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Atkinson, S.P. (2019) Recoding Heritage Sites as Non-Formal Learning Institutions: enabling the self-directed adult learner. Doctoral Thesis, University of Leicester. http://hdl.handle.net/2381/44374

Atkinson, S.P. (2015). Using Learning Design to Unleash the Power of Learning Analytics. In T. Reiners, B.R. von Konsky, D. Gibson, V. Chang, L. Irving, & K. Clarke (Eds.), Globally connected, digitally enabled. Proceedings ascilite 2015 in Perth (pp. 358-364 / CP:6-CP:10).

Atkinson, S. (2015 Jul 9) Graduate Competencies, Employability and Educational Taxonomies: Critique of Intended Learning Outcomes. Practice and Evidence of the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education [Online] 10 (2) pp 154-177.

Atkinson, S. P. (2015) Adaptive Learning and Learning Analytics: a new design paradigm. BPP University Working Papers. London: BPP University.

Atkinson, S. P. (2014) Rethinking personal tutoring systems: the need to build on a foundation of epistemological beliefs. BPP University Working Papers. London: BPP University.

Atkinson, S. P. (2013) Taxonomy Circles: Visualizing the possibilities of intended learning outcomesBPP Working Papers. London: BPP University College.

Atkinson, S. P. (2013) Re-visioning Learning Spaces: Evolving faculty roles and emerging learning spaces. BPP Working Papers. London: BPP University College.

Atkinson, S. P., & Irving, J. (2013). Reflective Practice: a non-negotiable requirement for an effective educator. BPP Working Papers. London: BPP University College

Atkinson, S. (2012). Developing Faculty to Integrate Innovative Learning into Their Practice with the SOLE Model (Pages 1-18). In S. Ferris, ed. Teaching, Learning and the Net Generation: Concepts and Tools for Reaching Digital Learners. Hershey, PA: Information Science Publishing.

Atkinson, S. (2011). Embodied and Embedded Theory in Practice: The Student-Owned Learning-Engagement (SOLE) ModelThe International Review of Research in Open and Distance Learning,  12 (2), 1-18

Atkinson, S., & Burden, K. (2011). Using the 3V Model to Explore Virtuality, Veracity and Values in Liminal Spaces (Pages 199-215). In S. D'Agustino (Ed), Adaptation, Resistance and Access to Instructional Technologies: Assessing Future Trends In Education. Hershey, PA: Information Science Publishing.

Burden, K., & Atkinson, S. (2010). De-coupling groups in space and time’: evaluating new forms of social dialogue for learning. In L. Shedletsky & J. Aitken (Eds.), Cases on Online Discussion and Interaction: Experiences and Outcomes. Hershey, PA: Information Science Publishing.

Ragan, L., Burden, K., & Atkinson, S. (2010). Developing Course Content. In Learning Technologies. London: Epigeum. Retrieved from http://www.epigeum.co.uk/catalogue/learning-technologies

Atkinson, S. (2009a). Revolution and Pedagogy: Why e-Learning can still transform university teaching. In Z. Bekić (Ed.), Education Quality Improvement by e-Learning Technology (EQIBELT). Zagreb: University of Zagreb.

Atkinson, S. (2009b). Giving up Control - The Future of e-Learning. In Z. Bekić (Ed.), Education Quality Improvement by e-Learning Technology (EQIBELT). Zagreb: University of Zagreb.

Atkinson, S., & Burden, K. (2009). Virtuality, veracity and values: Exploring between virtual and real worlds using the 3V model. ICT: Providing choices for learners and learning: ASCILITE 2007. Retrieved from http://www.ascilite.org.au/conferences/singapore07/procs/atkinson.pdf

Burden, K., & Atkinson, S. (2009). Personalising teaching and learning with digital resources: DiAL-e Framework case studies. In J. O'Donoghue (Ed.),Technology Supported Environment for Personalised Learning: Methods and Case Studies. Hershey, PA: IGI Global.

Burden, K., & Atkinson, S. (2008). Beyond Content: Developing Transferable Learning Designs with Digital Video Archives. Proceedings of ED-MEDIA.

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