Dr Jeremy Knox
Associate Professor of Digital Education
Department of Education
PhD, MSc (Edinburgh), PGCE (Reading)
Jeremy joined the Department of Education at the University of Oxford in 2023 as an Associate Professor in Digital Education. Previous to this role, he was Senior Lecturer at the University of Edinburgh where he served as co-director of the Centre for Research in Digital Education. Jeremy’s research interests are focused on the relationships between education, data-driven technologies and wider society, and he has led projects funded by the ESRC and the British Council in the UK. His published books include Posthumanism and the Massive Open Online Course (2016), Artificial Intelligence and Inclusive Education (2019), The Manifesto for Teaching Online (2020), Data Justice and the Right to the City (2022), and AI and Education in China (2023). Jeremy obtained his PhD from the University of Edinburgh in 2014, receiving a scholarship award from the ESRC. He is also a co-convenor of the Digital University network at the Society for Research in Higher Education. Jeremy teaches on the Digital and Social Change pathway of the MSc in Education.