our research

Reeves, T. (2019) Review of Michael Peters, Petar Jandrić and Alexander Means (Eds.) (2019). Education and Technological Unemployment. Journal of Postdigital Science and Education.

Houghton, N. & Reeves, T. [2019] Assessing Creativity. In:  M A Peters & R Heraud (eds) Encyclopedia of Educational Innovation.

Reeves, T. & Caglayan, E. (2019) Power to the people: How should universities position community in curriculum design? Journal of Useful Investigations in Creative Education. 1(2)

Reeves, T. (2018) A postdigital perspective on organisationsPostdigital Science and Education. 1, 146-16.

Reeves, T. (2018) Learning in adaptive spaces: how customer experience professionals experience learning during technology-mediated interaction, and implications for organisational learning. PhD Thesis, University of Lancaster

Reeves, T., Caglayan, E., and Torr, R. (2017) Don’t shoot: Understanding students’ experiences of video-based learning and assessment in the arts. Video Journal of Education and Pedagogy. 2(1).

Reeves, T. & Gomm, P. (2015) Community and contribution: factors motivating students to participate in extra-curricular online activity and implications for learning. e-Learning and Digital Media Special Issue

Reeves, T. (2014) Using phenomenography to inform curriculum development in the areas of Digital Curation and Digital Sustainability. Journal of Learning Development in Higher Education. Special Edition: Digital Technologies in Learning Development.  

Reeves, T. (2014) Blogging and Interculturality: Investigating the appropriateness of a blog to support a cohort of international students. International Journal of Global Education. Vol. 3 (1), pp.15-24.  

Reeves, T. & Gomm, P. (2013) Blogging all over the world: Can blogs increase student engagement by creating a community of practice around a course? in Blessinger, P. & Wankel, C. (eds) Increasing Student Engagement and Retention through Online Learning Activities: Wikis, Blogs and Webquests. Bingley, UK. Emerald Publishing Group.  

Reeves, T. (2011) Engaging Art and Design Students using Institutional Online Learning Spaces. Proceedings of the Designs on e-Learning conference, University of Aalto.

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