Mirriahi N, Gasevic D, Dawson S, Long PD.  2014.  Scientometrics as an Important Tool for the Growth of the Field of Learning Analytics. Journal of Learning Analytics. 1(2):1-4.
Mirriahi N., Dawson S., Gasevic D, Long P.D..  2014.  Widening the Field and Sparks of the Future. Journal of Learning Analytics. 1(3):1-3.
Mohabbati B., Asadi M., Gasevic D, Lee J..  2014.  Software product line engineering to develop variant-rich service- oriented applications. :535-562.
Pechenizkiy M., Gasevic D.  2014.  Introduction into Sparks of the Learning Analytics Future. Journal of Learning Analytics. 1(3):145-149.
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.


Du E, Quayle E, Macleod H.  2013.  Service providers' perceptions on the uptake of computerised cognitive behavioural therapy (CCBT). PsychNology Journal. 11(3):213-233.
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.  2013.  Five Critiques of the Open Educational Resources Movement. Teaching in Higher Education. 18(8):821.
Knox J.  2013.  The limitations of access alone. Open Praxis. 5(1):21.
Ross J, Gallagher M, Macleod H.  2013.  Making distance visible: assembling nearness in an online distance learning programme. International Review of Research in Open and Distance Learning. 14(4):51-67.


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.
Begg M., Macleod H., Dewhurst D., Ellaway R..  2010.  Virtual Patients: considerations of narrative and gameplay.


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.


Begg M., Dewhurst D, Macleod H.  2005.  Game Informed Learning: Applying Computer Game Processes to Higher Education. Innovate. 1(6)
Land R., Bayne S.  2005.  Education in Cyberspace.


Bayne S.  2004.  Smoothness and Striation in Digital Learning Spaces. E-Learning. 1(2):302-316.
Koubek A., Macleod H.  2004.  Game Based Learning. :15-19.
Tosh D., Macleod H, Haywood J.  2004.  E-portfolios in European Education.


Burford B., Kerr A., Macleod H.  2003.  Nurse Recognition of early deviation in development in home videos of infants with Rett disorder. Journal of Intellectual Disability Research. 47:588-596.
Gunn C, McSporran M, Macleod H, French S.  2003.  Dominant or Different? Gender Issues in Computer Supported Learning Journal of Asynchronous Learning Networks. 7(1)


Gunn C., French S., Macleod H, McSporran M., Conole G..  2002.  A response to the critique of gender issues in computer-supported learning. Research in Learning Technology. 10(2):80-82.
Macleod H, McAteer E, Crook C, Tolmie A., Musselbrook K..  2002.  Learning Networks and the Issue of Communication. :309-322.


Dewhurst D, Macleod H, Norris T..  2000.  Independent Student Learning Aided by Computers: An Acceptable Alternative to Lectures? Computers & Education. 35:223-241.