The crisis and the response: after the dust had settled

Traxler, J. and Lally, V. (2016) The crisis and the response: after the dust had settled. Interactive Learning Environments, 24(5), pp. 1016-1024. (doi:10.1080/10494820.2015.1128216)

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The focus for the group was clear – it was global. Space, time, resources and chance have, however, limited the topics and the treatments they received, and so in this paper we ask: what slipped through the net, what fell between the cracks, and what alternatives were there? We also look at some topics that received only oblique or partial attention, and some that received none at all. These include the separation of online educators’ personal, professional and political ethics; alternative responses from outside the discourses of the North and West; the threat to marginal communities and indigenous cultures from the success of learning with mobiles; the particular role of mobiles within the industrialisation of higher education, and the notion of crisis itself.

Item Type:Articles
Glasgow Author(s) Enlighten ID:Lally, Professor Victor
Authors: Traxler, J., and Lally, V.
College/School:College of Social Sciences > School of Education > Interdisciplinary Science Education Technologies and Learning
Journal Name:Interactive Learning Environments
Publisher:Taylor and Francis
ISSN (Online):1744-5191
Published Online:15 February 2016

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