning, Media and Technology, 2022
This article conceptualizes how democratized modes of participation in spatial knowledge production via open source mapping platforms translate into educational praxis, detailing educational projects in the Global South using them. To do so, the article gathers findings from a critical discourse analysis of forum articles which discuss grassroots…
Descriptors: Maps, Females, Feminism, Global Approach
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Zakharova, Irina; Jarke, Juliane – Learning, Media and Technology, 2022
Schools, teaching, and learning environments have long been understood and idealised as places of care. Within feminist studies and Science and Technology Studies (STS), scholars have proposed a shift to include non-humans in what we propose to conceive as care arrangements. Drawing on Tronto's feminist ethics of care [1993. "Moral…
Descriptors: Educational Technology, Caring, Foreign Countries, Information Systems
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Della Bianca, Laetitia – Learning, Media and Technology, 2022
This paper focuses on the relationships among education, self-tracking technologies, and body practices, addressing an ongoing debate about the 'disciplinary versus empowering' role of health tracking technologies in teaching people how to live. Using a Feminist Science and Technology Studies approach (FSTS), it inquires into the understandings…
Descriptors: Telecommunications, Handheld Devices, Human Body, Pregnancy
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Beetham, Helen; Drumm, Louise; Bell, Frances; Mycroft, Lou; Forsythe, Giulia – Learning, Media and Technology, 2022
The inequities rooted in our education systems and wider societies have been thrown into relief by responses to the COVID-19 pandemic. This paper presents four situational studies of the FemEdTech network, asking how we characterise activities of the network, what they tell us about the nature of diffuse, convivial networks, and what opportunities…
Descriptors: Activism, Equal Education, Feminism, Educational Technology
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Rode, Jennifer; Kennedy, Eileen; Littlejohn, Allison – Learning, Media and Technology, 2022
The rapid transition to online teaching in response to Covid-19 presented unprecedented challenges for academic communities. Staff had vastly different experiences of engaging with technology, and these experiences are shaped by factors including gender, (dis)ability, socio-economic resources and caring responsibilities. We report findings from an…
Descriptors: COVID-19, Pandemics, Higher Education, Online Courses
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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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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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