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Anastasia Gouseti

Lecturer in Digital Education


‘We'd never had to set up a virtual school before’: Opportunities and challenges for primary and secondary teachers during emergency remote education (2021)
Journal Article
Gouseti, A. (2021). ‘We'd never had to set up a virtual school before’: Opportunities and challenges for primary and secondary teachers during emergency remote education. Review of Education, 9(3), https://doi.org/10.1002/rev3.3305

The Covid-19 pandemic has brought about the largest disruption to formal education in recent history and has resulted in school closures and the move to online teaching and learning across the globe. Using data from interviews with 25 teachers and he... Read More about ‘We'd never had to set up a virtual school before’: Opportunities and challenges for primary and secondary teachers during emergency remote education.

Schools' perceptions and experiences of critical digital literacies across four European countries - DETECT project report 2 (2021)
Report
Gouseti, A., Bruni, I., Ilomäki, L., Lakkala, M., Mundy, D., Elisa Raffaghelli, J., …Romeu, T. (2021). Schools' perceptions and experiences of critical digital literacies across four European countries - DETECT project report 2. Erasmus+

This is the second report of the DETECT project. The report aims to develop an understanding of teachers’ needs in relation to critical digital literacies within a school context. It presents the empirical activities carried out as part of Intellectu... Read More about Schools' perceptions and experiences of critical digital literacies across four European countries - DETECT project report 2.

Critical Digital Literacies framework for educators - DETECT project report 1 (2021)
Report
Gouseti, A., Bruni, I., Ilomäki, L., Lakkala, M., Mundy, D., Raffaghelli, J. E., …Romeu, T. (2021). Critical Digital Literacies framework for educators - DETECT project report 1. Erasmus+

This is the first report of the DETECT project. The report presents the Critical Digital Literacies framework that has been created as part of the project’s Intellectual Output 1. This framework is the result of collaborative work across all project... Read More about Critical Digital Literacies framework for educators - DETECT project report 1.

Adopting the use of a legacy digital artefact in formal educational settings: opportunities and challenges (2020)
Journal Article
Gouseti, A., Abbott, D., Burden, K., & Jeffrey, S. (2020). Adopting the use of a legacy digital artefact in formal educational settings: opportunities and challenges. Technology, Pedagogy and Education, 29(5), 613-629. https://doi.org/10.1080/1475939X.2020.1822435

This paper explores how a legacy digital artefact can be adopted within formal education settings and looks at the pedagogical and other opportunities created by its use within three primary and secondary classrooms in the UK. Through a comparative c... Read More about Adopting the use of a legacy digital artefact in formal educational settings: opportunities and challenges.

Exploring doctoral students’ use of digital technologies: what do they use them for and why? (2017)
Journal Article
Gouseti, A. (2017). Exploring doctoral students’ use of digital technologies: what do they use them for and why?. Educational review, 69(5), 638-654. https://doi.org/10.1080/00131911.2017.1291492

© 2017 Educational Review. Digital technologies now form an integral feature of the university student experience and there is a range of studies that explore digital technology use within a higher education context. However, very few of these studie... Read More about Exploring doctoral students’ use of digital technologies: what do they use them for and why?.

Digital Scholars in a Mobile World. Post-event report on a Symposium held at the University of Hull - Exploring work-life balance in increasingly mobile and digitised academic environments (2017)
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Ploner, J., & Gouseti, A. (2017). Digital Scholars in a Mobile World. Post-event report on a Symposium held at the University of Hull - Exploring work-life balance in increasingly mobile and digitised academic environments. London: EPSRC Balance Network

The aim of this one-day symposium was to critically explore the largely under-researched links between mobility, technology and work/life balance in contemporary academic/Higher Education settings. Contributions were provided both by emerging and es... Read More about Digital Scholars in a Mobile World. Post-event report on a Symposium held at the University of Hull - Exploring work-life balance in increasingly mobile and digitised academic environments.

Development of cross-curricular key skills using a 3D immersive learning environment in schools (2017)
Journal Article
Abbott, D., Jeffrey, S., Gouseti, A., Burden, K., & Maxwell, M. (2017). Development of cross-curricular key skills using a 3D immersive learning environment in schools. Communications in Computer and Information Science, 725, 60-74. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-60633-0_6

© Springer International Publishing AG 2017. Pedagogical opportunities offered by 3D immersive environments are not restricted to subject-based knowledge but also include non-disciplinary and cross-curricular key skills. This pilot study introduced a... Read More about Development of cross-curricular key skills using a 3D immersive learning environment in schools.

Digital Technologies for School Collaboration (2014)
Book
Gouseti, A. (2014). Digital Technologies for School Collaboration. Palgrave Macmillan. https://doi.org/10.1057/9781137372857

Web-based school collaboration has attracted the sustained attention of educators, policy-makers, and governmental bodies around the world during the past decade. This book sheds new light on this topical but ever so complex issue. Drawing on a wealt... Read More about Digital Technologies for School Collaboration.

‘Old Wine in Even Newer Bottles’: the uneasy relationship between web 2.0 technologies and European school collaboration (2013)
Journal Article
Gouseti, A. (2013). ‘Old Wine in Even Newer Bottles’: the uneasy relationship between web 2.0 technologies and European school collaboration. European Journal of Education, 48(4), 570-585. https://doi.org/10.1111/ejed.12051

The idea of using digital technologies and in particular web 2.0 tools to enhance school collaboration has recently been received with great enthusiasm and a range of new collaborative initiatives has emerged. Through a comparative qualitative case s... Read More about ‘Old Wine in Even Newer Bottles’: the uneasy relationship between web 2.0 technologies and European school collaboration.

An overview of web-based school collaboration: a history of success or failure? (2013)
Journal Article
Gouseti, A. (2013). An overview of web-based school collaboration: a history of success or failure?. Cambridge Journal of Education, 43(3), 377-390. https://doi.org/10.1080/0305764X.2013.792785

The notion of school collaboration has become widely recognised as an effective means of fostering cultural links and supporting communication between geographically separated schools. As shall be acknowledged in this paper, school collaboration foll... Read More about An overview of web-based school collaboration: a history of success or failure?.