Every so often there is a flurry of activity on the web as a result of a new report about the benefits or otherwise of education technology. How can you evaluate the claims being made? How can you know, or at least try to know, if the research itself is any good, or if it has been reported accurately?
I've created an infographic arising from the work I did for my chapter in Enhancing Learning and Teaching with Technology: What the Research Says, by Rosemary Luckin (Ed). (That's an Amazon affiliate link.) My chapter was entitled How research is reported in the news.
The infographic contains an 8-point plan about how to investigate the research for yourself. It's free to subscribers of my newsletter, Digital Education. Please go to the Digital Education newsletter page of this website to find out more, and to subscribe for free.