212 pages, 6 x 9
8 Figures, 1 Table
The emerging field of critical digital pedagogy sits at the intersection of critical pedagogy and digital education and considers the opportunities, drawbacks, and complexities of today’s online learning environment. With an eye towards identifying some of the future possibilities in online learning, this collection introduces new concepts to the field such as shared learning and trust, critical consciousness, change, and hope. A passionate reflection about the need to humanize the digital education environment, these essays are sure to spark alternative practices, propel research agendas, and foster future research.
Suzan Koseoglu is an academic developer at the Teaching and Learning Innovation Centre, Goldsmiths, University of London. George Veletsianos is a professor at Royal Roads University and holds a Canada Research Chair in Innovative Learning and Technology. Chris Rowell is a senior digital learning coordinator at the University of Arts, London.
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