Current WritingAs happens, sometimes the writing misses deadlines1, which is the case for stuff marked with a DNHYB2. It may well resurface in another space/place.
2013Rowan, L and Bigum C, (draft here). Rethinking Educational Technology3. In Bulfin, S., & Johnson, N. (Eds.). (2013). Killer apps: Critical perspectives on technology and education. Abstract
Rowan, L & Bigum, C (in preparation). What’s so educational about educational technology: programming the interactive, online academic. This paper is an ANT-informed take on teaching online in Australian universities.
Bigum, C. (in preparation). Teaching university students to do things machines are not good at: dilemmas of teaching in a petabyte age. Paper for a special theme issue of the International Journal of Pedagogies and Learning: Quality Pedagogies for Quality Learning in Contemporary Higher Education: Debates, Innovations, Opportunities, L. Rowan (ed.). Abstract
Bigum, C., & Rowan, L. (in preparation). Learning from the edges: educational disadvantage, digital technologies and disruptive innovations. In N. Selwyn & K. Facer (Eds.), The politics of education and technology: conflicts, controversies and connections: Publisher in negotiation.Abstract