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Handbook of Digital Higher Education

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Handbook of Digital Higher Education

9781800888487 Edward Elgar Publishing
Edited by Rhona Sharpe, Professor of Practice, Centre for Teaching and Learning, University of Oxford, UK, Sue Bennett, Professor of Education, Faculty of the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities, University of Wollongong, Australia and Tünde Varga-Atkins, PhD, Centre for Innovation in Education, University of Liverpool, UK
Publication Date: June 2022 ISBN: 978 1 80088 848 7 Extent: c 400 pp
With the Covid-19 pandemic rapidly escalating higher education’s move online, this timely Handbook offers holistic conceptualisations of digital higher education which consider personal, pedagogic, and organisational level change. Key findings from digital education research are aligned with case studies of institutional practices, to consider the current and future role of digital technologies in higher education.

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With the COVID-19 pandemic rapidly escalating higher education’s move online, this timely Handbook presents holistic conceptualisations of digital higher education which consider change at personal, pedagogic, and organisational levels. Key findings from digital education research and case studies of institutional practices consider the current and future roles of digital technologies in higher education.

Examining the changing roles of learning and teaching in digital higher education, the Handbook critiques the current state of the field and considers the impact of digital technologies on the symbiotic relationship between research and practice, pointing to the importance of reflexive professional practice. Through conceptual frameworks and methodologies, chapters demonstrate that researching digital higher education needs to be pluralistic, longitudinal and developmental in order to be rigorous, credible and have impact. The Handbook concludes with a look to future directions of digital higher education, including the key principles of innovation, inclusivity, collaboration and engagement, and sustainability.

This Handbook’s diverse critical approaches to digital change will be invaluable to researchers and students of education policy and organisational innovation. Dealing extensively with how strategic and policy decisions surrounding digital higher education are made, implemented and evaluated, it will also prove useful to institutional leaders and policy makers in higher education.
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Contributors include: Phillip Abramson, Lina Adinolfi, Shirley Agostinho, Shirley Alexander, Alejandro Armellini, Liz Austen, Martine Baars, Matt Bangerter, Paula G. de Barba, Helen Beetham, Liz Bennett, Sue Bennett, Abi Brooker, Linda Castañeda, Matt Chen, Linda Corrin, Simon Cross, Shane Dawson, Björn B. de Koning, Ingrid D’Souza, Muhterem Dindar, Nina Bonderup Dohn, Ulf-Daniel Ehlers, Francesc M. Esteve-Mon, Rebecca Ferguson, Jamie Fulcher, Dragan Gašević, Amanda Gigliotti, Mikkel Godsk, Veronica Halupka, Michael Henderson, Christothea Herodotou, Melissa Highton, Josephine Hook, Craig Horton, Sanna Järvelä, Jennifer Jones, Stella Jones-Devitt, Lucas Kohnke, Kyungmee Lee, Allison Littlejohn, Lori Lockyer, Barbara Macfarlan, Rosie Mackay, Negin Mirriahi, Benjamin Luke Moorhouse, Kristofer Nagy, Rikke Toft Nørgård, Andy Nguyen, Fred Paas, Brenda Cecilia Padilla Rodriguez, Tina Papathoma, Abelardo Pardo, Don Passey, Ana Yara Postigo-Fuentes, Bart Rienties, Ann M Rogerson, Kirsten Schliephake, Rhona Sharpe, Marta Sobocinski, Jacqueline Trebilco, Tünde Varga-Atkins, Thao Vu, Shân Wareing, Freda Wolfenden, Jacqueline Wong, Farshida Zafar

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