Some of our students have gone on to publish journal articles and conference papers inspired by or based on their work on the programme; here are some examples.
Babouris, V. (2010). Using Web 2.0 in Translator Training Proceedings from the 2nd Meeting of Greek-Speaking Translation Studies Scholars, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki.
Barry, W. (2011). Contributor to Poole, P. & Wheal, A., eds., Learning, Spaces and Technology: Exploring the Concept. Canterbury: Canterbury Christ Church University.
Boon, S. and Sinclair, C. (2009) A World I don’t Inhabit: disquiet and identity in Second Life and Facebook. Educational Media International 46 (2): 99-110
Davis, Richard M. (2010) Moving Targets: Web Preservation and Reference Management. Ariadne (62). ISSN 1361-3200.
di Gregorio, S. (2010) Using Web 2.0 tools for qualitative analysis: An exploration. Proceedings of the 43rd Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, January 5-8 2010, Computer Society Press.
Elliot, B. (2008). E-pedagogy and e-assessment. Proceedings from International Computer Assisted Assessment (CAA) Conference, Loughborough Universit, Leicestershire, UK.
Elliot, B. (2007). Assessment 2.0. Proceedings from International Computer Assisted Assessment (CAA) Conference, Loughborough University, Leicestershire, UK.
Irwin, B and Hramiak, A. (2010). A discourse analysis of trainee teacher identity in online discussion forums. Technology, Pedagogy and Education, 19(3): 361-377.
Warren, A., Littleton, F., & Macleod, H. (2009). Welcome to my World: Induction to Games for Learning, The 3rd European Conference for Game-Based Learning (pp. 379-387). Graz: Academic Publishing.
And to enjoy some alternative student output, watch Nicola Osborne performing a stand-up comedy routine on her MSc dissertation, at the Bright Club 12 Gathering, Edinburgh 2012.