We are pleased to present a new issue of AJET and in the editorial we would like to reflect on an ascilite-sponsored workshop in Singapore that Sue recently presented, on the topic of ‘Researching Educational Technology in Higher Education’. The purpose of the workshop was to provide an introduction for those new to educational technology research, but it also served as a refresher for those already familiar with the area. As part of the editorial for this issue we’ve decided to share some of the advice Sue gave to workshop participants on ‘8 Things You Need to Know About Doing Educational Technology Research’.
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