Michael Gallagher: mLearning and eLearning in the Humanities

This site discusses trends in elearning and mobile learning, along with posts explicitly discussing the effects of those trends on the learning practices of students and instructional practices of teachers. Much of it revolves around my research on the growing trends towards motion and mobility as made evident in the learning practices of students. The site focuses quite a bit on the UK/EU and Asian perspectives, as that is where much of my research is focused. I also post on practical ways in which teachers can make use of the technology and applications available to them. There is considerable discussion on open learning, OERs, MOOCs, etc and the new literacies and pedagogies that can be used to maximize the impact of these new educational developments.

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Posts by Michael Gallagher: mLearning and eLearning in the Humanities

Research Focus and New Papers: mobility and the distribution of agency in assemblages of connectivity

In between terms seems like a natural enough time to pause for a bit and refine my research focus for the next few years. I […]

Near Future Teaching Themes and Values for the Future of Digital Education: “we’re not a unicorn tech start-up…We are a university.”

A post shared by Michael Gallagher (@mseangallagher) on Jun 1, 2018 at 12:51am PDT I haven’t been writing all that much here but that doesn’t […]

Slides from seminar on digital education in development contexts

My slides from yesterday’s seminar at the Centre for Research in Digital Education at the University of Edinburgh on digital education in development contexts.  […]

Slides from recent Networked Learning Conference presentation in Zagreb

I am currently basking in the light of a Dalmatian coastal city and thought I should post these slides lest I forget. I recently presented […]

Surfacing Local Practice, Placelessness, And Digital Education

This was originally posted at Panoply Digital. I try to let my ICT4D work feed into my academic work and vice versa and this is […]

AI in ICT4D: Accumulated Advantage, Data Driven Bias, Invisibility, and Ethical Care

Photo by Andy Kelly on Unsplash Reposting here from Panoply Digital. Optimistic Take With artificial intelligence (and perhaps with all things technological), we as humans […]

Mobile Learning in Distributed Universities: Summary of recent Festival of Creative Learning Event

James Lamb and I recently ran a Festival of Creative Learning workshop at the University of Edinburgh, largely a showcase event for what is possible […]

Call for chapters: Speculative Futures for Artificial Intelligence and Educational Inclusion

Photo by Adrien Milcent on Unsplash Springer Nature – AICFE Future Schools 2030 book series Speculative Futures for Artificial Intelligence and Educational Inclusion: Call for […]

LMT Special Issue feedback: Some thoughts

We recently had some feedback on Twitter from Kate Bowles and Maha Bali about our recent call for papers for a special issue of Learning, […]

Internet of (Campus) Things: summary of a recent Festival of Creative Learning event

As part of the Festival of Creative Learning and feeding into the Near Future Teaching project at the University of Edinburgh, Dr Jeremy Knox of […]

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 […]

Mobile Mentoring in Teacher Training: Ideas, Project, and Further Development

This post was originally published at Panoply Digital. I have been working a bit recently with colleagues in Finland, Nigeria, and Nepal on developing a […]

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