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Humanising Online Pedagogy: technology, attention and education

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In a world where higher education institutions are seeking opportunities to offer courses to a global market of ‘online learners,’ a commitment to the physical habitat of education might seem obsolete or anachronistic. Yet many educators speak for the uncanny quality of physical presence; that being physically face to face with students has a singular, irreducible pedagogical power. This raises a question: is the interest in online education really pedagogical? Although I argue that the move to e-learning is founded primarily on economic rather than pedagogical concerns, I want to get beyond the dichotomy that sees e-learning either as a panacea for educational limitations, or the erosion of the substantive educational encounter. I will argue for an ambivalent philosophy of technology that can make us more attentive to the appropriate place of technology in education.

This talk is part of the Pedagogy, Language, Arts & Culture in Education (PLACE) Group Seminars series.

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