Education, Technology and scientific boundaries -
What is it about?
Power relationships between scholars and the structural configurations of academic domains. Reflections of 99 Scholars in Educational technology on the social,theoretical and academic practices.
Why is it important?
To understand those relationships and the tensions between actors.
The following have contributed to this page: Dr Abdulrahman Essa Al Lily, Michael Hammond, Dr. Aderonke A. Oni, Dr Elvis Mazzoni, Dr Hwansoo Lee, Khamsum Kinley, Professor Marco Kalz, Dr. Alev Elçi, Prof. Dr. Süleyman Sadi SEFEROGLU, Luís Pedro, Mayela Coto, Dr Mohd Nihra Haruzuan Mohamad Said, Dr Elaine Khoo, Camilius Sanga, As outdated prof. Raja Zuhair Osaily, Assoc.Prof Martin Ebner, Prof. Ali Simsek, Professor Mahub Ahsan Khan, Dr Salih BARDAKCI, Dr. Laura E Sujo-Montes, Prof Mishack T Gumbo, Ekambaram E Ramganesh, Dr Nafisat A Adedokun-Shittu, Dr Torsten Reiners, Prof Uyanga Sambuu, Dr. Sulushash I. Kerimkulova, Dr Lúcia Pombo, Associate Professor Helen S Farley, Dr Rita Birziņa, Prof Margarida Romero, Mungamuru Nirmala, Mohammed Ali Akour, Sue Gregory, Professor Mike Joy, mohammad santally, Mustafa Jwaifell, David Stoloff, Radim Badosek, Dr António A. Moreira, Antoanela Naaji, and Catarina Player-Koro
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