David Buckingham is Professor of Education at the Institute of Education, London University where he directs the Centre for the Study of Children, Youth and Media.
1. SELLING TECHNOLOGY SOLUTIONS.
The Marketing of Educational Technology.
2. MAKING TECHNOLOGY POLICY.
ICTs and the New Discourses of Learning.
Constructing Childhood, Learning and Technology.
4. WAITING FOR THE REVOLUTION.
The Unfulfilled Promise of Technological Change.
5. DIGITAL CHILDHOODS?.
New Media and Children's Culture.
6. PLAYING TO LEARN?.
Rethinking the Educational Potential of Computer Games.
7. THAT’S EDUTAINMENT.
Digital Media and Learning in the Home.
8. DIGITAL MEDIA LITERACIES.
An Alternative Approach to Technology in Education.
9. SCHOOL'S OUT?.
The Future of Schooling in the Age of Digital Media.