Tutor information is taken from the Module Catalogue
Haßler, B, Major, L, Hennessy, S (2016) Tablet use in schools: a critical review of the evidence for learning outcomes. Journal of computer assisted learning. ISSN: 0266-4909, Volume 32, Issue 2 pp139-156
Herodotou, C, (2018)Young children and tablets: A systematic review of effects on learning and development. Journal of computer assisted learning. ISSN: 0266-4909, 02/2018, Volume 34, Issue 1
Avraamidou A; Monaghan JD; Walker S (2012) “Abstraction through game play”, Technology, Knowledge and Learning. 17.1-2: 1-21.
Bollmer, G.D. 2018. Theorizing digital cultures. London: Sage
Carr, N. (2011) The shallows : what the Internet is doing to our brains. Atlantic Books
Ferenstein G. (2011). How the iPad 2 Will Revolutionize Education. Fast Company. http://www.fastcompany.com/1733662/how-ipad-2-will-revolutionize-education
Kucirkova N. iPads in early education: separating assumptions and evidence. Frontiers in Psychology ISSN: 1664-1078. 2014;5:715.
Lanier, J. (2010) You are not a gadget ISBN: 9780307389978 (pbk.); 9780307269645 (hbk.) New York : Alfred A. Knopf
Morrison, CM. and Gore, H. (2010) “The relationship between excessive internet use and depression: a questionnaire-based study of 1,319 young people and adults” Psychopathology 43 pp121-126
Nguyen L, Barton SM, Nguyen LT. iPads in higher education—Hype and hope. British Journal of Educational Technology. ISSN: 0007-1013.. 2015;46(1):190-203
Selwyn, N. 2013. Education in a digital world: global perspectives on technology and education. New York: Routledge.
Walker, A. and White, G. Technology enhanced language learning : connecting theory and practice Oxford: Oxford University Press
Woolgar, S. (2002) Virtual society? : technology, cyberbole, reality. Oxford: Oxford University Press. The first chapter (which is the section relevant to this unit) can be read online via Google Books
This list was last updated on 01/10/2019