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mLearning and creative practices : a public challenge? (2016)
Journal Article
Antonczak, L., Keegan, H., & Cochrane, T. (2016). mLearning and creative practices : a public challenge?. International Journal of Mobile and Blended Learning, 8(4), 34-43. https://doi.org/10.4018/ijmbl.2016100103

The ethos of open sharing of experiences and user generated content enabled by Mobile social media can be problematic in some cases (politics, gender, minorities), and it is not fully understood within the creative and academic sector. Creative peopl... Read More about mLearning and creative practices : a public challenge?.

Riding the wave of BYOD : developing a framework for creative pedagogies (2014)
Journal Article
Cochrane, T., Antonczak, L., Keegan, H., & Narayan, V. (2014). Riding the wave of BYOD : developing a framework for creative pedagogies. Research in Learning Technology, 22, https://doi.org/10.3402/rlt.v22.24637

Moving innovation in teaching and learning beyond isolated short-term projects is one of the holy grails of educational technology research, which is littered with the debris of a constant stream of comparative studies demonstrating no significant di... Read More about Riding the wave of BYOD : developing a framework for creative pedagogies.

Emerging pedagogies (2013)
Book Chapter
Keegan, H. (2013). Emerging pedagogies. In P. Fraser, & J. Wardle (Eds.), Current Perspectives in Media Education. Palgrave Macmillan

A characteristic of good media educators is their willingness to continually rethink their practice in the light of both classroom experience and the ever-changing nature of the media itself – from introducing different texts for analysis, to trying... Read More about Emerging pedagogies.

YouTube as a repository : the creative practice of students as producers of Open Educational Resources (2011)
Journal Article
Keegan, H., & Bell, F. (2011). YouTube as a repository : the creative practice of students as producers of Open Educational Resources. EURODL, Sp. Is(3), 1-10

In this paper we present an alternative view of Open Educational Resources (OERs). Rather than focusing on open media resources produced by expert practitioners for use by peers and learners, we examine the practice of learners as active agents, prod... Read More about YouTube as a repository : the creative practice of students as producers of Open Educational Resources.

Creativity and engagement through mobile film-making (2011)
Presentation / Conference
Keegan, H. (2011, July). Creativity and engagement through mobile film-making. Presented at Education in a Changing Environment (ECE) 6th International Conference : Creativity and Engagement in Higher Education, The University of Salford, Greater Manchester, UK

Online learning communities and social software: a mentoring approach to 21st century skills (2009)
Presentation / Conference
Keegan, H., & Mendes Da Costa, C. (2009, July). Online learning communities and social software: a mentoring approach to 21st century skills. Presented at EDULEARN 2009, Barcelona, Spain

The rise of social software, often termed Web 2.0, has resulted in heightened awareness of the opportunities for creative and innovative approaches to learning that are afforded by network technologies. 21st century learning demands new pedagogies, w... Read More about Online learning communities and social software: a mentoring approach to 21st century skills.

Preparing learners for a digital world (2009)
Book Chapter
Keegan, H. (2009). Preparing learners for a digital world. In R. Smith (Ed.), Effective practice in a digital age (32-33). JISC

Effective Practice in a Digital Age is designed for those in further and higher education whose focus is on designing and supporting learning: academic staff, lecturers, tutors and learning support staff, facilitators, learning technologists and staf... Read More about Preparing learners for a digital world.

Cartoon planet: Micro-reflection through digital cartoons - a case study on teaching and learning with young people (2009)
Journal Article
Mendes Da Costa, C., Keegan, H., & Attwell, G. (2009). Cartoon planet: Micro-reflection through digital cartoons - a case study on teaching and learning with young people. Revista de pedagogie (Print), 112-128

The young learners of today tend to show little enthusiasm for formal schooling. This does not necessarily mean pupils are not interested in learning or developing new skills and competences. In fact, the opposite often happens in the informal sett... Read More about Cartoon planet: Micro-reflection through digital cartoons - a case study on teaching and learning with young people.

Living, teaching and learning by social software: some emerging themes and practice issues (2009)
Book Chapter
Keegan, H., & Lisewski, B. (2009). Living, teaching and learning by social software: some emerging themes and practice issues. In S. Hatzipanagos, & S. Warburton (Eds.), Handbook of Research on Social Software and Developing Community Ontologies (217-230). Hershey, Pennsylvania, US: IGI Global

This chapter explores emergent behaviours in the use of social software across multiple online communities of practice where informal learning occurs beyond traditional higher education (HE) institutional boundaries. Employing a combination of resear... Read More about Living, teaching and learning by social software: some emerging themes and practice issues.

Flickr as a tool for intercultural understanding: A case study of informal learning in an online community (2008)
Presentation / Conference
Keegan, H. (2008, June). Flickr as a tool for intercultural understanding: A case study of informal learning in an online community. Presented at EDEN 2008, Lisbon, Portugal

This paper describes cross cultural interaction and community formation on Flickr, one of the leading online photo-sharing networks. Taking a virtual ethnographic approach, the author describes her own experiences of online community membership, expl... Read More about Flickr as a tool for intercultural understanding: A case study of informal learning in an online community.

Imagined worlds, future cultures (2008)
Book Chapter
Wheeler, S., & Keegan, H. (2008). Imagined worlds, future cultures. In W. Steve (Ed.), Connected minds, emerging cultures: Cybercultures in online learning (261-276). Charlotte, NC, USA: Information Age Publishing

Social software for virtual mobility: an online community of practice-based learners (2007)
Presentation / Conference
Keegan, H. (2007, June). Social software for virtual mobility: an online community of practice-based learners. Presented at EDEN 2007 New learning 2.0? Emerging digital territories. Developing continuities. New divides, Naples, Italy

International internship programmes are now embedded into the mainstream delivery of the majority of HE institutions, offering learners the opportunity to link theory and practice while developing linguistic and intercultural competences. Virtual mob... Read More about Social software for virtual mobility: an online community of practice-based learners.

Peer-to-peer communication between students to facilitate placements (2006)
Presentation / Conference
Keegan, H., & Procter, C. (2006, January). Peer-to-peer communication between students to facilitate placements. Presented at ASET Annual Placement and Employability Professionals' Conference

This paper explores the use of a discussion board to facilitate discussion between students on placement and seeking placements. Evidence is presented that this peer to peer communication can alleviate some of the obstacles to students either seekin... Read More about Peer-to-peer communication between students to facilitate placements.

New global learning cultures : interdisciplinarity through networked technologies
Presentation / Conference
Cochrane, T., & Keegan, H. New global learning cultures : interdisciplinarity through networked technologies. Presented at The 13th Annual International and Interdisciplinary Conference of the Association of Internet Researchers (AoIR), Salford, UK

The context in which higher education institutions (HEIs) now operate is facing fundamental changes; HEIs are often said to be in a time of crisis, and new models of education are being explored both within and outside the academy. The rise of open e... Read More about New global learning cultures : interdisciplinarity through networked technologies.

International mobility: cultural variations in learning styles and pedagogical support
Presentation / Conference
Keegan, H., & Valiuskeviciute, A. International mobility: cultural variations in learning styles and pedagogical support. Presented at IADIS International Conference on Cognition and Exploratory Learning in Digital Age, Barcelona, Spain

ICT is a key element of lifelong learning and the internationalization of higher education (HE). An increasing number of HE students are becoming internationally mobile, whether virtually or physically, resulting in increasingly diverse learning situ... Read More about International mobility: cultural variations in learning styles and pedagogical support.

ESMOS WP9 report – communication trialling (tripartite blogging)
Report
Keegan, H. ESMOS WP9 report – communication trialling (tripartite blogging)

This report describes the development of a blog-based communication strategy/methodology, to enhance the tripartite relationship between international mobility students, tutors, and host organisation (both study exchange and work placement).

Designing and implementing an evaluation methodology of an acoustics CAL package
Report
Keegan, H. Designing and implementing an evaluation methodology of an acoustics CAL package

Communication and information technologies have become major resources in higher education [1]. With declining staff: student ratios and an increasingly divergent range of students, CAL programs are now recognised as an important means of enhancing t... Read More about Designing and implementing an evaluation methodology of an acoustics CAL package.