An update to a provocative manifesto intended to serve as a platform for debate and as a resource and inspiration for those teaching in online environments.
"An insightful, engaging and thought-provoking book. The
Manifesto for Teaching Online is essential reading for
students, researchers and educators wishing to critically reflect
on the current status quo in distance education and examine
-Rebecca Eynon, Associate Professor and Senior Research Fellow, Department of Education and the Oxford Internet Institute, University of Oxford
"This book has few peers, offering practical takeaways but never shying away from asking hard questions about the work of online teaching. The authors push the conversation forward in ways that will change the landscape of online education for the better."
-Jesse Stommel, Executive Director of Hybrid Pedagogy; cofounder of Digital Pedagogy Lab
"The Edinburgh team have been cutting through the hype of e-learning for the past 15 years. This neat volume is full of ideas and inspiration for any critical educator who wants to move beyond the usual 'what works?' cheerleading that continues to dominate ed-tech."
-Neil Selwyn, Distinguished Research Professor, Monash University