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BJET Best EdTech Paper Award at the Annual Conference

British Journal of Educational Technology (BJET) Best EdTech Paper Award at BERA Annual Conference

This award is to recognise the best presentation on the topic of (or a topic directly relevant to) educational technology, delivered during the BERA Conference.

Prize details

  • £150 in book vouchers from Wiley
  • Invitation to submit an article to BJET (standard peer-review process still applies)
  • Invitation to contribute to BERA Blog and/or RI;
  • Inclusion of award to be featured as news story in RI and BERA members’ newsletter.

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2019 Winners

The BJET editors are pleased to announce the winners of the BJET Best EdTech Paper 2019 at the BERA Conference as Kongkiat Kespechara, Somying Saithanu, Chonlada Sittitoon, Apansarin Kanarat, Pinanong Hakard and Dollaya Hirunyasiri from the Sodsri-Sridwongsa Foundation, Thailand, for their paper ,’Using learning analytics to visualize how different teaching plans affect learning outcomes, focusing specifically on skills, in a rural primary school in Thailand’.

We would also like to commend Rachel Williams and Rebecca Jesson as close runners-up for their presentation on ‘Examining the impact of a digital literacy programme on student achievement in New Zealand: The results of a two-year national study’.

In recognition of the high quality of ECR presentations, a BJET Best ECR EdTech Paper 2019 Award was given to Lesley Sharpe of Loughborough University for her presentation, ‘Utilising technology to facilitate inclusive participatory research with young people with impairments’.