Thursday, 1 November 2012

References for Edinburgh SRHE

References for a talk at Society for Research in Higher Education Digtal University Network seminar, Edinburgh University, November 1st 2012

Andresen, L. W.(2000) A Useable, Trans-Disciplinary Conception of Scholarship. Higher Education Research & Development, 19: 2, 137 — 153

Barker, D. (2004). The Scholarship of Engagement: A Taxonomy of Five Emerging Practices, Journal of Higher Education Outreach and Engagement, 9, 2, p. 123.

Beetham, H. (2009) Academic Values and Web cultures: points of rupture. Literacy in the Digital University, ESRC Seminar, Edinburgh University, October 16. Online at: (Accessed 09 March 2011)

Borgman, C. (2003). From Gutenburg to the Global Information Infrastructure. MIT Press.

Boyer, E. L. (1990). Scholarship reconsidered : priorities of the professoriate. Princeton, N.J., Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching. Online at: (Accessed February 14th 2012).

Calhoun, C. (2006). The University and the Public Good, Thesis Eleven, 84, 7: 7-43.

Cope, B. & Kalantzis, M. (2009) Signs of epistemic disruption: Trnasformations in the knowledge system of the academic journal. First Monday, 14, 4-6: Online at: (accessed June 2012)

Courant, P. (2008) Scholarship: The Wave of the Future in the Digital Age. In The Tower and the Cloud: Higher Education in the Age of Cloud Computing, R.Katz (Ed), Educause:

Engestrom, J. (2005) Why some social network services work and others don’t — Or: the case for object-centered sociality, Blog posting (April 13, 2005)

Fransman, J. (2013) Researching academic literacy practices around Twitter: Performative methods and their onto-ethical implications. In Robin Goodfellow and Mary Lea (eds) Literacy in the Digital University: Critical Perspectives on Learning, Scholarship and Technology. London: Routledge
Goodfellow, R (2006) From ‘Equal Access’ to ‘Widening Participation’: the Discourse of Equity in the Age of e-learning. In Joe Lockard and Mark Pegrum (eds) Brave New Classrooms, Educational Democracy and the Internet.  Peter Lang, New Formations Series

Holliman, R. (2011) The struggle for scientific consensus: communicating climate science around COP-15 in Wagoner, B., Jensen, E. and J. Oldmeadow (eds.) Culture and social change: Transforming society through the power of ideas. Information Age Publishers, Charlotte, N.C

Jenkins, H., Puroshotma, R., Clinton, K., Weigel, M., & Robison, A. (2005). Confronting the Challenges of Participatory Culture: Media Education for the 21st Century:  Online at: (Accessed February 14th 2012)

Jensen, M. (2007). Authority 3.0: Friend or Foe to Scholars? Journal of Scholarly Publishing, 39,1: 33-43.

Knorr- Cetina, K. (1997) Sociality with Objects: Social Relations in Postsocial Knowledge Societies. Theory, Culture and Society, 14,4: 1-30

Lankshear, C. & Knobel, M. (2012) ‘New’ literacies: technologies and values.  Revista Teknokultura, (2012), Vol. 9 Núm. 1: 45-69.

Lievrouw, L. A.(2010) 'Social Media and the Production of Knowledge: A Return to Little Science?', Social Epistemology, 24: 3, 219 — 237.

Palmer, Carole L., & Cragin, Melissa H. (2008). Scholarship and disciplinary practices. Annual Review of Information Science and Technology, 42

Pearce, N., Weller, M., Scanlon, E., Are Kinsley, S. (2010) Digital Scholarship Considered: How New Technologies Could Transform Academic Work. In Education 16,1: Online at:

Savage, M., Ruppert, E., Law, J. (2010) Digital Devices: nine theses. CRESC Working Paper Series, No.86.

Schön, D. (1995/2000) The New Scholarship Requires a New Epistemology. In Learning from Change: landmarks in teaching and learning in higher education,

Weller, M. (2012) The Ed Techie.

Weller, M. (2012) Digital Scholarship, tenure & barometers. (Blog post) online at: (accessed October 4th 2012)

Weller, M. (2011) The Digital Scholar: how technology is transforming scholarly practice. Bloomsbury Academic Press. Online at:  (Accessed March 23rd 2012)

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