Publications

2013

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.
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.
Williamson B.  2013.  Soft openings. Pedagogy, Culture & Society. 21(2):217-237.
Williamson B.  2013.  The Future of the Curriculum. School Knowledge in the Digital Age.

2012

Evans P.  2012.  Discourses, power and communities: exploring the impacts of social media technologies on the theory and practices of informal learning. Proceeding of UFHRD 2012 - 13th International Conference on HRD Research and Practice Across Europe: the future of HRD - 2020 and beyond: challenges and opportunities.. :64-74.
Gallagher M, Koutropoulos A, de Waard I, Rodriguez O, Abajian S, Hogue R, Keskin N.  2012.  Emotive Vocabulary in MOOCs. European Journal of Open, Distance and e-Learning. 11(2)
Knox J, Bayne S, Ross J, Macleod H, Sinclair C.  2012.  MOOC pedagogy. Association for Learning Technology (ALT) Online Newsletter. (28)
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.
Plowman L, McPake J, Stephen C.  2012.  Extending opportunities for learning. Contemporary Debates in Childhood Education and Development. :95-104.
Ross J.  2012.  Just what is being reflected in online reflection? Exploring the theory, pedagogy and practice of networked learning. :191-207.
Williamson B.  2012.  Centrifugal schooling. Journal of Education Policy. 27(6):775-794.
Williamson B.  2012.  Effective or affective schools? Technological and emotional discourses of educational change Discourse: Studies in the Cultural Politics of Education. 33(3):425-441.

2011

[Anonymous].  2011.  Digital differences. Perspectives on online education.
Bayne S, Ross J.  2011.  Digital native' and 'digital immigrant' discourses: a critique. Digital differences: perspectives on online education. :159-170.
Gallagher M, de Waard I, Abajian S, Hogue R, Keskin N, Koutropoulos A, Rodriguez O.  2011.  Using mLearning and MOOCs to understand chaos, emergence, and complexity in education. International Review of Research in Open and Distance Learning. 12(7)
Griffiths D, Evans P.  2011.  Scaling the fractal plain: towards a general view of knowledge management. Journal of European Industrial Training. 35(8):779-807.
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. Proceedings of IDC 2011 - 10th International Conference on Interaction Design and Children. :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.
Ross J, Bayne S, O'shea C, Macleod H.  2011.  Manifesto for teaching online.
Ross J, Macleod H.  2011.  Structure, Authority and Other Noncepts: Teaching in Fool-ish Spaces. Digital Difference. :15-28.
Ross J.  2011.  Traces of self: online reflective practices and performances in higher education. Teaching in Higher Education. 16(1):113-126.

2010

Bayne S.  2010.  Academetron, automaton, phantom: uncanny digital pedagogies. London Review of Education. 8(1):5-13.
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.
Plowman L, McPake J, Stephen C.  2010.  The Technologisation of Childhood? Young Children and Technology in the Home Children & Society. 24(1):63-74.
Plowman L, Stephen C, McPake J.  2010.  Growing up with technology. Young children learning in a digital world.
Plowman L, Stephen C, McPake J.  2010.  Supporting young children's learning with technology at home and in preschool. Research Papers in Education. 25(1):93-113.

2009

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.
Manches A, O'Malley C, Benford S.  2009.  Physical manipulation. Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Tangible and Embedded Interaction. :77-84.