Recent publications from the Centre for Research in Digital Education
Negotiating growth of online education in higher education.
2020. International Journal of Educational Technology in Higher Education.
Conflicting Logics of Online Higher Education. Ivancheva M, Swartz R, Morris NP, Walji S, Swinnerton BJ, Coop T, Czerniwicz L. 2020. British Journal of Sociology of Education.
Negotiating the ‘New Normal’: University Leaders and Marketisation. Czerniewicz L, Mogliacci R, Walji S, Swartz R, Ivancheva M, Swinnerton BJ, Morris NP. 2020. South African Journal of Higher Education
Unbundling and higher education curriculum: a Cultural-Historical Activity Theory view of process. 2020. Teaching in Higher Education. The Unbundled University: Researching emerging models in an unequal landscape. Swinnerton B, Coop T, Ivancheva M, Czerniewicz L, Morris NP, Swartz R, Walji S, Cliff A. (2020) In:
Bonderup Dohn N; Jandric P; Ryberg T; de Laat M (eds.) Mobility, Data and Learner Agency in Networked Learning. Networked Learning Conference series. Springer
The Influence of Values on E-Learning Adoption. 2019. Computers and Education. 2019
Lecture recordings to support learning: A contested space between students and teachers Morris, NP, Swinnerton, BJ, Coop, T. Computers and Education, 2019
Look who’s talking: Exploring instructors’ contributions to Massive Open Online Courses. British Journal of Educational Technology 2019
Between a rock and a hard place: Dilemmas regarding the purpose of public universities in South Africa. Higher Education. 2019
Twelve tips for integrating massive open online course content into classroom teaching. Medical Teacher. 2019
Exploring the Dimensions of Medical Student Engagement with Technology‐Enhanced Learning Resources and Assessing the Impact on Assessment Outcomes. Anatomical Sciences Education. 2019
How Comprehensive are Research Studies Investigating the Efficacy of Technology-Enhanced Learning Resources in Anatomy Education? A Systematic Review. Anatomical Sciences Education. 2018
Comments in MOOCs: who is doing the talking and does it help? BJ Swinnerton, S Hotchkiss, NP Morris – Journal of Computer Assisted Learning, 2016
The integration of an anatomy massive open online course (MOOC) into a medical anatomy curriculum BJ Swinnerton, NP Morris, S Hotchkiss, JD Pickering – Anatomical Sciences Education, 2016
Mobile technology: students perceived benefits of apps for learning neuroanatomy NP Morris, J Lambe, J Ciccone, B Swinnerton – Journal of Computer Assisted Learning, 2016
Can demographic information predict MOOC learner outcomes? NP Morris, S Hotchkiss, B Swinnerton – eMOOCs Summit Proceedings Papers, 2015
Moving through MOOCS: pedagogy, learning design and patterns of engagement R Ferguson, D Clow, R Beale, AJ Cooper, NP Morris… – Design for Teaching and Learning in a Networked …, 2015 Do lecture audio-recordings support engagement and flexible learning?. Bickerdike S, Whittle SR, Pickering JD. Med Educ. 2014; 48 (5):522-523.
Measuring learning gain: Comparing anatomy drawing screencasts and paper-based resources. Pickering JD. Anat Sci Educ. 2016 In pres
Medical student use of Facebook to support preparation for anatomy assessments. Pickering JD, Bickerdike SR. Anat Sci Educ. 2016 In pres
A holistic model for evaluating the impact of individual technology-enhanced learning resources. Pickering JD, Joynes VCT. Medical Teacher. 2016; 38 (12):1242-1247
Anatomy drawing screencasts: enabling flexible learning for medical students.. Pickering JD. Anat Sci Educ. 2015; 8 (3):249-257.
Introduction of an anatomy eBook enhances assessment outcomes.
Pickering JD. Medical Education. 2015; 49 (5):522-523. Taking human anatomy drawings for teaching outside the classroom. Pickering JD. Surg Radiol Anat. 2014; 36 (9):953-954.