This paper explores the perceived and actual implications of location-enabled technologies in an education & training context drawing upon case studies, project examples and client testimonials including the Australian Federal Police, Northern Territory Fire Police & Emergency Services as well as projects funded in 2011 under the Australian Flexible Learning Framework (AFLF). A focus on the use of location enabled point-of-view (POV) body worn camera (BWC) technologies will be explored in this paper, referencing cross-sectoral and inter-disciplinary thoughts as to the perceived benefits of the technology and the socio-ethical implications of these pervasive technologies.
‘Surveillance and / in Everyday Life: Monitoring Pasts, Present and Future’ Conference held at The University of of Sydney, Australia on February 20th and 21st, 2012 and hosted by ‘The Surveillance and Everyday Life Research Group’.
Hayes, A. (2011) Location Enabled Body Worn Technologies In The Education Sector, Surveillance and/in Everyday Life: Monitoring Past & Present Futures Conference, Law School, University of Sydney, pp. 1-23. figshare. https://doi.org/10.6084/m9.figshare.5549623.v1