Publications

Below is a selection of the most recent publications emerging from the work of the Learning and New Technologies Research Group.

Digital youth and learning

  • Eynon, R. and Helsper, E. (2014) Family dynamics and Internet use in Britain: what role do children play in adults’ engagement with the Internet? Information, Communication and Society.
  • Davies, C and Eynon, R (2013) Teenagers and Technology. Routledge.
  • Eynon R and Malmberg L-E (2012) “Understanding the online information seeking behaviours of young people: The role of networks of support.” Journal of Computer Assisted Learning, 28(6), 499-588.
  • Eynon R and Malmberg, L-E (2011) “A typology of young people’s Internet use: implications for education.” Computers and Education, 56, 585-595.
  • Davies, C. (2011) Digitally strategic: how young people respond to parental views about the use of technology for learning in the home. Journal of Computer Assisted Learning, 27(4), 324 – 335.
  • Furlong, J. and Davies, C. (2012) Young people, new technologies and learning at home: taking context seriously. Oxford Review of Education, 38(1), 45-62.
  • Helsper E and Eynon R (2010) Digital natives: where is the evidence? British Educational Research Journal, 36(3): 503-320.
  • Davies, C (2009) Are social networking sites infantilizing our children?
  • Eynon, R (2009) Mapping young people’s uses of technology in their own contexts – a nationally representative survey. Coventry: Becta

Supporting innovation 

  • Herodotou, C., Niall Winters, N. and Kambouri, M. (2014) Motivation: The Model of Game Motivation An Iterative, Multidisciplinary Approach to Studying Digital Play, Games and Culture published online 13 November 2014 DOI: 10.1177/1555412014557633
  • Eynon, R. (2013) The rise of Big Data: what does it mean for education, technology and media research? Learning, Media and Technology 38 (3) 1-3.
  • Winters, N. (2013) An introduction to technology enhanced learning design in postgraduate medical education. In Luckin, R., Goodyear, P., Grabowski, B. and Winters, N. (Eds) Routledge Handbook of Design in Educational Computing, London: Sage
  • Davies, C. and Eynon, R. (2013) “The role of the Internet in reshaping learning and education” in (ed. Dutton) Oxford Handbook of Internet Studies, Oxford University Press
  • Al Lily, A (2010) “On-line and under veil: Technology-facilitated communication and Saudi female experience within academia.”  Oxford STORIES Conference, March 2010, University of Oxford, Oxford, UK.
  • Eynon R (2008) The use of the web for teaching and learning in Higher Education: rhetoric and reality. Innovations in Education and Teaching International, 45(1), 15-23.
  • Shuyska, JA and Davies, C (2008) “ThinkSpace: the collaborative process of designing new technologies for the classroom,” Proceedings of WikiSym ’08, September 2008, Porto, Portugal.

Digital inclusion & education

Learning in everyday life

  • Gillani, N. and Eynon, R. (2014) Communication Patterns in Massively Open Online Courses. The Internet and Higher Education 23: 18-26.
  • Gillani, N., Yasseri, T., Eynon, R., and Hjorth, I. (2014) Structural limitations of learning in a crowd – communication vulnerability and information diffusion in MOOCs. Scientific Reports 4.
  • Underwood, J., Luckin, R. and Winters, N. (2012) Managing resource ecologies for mobile, personal and collaborative self-directed language learning. Procedia – Social and Behavioral Sciences, 34, 226-229.
  • Eynon R and Davies C (2010) “A Companion for Learning in Everyday Life” In: Wilks, Y (2010) (ed.) Artificial Companions: technical, philosophical and social issues. Benjamins:   Amsterdam.
  • Davies, C and Eynon, R (2009) “A Learning Companion for Adult Informal Learning.” Learning Companions and Pedagogical Agents: Future Trends and Possibilities Workshop, May 2009, Oxford Internet Institute, University of Oxford, Oxford, UK.
  • Eynon, R and Davies C (2009) “The Learning Companion: an Embodied Conversational Agent for Learning,” 10th Annual Conference of the Association of Internet Researchers (AoIR), September 2009, Milwaukee, USA.

Technology and Development 

  • Winters, N. (2013) Mobile learning in the majority world: A critique of the GSMA position. In Price, S., Jewitt, C., and Brown, B. (EDs) Sage Handbook of Researching Digital Technologies, London: Sage
  • Dray, S., Light, A., Evers, V., Dearden, A., Densmore, M., Kam, M., Marsden, G., Ramachandran, D., Sambasivan, N., Smyth, T., van Greunen, D. and Winters, N. (2012) Human Computer Interaction for Development: Changing HCI to Change the World, In J. Jacko, (Ed) The Human-Computer Interaction Handbook: Fundamentals, Evolving Technologies and Emerging Applications, Third Edition, p. 1375-1399.
  • Hakimi, L. (2011). Family-centred learning for Eastern European migrants using a mobile English language application. 10th World Conference on Mobile and Contextual Learning (pp. 7-15). Beijing: Bejing Normal University.

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