Upcoming seminar at Oxford University on how my ICT4D work informs my future-focused work

I am giving a seminar this coming week at the School of Education at Oxford University on how my ICT4D research and practitioner work, generally […] The post Upcoming seminar at Oxford University on how my ICT4D work informs my future-focused work appeared first on e-Learning Feeds. Powered by WPeMatico Continue reading Upcoming seminar at Oxford University on how my ICT4D work informs my future-focused work

Critical perspectives on mobilities, mobile technology, and heritage futures: notes from a recent presentation on futures in heritage studies

Jen Ross and I presented the other day at a two day event for AHRC, the first day being critical futures in heritage studies and […] The post Critical perspectives on mobilities, mobile technology, and heritage futures: notes from a recent presentation on futures in heritage studies appeared first on e-Learning Feeds. Powered by WPeMatico Continue reading Critical perspectives on mobilities, mobile technology, and heritage futures: notes from a recent presentation on futures in heritage studies

Anonymity in Mobile Messaging: Criminalization, Luxury, Permission, and Persistent Presentation of Self

Clearly a favorite subject of mine, I am returning yet again to the subject of surveillance and privacy in the digital and attempting, clumsily, to […] The post Anonymity in Mobile Messaging: Criminalization, Luxury, Permission, and Persistent Presentation of Self appeared first on e-Learning Feeds. Powered by WPeMatico Continue reading Anonymity in Mobile Messaging: Criminalization, Luxury, Permission, and Persistent Presentation of Self