In this episode, we finish our interview with Audrey Watters. Lindsay Clandfield (our interviewer) and Audrey talk about the 'monstrous' ideas in edtech that refuse to go away, about the history of teaching machines and finally about whether or not there is an edtech equivalent of the military industrial complex in the United States and worldwide.
We also hear from the Disabled Access Friendly group and their work online.
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