Knox J.  2017.  Data power in education. Television and New Media.


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. SAGE Handbook of E-learning Research. :82-100.
Campbell P, Evans P.  2016.  Reciprocal benefits, legacy and risk. European Journal of Training and Development. 40(2)
Gallagher M., Lamb J, Bayne S.  2016.  The sound spaces of online, distance learners. Place-based Spaces for Networked Learning.
Isard A, Knox J.  2016.  Automatic Generation of Student Report Cards. Proceedings of The 9th International Natural Language Generation conference. :207-211.
Knox J.  2016.  What’s the matter with MOOCs? Digital Methods for Social Science.
Knox J.  2016.  Posthumanism and the MOOC. Studies in Philosophy and Education. :1-16.
Knox J.  2016.  Posthumanism and the Massive Open Online Course. Contaminating the subject of global education.
Macleod H, Sinclair C, Haywood J, Woodgate A.  2016.  Massive Open Online Courses. Teaching in Higher Education.
Ross J.  2016.  Speculative method in digital education research. Learning, Media and Technology.
Ross J, Collier A.  2016.  Complexity, mess and not-yetness. Emergence and Innovation in Digital Learning.
Ryberg T, Sinclair C.  2016.  The relationships between policy, boundaries and research in networked learning. Research, Boundaries and Policy in Networked Learning. :1-20.
Sinclair C.  2016.  With a personal appearance from the online teacher. Video Journal of Education and Pedagogy. 1(8)
Sinclair C.  2016.  You've got mail. Knowledge Cultures.


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. Massive Open Online Courses: the MOOC revolution. :23-45.
Bayne S.  2015.  Teacherbot: interventions in automated teaching. Teaching in Higher Education. 20(4):455-467.
Evans P.  2015.  Open online spaces of professional learning. TechTrends. 59(1):31-36.
Evans P.  2015.  Emergent discourses of learning and community formation: exploring social media for professional learning. Handbook of Research Methods on Human Resource Development.
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.
Knox J.  2015.  Critical education and digital cultures. Encyclopedia of Educational Philosophy and Theory. :1-6.
Knox J.  2015.  The ‘Tweeting Book’ and the question of ‘non-human data’. TechTrends. 59(1):72-75.
Knox J.  2015.  Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs). Springer Encyclopaedia of Educational Theory and Philosophy.
Knox J.  2015.  Posthuman Openings. The Philosophy and Theory of Open Education.
Macleod H, Sinclair C.  2015.  Digital learning and the changing role of the teacher. Encyclopedia of Educational Philosophy and Theory. :1-5.
Macleod H, Haywood J, Woodgate A, Alkhatnai M.  2015.  Emerging Patterns in MOOC: learners, course designs and directions. TechTrends. 59(1):56-63.
[Anonymous].  2015.  Spotlight Issue. TechTrends. 59(1)
Sheail P.  2015.  The motif of meeting in digital education. TechTrends. 59(1):37-43.
Sinclair C.  2015.  Students’ Perspectives on Academic Writing in the Digital Age. TechTrends. 59:44-49.


Bayne S, Ross J.  2014.  MOOC pedagogy: the UK view.
Bayne S.  2014.  What's the matter with 'technology enhanced learning'? Learning, Media and Technology. 40(1):5-20.
Evans P.  2014.  Exploring the relationship between discourse and a practice perspective on HRD in a virtual environment. Human Resource Development International. 17(2):183-202.
Fawns T.  2014.  Photography and the disruption of memory and meaning. Ubiquity: The Journal of Pervasive Media. 3(1-2):3-14.
Fawns T.  2014.  Lessons from personal photography. TechTrends. 59(1)
Knox J, Bayne S.  2014.  Multimodal Profusion in the Literacies of the Massive Open Online Course. Research in Learning Technology. 21