Digital Futures for Learning offers a methodological and pedagogical way forward for researchers and educators who want to work imaginatively with "what’s next" in higher education and informal learning. Today’s debates around technological transformations of social, cultural and educational spaces and practices need to be informed by a more critical understanding of how visions of the future of learning are made and used, and how they come to be seen as desirable, inevitable or impossible. Integrating innovative methods, key research findings, engaging theories and creative pedagogies across multiple disciplines, this book argues for and explores speculative approaches to researching and analysing post-compulsory and informal learning futures – where we are, where we might go and how to get there.

part 1|78 pages

Understanding learning futures

chapter 1|19 pages


chapter 2|16 pages

How learning futures are made

chapter 3|18 pages

Complexity, emergence and learning futures

part 3|42 pages

Keeping learning futures moving

chapter 10|13 pages

Speculative pedagogies and teaching

chapter 11|9 pages

Keeping learning futures moving