As part of our special series on emergent scholarship, David Kernohan of Wonkhe (UK) discussed his experiences as a developer, collaborator, designer and amplifier of scholastic production. How does the manner in which knowledge is created relate to its engagement in culture and society, where is higher education improving in amplifying research and practice to a wider audience, and where are the areas more improvement is needed?
ABOUT DAVID KERNOHAN
David Kernohan is Associate Editor of Wonkhe. His key areas of wonkishness include teaching quality enhancement policy, funding policy, sector agency politics and history, research policy, and the use of technology and data in Higher Education. His blogging and critical approaches to educational technology can be found at followersoftheapocalyp.se