Rebecca Eynon holds a joint academic post between the Oxford Internet Institute (OII) and the Department of Education at the University of Oxford. Her research explores the relationships between education, the Internet and inequalities.
Her work has been supported by a range of funders including the British Academy, the Economic and Social Research Council, the European Commission and Google. She was co-editor of Learning, Media and Technology from 2011-2021. She is currently on the editorial board for Learning, Media and Technology and Information and Learning Sciences.
Rebecca teaches on the MSc Social Science of the Internet at the OII and on the MSc Education (Digital and Social Change) at the Department of Education. At both departments, she supervises DPhil students interested in digital education and social justice.
Areas of Interest for Doctoral Supervision
AI, digital divides, education, inequality, ethics, learning, skills, social justice and youth.
Please note that Rebecca is not accepting DPhil students for the 2023 / 24 academic year.
Sociology of education, digital education, everyday life and learning with the Internet, digital and social exclusion, the political economy of EdTech, the role of computational social science in education research