Mark Pegrum

Associate Professor, BA PhD W.Aust., CELTA, DELTA, ILTM

  • The University of Western Australia (M428), 35 Stirling Highway,

    6009 Crawley

    Australia

  • 211 Citations
  • 7 h-Index
19962018
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Personal profile

Biography

Mark Pegrum is an assistant professor in the Faculty of Education at the University of Western Australia, where he teaches mainly in the area of e-learning. His teaching has been recognised through Faculty and University Excellence in Teaching Awards, as well as a 2010 national Australian Learning & Teaching Council (ALTC) Excellence in Teaching Award. His research focuses on the increasing integration of web 2.0 and mobile technologies into everyday life. His current work concentrates on the growing field of digital literacies, especially network literacy (including personal learning environments, personal learning networks and e-portfolios), and m-learning (including the use of smartphones, tablets and apps with educational benefits). In 2007, his book Brave New Classrooms: Democratic Education and the Internet, co-edited with Joe Lockard, was published by Peter Lang, New York. In 2009, his new book, entitled From Blogs to Bombs: The Future of Digital Technologies in Education, was published by UWA Publishing, Perth. He is now working on a book on digital literacies. He currently teaches in Perth, Hong Kong and Singapore and has given presentations on e-learning in Australia and New Zealand, East and Southeast Asia, and the UK and Europe.

Teaching overview

E-learning, emergent technologies, new technologies, Academic English

Research

E-learning, social media, web 2.0, digital literacies, m-learning (mobile learning), mobile handheld technologies (including tablets and smartphones)

Keywords

  • Mobile Learning
  • Digital Technologies
  • Educational Technology
  • Digital Literacy
  • E-learning
  • Mobile learning
  • Digital literacies
  • Intercultural competence/intercultural literacy

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Research Output 1996 2018

A Wake-Up Call? Issues With Plagiarism in Transnational Higher Education

Palmer, A., Pegrum, M. & Oakley, G., 13 May 2018, (Accepted/In press) In : Ethics and Behavior. p. 1-28 28 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Plagiarism
Education
Students
Singapore
Uncertainty

Linguistic diversity in online and mobile learning

Kukulska-Hulme, A. & Pegrum, M. A., 2018, The Routledge Handbook of Language and Superdiversity: An Interdisciplinary Perspective. Creese, A. & Blackledge, A. (eds.). United Kingdom: Routledge, p. 518-532 (Routledge Handbooks in Applied Linguistics)

Research output: Chapter in Book/Conference paperChapter

linguistics
language barrier
communication
semiotics
learning

Plagiarism in the digital era: A study of Australian transnational higher education in Singapore

Palmer, A., 2018, (Unpublished)

Research output: ThesisDoctoral Thesis

File
Singapore
education
student
recycling
integrity
education
student
induction
Singapore
integrity