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The key references that have informed my learning, including publications of my own

Agostinho, S (2006).
The use of a visual learning design representation to document and communicate teaching ideas
In: Proceedings of the 23rd Annual AsciliteConference: Who’s Learning? Whose Technology?, Sydney.

Argyris, C and Schön, D (1978).
Organizational learning: a theory of action perspective
Addison-Wesley, Reading, Mass. (ISBN: 0201001748).

Ashby, WR (1956).
An Introduction to Cybernetics
Chapman and Hall, London.

Atkins, K and Hopkin, N (2012).
How We Learn What We Learn
Rosendale School, London, 2 ed.

Beer, S (1985).
Diagnosing The System for Organisations
John Wiley, London.

Bell, TE and Thayer, TA (1976).
Software requirements: Are they really a problem?
Proceedings of the 2nd international conference on Software engineering:62-68.

Bliss, J and Ogborn, J (1989).
Tools for exploratory learning: A research programme
Journal of Computer Assisted Learning, 5(1):37-50.

Boylorn, R (2008).
Participants as Co-Researchers
In: The SAGE encyclopedia of qualitative research methods, ed. by L. Given. Sage Publications Ltd, California, chap. 15, pp. 600-602.

Britain, S (2004).
A Review of Learning Design: Concept, Specifications and Tools
JISC, technical report.

Brocki, J and Wearden, A (2006).
A critical evaluation of the use of interpretative phenomenological analysis (IPA) in health psychology
Psychology and Health, 21(1):87-108.

Bruner, JS (1966).
Toward a Theory of Instruction
Harvard University Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts.

Chapman, C, Ramondt, L, and Smiley, G (2005).
Strong community, deep learning: exploring the link
Innovations in Education and Teaching International, 42(3):217-230.

Costa, A and Kallick, B (1993).
Through the Lens of a Critical Friend
Educational Leadership, 51(2):49-51.

Craik, KJW (1943).
The Nature of Explanation
Cambridge University Press. (ISBN: 0521094453).

Deming, WE (1982).
Out of the Crisis
MIT Press, Massachusetts.

Denzin, NK and Lincoln, YS (2005).
The SAGE Handbook of Qualitative Research
Sage Publications, Inc, third ed. (ISBN: 978-0-7619-2757-0).

Derrick, C (2003).
Input CBBC - CBBC User-generated content Project 2002/3

Dewey, J (1933).
How We Think. A restatement of the relation of reflective thinking to the educative process
D C Heath, Boston. (ISBN: 0-486-29895-7).

Dewey, J (1897).
My Pedagogic Creed
School Journal, 54:77-80.

Donoghue, A (1984).
Computers in the Curriculum Newsletter 6
Miscellaneous publication, project newsletter.

Ellis, C (2004).
The Ethnographic I: A methodological novel about autoethnography
Altamira Press, Walnut Creek, California.

Engeström, Y (1999).
Learning by Expanding: An Activity - Theoretical Approach to Developmental Research

Fothergill, R (1981).
The Microelectronics Education Programme Strategy

Friedman, B, Khan, P, and Borning, A (2006).
Value Sensitive Design and Information Systems
In: Human-computer interaction in management information systems: Foundations, ed. by P. Zhang and D. Galletta (eds.). Armonk, New York, chap. 16, pp. 348-372.

Fuller, R, McHale, J, and Inventory, SIUaCWR (1965).
World Design Science Decade, 1965-1975: Five Two-year Phases of a World Retooling Design Proposed to the International Union of Architects for Adoption by World Architectural Schools
World Resources Inventory. World Design Science Decade, 1965-1975: Five Two-year Phases of a World Retooling Design Proposed to the International Union of Architects for Adoption by World Architectural Schools.

Gagné, RM (1985).
The Conditions of Learning
Holt, Rinehart & Winston, New York, 4 ed.

Golafshani, N (2003).
Understanding Reliability and Validity in Qualitative Research
The Qualitative Report, 8(4):597-607.

Gregory, R (1966).
Eye and Brain: the psychology of seeing
Weidenfeld & Nicolson, London. (ISBN: 0-691-04837-1).

Gregory, S (1966).
The Design Method

Griffin, EA (2006).
A First Look at Communication Theory
McGraw-Hill, Boston.

Griffiths, D, Heppell, S, Millwood, R, and Mladenova, G (1994).
Translating software: What it means and what it costs for small cultures and large cultures
Computers & Education, 22(1–2):9 - 17.

Hammond, M (2010).
What is an affordance and can it help us understand the use of ICT in education?
Education and Information Technologies, 15(3):205-217.

Hargreaves, DH (1975).
Interpersonal Relations and Education
Routledge & Kegan Paul, London.

Hart, K (1981).
Children's Understanding of Mathematics: 11-16
Murray, London. (ISBN: 9781905200023).

Heron, J (1992).
Feeling and Personhood: Psychology in Another Key
Sage Publications, London.

Heron, J and PR (2006).
The Practice of Co-operative Inquiry: Research ‘with’ Rather Than ‘on’ People.
In: Handbook of Action Research, ed. by Peter Reason and Bradbury Hilary. Sage Publications, London, chap. 16, pp. 144–154.

Hill, WF (1985).
Learning: A Survey of Psychological Interpretations
Harper & Row, Cambridge Massachusetts.

Holt, J (1976).
Instead of Education
Penguin Books Ltd, New York.

Hudson, A (2009).
New Professionals and New Technologies in New Higher Education?
Thesis, Nationella Forskarskolan i Pedagogiskt Arbete, Umeå University, Umeå University, Department of Interactive Media and Learning (IML), SE-901 87 Umeå, Sweden. (ISBN: 978-91-7264-824-1).

Illich, I (1970).
Deschooling Society
Penguin Books Ltd, New York.

James, W (1898).
Philosophical Conceptions and Practical Results
In: University of California Chronicle, ed. by -. University of California, vol. 1, chap. 1, pp. 287-310.

Jewitt, C (2012).
An introduction to using video for research

Johnson-Laird, PN (1983).
Mental Models: Toward a Cognitive Science of Language, Inference and Consciousness
Harvard University Press. (ISBN: 978-0-674-56882-2).

Kind, A (2005).

Kolb, DA (1984).
Experiental Learning
Prentice-Hall, New Jersey.

Koper, R (2006).
Current Research in Learning Design
Educational Technology & Society, 9(1):13-22.

Laurillard, D (2012).
Teaching as a Design Science: Building Pedagogical Patterns for Learning and Technology
Routledge, New York. (ISBN: 041580387X).

Lewin, K (1948).
Action Research and Minority Problems
In: Resolving Social Conflicts, ed. by Gertrud Lewin. Souvenir Press (Educational & Academic) Ltd, London, chap. 13, pp. 201-216.

Light, A and Luckin, R (2008).
Designing for social justice: people, technology, learning
Booklet, Booklet.

Lodico, M, Spaulding, D, and Voegtle, K (2010).
Methods in Educational Research: From Theory to Practice
John Wiley & Sons, 2 ed. (ISBN: 978-0470436806).

Marr, D (1982).
Vision: A Computational Investigation into the Human Representation and Processing of Visual Information
Freeman, New York.

Maréchal, G (2010).
In: Encyclopedia of case study research, ed. by A J Mills, G Durepos and E Wiebe. Sage Publications, California, vol. 2, chap. 4, pp. 43-45.

McDonald, B, Atkins, Jenkins, and Kemmis (1977).
Computer assisted learning: its educational potential
In: National Development Programme in Computer Assisted Learning, Final Report of the Director, Richard Hooper, ed. by Richard Hooper. Council for Educational Technology of the United Kingdom, London, chap. 3, pp. 33-62.

Mead, GH (1934).
Mind, self and society
University of Chicago Press.

Melling, A and Patton, S (2007).
100,000 heads are better than one
NCSL, Nottingham, 3 ed.

Millwood, R (2014).
From Mathematics Teacher to Computer Assisted Learning Researcher
In: Reflections on the History of Computers in Education, ed. by Tatnall, Arthur and Davey, Bill, vol. 424, pp. 302-309, Springer Berlin Heidelberg. IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology. (ISBN: 978-3-642-55118-5).

Millwood, R (2013c).
Learning Theory blog

Millwood, R (2013b).
Learning Theory concept map

Millwood, R (2013a).
Report on good practice of innovative applications of learning theories in TEL v1
European Union, Deliverable.

Millwood, R (2012).
How does technology enhance learning

Millwood, R (2009b).
A short history off-line

Millwood, R (2009a).
The learner at the centre

Millwood, R (2008b).
Can we improve the future with lessons from our past?
In: JISC Regional Support Centre South West Summer Conference, pp. 32, Brentwood, Richard Millwood.

Millwood, R (2008a).
An analysis of delight

Millwood, R (2007).
Happiest days?
Miscellaneous publication, television programme.

Millwood, R (2006c).
What jobs do student researchers in Ultraversity do?
Booklet, Booklet.

Millwood, R (2006b).
Innovation in assessment
Booklet, Booklet.

Millwood, R (2006a).
What action did student researchers take?
Booklet, Booklet.

Millwood, R (2004).
COGS Passport

Millwood, R (1997).
Interfaces – No. 35
Miscellaneous publication, British Computer Society HCI Group.

Millwood, R (1987).
Strategies for Computer Assisted Learning
Masters Thesis, King's College London.

Millwood, R and Powell, S (2011).
A cybernetic analysis of a university-wide curriculum innovation
Campus-Wide Information Systems, 28(4):258-274.

Millwood, R and Riley, D (1988).
An analysis of a single interaction

Millwood, R and Smith, T (1994).
Caught in the Web: Traditions, Cultures & Spidermen
In: Proceedings of the Multimedia over Networks conference, ed. by Josep Blat, University of the Balearic Islands, Palma Mallorca, University of the Balearic Islands.

Millwood, R and Stevens, M (1990).
What is the modelling curriculum?
Computers & Education, 15(1-3):249-254.

Mor, Y (2010).
A Design Approach to Research in Technology Enhanced Mathematics Education
PhD Thesis, Institute of Education, University of London, London.

Neesham, C (1990).
Apple is funding a project to show how multimedia technology can aid education

Newman, W and Sproull, R (1989).
Principles of Interactive Computer Graphics
McGraw-Hill. McGraw-Hill computer science series.

Norman, D (1983b).
Four Stages of User Activities
In: Interact '84 Conference Papers, vol. 1, pp. 81-85, IFIP.

Norman, D (1983a).
Some Observations on Mental Models
In: Mental Models, ed. by Dedre Gentner & Albert L Stevens. Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc., New Jersey, chap. 1, pp. 7-14. Cognitive Science.

Ogborn, J (2011).
Joan Bliss obituary
Miscellaneous publication, The Guardian newspaper.

Owers, S (2001).
The Place and Perception of Technology in the Curriculum: Historical Developments up to 1997
PhD Thesis, Anglia Ruskin University.

Papert, S (1980).
Mindstorms: Children, Computers, and Powerful Ideas
Harvester, Sussex.

Peirce, CS and Hartshorne, C (1935).
How to Make Our Ideas Clear
In: Collected Papers of Charles Sanders Peirce, Volumes V and VI, Pragmatism and Pragmaticism and Scientific Metaphysics, ed. by Not sure. Harvard University Press, chap. V-VI, pp. 248-256.

Piaget, J (1953).
The origin of intelligence in the child
Routledge & Kegan Paul, New York.

Polyani, M (1966).
The Tacit Dimension
University of Chicago Press, Chicago.

Powell, S, Tindal, I, and Millwood, R (2008).
Personalized Learning and the Ultraversity Experience
Interactive Learning Environments, 16(1):63-81.

Ralph, P and Wand, Y (2009).
A Proposal for a Formal Definition of the Design Concept
In: Design Requirements Engineering: A Ten-Year Perspective, ed. by Kalle Lyytinen, Pericles Loucopoulos, John Mylopoulos & Bill Robinson, pp. 103-136, Berlin, Springer. Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing (ISBN: 978-3-540-92966-6).

Ramondt, L and Heppell, S (1988).
Online Learning — Implications For The University For Industry; A Preliminary Case Study Report
Journal of Education through Partnership, 2(2):7-28.

Richardson, L (2000).
Evaluating ethnography
Qualitative Inquiry, 6(2):253-255.

Rogers, Y, Rutherford, A, and Bibby, P (1992).
Models In the Mind - Theory, Perspective, and Application
Academic Press, London.

Roth, W (2009).
Auto/Ethnography and the Question of Ethics
Forum: Qualitative Social Research, 10(1).

Schön, D (1983).
The Reflective Practitioner, How Professionals Think In Action
Basic Books. (ISBN: 0-465-06878-2).

Scrivener, S (1983).
Factors Which Influence How a Person Perceives Objects Represented in a Two-dimensional Picture
Miscellaneous publication, conference presentation.

Seligman, M (1998).
Learned Optimism
Free Press, New York. (ISBN: 0671019112).

Shavelson, R, Phillips, DC, Towne, L, and Feuer, MJ (2003).
On the Science of Education Design Studies
Educational Researcher, 32(1):25-28.

Shrum, W, Duque, R, and Brown, T (2005).
Digital Video as Research Practice: Methodology for the Millennium
Journal of Research Practice, 1(1).

Siemens, G (2005).
Connectivism: A Learning Theory for the Digital Age

SMILE (1984).
SMILE Centre, Middle Row School, Kensal Road, London W10 5DB, 2 ed. (ISBN: 0708500099).

Smith, C (2002).
Ultraversity - letter of support

Smith, JA, Flowers, P, and Larkin, M (2009).
Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis: Theory, Method and Research
Sage Publications Ltd, London. (ISBN: 1412908345).

Somekh, B and Zeichner, K (2009).
Action research for educational reform: remodelling action research theories and practices in local contexts
Educational Action Research, 17(1):5-21.

Stevenson, D (1997).
Information And Communications Technology in Uk Schools - an Independent Inquiry

Trowler, P (2008).
Cultures and Change in Higher Education: Theories and Practices
Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke.

University of Bolton, BoSRD (2008).
Regulations and Procedures Governing the Award of the Degrees of: Doctor of Philosophy by Published Work and Doctor of Philosophy by Practice,
Miscellaneous publication, University Regulation.

von Glaserfeld, E (1995).
Radical Constructivism: A Way of Knowing and Learning
Falmer, London.

Vygotsky, L (1986).
Thought and Language
The MIT Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts.

Watson, D (1987).
Developing CAL: Computers in the Curriculum
Harper & Row, London. (ISBN: 9780063183827).

Watters, A (2012).
Why Should Techies Care About Education Theory?

Wegerif, R and Mercer, N (1997).
A Dialogical Framework for Researching Peer Talk
In: Computers and Talk in the Primary Classroom, ed. by Rupert Wegerif and Peter Scrimshaw. Multilingual Matters, Clevedon, chap. 5, pp. 49-65.

Wenger, E (1999).
Communities of Practice: Learning, Meaning, and Identity
Cambridge University Press.

Wertsch, JV (1985).
Vygotsky and the Social Formation of Mind
Harvard University Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts.

Winter, R, Griffiths, M, and Green, K (2000).
The 'Academic' Qualities of Practice - What are the criteria for a practice-based PhD?
Studies in Higher Education, 25(1):25-37.

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