Canada Research Chair in Innovative Learning and Technology & Associate Professor at Royal Roads University

Critical perspectives on educational technology literature


Posted on March 17th, by George Veletsianos in sharing. 8 comments

My colleague Joss Winn has created a  Zotero group to collect work that relates to critical studies/critiques of open education:  https://www.zotero.org/groups/151255. If you have anything to add, head over there.

At the same time, if you are interested in broader critical perspectives to educational technology*, you might also look at the critical perspectives on educational technology Mendeley group that we’ve been curating:

Critical perspectives on Educational Technology is a group in Education, Social Sciences on Mendeley.

* As an aside, the collection of these papers is intended to assist individuals in making informed perspectives on the design and implementation of technology in education. The goal is *not* to label educational technology as problematic or  worse than the alternative. Rather, the goal is to encourage individuals to make informed and socially just decisions.





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