Our work on criticality, theory and research investigates issues like:
- How can we characterise practices of learning using technology, taking into account that 'learning' is a term describing a range of processes?
- How can we theorise the roles of technology in different forms of educational practice?
- To what extent do academic learning theories influence or diverge from educational practice?
- What does it mean to support 'critical pedagogy' in a connected world and a globalised economy?
- How can we theorise the roles of technology in learning as foregrounding more than the verbal and the written?
- What does it mean for humans to 'collaboratively' learn using technology?
- What do we mean by 'innovation' and 'creativity' in technology enhanced learning?
- How can we theorise the 'visual' and the 'multimodal' in technology enhanced learning, and foreground those issues in research methodology?