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Free paper (2018) – Personalisation in educational technology: the absence of underlying pedagogies

Antonio Bartolomé, Linda Castañeda and Jordi Adell International Journal of Educational Technology in Higher Education201815:14 https://doi.org/10.1186/s41239-018-0095-0 ©  The Author(s) 2018 Received: 8 August 2017 Accepted: 30 January 2018 Published: 2 April 2018 Abstract Personalization is one of the recurring themes in education and has occupied a large amount of specialised literature, since its appearance in the 1960s. A systematic exploration of the literature of the last 55 years (1960–2015) is… Continue reading Free paper (2018) – Personalisation in educational technology: the absence of underlying pedagogies

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Free paper (2018) – Reclaiming education: ‘fake news’, research and social justice

“It feels like a sign of the times that, in 2017, dictionary publisher Collins named the term ‘fake news’ word of the year. Education has not been immune from its own forms of  ‘fake news’  Of course, there are policies that are well informed, drawing evidence from research, policy and practice to offer high-quality frameworks to guide educational… Continue reading Free paper (2018) – Reclaiming education: ‘fake news’, research and social justice

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Free paper (2018) – Technology and the Good Society

One of the great ongoing debates of the 21st century is whether technology—broadly construed—has proven itself to be on balance beneficial or detrimental to, among other aspects, the moral dimensions of civil society. Technology permeates all aspects of modern life, transforming the way we live, communicate, interact, and work. Does it foster or detract from a good society?… Continue reading Free paper (2018) – Technology and the Good Society

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Free Paper: Education, globalisation and the ‘voice of knowledge ’ Michael Young

Education, globalisation and the ‘voice of knowledge’ – Michael Young Institute of Education, University of London and University of Bath Introduction This paper starts from a problem that is perhaps better expressed as a contradiction. On the one hand ‘Knowledge’ has undoubtedly become the major organizing category in the educational policies of international organisations and… Continue reading Free Paper: Education, globalisation and the ‘voice of knowledge ’ Michael Young