Linda Creanor Publications and Articles
Macdonald, J. & Creanor, L. (2010) Learning with Online and Mobile Technologies: a Student Guide, Gower, London.
Creanor L. & Walker, S. (2012). Learning Technology in Context: a case for the sociotechnical interaction framework as an analytical lens for networked learning research, in L. Dirckinck-Holmfeld, V. Hodgson, D. McConnell (Eds) ‘Exploring the Theory, Pedagogy and Practice of Networked Learning’, 173-187, Springer, New York
Creanor L. & Trinder, K. (2010). Managing Study and Life with Technology, in R. Sharpe, H. Beetham & S. De Freitas (eds) Rethinking learning for a digital age: how learners are shaping their own experiences, 43-56, Routledge, New York
Creanor, L. (forthcoming 2012), Raising the profile: an institutional case study of embedding scholarship and innovation through distributive leadership, in Innovations in Education and Teaching International
Walker S. and Creanor L. (2009), The STIN in the Tale: a socio-technical interaction perspective on networked learning, Journal for Educational Technology and Society, 12, (4), 305-316.
Creanor L., Trinder K., Gowan, D., Howells C. (2008), Life, Learning and Technology: views from the learners, Journal for Learning and Teaching in Higher Education, 2, 26-41. http://www2.glos.ac.uk/offload/tli/lets/lathe/issue2/articles/howells.pdf
Walker S. & Creanor L. (2005), Crossing Complex Boundaries: transnational online education in European trade unions, Journal for Computer Assisted Learning. 21, 5, 343-354 http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/j.1365-2729.2005.00141.x/pdf
Creanor L. & Walker S. (2005), Learning Architectures and Negotiation of Meaning in European Trade Unions, ALT-J: Research in Learning Technology, 13, 2, 109–123 http://repository.alt.ac.uk/595/
Creanor L. (2002) A Tale of Two Courses: a comparative study of tutoring online, Open Learning Vol 17, No 1, pp57-68, Taylor & Francis, London. http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/02680510120110175
Walker S, Creanor L (2001) Potenzialita e problemi del progetto ETUDE, Formazione Domani 39/40, pp67-72, Instituto Addestramento Lavoratori, Rome
Creanor L., Littlejohn A. (2000) Preparing for Online Learning and Teaching: a cross-institutional approach to staff development in internet communication, Journal of Computer Assisted Learning, 16, 3 pp271-279, Blackwell. http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1046/j.1365-2729.2000.00138.x/pdf
Creanor L., Walker S. (2000) European Trade Union Distance Education, Educational Media International, 37, 4, pp263-269, Routledge
Creanor L., Drysdale J., and Temple B. (1998) Two models of Virtual Learning Environments for University Staff and Students, CTI Engineering Journal, 14, pp25-28.
Creanor L, Durndell H, Primrose C. (1996) Library and Study Skills using Hypertext: the TILT experience, The New Review of Hypermedia and Multimedia, Applications and Research, Vol 2, pp 121-147, Taylor Graham. London
Creanor L. and Primrose C. (1996) Information Skills: The Hypertext Approach, in M. Popham M. and Hughes L. (eds), Computing and Teaching in the Humanities, CTI Centre for Textual Studies Occasional Series, Number 2, pp 74-77, University of Oxford
Creanor L. and Durndell H. (1994): Teaching Information Handling Skills with Hypertext, Program, vol 28 No. 4, pp349-365, Aslib.
Peer-reviewed Conference Proceedings
Walker, S. & Creanor, L. (2012), Towards an Ontology of Networked Learning, in Hodgson, V, Jones, C, de Laat, M, McConnell, D, Ryberg, T & Sloep, P (Eds), Proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Networked Learning, Maastricht, 2-4 April, 448-455, ISBN 978-1-86220-283-2 http://www.networkedlearningconference.org.uk/abstracts/jones_symposium.html
Creanor, L. (2011). Scholarship, leadership and technology: a case study of embedding evidence-based practice. In G.Williams, N. Brown, M. Pittard, B. Cleland (Eds.) Changing Demands, Changing Directions. Proceedings of ascilite, Hobart, Tasmania, 4-7 December, 295-306. http://www.leishman-associates.com.au/ascilite2011/downloads/papers/Creanor-full.pdf
Creanor, L. (2011), Leadership, Scholarship and Learning Technology: sustaining teacher engagement in innovative practice, ALT-C, Leeds, 5-7 September.
Creanor L. & Walker, S. (2010), Interpreting Complexity: a case for the sociotechnical interaction framework as an analytical lens for learning technology research, in Dirckinck-Holmfeld L., Hodgson V., Jones C., de Laat M., McConnell D. & Ryberg T. (Eds), Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference on Networked Learning, Aalborg, Denmark. http://www.lancs.ac.uk/fss/organisations/netlc/past/nlc2010/abstracts/PDFs/Creanor_2.pdf
Gunn, C., Creanor, L., Keppell, M. & Hall, R. (2009). Who is responsible for e-learning sustainability? In Blackey, H., Jefferies, A., Masterman, L. & Whalley, B. (Eds) “In Dreams begins responsibility” – choice, evidence and change, 149, ALT-C Conference Abstracts, 8-10 September, University of Manchester, UK,.
Creanor, L. (2008) Meeting Student Expectations: are they already in control? In Comrie, A. Mayes, N., Mayes T. & Smyth K. (Eds), Learners in the Co-Creation of Knowledge: proceedings of the LICK symposium, 58-66, 30 October, Edinburgh. http://www2.napier.ac.uk/transform/LICK_proceedings/Linda_Creanor.pdf
Gunn, C., Conole, G., Creanor, L. & Keppell, M. (2008) Are early adopters and institutional e-learning initiatives on opposite sides of a digital divide? Symposium presented at ALT-C, Re-Thinking the Digital Divide, 9-11 September, Leeds
Siddiqui N. & Creanor L. (2008) Self-Regulated Learning through Reflection, Improving University Teaching Conference: Transforming Higher Education Teaching and Learning in the 21st Century, 29-31 July
Creanor, L., Trinder, K., Gowan, D., Howells, C (2006) Who’s learning and how? Researching the Learner Experience, Proceedings of the ASCILITE conference Who’s Learning? Whose Technology?, 3-6 December. Sydney, Australia. http://www.ascilite.org.au/conferences/sydney06/proceeding/pdf_papers/p93.pdf
Creanor, L., Gowan, D., Howells C., Trinder K. (2006) The Learner’s Voice: a focus on the e-learner experience, in S. Banks, V. Hodgson, C.Jones, B. Kemp, D. McConnell and C. Smith (Eds), Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Networked Learning, 10-12 April 2006 Lancaster: Lancaster University http://www.networkedlearningconference.org.uk/past/nlc2006/abstracts/pdfs/P24%20Creanor.pdf
Walker, S. & Creanor, L. (2006), Networked Learning and Social Action: a social informatics perspective, in S. Banks, V. Hodgson, C.Jones, B. Kemp, D. McConnell and C. Smith (Eds), Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Networked Learning, 10-12 April. Lancaster: Lancaster University http://www.lancs.ac.uk/fss/organisations/netlc/past/nlc2006/abstracts/pdfs/P33%20Walker.pdf
Trinder, K., Creanor, L., Gowan, D. & Howells, C. (2006) “…an underworld of texting and messaging…” Exploring some emergent findings from the LEX study, Handheld Learning, QE11, London.
Creanor, L. & Walker S. (2004), Learning architectures and negotiation of meaning in European Trade Unions, Proceedings of ALT-C, ‘Blue Skies and Pragmatism: learning technologies for the next decade.’ Sep 13-16, Exeter, pp85-98. This paper won an Outstanding Research Paper Award
Walker & Creanor (2004), Crossing Complex Boundaries: Transnational Trade Union Education, in Banks S. Goodyear P., Hodgson V., Jones C., Lally V., McConnell D., Steeples C. (eds) Proceedings of Networked Learning Conference, 5-7 April, Lancaster, pp683-690.
Armitage A., Bryson M., Creanor L., Higgison, C., Jenkins M., Ringan N., Newland B., Prescott D., Yip H. (2004), Supporting Learning Technology: Relationships with Research and Theory, in Banks S. Goodyear P., Hodgson V., Jones C., Lally V., McConnell D., Steeples C. (eds) Proceedings of Networked Learning Conference, , 5-7 April, Lancaster, pp28-35.
Creanor L. (2003) Crossing Cultural Boundaries: Learning Communities in the European Workplace, in proceedings of Learning Outside the Academy, Centre for Research in Lifelong Learning, GCU, 27-29 June, pp66-71
Creanor L. (2002), Dialog On: Online learning and social dialogue in the European Trade Union sector, in Williamson, Gunn, Young & Clear (eds) Proceedings of ASCILITE 2002, Vol 2, pp795-799, 8-11 Dec, Auckland New Zealand.
Creanor L., Littlejohn A. (2000) Collaboration and Communication: staff development for teaching and learning online, Proceedings of International Conference on Computers in Education, ICCE2000, Taipei, Taiwan, Nov 21-24.
Creanor L., Walker S., (2000), ETUDE: European Trade Union Distance Education, Proceedings of Euro-Education, 8-10 Feb, Aalborg, Denmark.
Walker S., Creanor L. (2000) European Trade Union Distance Education: potential and problems, Proceedings of Networked Learning 2000, 17-19 April Lancaster, pp341-353.
Creanor L., Drysdale J. (1998): Making the Connection: introducing new lecturers to learning and teaching online. Proceedings of ALT-C 98, University of Oxford, 21-23 September
Creanor, L. & Schmoller, S. (2010) How might learning technology impact on the modern delivery of learning in Scotland? ALT Report requested by Michael Russell, Scottish Education Secretary http://repository.alt.ac.uk/838/
Roberts G. & Creanor L. (2007) Re-engineering Assessment Practices (REAP) CBS Completion Report, JISC Project document
Creanor L., Trinder K., Gowan, D., & Howells C. (2006) The Learner Experience of E-Learning, Final Report of the LEX project, http://www.jisc.ac.uk/whatwedo/programmes/elearning_pedagogy/elp_learneroutcomes.aspx
Creanor L. (2005), Union Education Online (ULRO) Final Evaluation Report for JISC, available as appendix to MLEs for Lifelong Learning Final Project Report at http://www.tuc.org.uk/extras/UEO.pdf
Creanor L., Durndell H., Henderson F.P., Primrose C., Brown M.I., Draper S.W., McATeer E. (1995) The Hypertext Approach to Information Skills: Development and Evaluation. Technical Report 4, TILT Project, University of Glasgow.