Bayne S, Jandric P.  2017.  From anthropocentric humanism to critical posthumanism in digital education. Knowledge Cultures. 5(2):197-216.


Bayne S.  2016.  Introduction. The Europa World of Learning. 1:6-8.
Bayne S, Evans P, Ewins A, Knox J, Lamb J, Macleod H, O'Shea C, Ross J, Sheail P, Sinclair C.  2016.  Manifesto for Teaching Online 2016.
Bayne S.  2016.  Posthumanism and research in digital education. :82-100.
Gallagher M., Lamb J, Bayne S.  2016.  The sound spaces of online, distance learners.
Gallagher M, Lamb J, Bayne S.  2016.  The sonic spaces of online, distance learners.


Bayne S, Knox J, Ross J.  2015.  Open education. Learning, Media and Technology. 40(3):247-250.
Bayne S, Ross J.  2015.  Guest editor's notes. TechTrends. 59(1):3-5.
Bayne S, Ross J.  2015.  MOOC Pedagogy. :23-45.
Bayne S.  2015.  Teacherbot: interventions in automated teaching. Teaching in Higher Education. 20(4):455-467.
Fawns T, Bayne S, Ross J, Nicol S, Quayle E, Macleod H, Howie K.  2015.  Socially reconstructing history: the Social History Timestream application. Continuum: Journal of Media & Cultural Studies. (June):1-12.
[Anonymous].  2015.  Spotlight Issue. TechTrends. 59(1)


Bayne S.  2014.  What's the matter with 'technology enhanced learning'? Learning, Media and Technology. 40(1):5-20.
Bayne S, Gallagher M, Lamb J.  2014.  Being ‘at’ university: the social topologies of distance students. Higher Education. 67(5):569-583.
Bayne S, Ross J.  2014.  MOOC pedagogy: the UK view.
Knox J, Bayne S.  2014.  Multimodal Profusion in the Literacies of the Massive Open Online Course. Research in Learning Technology. 21
Ross J, Sinclair C, Knox J, Bayne S, Macleod H.  2014.  Teacher Experiences and Academic Identity: The Missing Components of MOOC Pedagogy. Journal of Online Learning and Teaching. 10(1):57-69.


Haywood J, Macleod H, Bayne S, Ross J, Dutia M, Tate A, Sinclair C, Murray J-A, Caquineau C.  2013.  MOOCs @ Edinburgh Report #1:.


Knox J, Bayne S, Ross J, Macleod H, Sinclair C.  2012.  MOOC pedagogy. Association for Learning Technology (ALT) Online Newsletter. (28)


[Anonymous].  2011.  Digital differences. Perspectives on online education.
Ross J, Bayne S, O'Shea C, Macleod H.  2011.  Manifesto for teaching online.


Bayne S.  2010.  Academetron, automaton, phantom: uncanny digital pedagogies. London Review of Education. 8(1):5-13.


Bayne S, Ross J, Williamson Z.  2009.  Objects, subjects, bits and bytes: learning from the digital collections of the National Museums. Museum and Society. 7(2):110-124.
Hemmi A., Bayne S., Land R..  2009.  The appropriation and repurposing of social technologies in higher education. Journal of Computer Assisted Learning. 25(1):19-30.


Bayne S.  2008.  Uncanny spaces for higher education: teaching and learning in virtual worlds. Alt-J (Association for Learning Technology). 16(3):197-205.
Bayne S..  2008.  Higher education as a visual practice. Teaching in Higher Education. 13(4):395-410.


Kreber C, Klampfleitner M, McCune V, Bayne S, Knottenbelt M.  2007.  What do you mean by "authentic"? A comparative review of the literature on conceptions of authenticity in teaching Adult Education Quarterly. 58(1):22-43.


Land R., Bayne S.  2006.  Issues in cyberspace education. :14-23.


Land R., Bayne S.  2005.  Education in Cyberspace.


Bayne S.  2004.  Smoothness and Striation in Digital Learning Spaces. E-Learning. 1(2):302-316.