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Ashraf, W., Barry, W. and McFarlane, S. (2016) Towards consistency: digital learning thresholds. In: Domenech, J., Vincent-Vela, M. C., Pena-Ortiz, R., de la Poza, E. and Blazquez, D., eds. Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Higher Education Advances. Valencia: Universitat Politècnica de València. pp. 309-316 ISBN 9788490484753

Azhar, M. H. B., Barton, T. and Islam, T. (2018) Drone forensic analysis using open source tools. Journal of Digital Forensics, Security and Law, 13 (1). pp. 7-30. ISSN 1558-7223.

Azhar, M. H. B., Casey, A. and Sakel, M. (2018) A cost-effective BCI assisted technology framework for neurorehabilitation. In: The Seventh International Conference on Global Health Challenges, 18th-22nd November, 2018, Athens, Greece. (In Press)

Azhar, M. H. B., Nelson, T. and Casey, A. (2018) Use of wearable technology to measure emotional responses amongst tennis players. In: UNSPECIFIED, ed. TBC. EAI/Springer Innovations in Communications and Computing. Springer. (In Press)

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Barry, W. (2010) Open spaces, mobile learning: findings from the iBorrow project. In: e-learning@greenwich/conference 2010: Future Learningscapes: a 21st Century Challenge, 7 July 2010, University of Greenwich. (Unpublished)

Barry, W. (2011) Open spaces, mobile learning: findings from the iBorrow project. Compass: The Journal of Learning and Teaching at the University of Greenwich, 1 (3). pp. 47-56. ISSN 2044-0073.

Barry, W. (2013) Openness and the networked researcher. In: Postgraduate Research Association Conference - "The Accessibility of Research", 13 June 2013, Canterbury Christ Church University.

Barry, W. (2012) Through a black mirror, palely: the perceptions, realities and possibilities of the digital learner. In: Digital Learners - Myths & Realities Conference 2012, 21 November 2012, Canterbury Christ Church University, Canterbury.

Barry, W. (2011) Towards aligning pedagogy, space and technology. In: Poole, P. and Wheal, A., eds. Learning, spaces and technology: exploring the concept. Canterbury: Canterbury Christ Church University. pp. 62-67 ISBN 9781899253869

Barry, W. (2011) Towards aligning pedagogy, space and technology inside a large-scale learning environment. In: SRHE Newer Researchers’ Conference 2011: New Communities, Spaces and Places: Inspiring Futures for Higher Education, 6-7 December 2011, Celtic Manor Resort, Newport, Wales.

Barry, W. (2010) The iBorrow experience. In: Eduserv Symposium 2010 - The Mobile University, 13 May 2010, Royal College of Physicians, London, UK.

Barry, W. and Burroughs, L. (2014) The learner, the curriculum and the wardrobe. In: CCCU Learning and Teaching Conference 2014: ‘Let’s Talk Curriculum’, 30th June, Canterbury Christ Church University.

Barry, W. and Starr, S. (2015) The chamber of fear: a role playing approach to the recruitment and selection of learning technologists. In: Association for Learning Technology (ALT) Annual Conference 2015: Shaping the Future of Learning Together, 8th-10th September, 2015, University of Manchester.

Barton, T. and Azhar, M. H. B. (2018) Open source forensics for a multi-platform drone system. In: Matousek, P. and Schmiedecker, M., eds. 9th EAI International Conference on Digital Forensics & Cyber Crime. Springer. pp. 83-96 ISBN 9783319736976

Bertolo, E. and Lambert, G. (2008) Using computer aided assessment for summative assessment: Engaging non-science students with chemistry. In: International Technology, Education and Development Conference, 3-5 March 2008, Valencia, Spain.

Birtwistle, A. (2017) Meaning and musicality: sound-image relations in the films of John Smith. In: Rogers, H. and Barham, J., eds. The Music and Sound of Experimental Film. New York: Oxford University Press. pp. 167-183 ISBN 9780190469900

Birtwistle, A. (2017) Start Here - the art of the audio cassette. Canterbury: Start Here. ISBN 9781527212077.

Burroughs, L. and McFarlane, S. (2014) I'm streaming of a white Christmas. In: Kaltura User Group Meeting, 9th December 2014, London. (Unpublished)

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Cartlidge, J., Ferguson, B., Poole, P., Lambert, G., Smith, Sharon, Wilcox, M. and Barry, W. (2007) Kent Personal Learner Portal pilot. Project Report. Canterbury: Canterbury Christ Church University.

Chellen, S. (1995) Information technology: a layman's guide to IT. Occupational Health: A Journal for Occupational Health Nurses, 47 (10). pp. 351-355. ISSN 0029-7917.

Clark, I. J. (2014) U.K. libraries offer free article access to walk-ins. Library Journal.

Clark, I. J. (2013) Using Twitter to collect feedback from users. In: Professionalism and Engagement in Customer Service: an M25 Customer Service Group Conference, 7th Nov 2013, King’s College, London.

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Fearon, C., Manship, S., McLaughlin, H. and Jackson, S. (2013) Making the case for ‘techno-change alignment’: a processual approach for understanding technology enabled organisational change. European Business Review, 25 (2). pp. 147-162. ISSN 0955-534X.

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Goodenough, R. and Page, S. (1993) Planning for tourism education and training in the 1990s: bridging the gap between industry and education. Journal of Geography in Higher Education, 17 (1). pp. 57-72. ISSN 0309-8265.

Graham-Matheson, L. (2009) iBorrow research report (pedagogic). Report. Canterbury: Canterbury Christ Church University.

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Hardes, J. (2016) Duelling, prize fighting and boxing: science and technology in a shifting biopolitical terrain. In: 4S/EASST, Barcelona, Spain.

Harrison, R. and Corbett, K. (1999) Authors' reply. The Practising Midwife, 2 (9). pp. 34-35. ISSN 1461-3123.

Heron, M., Hanson, V. L. and Ricketts, I. (2013) Accessibility support for older adults with the ACCESS framework. International Journal of Human-Computer Interaction. ISSN 1044-7318.

Hope, G. (2002) Questioning the design and technology paradigm. In: Norman, E.W.L., ed. The Proceedings of the DATA International Research Conference. Wellesbourne: The Design and Technology Association. pp. 91-102 ISBN 9781898788607

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Iannacci, F. (2009) Digitising criminal justice in England and Wales: revisiting information-growth dynamics. Transforming Government: People, Process and Policy, 3 (1). pp. 50-64. ISSN 1750-6166.

Iannacci, F. (2014) Interweaving temporal qualitative comparative analysis with necessary conditions analysis: an empirical application in the European monitoring systems context. In: Mola, L., Pennarola, F. and Za, S., eds. From Information to Smart Society. Lecture Notes in Systems Information and Organisation (5). Switzerland: Springer. pp. 269-279 ISBN 9783319094496

Iannacci, F. (2008) Steps towards joined-up management. In: Fabri, M., ed. Information Communication Technology for the Public Prosecutor's Office. Bologna, Italy: Clueb. ISBN 9788849130379

Iannacci, F., Cornford, T., Cordella, A. and Grillo, F. (2009) Evaluating monitoring systems in the European social fund context: a sociotechnical approach. Evaluation Review, 33 (5). pp. 419-445. ISSN 0193-841X.

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Kakinoki, M. (2017) The development of an audio-visual language for digital music performance. Ph.D. thesis, Canterbury Christ Church University.

Kaylee Graves, E. (2018) Media influence on expectations of virtual reality. Refractory, 30. ISSN 1447-4905.

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Lambert, G. and Barry, W. (2007) Personal learning portal pilot: sharing learning resources. In: Innovating e-Learning 2007: Institutional Transformation and Supporting Lifelong Learning, 11-14 June 2007. (Unpublished)

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Masuwa-Morgan, K. (2010) Response to SRAFTE report. In: HeAcademy: Synthesis on Assessment & Feedback with Technology Enhancement Seminar and Workshop, 10 November 2010, University of Southampton.

Meades, A. (2013) Infectious pleasures: ethnographic perspectives on the production and use of illicit videogame modifications on the Call of Duty franchise. Journal of Gaming & Virtual Worlds, 5 (1). pp. 59-76. ISSN 1757191X.

Meades, A. (2012) More bang for your buck—hardware hacking, real money trade, and transgressive play within console-based first-person shooters. In: Vorhees, G., Call, J. and Whitlock, K., eds. Guns, Grenades, and Grunts: First-Person Shooter Games. Approaches to Digital Game Studies. London: Continuum. pp. 199-223 ISBN 9781441193537

Meades, A. (2013) Why we glitch: process, meaning and pleasure in the discovery, documentation, sharing and use of videogame exploits. Well Played Journal, 2 (2). pp. 79-98. ISSN 2164-344X.

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Page, S. (1992) Perspectives on the environmental impact of the Channel Tunnel on tourism in the 1990s. In: Cooper, C.P. and Lockwood, A., eds. Progress in Tourism, Recreation and Hospitality Management. London: Belhaven Press. pp. 82-102

Paterson, A. (1994) Equipment for ultrasound imaging. In: Carter, P., Paterson, A., Thornton, M., Hyatt, A., Milne, Andrew and Pirrie, J., eds. Chesneys' Equipment for Student Radiographers. 4th ed ed. Oxford: Blackwell Scientific Publications. ISBN 9780632027248

Paterson, A. (1994) Towards the next millenium. Radiography Today. ISSN 0954-8211.

Poole, P. and Wheal, A., eds. (2011) Learning, spaces and technology: exploring the concept. Canterbury: Canterbury Christ Church University. ISBN 9781899253869.

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Sparkes, A., Brighton, J. and Inckle, K. (2017) ‘It’s a part of me’: an ethnographic exploration of becoming a disabled sporting cyborg following spinal cord injury. Qualitative Research in Sport, Exercise & Health, 10. ISSN 2159-676X.

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Williams, E. and Hesketh, I. (2017) A new canteen culture: the potential to use social media as evidence in policing. Policing: A journal of policy and practice, 11 (3). pp. 346-355. ISSN 1752-4512.

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Zheng, P. and Akhmad, Mohammed-Asif (2017) How change agencies can affect our path towards a singularity. In: Callaghan, V., Miller, J., Yampolskiy, R. and Armstrong, S., eds. The Technological Singularity: Managing the Journey. The Frontiers Collection. New York: Springer. pp. 87-102 ISBN 9783662540312

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