Browse Books by Keyword: "Educational Technology"

The K-12 Educational Technology HandbookTeaching with Digital Tools and Apps50 Years of Education Research TrendsWeb Design Basics for EducatorsLearning Management SystemsEdTech in the WildEdTech Landscapes 2020Digital Navigator ToolkitFeminist Critical Digital PedagogyEdTechnicaAn Introduction to Open EducationOnline Tools for Teaching and Learning

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Project Management Competencies of Educational Technology Professionals in Higher Education
Project Management Competencies of Educational Technology Professionals in Higher Education

The purpose of this research is to explore the competencies of project managers in the field of educational technology in the higher education context. A conceptual framework is presented based on the current definition of the field of educational te…

Educational Technology
Educational Technology

Our goal in this chapter is to explore the history of educational technology research by identifying research trends across the past 50 years. We surveyed 20 representative research papers from each decade ranging from 1970 to 2020. We used bibliomet…

The University Cannot Love You
The University Cannot Love You

A recent study of publishing on Covid-19 itself shows a precipitous decline in women’s participation in journal submissions, as does a review of submissions in political science (Dolan & Lawless, 2020; Pinho-Gomes et al., 2020); academic wo…

Agency and Reciprocity in Digital Education
Agency and Reciprocity in Digital Education

In this chapter, I share the lessons I learned while sewing handmade kamiks with my mother-in-law, an Inuvialuk elder. Drawing on the work of Ursula Franklin, I compare the holistic technologies of sewing in communities with the prescriptive technolo…

Immersive Learning Environments: Designing XR into Higher Education
Immersive Learning Environments: Designing XR into Higher Education

The body of research supporting the inclusion of extended reality (XR) into higher education is substantial. However, due to the pandemic and the need to increase virtual presence with remote students and workers, the incorporation of diverse XR opt…

Gab, Parler, and (Mis)educational Technologies: Reconsidering Informal Learning on Social Media Platforms
Gab, Parler, and (Mis)educational Technologies: Reconsidering Informal Learning on Social Media Platforms

“Alternative” social media platforms like Parler and Gab—on which hate speech and conspiracy theories often exist unchecked—present an opportunity for instructional designers and other education professionals to revisit assump…