Schome publications

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Journal articles, books and book chapters

2014

  • Sheehy, K., Ferguson, R. & Clough, G. (2014). Augmented Education, Palgrave, New York. (some references to Schome in the context of other learning and teaching innovations)

2013

  • Ferguson, R., Gillen, J., Peachey, A., & Twining, P. (2013). The strength of cohesive ties: discursive construction of an online learning community. In M. Childs, & A. Peachey (Eds.), Understanding Learning in Virtual Worlds (pp. 83-100). London, Heidelberg, New York, Dordrecht: Springer.

2012

  • Ferguson, Rebecca (2012). Death of an avatar: implications of presence for learners and educators in virtual worlds. Journal of Gaming & Virtual Worlds, 4(2) 137-152.
  • Gillen, J., Ferguson, R., Peachey, A., & Twining, P. (in press) Seeking planning permission to build a Gothic cathedral on a virtual island. In G. Merchant, J. Gillen, J. Marsh & J. Davies (eds) Virtual literacies: interactive spaces for children and young people. New York: Routledge.
  • Gillen, J., Ferguson, R., Peachey, A. & Twining, P. (2012) Distributed cognition in a virtual world. Language and Education.26 (2) 151-167.
  • Gillen, J. (2012) Archaeology in a virtual world: Schome Park. In R. Jones (ed.) Discourse and Creativity.pp. 191-210. Harlow: Pearson.

2011

  • Ferguson, Rebecca (2011). Meaningful learning and creativity in virtual worlds. Thinking Skills and Creativity, 6(3), pp. 169–178.

2010

  • Clough, G. & Ferguson, R. (2010) Virtual Worlds Are Authentic Sites for Learning. In Sheehy, K; Ferguson, R. & Clough, G. (Eds) (2010) Virtual Worlds: Controversies at the Frontier of Education. pp.85-102. New York: Nova Science Publishing.
  • Ferguson, R. & Sheehy, K. (2010) Breaking down the Barriers between Teachers and Learners. In Sheehy, K; Ferguson, R. & Clough, G. (Eds) (2010) Virtual Worlds: Controversies at the Frontier of Education. pp.143-158. New York: Nova Science Publishing.
  • Ferguson, R; Sheehy, K. & Clough, G. (2010) Challenging Education in Virtual Worlds. In Sheehy, K; Ferguson, R. & Clough, G. (Eds) (2010) Virtual Worlds: Controversies at the Frontier of Education. pp.1-16. New York: Nova Science Publishing.
  • Ferguson R., Harrison R., and Weinbren D. (2010) Heritage and the Recent and Contemporary Past in Benton, T. (Ed.), Understanding Heritage and Memory Manchester: Manchester University Press
  • Gillen, J. (2010) New literacies in Schome Park. In Peachey et al (Eds) Researching Learning in Virtual Worlds, pp.75-90, London: Springer & The Open University.
  • Peachey, A. (2010) Living in Immaterial Worlds: who are we when we learn and teach in virtual worlds? In Sheehy, K; Ferguson, R. & Clough, G. (Eds) (2010) Virtual Worlds: Controversies at the Frontier of Education. pp.33-52. New York: Nova Science Publishing.
  • Rix, J. (2010) 21st-Century Skills… All Dressed up in the Technology of the Knowledge Age? In Sheehy, K; Ferguson, R. & Clough, G. (Eds) (2010) Virtual Worlds: Controversies at the Frontier of Education. pp.103-124. New York: Nova Science Publishing.
  • Sheehy, K. (2010) Virtual Environments: Issues and Opportunities for Researching Inclusive Educational Practices. In Peachey et al (Eds) Researching Learning in Virtual Worlds, pp.1-15, London: Springer & The Open University.
  • Sheehy, K; Ferguson, R. & Clough, G. (Eds) (2010) Virtual Worlds: Controversies at the Frontier of Education. New York: Nova Science Publishing.
  • Sheehy, K. & Seamans, D. (2010) Virtual Worlds: The states of play. In Sheehy, K; Ferguson, R. & Clough, G. (Eds) (2010) Virtual Worlds: Controversies at the Frontier of Education. pp.17-32. New York: Nova Science Publishing.
  • Twining, P. (2010) When Educational Worlds Collide. In Sheehy, K; Ferguson, R. & Clough, G. (Eds) (2010) Virtual Worlds: Controversies at the Frontier of Education. pp.125-142. New York: Nova Science Publishing.
  • Twining,P. & Footring, S. (2010) The Schome Park Programme – exploring educational alternatives. In Peachey et al (Eds) Researching Learning in Virtual Worlds, pp.53-74, London: Springer & The Open University.

2009

  • Gillen, J. (2009) Literacy practices in Schome Park: a virtual literacy ethnography. Journal of Research in Reading Vol 32, Issue 1, 2009, pp.57-74. DOI: 10.1111/j.1467-9817.2008.01381.x
  • Gillen, J., Twining, P., Ferguson, R., Butters, O., Clough, G., Gaved, M., Peachey, A., Seamans, D. & Sheehy, K. (2009) A learning community for teens on a virtual island - The Schome Park Teen Second Life Pilot project. eLearning Papers. No.15. June 2009. ISSN 1887-1542. http://www.openeducationeuropa.eu/en/article/A-learning-community-for-teens-on-a-virtual-island---The-Schome-Park-Teen-Second-Life-Pilot-project (accessed 8-Jan-2015)
  • Sheehy, K; Ferguson, R. & Clough, G. (2009) Learning in the Panopticon: ethical and social issues in building a virtual educational environment. International Journal of Social Sciences. Vol 2, No 2, pp.89-96.
  • Twining, P. (2009) Exploring the educational potential of virtual worlds - some reflections from the SPP. British Journal of Educational Technology. Vol.40, No.3. pp.496-514.
  • Twining P. and Peachey A. (2009) Open Virtual Worlds as Pedagogical Research Tools: Learning From The Schome Park Programme in Tatnall, A. and Jones, A. (Eds) WCCE 2009 New York: IFIP

2008

  • Craft, A., Chappell, K. & Twining, P. (2008) Learners reconceptualising education: widening participation through creative engagement?, Innovations in Education & Teaching International, Vol 45, No 3, pp235-245.
  • Footring, S., Wilson, R., Ferguson, R., Gillen, J., Pollmuller, B., Sheehy, K. and Peachey, A. (2009) The Schome Park Programme Symposium at Researching Learning in Virtual Environments 08, Milton Keynes, UK. November 20-21
  • Pollmuller, B., Clough, G. & Gillen, J. (2008) Animation in Education: its impact on learning, literacy and creativity - understanding teenagers' creativity through making machinima in a 3D virtual world known as Schome Park. Networks 11, July. 3-4.
  • Sheehy, K. & Bucknall, S. (2008) Young people's Visions of Future educational systems. Learning, Media and Technology, Vol 3, No 2, pp101-114 .
  • Sheehy, K. & Ferguson, R. (2008) Educational inclusion and new technologies, in T. B. Scott & J. I. Livingstone (Eds.), Leading Edge Educational Technology. New York: Nova Science Publishers.

2007

Conference papers/presentations

2013

  • Ferguson, R. (2013). Death of an avatar. Paper presented at the Death, Dying and Disposal 11 conference, Milton Keynes, UK (5-8 Sept 2013).

2011

  • Ferguson, R. (2011). Death of an avatar. Paper presented at the Creating Second Lives conference, Bangor, Wales (8-9 Sept 2011).
  • Ferguson, R., Gillen, J., Peachey, A., & Twining, P. (2011). The strength of cohesive ties: discursive construction of an online learning community. Paper presented at Researching Learning in Virtual Environments (ReLive) (21-22 Sept, 2011), The Open University, Milton Keynes, UK.
  • Gillen, J. (2011) Exploring a learning ecology: Teenagers' literacy practices in a Teen Second Life Project - Schome Park plus Appendix. Paper presented as part of a symposium: Researching the Literacy Practices of Children and Young People in Virtual Worlds, American Educational Research Conference, New Orleans April 8-12.
  • Gillen, J. (2011) Digital literacies: children and teenagers learning in formal and informal settings including in virtual worlds. Presentation to MIRACLE (Mixed reality interactions across contexts of learning) project, Intermedia, University of Oslo. 20 October.

2010

  • Ferguson, R. (2010). A sea of colour: using virtual worlds to inspire and empower young learners. Paper presented at the Association of Internet Researchers, Internet Research 11, Gothenburg, Sweden (21 Oct-23 Oct 2010)
  • Gillen, J. (2010) A learning community for teens on a virtual island. Invited presentation at Uusi Koulu - koulu media alkakaudella - A new school - a school for the media age. Mikkeli, Finland. 18 March.

2009

  • Gillen, J. (2009) Archaeology with teenagers in a virtual world. Invited paper at 3rd International Roundtable on Discourse Analysis: discourse and creativity. City University of Hong Kong. 7-9 May.
  • Gillen, J., Ferguson, R. & Peachey, A. (2009) Regattas in Schome Park: fostering a community of learners in a virtual world project with teenagers. Paper presented in the symposium Learning with computer games, virtual 3D environments, and computer simulations: in and between form. 13th biennial conference of the European Association for Research on Learning and Instruction. Amsterdam, August 25th - 29th.

2008

  • Footring, S. (2008) A view of Schome Park, Virtual Worlds in Education Forum, Birmingham, 13th February, 2008.
  • Gillen, J. (2008) Navigating Schome Park: cognition in the virtual wild. Space Interaction Discourse, University of Aalborg, Denmark. November 12-14.
  • Gillen, J. & The Schome Community (2008) Literacies in Schome Park: a 'Second Life' virtual worlds project for teenagers. Paper presented at ‘Identities, cultures and literacies’ 44th International Conference of the UK Literacy Association, Liverpool Hope University 11-13 July.
  • Gillen, J. (2008) Schome Park: Exploring digital literacy practices in a teen second life project. Keynote presentation at Digital Readings: new literacies for the classroom. UKLA regional conference. University of Sheffield November 8, 2008
  • Macintyre, R. (2008) Inbetweenness OR in two places at once ..., in Peachey et al (Eds) ReLIVE08: Proceedings of Researching Learning In Virtual Environment, pp.208-215, Milton Keynes: The Open University.
  • Peachey, A. (2008) Schommunicating. The HEA Massively MultiLearner Workshop, Norwich: The Higher Education Academy, 18th March 2008.
  • Peachey, A., Gillen, J. & Ferguson, R. (2008) Fluid leadership in a multi-user virtual environment educational project with teenagers: Schome Park. Paper presented at Ecologies of Diversities: the developmental and historical interarticulation of human meditational forms: meeting of the International Society for Cultural and Activity Research, San Diego,USA. September 8-13.
  • Twining, P. & Footring, S. (2008) The Schome Park Programme – exploring educational alternatives. Researching Learning in Virtual Environments 2008: Milton Keynes, November 2008.
  • Twining, P. & Footring, S. (2008) The Schome Park Programme – exploring educational alternatives, in Peachey et al (Eds) ReLIVE08: Proceedings of Researching Learning In Virtual Environment, pp.369-380, Milton Keynes: The Open University.

2007

  • Clough, G., & Ferguson, R. (2007) Developing knowledge-age skills in a Teen Second Life community. Handheld Learning conference, October 2007, London.
  • Craft, A; Twining, P. & Chappell, K. (2007) Aspiring to transform education? 'Impossibility thinking' as a living experiment - Young learners aspiring towards creative education futures, BERA Conference, September 2007, London.
  • Gillen, J. (2007) A virtual island: clashes of discourses around a 'Teen Second Life' online project. Language Ideologies and Media Discourse: Texts, Practices, Policies, University of Leeds, 3rd . 5th September, 2007.
  • Gillen, J. (2007) The discourses of a virtual island: the schome-NAGTY Teen Second Life project, Literacy Research Discussion Group, Lancaster University. 16 October.
  • Seamans, D. (2007) The Vital SPark: Managing a dynamic learning space in Teen Second Life, University of Twente, Interdisciplinary Second Life Workshop, 14th June 2007.
  • Sheehy, K. (2007) Learning in Second Life: Real life ethical issues. The Open University Ethics Centre Inaugural Conference, Milton Keynes: The Open University, May 2007.
  • Twining, P. (2007) Using Teen Second Life to explore visions of schome, Second LifeBest Practices in Education Conference, Second Life Main Grid, 25th May 2007.
  • Twining, P. (2007) Developing Visions of Schome, Massively Multi-Learner conference, University of Paisley, 22nd March 2007.
  • Twining, P, Craft, A. & Chappell, K. (2007) Learners Reconceptualising Education: widening participation through creative engagment? Higher Education Academy, Cardiff 8-10 Jan 2007.

2006

  • Cooke, D. & Twining, P. (2006) The eSIR Reference Statement, IFIP, June 2006, Norway.
  • Twining, P. & Sheehy, K. (2006) Not school - not home - schome - the education system for the Information Age, IFIP, June 2006, Norway.

Reports

2008

2007

Posters

2014

  • The poster Schome: the education system for the information age appears as a full-page colour illustration in Weinbren, D. (2014) The Open University: A history, Manchester University Press.

2010

  • Gillen, J., Ferguson, R., Peachey, A. & Twining, P. (2010) Sailing in Schome Park: humour and learning in a virtual world project with teenagers. Paper presented at the American Research Association Annual Meeting: Understanding complex ecologies in a changing world. Denver. April 30 - May 5.

2008

2007

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