Funes, M. & Mackness, J. (2018): When inclusion excludes: a counter narrative of open online education, Learning, Media and Technology, DOI: 10.1080/17439884.2018.1444638 When Inclusion Excludes MF:JM 280218
Mackness, J. (2017). ‘Learners’ experiences in cMOOCs (2008-2016)’ PhD thesis Jenny Mackness PhD (Pub) 2017
Bell, F., Mackness, J. & Funes, M. (2016). Participant association and emergent curriculum in a MOOC: Can the community be the curriculum? Research in Learning Technology.
Mackness, J. & Pauschenwein, J. (2016). Visualising structure and agency in a MOOC using the Footprints of Emergence framework. Tenth International Conference on Networked Learning.Lancaster.
Mackness, J., Bell, F. & Funes, M. (2016). The Rhizome: a problematic metaphor for teaching and learning in a MOOC. 32(1), p.78-91 Australasian Journal of Educational Technology.
Williams, R., Mackness, J. & Pauschenwein, J. (2015). Using visualization to understand transformations in learning and design in MOOCs. In: Further Higher Education Possibilities through Massive Open Online Courses. (Eds. Paula Peres & Anabela Mesquita). IGI Global. (see http://www.igi-global.com/chapter/using-visualization-to-understand-transformations-in-learning-and-design-in-moocs/137322).
Mackness, J. & Bell, F. (2015). Rhizo14: A Rhizomatic Learning cMOOC in Sunlight and in Shade. Open Praxis. 7(1), p. 25-38
Williams, R., Gumtau, S. & Mackness, J. (2015). Synesthesia: from cross-modal to modality-free learning and knowledge. Leonardo Journal
Mackness, J. (2014). The slow disruption of ageing. In: Exploring Resilience and Disruption in the Social Age. (Eds. Jan Gajeel & Keith Chandler). Issue 12. p.37 Lifewide Magazine. Available at: http://www.lifewidemagazine.co.uk/
Williams, R. & Mackness, J. (2014). Surfacing, sharing and valuing tacit knowledge in open learning. 13. ELearning Tag FH JOANNEUM am 17. September 2014
Mackness, J., Waite, M., Roberts, G., & Lovegrove, E. (2013). Learning in a small, task-oriented, connectivist MOOC: Pedagogical Issues and Implications for Higher Education. [S.l.], v. 14, n. 4. IRRODL
Waite, M., Mackness, J., Roberts, G., & Lovegrove, E. (2013). Liminal participants & skilled orienteers: A case study of learner participation in a MOOC for new lecturers. JOLT
Guldberg, K., Mackness, J., Makriyannis, E. & Tait, C. (2013). Knowledge Management and value creation in a third sector organisation. Knowledge and Process Management
Roberts, G., Mackness, J., Waite, M., & Lovegrove, E. (2013). x v c: Hybrid learning in, through and about MOOCs. In Proceedings of OER13: Creating a Virtuous Circle. Nottingham, England (PDF 176k, x v c: Hybrid learning in MOOCs)
Williams, R. & Mackness, J. (2013). Open Research and Open Learning. Scientific Journal of Educational Technology. Vol. 2, No. 1. Campus Virtuales.
Williams, R., Mackness, J. & Gumtau, S. (2012) Learning Across Cultures. SEAD White Paper
Williams, R., Mackness, J. & Gumtau, S. (2012) Footprints of Emergence. Vol. 13, No. 4. International Review of Research in Open and Distance Learning.
Williams, R., Mackness, J. & Gumtau, S. (2012) Designing and Managing Open Learning, Conference paper for the European Council for Business Education (ECBE’s) 17th Annual Conference – 25-27 May 2012 – Barcelona.
Williams, R., Gumtau, S. & Mackness, J. (2012) Synaesthesia and Embodied Learning. (Paper accepted for ‘Theorising Education 2012: The Future of Theory in Education: Traditions, Trends and Trajectories Conference which is taking place 7-9 June 2012, at University of Stirling). Synaesthesia and Embodied Learning
Williams, R., Mackness, J. & Gumtau, S. (2012) Footprints of Emergence: applying complexity theory to education. (Proposal for a Theory Clinic, accepted for ‘Theorising Education 2012: The Future of Theory in Education: Traditions, Trends and Trajectories Conference which is taking place 7-9 June 2012, at University of Stirling). Footprints of Emergence
Tschofen, C. & Mackness, J. (2011) Connectivism and Dimensions of Individual Experience. International Review of Research in Open and Distance Learning. http://www.irrodl.org/index.php/irrodl/article/view/1143
Williams, R., Karousou, R. & Mackness, J. (2011) Emergent Learning and Learning Ecologies in Web 2.0. International Review of Research in Open and Distance Learning. Retrieved from – Special Issue: Connectivism – Design and Delivery of Social Networked Learning
Melcher, M. & Mackness, J. (2010). The Riddle of Online Resonance. Retrieved from https://jennymackness.wordpress.com/2010/09/10/the-riddle-of-online-resonance/
Mackness, J., Mak, Sui Fai J. & Williams, R. (2010). The Ideals and Reality of Participating in a MOOC. In Networked Learning Conference, Aarlborg (pp. 266-274). Retrieved from http://www.lancs.ac.uk/fss/organisations/netlc/past/nlc2010/abstracts/Mackness.html
Mak, Sui Fai J., Williams, R. & Mackness, J. (2010). Blogs and Forums as Communication and Learning Tools in a MOOC. In Networked Learning Conference, Aarlborg (pp. 275-284). Retrieved from http://www.lancs.ac.uk/fss/organisations/netlc/past/nlc2010/abstracts/Mak.html
Sharpe, R. & Mackness, J. (2010). Evaluating the development of a community of e-learning researchers: from short-term funding to sustainability. International Journal of Web Based Communities, 6(2), 148. https://radar.brookes.ac.uk/radar/file/cc59ef86-b37d-2975-d2fa-3a44a10807ea/1/sharpe2010evaluating.pdf
Guldberg, K. & Mackness, J. (2009). Foundations of communities of practice: enablers and barriers to participation. Journal of Computer Assisted Learning. Wiley -Blackwell. https://research.birmingham.ac.uk/portal/en/publications/foundations-of-communities-of-practice-enablers-and-barriers-to-participation(7fc9cd0e-9513-437f-b9e5-390999f9a22c).html
Any chance of getting access to the paper Synaesthesia and Embodied Learning? It sounds like it relates in many ways to my thesis of Embodied and Holistic Learning in Elementary Schools, which I am researching and wriing at the moment.
Hi Natalie – many thanks for your interest. Can you send me your email address, so that I can contact you? or you could send me a message via Facebook if you don’t want to post your email here?