2023: Reading through the Pandemic: Promoting Active Digital Engagement with Text-Based Resources (with G. Barrett, M. East, J. Fitzgibbons and M. Vescovi) IMPact: e-Journal of Higher Education Research, 6 (2), 1-30 (online).

2022: Promoting active engagement with text-based resources in large first-year modules in History (with J. Chandler, J. Wood, G. Barrett and M. East), in A. Logan & A. M. Farrell, eds., Pedagogy for Higher Education Large Classes (PHELC) – Proceedings of the Fourth PHELC Symposium Hybrid Event, 10th June 2022 (Dublin: Dublin City University), 40-44 (online).   

2022: Learning About the Past Through Digital Play: History Students and Video Games (with E. Stirling), in R. Houghton, ed. Teaching the Middle Ages through Modern Games: Using, Modding and Creating Games for Education and Impact (Berlin: De Gruyter Oldebourg, 2022), 29-46. 

2022: Collaborative Annotation to Support Students’ Online Reading Skills (with M. East and H. Williard), in. S. Hrastinski, ed., Designing Courses with Digital Technologies: Insights and Examples from History Education (New York: Routledge), 66-71.

2022: Reading online during lockdown: insights from History and Heritage (with M. East and L. Warriner-Wood), in M. G. Jamil and D. Morley, eds., Agile Learning Environments amid Disruption: Evaluating Academic innovations in Higher Education during Covid-19 (Palgrave-Macmillan), 461-478. 

2021: “Actual history doesn’t take place”: Digital Gaming, Accuracy and Authenticity (with E. Stirling) Games Studies 21.1 (online).

2016: “Now I understand what you were trying to do, I see that this was the best module I had at University”: Student Learning Expectations Reviewed Eight Years Later (with T. Hervey), European Journal of Current Legal Issues 22.3.

2015: Ecstasi project: using technology to encourage creativity in the assessment process (with M. Kutar and M. Griffiths), in UKAIS International Conference 2015 Information Systems Impact: Making Research Matter, 16-18 March 2015, University of Oxford

2015: Making Medieval History digitally at the University of Lincoln (with A. Liuzzo Scorpo), in L. Thomas, ed., Compendium of effective practice in directed independent learning (York: Higher Education Academy), 68-72. 

2014: Social Bookmarking Pedagogies in Higher Education: A Comparative Study (with N. Taha and A. Cox), International Journal of Information Systems in the Service Sector, 6.1, 24-36.

2014: Making historians digitally: online approaches to inquiry-based learning in history in higher education in the UK (with A. Liuzzo Scorpo, M. Rahman, L. Matthews-Jones, E. Bell and S. Taylor), in J. Carfora & P. Blessinger, eds., Inquiry-Based Learning for the Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences: A Conceptual and Practical Resource for Educators (Bingley: Emerald), vol. 2, pp. 397-412. 

2012: An Inquiry-Based Approach to Teaching Research Methods in Information Studies (with A. Vasconcelos, K. Albright and R. Petrulis), Education for Information, 29.1, 19-38. 

2011: Helping students to become disciplinary researchers using questioning, social bookmarking and inquiry-based learning, Practice and Evidence of the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education, 6.1 (online).

2011: A Collaborative Evaluation of Student-Staff Partnership in Inquiry-Based Educational Development (with L. Goldring, A. Bestwick and E. Barnes), in S. Little, ed., Staff-Student Partnership in Higher Education (London: Continuum), 16-30.

2011: The Confidence To Do Things That I Know Nothing About: skills development through extra-curricular inquiry activity (with S. Little, L. Goldring and L. Jenkins), Journal of Learning Development in Higher Education, 3 (online). 

2010: Introducing Digital Literacy Skills through IBL: a comparative study of UG and PG Business Information Systems students (with M. Kutar and M. Griffiths), ITALICS 9.2 (online). 

2010: Constructing disciplinary inquiry communities through Web 2.0 (with M. Ryan), in R. Donnelly, J. Harvey and K. C. O’Rourke, eds., Critical Design and Effective Tools for E-Learning in Higher Education (Hershey: IGI Global), 195-211.

2010: Inquiry based assessment of statistical methods in psychology (with R. Rowe and P. McKinney), P. Bidgood, N. Hunt and F. Jolliffe, eds., Assessment Methods in Statistical Education: An International Perspective (Chichester: Wiley), 189-199. 

2010: Does inquiry-based learning increase student engagement? The case of a first year history survey course (with A. Ralston), in K. Curran and L. Lavender, eds., Building Inclusive Academic Communities: Cases Studies in History, Classics and Archaeology (Liverpool: Higher Education Academy Subject Centre for History, Classics and Archaeology), 19-22. 

2010: Getting dynamic with group dynamics: facilitating collaborative enquiry-based learning in practice (with L. Goldring, S. Logan and K. Jones), in C. Corker, ed., Enquiry, Autonomy & Graduateness: Achieving an outstanding student learning experience. Conference Proceedings (Sheffield: Centre for Promoting Learner Autonomy, Sheffield Hallam University). 

2009: Design for Inquiry-based Learning Case Studies, Journal of Learning Development in Higher Education, 1 (online). 

2009: A Learning Development Team: Three developers, one pedagogy (with P. McKinney and S. Little), Journal of Learning Development in Higher Education, 1 (online). 

2009: Inquiry-based learning pedagogies in the arts and social sciences: purposes, conceptions and approaches (with P. Levy), in C. Rust, ed., Proceedings of the 16th Improving Student Learning Symposium (Oxford: Oxford Centre for Staff and Learning Development), 128-142.

2009: The Confidence To Do Things That I Know Nothing About: skills development through extra-curricular inquiry activity (with S. Little, L. Goldring and L. Jenkins), in P. Levy and P. McKinney, eds., Proceedings of the 3rd Learning Through Enquiry Alliance Conference (Sheffield: Centre for Inquiry-based Learning in the Arts and Social Sciences, University of Sheffield), 204-213.