Publications

2017

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.
Manches A, Plowman L.  2017.  Computing education in children’s early years. British Journal of Educational Technology. 48(1):191-201.

2016

Edwards S, Nolan A, Henderson M, Mantilla A, Plowman L, Skouteris H.  2016.  Young children’s everyday concepts of the internet. British Journal of Educational Technology.
Manches A, O'Malley C..  2016.  The effect of physical manipulatives on children’s numerical strategies. Cognition and Instruction. 34(1):27-50.
Plowman L.  2016.  Revisiting ethnography by proxy. International Journal of Social Research Methodology.
Plowman L, Marsh J, Yamada-Rice D, Bishop J, Scott F.  2016.  Digital play. Early Years.
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.
[Anonymous].  2016.  Modern Statistical Methods for HCI. 1

2015

Chaudron S, Plowman L, Beutel M.E, Černikova M, Navarette VDonoso, Dreier M, Fletcher-Watson B, Heikkilä A-S, Kontríková V, Korkeamäki R-L et al..  2015.  Young children (0-8) and digital technology - EU report.
Gray S, Robertson J, Rajendran G.  2015.  BrainQuest: an active smart phone game to enhance executive function. :59-68.
Livingstone S, Marsh J, Plowman L, Ottovordemgentschenfelde S, Fletcher-Watson B.  2015.  Young Children (0-8) and Digital Technology - UK report.
Manches A, Duncan P, Plowman L, Sabeti S.  2015.  Three questions about the Internet of things and children. TechTrends. 59(1):76-83.
Marsh J, Plowman L, Yamada-Rice D, Bishop J, Lahmar J., Scott F, Davenport A., Davis S., French K., Piras M. et al..  2015.  Exploring play and creativity in pre-schoolers’ use of apps. Report for policy makers.
Marsh J, Plowman L, Yamada-Rice D., Bishop J.C., Davenport A., Davis S., Robinson P., Piras M..  2015.  Exploring play and creativity in pre-schoolers' use of apps. A report for the children's media industry.
Plowman L..  2015.  Researching Young Children's Everyday Uses of Technology in the Family Home. Interacting with Computers. 27(1):36-46.
Plowman L.  2015.  Rethinking context. Children's Geographies.

2014

Plowman L, Stephen C.  2014.  Digital play. :330-341.
Plowman L, Malcolm I.  2014.  Knowledge, Technology and the Professional Learning of Localisers. Professions and Professionalism. 4(1)
Williams A, Jones D, Robertson J.  2014.  Bite. recipes for remarkable research / edited by by Alison Williams, Derek Jones, Judy Robertson.

2013

Manches A.  2013.  The emerging technologies for young children. Evaluating the learning benefits of new forms of interaction.
Mcpake J., Plowman L., Stephen C..  2013.  Pre-school children creating and communicating with digital technologies in the home. British Journal of Educational Technology. 44(3):421-431.
Plowman L, Stevenson O.  2013.  Exploring the quotidian in young children's lives at home. Home Cultures. 10(3):329-347.
Plowman L, McPake J.  2013.  Seven myths about young children and technology. Childhood Education. 89(1):27-33.

2012

Luckin R, Bligh B., Manches A, Ainsworth S., Crook C., Noss R..  2012.  Decoding Learning. The Proof, Promise and Potential of Digital Education.
Manches A., Claire O..  2012.  Tangibles for learning: a representational analysis of physical manipulation. Personal and Ubiquitous Computing. 16(4):405-419.
Plowman L, Stevenson O.  2012.  Using mobile phone diaries to explore children's everyday lives. Childhood. 19(4):539-553.
Plowman L., Stephen C., Stevenson O., Mcpake J..  2012.  Preschool children's learning with technology at home. Computers & Education. 59(1):30-37.

2011

Manches A, Phillips B, Crook C, Chowcat I, Sharples M.  2011.  CAPITAL: Curriculum and pedagogy in technology assisted learning. Year 3 final report: shaping contexts to realise the potential of technologies to support learning.
Manches A., Price S..  2011.  Designing learning representations around physical manipulation. Hands and objects. :81-89.
Manches A.  2011.  Digital manipulatives. International Journal of Technology Enhanced Learning. 3(6):608-626.
Plowman L., Stevenson O., Mcpake J., Stephen C., Adey C..  2011.  Parents, pre-schoolers and learning with technology at home: some implications for policy. Journal of Computer Assisted Learning. 27(4):361-371.

2010

Manches A, Horton M., Yarosh S..  2010.  Children’s role in mobile interaction design. International Journal of Mobile Human Computer Interaction. 2(2):72-78.