Dr Jeremy Knox

Lecturer in Digital Education

I am co-director of the Centre for Research in Digital Education (Data Society) and a Lecturer in Digital Education at the University of Edinburgh. My research interests include critical posthumanism and new materialism, and the implications of such thinking for education and educational research, with a specific focus on the digital.  My published work includes critical perspectives on Open Educational Resources (OER) and Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs).

I am Associate Editor for new journal Postdigital Science and Education with Springer, and I also co-convene the Society for Research in Higher Education (SRHE) Digital University network. 

Data Justice and the Right to the City (forthcoming 2021). with the Edinburgh University Press.

Artificial Intelligence and Inclusive Education: speculative futures and emerging practices with Springer: https://link.springer.com/book/10.1007/978-981-13-8161-4

Posthumanism and the Massive Open Online Course: Contaminating the Subject of Global Education with Routledge https://www.routledge.com/products/9781138940826

Email: jeremy.knox@ed.ac.uk

Call on: 0131 651 6347

Or write/visit here:
Room 4.09, St John's Land
The Moray House School of Education and Sport
Holyrood Road
Edinburgh EH8 8AQ

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Springer Nature 2020 China New Development Award

30 Sep 2020
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Congratulations to Dr Jeremy Knox, Dr Yuchen Wang and Dr Michael Gallagher editors of ‘Artificial Intelligence and Inclusive Education: speculative futures and emerging technologies’, for winning a Springer Nature 2020 China New Development Award. 

The Springer Nature 2020 China New Development Awards bring together 10 titles across a range of research areas (including robotics and artificial intelligence) all authored or co-authored by researchers from China. 

In Conversation: Jeremy Knox and Neil Selwyn on e-learning and online teaching

6 May 2020

Dr Jeremy Knox joins Professor Neil Selwyn of Monash University to discuss his posthuman approach to e-learning and online teaching

You can access the discussion below or via the Meet the Education Researcher series produced by Professor Selwyn on Soundcloud.

Other talks in the series that may be of interest to those working across our Digital Cultures, Children & Technology, Data Society and Data Education in Schools research strands include: