recent publications

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Bayne, M, Evans, P.,  Ewins, R., Knox, J., Lamb, J., Macleod, H., O’Shea, C., Ross, J., Sheail, P. and Sinclair, C. (forthcoming 2020) The Manifesto for Teaching Online. Cambridge: MIT Press.

Knox, J., Williamson, B. and Bayne, S. (2020), Machine behaviourism: Future visions of ‘learnification’ and ‘datafication’ across humans and digital technologies. Learning, Media and Technology, 45(1), 31-45.

Ross, J., Bayne, S. and Lamb, J. (2019) 2. Critical approaches to valuing digital education: learning with and from the Manifesto for Teaching Online. Digital Culture and Education. 11(1). [open access]

Bayne, S., Connelly, L., Osborne, N., Tobin, R., Grover, C., Beswick, E. & Rouhani, L. (2019) The social value of anonymity on campus: A study of the decline of Yik Yak. Learning, Media and Technology, 44(2), 92-107. [open access]

Bayne, S. (2018) Robotmaestro: Intervenciones en enseñanza automatizada. Apertura, 10(2), 140-154.

Bayne, S. (2018), Posthumanism: A navigation aid for educators. on_education: Journal for Research and Debate. 2(1), 1-7. [open access]

Bayne, S. and Jandric, P. (2017) From anthropocentric humanism to critical posthumanism in digital education. Knowledge Cultures, 5(2), 197-216.

Gallagher, M., Lamb, J. & Bayne, S. (2016) The sonic spaces of online, distance learners. In Place-based Spaces for Networked Learning. Carvalho, L., Goodyear, P. & de Laat, M. (eds.). Oxford: Taylor & Francis

Bayne S.  (2016)  Posthumanism and research in digital education. SAGE Handbook of E-learning Research. London: SAGE. pp.82-100.

Bayne, S., Knox, J. and Ross, J. (2015) Editorial: Open education – the need for a critical approach. Learning, Media and Technology, 30(3), 247-250. [open access]

Bayne, S. (2015) Introduction: MOOC Futures, in The Europa World of Learning 2016, Sian Bayne (ed). Abingdon: Routledge. [open access]

Bayne, S. (2015) Teacherbot: interventions in automated teaching. Teaching in Higher Education, 20(4), 455-467. [open access]

Bayne, S. (2014) What’s the matter with ‘Technology Enhanced Learning’? Learning, Media and Technology. 40(1), 5-20.

Knox, J. and Bayne, S. (2014) Multimodal Profusion in the Literacies of the Massive Open Online Course. Research in Learning Technology, 21, 21422. [open access]

Bayne, S. and Ross, J. (2014) The pedagogy of the Massive Open Online Course: the UK view. Report for the UK Higher Education Academy.AdvanceHE. [open access]

Bayne, S., Gallagher, M. and Lamb, J. (2013) Being ‘at’ University: the social topologies of distance students. Higher Education. 67(5), 569-583.

Bayne, S. and Ross, J. (2013) Posthuman literacy in heterotopic space: a pedagogic proposal, Literacy in the Digital University. Robin Goodfellow and Mary Lea (eds). London: Routledge, 95-110.

 

From The manifesto for teaching online

The aim of the manifesto was partly to develop our own teaching by articulating our shared values and their political and philosophical basis. Its theme was our practice, but it was also a way of describing and building on our research. Its critical goal was to push back on two linked areas we saw, and continue to see, as damaging. First, the impoverished techno-corporate futures for education being normalised by corporate and government ‘ed-tech’, and second the orthodoxies framing traditional higher education teaching which so often fail to properly account for digital methods.