What is the benefit of educational technology to students and society? Neil Selwyn, Professor of Education at Monash University (Australia) and editor of the journal Learning, Media and Technology explores this question in the book Distrusting Educational Technology: Critical Questions for Changing Times. The book examines values, agendas and interests embedded in educational technologies and explores how educators can use digital technology to decrease social inequality and exclusion. We invite you to participate in critical reflective dialogue on the role of technology in education, and implications for how we could effectively use educational technology to promote student learning.
The book group will meet for three sessions from 3 to 4:30 on the following dates:
Note: This book is available online through Temple libraries.