Distinguished Research Professor, Faculty of Education,
Monash University, Melbourne, Australia
Neil Selwyn has been researching the integration of digital technology into schools, universities and adult learning since 1995, with particular expertise in the ‘real-life’ constraints and problems faced when technology-based education is implemented. He is currently working on nationally-funded projects examining the roll-out of educational data and learning analytics, AI technologies, and the changing nature of teachers’ digital work. Recent books include: “Should robots replace teachers: AI and the future of education” (2019, Polity) and “Education and technology: key issues and debates” (third edition due 2021, Bloomsbury).