is an e-learning specialist at Linnaeus University in south-east Sweden. Originally from Dundee in Scotland he has lived and worked in the Nordic region (Sweden and Finland) since 1983. He is especially interested in how digital technology can help everyone benefit from education and how technology can support collaboration and innovation in education. He is a member of several national and international projects and networks, including NVL Distans, a Nordic network for distance learning. He blogs regularly on technology in education at http://acreelman.blogspot.com
Towards platform literacy
By giving everyone a voice on the net we assumed that people would use this new power wisely, but we greatly underestimated our potential for hate and manipulation, writes e-learning specialist, Alastair Creelman. The text is a column written for issue 3/2018 on Adult Education and Media Literacy.