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Kevin Burden

Professor of Educational Technology


Viewing mobile learning from a pedagogical perspective (2012)
Journal Article
Kearney, M., Schuck, S., Burden, K., & Aubusson, P. (2012). Viewing mobile learning from a pedagogical perspective. Research in Learning Technology, 20(1), https://doi.org/10.3402/rlt.v20i0/14406

Mobile learning is a relatively new phenomenon and the theoretical basis is currently under development. The paper presents a pedagogical perspective of mobile learning which highlights three central features of mobile learning: authenticity, collabo... Read More

Using the 3V model to explore virtuality, veracity and values in liminal spaces (2011)
Book Chapter
Burden, K., & Atkinson, S. (2011). Using the 3V model to explore virtuality, veracity and values in liminal spaces. In S. D'Agustino (Ed.), Adaption, resistance and access to instructional technologies: assessing future trends in education, 199-215. The University of Hull. doi:10.4018/978-1-61692-854-4

Adaptation and adoption of immature emergent technologies for instruction fails to account for the challenge to, and creation of, new concepts of self, identity and community both in real and virtual spaces. New insight is necessary to develop social... Read More

'De-coupling groups in space and time': Evaluating new forms of social dialogue for learning (2010)
Book Chapter
Burden, K., & Atkinson, S. (2010). 'De-coupling groups in space and time': Evaluating new forms of social dialogue for learning. Cases on online discussion and interaction: experiences and outcomes, 141-158. IGI Global. https://doi.org/10.4018/978-1-61520-863-0.ch007

Prior to the Web, we had hundreds of years of experience with broadcast media, from printing presses to radio and TV. Prior to email, we had hundreds of years experience with personal media - the telegraph, the telephone. But outside the Internet, we... Read More

Conceptualising teachers' professional learning with Web 2.0 (2010)
Journal Article
Burden, K. J. (2010). Conceptualising teachers' professional learning with Web 2.0. Campus-Wide Information Systems, 27(3), 148-161. https://doi.org/10.1108/10650741011054456

Purpose – This paper seeks to identify and develop an exploratory framework for conceptualising how teachers might use the affordances of Web 2.0 technologies to support their own professional learning. Design/methodology/approach – The paper draws o... Read More

Personalising teaching and learning with digital resources: DiAL-e framework case studies (2009)
Book Chapter
Atkinson, S., & Burden, K. (2009). Personalising teaching and learning with digital resources: DiAL-e framework case studies. Technology-supported environments for personalised learning: methods and case studies, 91-108. IGI Global. https://doi.org/10.4018/978-1-60566-884-0.ch006

This chapter describes the ways in which individual academics have sought to realise a degree of personalisation in their teaching practice through their engagement with the DiAL-e Framework (Digital Artefacts for Learner Engagement). The DiAL-e Fram... Read More

Mobile learning for teacher professional learning: benefits, obstacles and issues (2009)
Journal Article
Burden, K., Aubusson, P., & Schuck, S. (2009). Mobile learning for teacher professional learning: benefits, obstacles and issues. ALT-J, 17(3), 233-247. https://doi.org/10.1080/09687760903247641

This paper reflects on the role of mobile learning in teachers’ professional learning. It argues that effective professional learning requires reflection and collaboration and that mobile learning is ideally suited to allow reflection-inaction and to... Read More

Ethical professional mobile learning for teaching and nursing workplaces
Book Chapter
Burden, K., Aubusson, P., & Schuck, S. Ethical professional mobile learning for teaching and nursing workplaces. The University of Hull

The ubiquity, accessibility and flexibility of mobile technologies suggests they will be valuable for professional learning, particularly in professions where most of the work does not occur at a set workstation. This chapter focuses on two such prof... Read More

Mobile technologies and authentic learning in the primary school classroom
Book Chapter
Burden, K., & Maher, D. Mobile technologies and authentic learning in the primary school classroom

The use of mobile technologies, often referred to as m-learning, is increasing in many primary schools across the developed and developing world. In the developed world mobile devices such as iPads, tablets and smartphones are being used whilst in so... Read More