Publications

2017

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.
Gallagher M.  2017.  KakaoTalk meets the ministry of education:. Mobile Learning and Higher Education. :136-147.
Gallagher MS.  2017.  Mobile learning in an age of surveillance. Continuum: Journal of Media & Cultural Studies. 31(2):177-188.
Graffer S, Rochefort N, Robertson J.  2017.  How to run more equal meetings. EqualBITE. :265-268.
Jandric P, Knox J, Macleod H, Sinclair C.  2017.  Learning in the age of algorithmic cultures. E-Learning and Digital Media. 14(3):101-104.
Keskin NÖzdamar, Koutropoulos A, de Waard I, Metcalf D, Gallagher M, Anzai Y, Buyuk K.  2017.  National strategies for OER and MOOCs From 2010 to 2020. Administrative Leadership in Open and Distance Learning Programs. :188-212.
Knox J.  2017.  De-colonising the MOOC. Journal of Distance Education in China. (508):1-15.
Knox J.  2017.  How goes the revolution? Educação e Tecnologia. :386-408.
Knox J.  2017.  Playing with student data. Practitioner Track Proceedings of the 7th International Learning Analytics & Knowledge Conference (LAK17). :43-49.
Knox J.  2017.  Data power in education. Television and New Media. 18(8):734-752.
[Anonymous].  2017.  LitLong. Edinburgh, version 2.0.
Lupton D, Williamson B.  2017.  The datafied child. New Media and Society. 19(5):780-794.
Manches A, Plowman L.  2017.  Computing education in children’s early years. British Journal of Educational Technology. 48(1):191-201.
Manches A, Price S.  2017.  Embodied Learning. Do hand and body movements enhance science learning?.
Mcgregor C, Knox J.  2017.  Activism and the academy. Ephemera: theory & politics in organisation. 17(3):509-532.
Meriem EKaroui, Robertson J.  2017.  How to become a better scientific evaluator. EqualBITE. :59-62.
Plowman L.  2017.  The role of the proxy ethnographer. MethodsNews newsletter. 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, Williams A.  2017.  Salary negotiation. EqualBITE. :136-139.
Robertson J.  2017.  Stereotype threat. EqualBITE. :167-172.
Robertson J.  2017.  Student recruitment. EqualBITE. :95-98.
Robertson J.  2017.  The current landscape at the University of Edinburgh. EqualBITE. :16-28.
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. EqualBITE. :69-73.
[Anonymous].  2017.  EqualBITE. Gender Equality in Higher Education.
Robertson J.  2017.  Gender balancing staff recruitment. EqualBITE. :104-107.
Robertson J.  2017.  Gender in higher education. EqualBITE. :9-16.
Robertson J, Lovern B.  2017.  Raising your profile on a grant application. EqualBITE. :56-58.
Ross J, Sowton C, Knox J, Speed C.  2017.  Artcasting, mobilities, and inventiveness. Cultural Heritage Communities. :150-165.
Ross J.  2017.  If it’s creative, it doesn’t feel like evaluation. The Museum Review. 2(1):1-11.
Ross J, Sheail P.  2017.  The ‘campus imaginary’. Teaching in Higher Education. :1-16.
Ross J.  2017.  Speculative method in digital education research. Learning, Media and Technology. 42(2):214-229.
Sheail P.  2017.  The digital university and the shifting time–space of the campus. Learning, Media and Technology. :1-14.
Tsai Y-S, Gašević D, Muñoz-Merino P, Dawson S.  2017.  LA Policy. In Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Learning Analytics and Knowledge (LAK 2017). :494-495.
Tsai Y-S, Gašević D.  2017.  Learning analytics in higher education – challenges and policies. In Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Learning Analytics and Knowledge (LAK 2017). :233-242.
Williams A, Robertson J.  2017.  A model for change. EqualBITE. :30-38.