Oxford Review of Education

The Oxford Review of Education is one of the UK’s leading international education journals.

It aims to publish important new work in a form that is accessible to a broad educational readership and is committed to deploying the resources of a wide range of academic disciplines in the service of educational scholarship. The Editors welcome articles reporting significant new research as well as contributions of a more analytic or reflective kind.

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The editorial board meets twice a year and takes responsibility for the general development of the journal.

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John Furlong and Ingrid Lunt
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LATEST ISSUE

Volume 43, number 3, April 2017

Special Issue: Putting technology in the hands of learners: perspectives on formal education’s initiatives around one-to-one digital technologies

Editors: Chris Davies, University of Oxford and Cathrine Hasse, Aarhus University

CONTENTS

Introduction: Putting technology in the hands of learners: perspectives on formal education’s initiatives around one-to-one digital technologies Chris Davies

Impact of iPads on break-time in primary schools: a Danish context Theresa Schilhab

Developing personalised education for personal mobile technologies with the pluralisation agenda Natalia Kucirkova and Karen Littleton

Left to their own devices: the everyday realities of ‘one-to-one’ classrooms Neil Selwyn, Selena Nemorin, Scott Bulfin and Nicola F. Johnson

Assessing the educational value of one-to-one devices: have we been asking the right questions? Marte Blikstad-Balas and Chris Davies

Addressing digital inequalities amongst young people: conflicting discourses and complex outcomes Sarah Wilkin, Huw Davies and Rebecca Eynon

Investigating the lived experience of writing and technology Kelsey Finkel

Technological literacy for teachers Cathrine Hasse