Without further ado, here is the author’s presentation (with subtitles in Portuguese):
Although Richard’s discussion addresses Higher Education in the ‘global North’, in particular, in the UK, readers should be able to notice – reading also Raquel Goulart Barreto‘s ‘Objects as subject: the radical displacement’, that there are several points of contact between Richard’s concerns and questions confronting us in Brazil (and, assumedly, in many other places). In particular: questions concerning teaching associated with market logics and technocractic views of Education and Technology) represented in the types of instructionist Educational Technology that predominate in the “market”). There is a great deal to think about here, a lot of work to be done.
The author keeps the blog Richard Hall’s Space, recommended to anyone interested in questions related to the presence of technology in Higher Education, specifically.
A Portuguese version of Richard’s chapter can be download here.