This special issue of Discover Society collects articles from speakers at last year’s inaugrial Platform University conference at the University of Cambridge. It has been published to coincide with the release of the call for papers for the second conference, taking place in December at Lancaster University.
- The Platform University, by Mark Carrigan
- Assembling the Super-fast, Ultra-smart, Semi-Automatic University, by Ben Williamson
- Higher Education, Platforms and the Market of Symbolic Goods, by Mario Azevedo and Aliandra Lazzari Barlete
- Thinking Critically and Realistically about the Platform University, by Peter Francis and Carly Foster
- Platform Capitalism and the Future of International Education, by Martin Henry
- Work, Management and Life in the Platform University, by Marc Jacquinet
- When Open Educational Resources and Platform Capitalism Meet, by Nikola Wachter
- How MOOCs Became Platforms, by Richard Terry
- Can Universities Do Better? A People Based Approach to Platform Management, by Pinar Guven-Uslu and Lisa Jack
- Gig Science Marches Onwards, by Seppo Poutanen and Anne Kovalainen
- Power Postures and Landing Pages, the Long Tail of Neoliberalism, by Eleonore Dare
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