Edwards S, Nolan A, Henderson M, Mantilla A, Plowman L, Skouteris H.  2018.  Young children’s everyday concepts of the internet. British Journal of Educational Technology. 49(1):45-55.
Isbel L, Robertson J.  2018.  Gender balancing staff recruitment. Attracting the right candidates. :99-101.
Manches A.  2018.  Children and Technology.
Robertson J, Macvean A, Fawkner S, Baker G, Jepson R.  2018.  Savouring our mistakes. International Journal of Child-Computer Interaction. :1-27.
Robertson J.  2018.  Dealing with imposter syndrome. :146-151.


Alothman M, Robertson J, Michaelson G.  2017.  Computer usage and attitudes among Saudi Arabian undergraduate students. Computers & Education. 110:127-142.
Chaudron S, Marsh J, Navarette VDonoso, Ribbens W, Mascheroni G, Šmahel D, Černikova M, Dreier M, Korkeamäki R-L, Livingstone S et al..  2017.  Rules of engagement. Family rules on young children’s access to and use of technologies.
Cutts Q, Robertson J, Donaldson P, O'Donnell L.  2017.  An evaluation of a professional learning network for computer science teachers. Computer Science Education. :1-24.
Cutts Q, Connor R, Robertson J.  2017.  Keeping the machinery in computing education. Communications of the ACM. 60(11):26-28.
Graffer S, Rochefort N, Robertson J.  2017.  How to run more equal meetings. :265-268.
Manches A, Plowman L.  2017.  Computing education in children’s early years. British Journal of Educational Technology. 48(1):191-201.
Meriem EKaroui, Robertson J.  2017.  How to become a better scientific evaluator. :59-62.
Plowman L.  2017.  The role of the proxy ethnographer. MethodsNews, journal of the National Centre for Research Methods. 2017:7.
Plowman L.  2017.  Seven myths about young children and digital technology. Where we are in 2017.
Plowman L.  2017.  Revisiting ethnography by proxy. International Journal of Social Research Methodology. 20(5):443-454.
Robertson J, Manches A, Pain H.  2017.  “It's like a giant brain with a keyboard”. Childhood Education. 93(4):338-345.
Robertson J.  2017.  Be sceptical when researchers claim sex differences. :69-73.
[Anonymous].  2017.  EqualBITE. Gender Equality in Higher Education.
Robertson J.  2017.  Gender balancing staff recruitment. interviewing candidates. :104-107.
Robertson J.  2017.  Gender in higher education. the current landscape in the UK. :9-16.
Robertson J, Lovern B.  2017.  Raising your profile on a grant application. :56-58.
Robertson J, Williams A.  2017.  Salary negotiation. :136-139.
Robertson J.  2017.  Stereotype threat. :167-172.
Robertson J.  2017.  Student recruitment. planning visit days. :95-98.
Robertson J.  2017.  The current landscape at the University of Edinburgh. :16-28.
Williams A, Robertson J.  2017.  A model for change. :30-38.


Lindgren R, Manches A, Abrahamson D, Price S, Lee VR, Tissenbaum M.  2016.  Embodiment and designing learning environments. 2:1353-1355.
Manches A, Dragomir M.  2016.  The effect of concrete materials on children's subsequent numerical explanations. Metaphorical priming. :378-385.
Manches A, O'Malley C..  2016.  The effects of physical manipulatives on children’s numerical strategies. Cognition and Instruction. 34(1):27-50.
Plowman L, Marsh J, Yamada-Rice D, Bishop J, Scott F.  2016.  Digital play. Early Years.
Plowman L.  2016.  Learning technology at home and preschool. :96-112.
Plowman L.  2016.  Rethinking context. Children's Geographies. 14(2):190-202.
Robertson J, Jepson R, Macvean A, Gray S.  2016.  Understanding the Importance of Context. PLoS One. 11(8)
Robertson J, Kaptein M.  2016.  An Introduction to Modern Statistical Methods in HCI. 1:1-14.
Robertson J, Kaptein M.  2016.  Improving statistical practice in HCI. 1:331-348.
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