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DiDiAC: Publications

Scientific Articles

Warwick, P., Cook, V., Vrikki, M., Major, L., & Rasmussen, I. (2020). Realising ‘dialogic intentions’ when working with a microblogging tool in secondary school classrooms. Learning, Culture and Social Interaction, 24, 100376.

Frøytlog, JIJ & Rasmussen, I. (2020). The Distribution and Productivity of Whole-Class Dialogues: Exploring the Potential of Microblogging. International Journal of Educational Research 99 (1 January 2020): 101501.

Cook, V., Warwick, P., Vrikki, M., Major, L., & Wegerif, R. (2019). Developing material-dialogic space in geography learning and teaching: combining a dialogic pedagogy with the use of a microblogging tool. Thinking Skills and Creativity, 31,

Major, L., Warwick, P., Rasmussen, I., Ludvigsen, S., & Cook, V. (2018). Classroom dialogue and digital technologies: A scoping review. Education and Information Technologies, 23(5), 1995-2028.

Major, L., & Warwick, P. (2019). ‘Affordances for dialogue’: the role of digital technology in supporting productive classroom talk. In The Routledge International Handbook of Research on Dialogic Education. Mercer, N., Wegerif, R., & Major, L. (Eds). Routledge.

Ludvigsen, S., Rasmussen, I., Rødnes, K.A., Frøytlog, J.I., Warwick, P., Major, L., & Smørdal, O. (2019). Learning as Gap-Closing in and Across Subjects: Digitalised Dialogues Across the Curriculum. In Designs for Experimentation and Inquiry: Approaching Learning and Knowing in Digital Transformation. Mäkitalo, A., Nicewonger, T., & Elam, M. (Eds). Routledge.

Cook, V., Warwick, P., Boggis, S., Chadwick, D., Makepeace, S. & Davis, C. (2019) Developing collaboration, communication and critical thinking using a micro-blogging tool. Impact, Special Edition - Education Technology. Chartered College of Teaching. London: Redactive Media Group, pp 57-59. 

Rasmussen, I., & Hagen, Å. (2015). Facilitating students’ individual and collective knowledge construction through microblogs. International Journal of Educational Research, 72: 149–161. doi:10.1016/j.ijer.2015.04.014.


American Educational Research Association (AERA) Annual Conference, Toronto, Canada. ‘Dialogic Interactions in Digital Contexts: Multimodal, Multilevel, and Temporal Analyses’. April 2019

Majorstuer Skola, Oslo, Norway. Connecting teaching, learning and assessment for the C21st. April 2018.

University of Durham, UK. Combining a developing dialogic pedagogy & digital tool use: the potential of microblogging in creating a ‘dialogic space for learning’. Research Seminar Series. March 2018

Association for Learning Technology Conference (ALT-C), Liverpool, UK. Investigating the potential of micro-blogging in creating a ‘dialogic space for learning’. Sept 2017.

Exeter University Graduate School of Education. Digitalised Dialogues Across the Curriculum: Investigating the use of a micro-blogging tool in the ‘dialogic classroom’. January 2017.

University of Edinburgh, UK.  Digitalised Dialogues Across the Curriculum (DiDiAC): Enhancing Classroom Dialogue by using Talkwall to ‘Think Together’. Research in Digital Education Seminar. January 2017.

University of Leeds, UK. Digitalised Dialogues Across the Curriculum (DiDiAC): introducing TalkWall. Innovation session for the British Educational Research Association (BERA) Annual Conference.  September 2016.

University of Tartu, Estonia.  Digitalised Dialogues Across the Curriculum (DiDiAC): Design-based interventions for developing 21st-century skills.  August 2016.

Centre for Technology Enhanced Learning, Department of Educational Research, Lancaster University, UK. Participatory Design & Design for Participation, a case with Talkwall.  June 2016. 

Faculty of Education, University of Cambridge. Enhancing classroom dialogue: using the micro-blogging tool Talkwall to 'Think Together'. NQT Professional Development Conference. March 2017. 

Faculty of Education, University of Cambridge. Designing tools to facilitate teacher-led discussions in the digitalised school.  March, 2015.

Poster at AERA, Annual Meeting, Chicago, Illinois. Facilitating Students' Individual and Collective Knowledge Construction through Microblogs.  April 2015.

n.b. Publications and presentations from 2015 are included here as they present the background for the DiDiAC project.