Publications

Books

Under contract

Sefton-Green, J. Watkins, Craig S. & Kirshner, B. Young people’s journeys into creative work challenges and transitions into the workforce. New York: Routledge.

 Authored books

Erstad, O., Gilje, O., Sefton-Green, J. with Arnseth, H-C. (Eds.) (2016).Learning identities, education and community: Young lives in the cosmopolitan city.Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Livingstone, S. & Sefton-Green, J. (2016). The class: Living and learning in the digital age. New York: New York University Press.

Ito, M., Gutiérrez, K., Livingstone, S., Penuel, B., Rhodes, J. Salen, K., Schor, J., Sefton-Green, J. & Watkins, S.C. (2013). Connected learning: An agenda for research and design. Cambridge, Mass: MIT.

Sefton-Green, J. (2013). Learning at not-school: A review of study, theory and advocacy for education in non-formal settings. Cambridge Mass: MIT Press.

Lord, P., Doherty, P. & Sefton-Green, J. (2000) Making Connections: Informal media education projects for young people. Leicester, UK: NFER and the National Youth Agency. 

Buckingham, D., Grahame, J. & Sefton-Green, J. (1995). Making media: Practical production in media education. London: English and Media Centre.

Buckingham, D. & Sefton-Green, J. (1994). Cultural studies goes to school:reading and teaching popular culture.London: Taylor and Francis.

Edited books

Kumpulainen, K. & Sefton-Green, J. (Eds).(in production) Multiliteracies and Early Years Innovation: Perspectives from Finland and Beyond. New York: Routledge.

Sefton-Green, J. & Erstad, O. (Eds.). (2018). Learning beyond the school: International perspectives on the schooled society. London: Routledge.

Sefton-Green, J. and Rowsell, J. (Eds.) (2014). Learning and literacy over time: Longitudinal perspectives. New York: RoutledgeFalmer.

Erstad, O. & Sefton-Green, J. (Eds.). (2013). Identity, community, and learning lives in the digital age. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Sefton-Green, J., Thomson, P. Jones, K. & Bresler, L. (Eds.) (2011). The Routledge international handbook of creative learning. London: Routledge.

Thomson, P. & Sefton-Green, J. (Eds). (2010). Researching creative learning: Methods and approaches. London: Routledge.

Sefton-Green, J. (Ed.) (2008). Creative learning. London, UK: Creative Partnerships CCE Research. https://www.creativitycultureeducation.org/publication/creative-learning/

Sefton-Green, J. & Sinker, R. (Eds.). (2000). Evaluating creativity: Making and learning by young people. London: Routledge.

Sefton-Green, J. (Ed.). (1999). Young people, creativity and new technologies: The challenge of digital arts. London: Routledge.

Sefton-Green, J. (Ed.).(1998).Digital diversions: Youth culture in the age of multimedia. London: UCL Press.

Book chapters

Luke, A., Sefton-Green, J., Burwell, C. & Lenters, K. (2018). After multiliteracies: Ethics and citizenship, diversity and survival. In A. Luke, Critical literacies in the classroom: Collaborative works, 1992-2017. New York: Routledge.

Livingstone, S. & Sefton-Green J. (2018). Class in The Class: Conservative, competitive and (dis)connected. In J. Deery & A. Press (Eds.), Media and class: TV, film, and digital culture(pp. 176-188). New York: Routledge.

Luke, A., Sefton-Green, J., Graham, P., Kellner, D. & Ladwig, J. (2018). Digital ethics, political economy and the curriculum: This changes everything. In K. Mills, A. Stornaiuolo & J. Pandya-Zacher(eds.). Handbook of writing, literacies and education in digital culture (pp. 251-263).New York: Routledge.

Sefton-Green, J. (2018). Introduction: Learning beyond the school. International perspectives on the schooled society. In J. Sefton-Green & O. Erstad (Eds.), Learning beyond the schooled society (pp. 1-15). London: Routledge.

Sefton-Green, J.(2018). Outing the “out” in out-of-school: a comparative international perspective. In J. Sefton-Green & O. Erstad (Eds.), Learning beyond the schooled society (pp. 193-208). London: Routledge.

Sefton-Green, J.& Ladwig, J. (2018). Learning keywords – a cultural studies approach to schooling and pedagogy. In J. Sefton-Green & O. Erstad (Eds.), Learning beyond the schooled society(pp. 16-27). London: Routledge.

Sefton-Green, J.(2018). Beyond the totally pedagogicized society: Final reflections. In J. Sefton-Green & O. Erstad (Eds.), Learning beyond the schooled society (pp. 227-232). London: Routledge.

Sefton-Green, J. (2017). Cultural studies. In K. Pepper (Ed.) SAGE encyclopedia of out-of-school learning(pp. 181-184). London: SAGE Publications.

Sefton-Green, J.(2017). WAC arts. In K. Peppler (Ed.), SAGE encyclopedia of out-of-school learning(pp. 823-826). London, SAGE Publications.

Sefton-Green, J. (2016). Can studying learning across contexts change educational research or will it led to the pedagogicization of everyday life? InO. Erstad, K. Kumpulainen, A. Makitalo, K.C. Schroder & P.Pruulmann-Vengerfeldt(Eds.). Learning across contexts in the knowledge society (pp. 243-251). Rotterdam, The Netherlands: Sense Publishers.

Sefton-Green, J. (2015). Negotiating the pedagogicisation of everyday life: The art of learning. In C. Driscoll, G. Noble & G. Watkins (Eds.). Cultural pedagogies and human conduct(pp. 45-59). New York: RoutledgeFalmer.

Sefton-Green, J. (2015). Introduction. Making sense of longitudinal perspectives on literacy learning–a revisiting approach. In J. Sefton-Green, & J. Rowsell (Eds.) Learning and literacy over time: longitudinal perspectives(pp. 1-15). Abingdon, UK & New York, NY: Routledge.

Sefton-Green, J. (2015). Cultural studies went to school and where did It end up? In J. Sefton-Green & J. Rowsell (Eds.) Learning and literacy over time: longitudinal perspectives(pp. 46-60). Abingdon, UK & New York, NY: Routledge.

Sefton-Green, J. (2015). What (and where) is the ‘learning’ when we talk about learning in the home? (in Spanish/English). Retrieved from: http://edarte.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/02/+Q-IMGNS-Castellano.pdf

Sefton-Green, J. (2014). From ‘othering’ to incorporation: The dilemmas of crossing informal and formal learning boundaries. In K. Sandford, T. Rogers & M. Kendrick (Eds.). Everyday youth literacies: Critical perspectives for new times (pp. 175-189). Singapore: Springer.

Duseel, I., Ferrante, P. & Sefton-Green, J. (2013). Changing narratives of change: (Un)intended consequences of educational technology reform in Argentina. In N. Selwyn & K. Facer (Eds.) The politics of education and technology:Conflicts, controversies, and connections(pp. 127-145).New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

Sefton-Green, J. & Erstad, O. (2013). Identity, community, and learning lives in the digital age (pp. 1-19). In O. Erstand & J. Sefton-Green (Eds.), Identity, community, and learning lives in the digital age (pp. 1-19). Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.

Erstad, O., & Sefton-Green, J. (2013). Digital disconnect? The ‘digital learner’ and the school. In O. Erstand & J. Sefton-Green(Eds.), Identity, community, and learning lives in the digital age (pp. 87-104). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.

Sefton-Green, J. (2011). Creative digital cultures: Informal learning beyond the school. In J. Sefton-Green, P. Thomson, K. Jones, & L. Bresler (Eds.) The Routledge international handbook of creative learning (pp. 244-252). London: Routledge.

Sefton-Green, J. (2011). Judgement, authority and legitimacy. Evaluating creative learning. In J. Sefton-Green, P. Thomson, K. Jones, & L. Bresler (Eds.) The Routledge international handbook of creative learning (pp. 307-315).London: Routledge.

Thomson, P., & Sefton-Green, J. (2011). Introduction. In P. Thomson, & J. Sefton-Green (Eds.) Researching creative learning: Methods and issues(pp. 1-14). London: Routledge.

Sefton-Green, J., & Bresler, L. (2011). Theories and histories: Creative learning and its contexts. In J. Sefton-Green, P. Thomson, K. Jones, & L. Bresler (Eds.) The Routledge international handbook of creative learning(pp. 9-14). London: Routledge.

Sefton-Green, J., Thomson, P., Jones, K., & Bresler, L. (2011). Introduction. In J. Sefton-Green, P. Thomson, K. Jones, & L. Bresler (Eds.), The Routledge international handbook of creative learning(pp. 1-8). London: Routledge.

Sefton-Green, J., & Thomson, P. (2011). Creativity, the arts and schools. In J. Sefton-Green, P. Thomson, K. Jones, & L. Bresler (Eds.), The Routledge international handbook of creative learning (pp. 116-117). London: Routledge.

Sefton-Green, J. (2008). Informal learning: A solution in search of a problem?In K. Drotner, H.S. Jensen & K.C. Schroder (Eds.). Informal learning and digital media: Constructions, contexts and consequences (pp. 238-255). Newcastle, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

Sefton-Green, J.& Soep, E. (2007). Creative media cultures: Making and learning beyond the school. In L. Bresler (Ed.). International handbook of research in arts education(pp. 835-854). Dordrecht, The Netherlands: Springer.

O’Hear, S. & Sefton-Green, J.(2004). Creative ‘communities’: How social and technological worlds collaborate? In K. Miell & K. Littleton (Eds.) Collaborative creativity: Contemporary perspectives (pp. 113-125).London: Free Association Books.

de Block, L. & Sefton-Green, J. (2004). Refugee children in a virtual world: Intercultural online communication and community. In A. Brown & N. Davis (Eds.) Digital technology, communities and education. World yearbook of education 2004 (pp. 196- 210). London: Routledge/Falmer.

O’Hear, S. & Sefton-Green, J. (2004).Style, genre and technology: The strange case of youth culture online. In I. Snyder & C. Beavis (Eds.). Doing literacyonline(pp. 121-144).Cresskill, NJ: New Hampton Press.

Sefton-Green, J. (2004). Initiation rites: A small boy in a Poke-world. In J. Tobin (Ed.). Pikachu’s global adventure(pp. 141-164). Durham NC: Duke University Press.

Buckingham, D. & Sefton-Green, J.(2004). Gotta catch ‘em all: Structure, agency or pedagogy in children’s media culture. In J. Tobin (Ed.). Pikachu’s global adventure(pp. 12-33). Durham NC: Duke University Press.

Sefton-Green, J. & Nixon, H. (2003). Can ‘English’ cope? The challenge of popular culture, digital technologies and curriculum change. In B. Doecke, D. Homer & H. Nixon (Eds.). English teachers at work: Narratives, counter-narratives and arguments(pp. 242-254). Kent Town, South Australia: AATE/Interface and Wakefield Press.

Sefton-Green, J.(2002). Cementing the virtual relationship: Children’s TV goes online. In D. Buckingham (Ed.) Small screens: Television for children(pp. 185-207). London: Continuum Press.

Sefton-Green, J. (2001). The ‘end of school’ or just ‘out of school’? ICT, the home and digital cultures. In C. Beavis & C. Durant (Eds.). P(ICT)ures of English(pp. 162-175). Kent Town, South Australia: AATE/ Wakefield Press.

Sefton-Green, J. (1999). A framework for digital arts and the curriculum. In J. Sefton-Green(Ed.). Young people, creativity and new technologies: The challenge of digital arts (pp. 146-154). London: Routledge.

Sefton-Green, J. (2000). From creativity to cultural production: Shared perspectives. In J. Sefton-Green& R. Sinker (Eds.). (2000).Evaluating creativity: Making and learning by young people. Chapter 10. London: Routledge.

Sefton-Green, J. and Reiss, V. (1999). Multimedia literacies: Developing the creative uses of new technology with young people. InJ. Sefton-Green (Ed.) Young people, creativity and new technologies: The challenge of digital arts (pp. 1-11). London: Routledge.

Buckingham, D., Scanlon, M. & Sefton-Green, J. (2001). Selling the digital dream: Marketing educational technology to teachers and parents. In A. Loveless & V. Ellis (Eds.). Subject to change: Information technology, pedagogy and the curriculum (pp.20-40). London: Routledge.

Buckingham, D. & Sefton-Green, J. (1997). Multimedia education: A curriculum for the future. In R. Kubey & B. Ruben (Eds.). Media literacy in the information age: Current perspectives on information and behaviour, Vol. 6. New Brunswick, Canada: Transaction Press.

Buckingham, D. & Sefton-Green, J. (1993). Making sense of the media: From reading to culture. In S. Brindley (Ed.). Teaching English. (pp. 98-104). London: Routledge.

Sefton-Green, J.(1993). Untidy, depressing and violent: a boy’s own story’. In D. Buckingham (Ed.). Reading audiences: Young people and the media(pp. 135-158). Manchester, UK: Manchester University Press.

Sefton-Green, J. (1990). Teaching and learning about representation: Culture and The Cosby Showin a North London Comprehensive. In D. Buckingham (Ed.). Watching media learning(pp. 127-150). Brighton, UK: Falmer Press.

Refereed journal articles

Sefton-Green, J. (in press) Towards a cultural history of digital autodidacticism–changing cultural narratives of education. Perspectiva (Florianópolis, Santa Catarina, Brasil).

Sefton-Green, J (under review) Can schools educate for democracy in the digital age? Oxford Research Encyclopaedia of Education

Stuart R. Poyntz, Rebecca Coles, Heather Fitzsimmons-Frey, Alysha Bains, Julian Sefton-Green& Michael Hoechsmann (2019) The non-formal arts learning sector, youth provision, and paradox in the learning city, Oxford Review of Education, 45:2, 258-278, DOI: 10.1080/03054985.2018.1551196

Luke, A. & Sefton-Green, J. (2017). Digital political implosion: The case for critical media literacy and digital ethics. Sprogforum/Journal ofLanguage and Culture Pedagogy.Issue 65.

(reprinted in Media Development4/2018 pp6-13. www.waccglobal.org)

Sefton-Green, J. & Erstad, O. (2017). Researching ‘learning lives’– a new agenda for learning, media and technology. Learning, Media and Technology, 42(2), 246-250. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/17439884.2016.1170034

Sefton-Green, J. (2017). Representing learning lives: What does it mean to map learning journeys? International Journal of Education Research84,111-118. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijer.2016.05.003

Kumpulainen, K. & Sefton-Green, J. (2014). What is connected learning and how to research it? International Journal of Learning and Media, 4(2), 7-18, doi: 10.1162/IJLM_a_00091.

Sefton-Green, J.(2014).Innovative methods for researching connected learning. Introduction to special issue of International Journal of Learning and Media,4(2), 1-5.

Sefton-Green, J.(2013). What (and where) is the ‘learning’ when we talk about learning in the home? Bankstreet Occasional Papers, 30,Fall.

Sefton-Green, J.(2011). Cultural studies and education: Reflecting on differences, impacts, effects and change. Cultural Studies, 25(1), 47?-62.

Erstad, O., Gile, O., Sefton-Green, J. & Vasbo, K. (2009). Exploring ‘learning lives’: Community, identity, literacy and meaning. Literacy, 43(2), 100-106.

Sefton-Green, J., Nixon, H. & Erstad, O. (2009). Reviewing approaches and perspectives on ‘digital literacy’.Pedagogies, 4(2), 105-127.

Sefton-Green, J.(2009). Beyond school: The future of media education.English in Australia, Nos. 127-8,

Sefton-Green, J.(2006). Youth, technology and media cultures. Review of Research in Education, 30, 279-306.

Hoechsmann, M. & Sefton-Green, J. (2006). Editorial: Listen up: Young people and media production (a l’écoute: Les jeunes et la production média).McGill Journal of Education, 41(3), 187-195.

Sefton-Green, J. (2005). Changing the rules? Computer games, theory, learning and play. Review Essay inDiscourse: The Cultural Politics of Education,26(3), 411-419.

Sefton-Green, J. (2005). Timelines, timeframes and special effects: Software and creative media production. Education, Communication & Information, 5(1), 99-110.

Buckingham, D. & Sefton-Green, J. (2003). Gotta catch ‘em all: Structure, agency or pedagogy in children’s media culture.Media Culture & Society, 25(3), 379-400.

Sefton-Green, J. (2003). Informal learning: Substance or style? Teaching Education,14(1), 37-51. https://doi.org/10.1080/10476210309391

Willet, R. & Sefton-Green, J. (2002). Living and learning in chatrooms (or does informal learning have anything to teach us?). Education et Sociétiés, 2(10), 57-77. doi: 10.3917/es.010.0057

Sefton-Green, J. (2001). Computers, creativity and the curriculum: The challenge for school, literacy and learning. Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy,44(8), 726-728.

Buckingham, D., Harvey, I., & Sefton-Green, J.(1999). The difference is digital? Digitaltechnology and student media production. Convergence: The Journal of Research into New Media Technologies5(4), 10-20.

Sefton-Green, J. (1999). Playing the game: The critical study of computer games. Convergence: The International Journal of Research into Mew Media, 5(2), 114-20.

Buckingham, D., & Sefton-Green, J. (1999). Children, young people and digital technology. Convergence:The Journal of Research into New Media Technologies5(4), 5-7.

Sefton-Green, J., & Buckingham, D. (1998). Shooting across the bows: cultural studies and action research meet again. Educational Action Research, 6(3), 527-529.

Sefton-Green, J.(1996). Neither ‘reading’ nor ‘writing’: The history of practical work in media education. Changing English,2(2), 77-96.

Buckingham, D. & Sefton-Green, J.(1996). Cultural studies meets action research in the media classroom. Journal of Educational Action Research, 2(2), 223-244. doi: 10.1080/0965079960040205.

Sefton-Green, J.& Buckingham, D. (1996). Digital visions: Children’s ‘creative’ uses of multimedia technologies.Convergence: The Journal of Research into New Media Technologies, 2(2), 47-79.

Buckingham, D. & Sefton-Green, J. (1993). Making sense of the media: From reading to culture. English in Education, 27(2), 1-10.

Refereed conference papers

Sefton-Green, J. (2002) Creative media cultures: Learning beyond the school’, conference, Learn, Create, Break Boundaries. Malmo, University, Sweden

Sefton-Green, J., Kumpulainen, K., Brennan, K., Mikkola, A., Peppler, K. & Soep, E. (2014). Learning and becoming through making and participatory media. In J.L. Polman et al. (Eds.). Proceedings of International Conference of the Learning Sciences (ICLS). Volume 1 (pp. 18-20). Boulder, CO: ICLS.

Sefton-Green, J. (2007). Creative subject(s): reflections on the history of media studies. Online proceedings of the ‘Sustaining Culture’ conference held at the University of South Australia, Adelaide, December 6-8, 2007. http://www.unisa.edu.au/com/minisites/csaa/onlineproceedings.htm

Other research outputs

Wood, N. & Sefton-Green, J. (2018). Researching the everyday digital. Project website produced by REDI, Deakin University. https://researching-the-everyday-digital.com/

2015-2017 London School of Economics (LSE). Parenting for a Digital Future. Blog entries. http://blogs.lse.ac.uk/parenting4digitalfuture/

Sefton-Green, J. (2017). Foreword. In The Routledge international handbook of media literacy education(pp. vii-x). London: Taylor & Francis.

Sefton-Green, J., Marsh, J., Erstad, O., & Flewitt, R. (2016).Establishing a research agenda for the digital literacy practices of young children: A white paper for COST Action IS1410. Retrieved from: http://digilitey.eu/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/DigiLitEYWP.pdf

Sefton-Green, J. & Brown, L. (2014).Mapping progression into digital creativity: Catalysts and disconnects. A State of the Art Report for The Nominet Trust (Oxford, UK). Retrieved from: https://www.nominettrust.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/Mapping-learner-progression-into-digital-creativity-FINAL.pdf

McDougall, J. with S. Livingstone, P. Fraser & J. Sefton-Green(2014). Media and information literacy policies in the UK.Report for COST/ ANR Translit. http://ppemi.ens-cachan.fr/data/media/colloque140528/rapports/UNITED-KINGDOM_2014.pdf

Sefton-Green, J. (2013). Mapping digital makers: A review exploring everyday creativity, learning lives and the digital.A State of the Art Report for The Nominet Trust (Oxford, UK). https://www.nominettrust.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/NT-SoA-6-Mapping-digital-makers.pdf

Thomson, P., Hall, C., Jones, K. &Sefton-Green, J. (2012). The signature pedagogies project: Final Report. Newcastle, UK: Creativity, Culture and Education (CCE). https://www.creativitycultureeducation.org/publication/the-signature-pedagogies-project/

Sefton-Green, J. (2011). Creative agents: A review and research project. Report. Newcastle, UK: Creativity, Culture and Education. https://www.creativitycultureeducation.org/publication/creative-agents-a-review-and-research-project/

Sefton-Green, J. (2009).Location, location, location: Rethinking space and place as sites and contexts for learning. A research essay for Beyond Current Horizons. http://www.beyondcurrenthorizons.org.uk/location-location-location-rethinking-space-and-place-as-sites-and-contexts-for-learning/

Sefton-Green, J. (2009).Operating systems? An analysis of the structural relationship between the ICT industries and education. A research essay for Beyond Current Horizons. http://www.beyondcurrenthorizons.org.uk/operating-systems-an-analysis-of-the-structural-relationship-between-the-ict-industries-and-education/

Sefton-Green, J. (Ed.) (2008). Creative learning. London: Arts Council of England: London.

Sefton-Green, J. (2008). What future for the non-formal learning sector? A report for the London Development Agency. Retrieved from: http://www.julianseftongreen.net/wp-content/uploads/2008/07/seftongreen_NFLS_essay.pdf

Sefton-Green, J.(2006). New spaces for learning: Developing the ecology of out-of-school education. Hawke Research Institute Working Paper Series. No. 35. Adelaide, South Australia: University of South Australia. Retrieved from: https://www.unisa.edu.au/Documents/EASS/HRI/working-papers/wp35.pdf

Sefton-Green, J. (2004). Literature review in informal learning with technology outside school. A NESTA Futurelab Series Report 7. Bristol, UK: Futurelab. https://telearn.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-00190222/document

Buckingham, D& Sefton-Green, J. (2003). Shared spaces: informal learning and digital cultures. Report. Institute of Education, University of London, UK.

Sefton-Green, J. & Parker, D. (2000). Edit play: How children use edutainment software to tell stories. London: British Film institute.

Non- Refereed Journals/Press

 

Terms of engagement: A provocation paper about engagement with learning for the Peter Underwood Centre, 31 August 2018

 

Pulse radio, Geelong, July 6th2018

Playing with Learning: a manifesto for the Playful Learning Centre, (2015) Sefton-Green, Julian; Kumpulainen, Kristiina; Lipponen, Lasse; Sintonen, Sara; Rajala, Antti; Hilppö, Jaakkohttp://hdl.handle.net/10138/158664

‘A brave new digital world is outside the school gates’ Connected Nos. 13 Summer 2005pp. 10-12

 

‘Playing with transformations: how digital production is changing the traditions of media education’ Media education journal 37 pp.25-27, 2005

 

‘Pokemon, Learning and Media Culture’ TelemediumVols. 52, 1&2 Spring 2005

Bailey, F. & Sefton-Green, J. (2004)Making Playful Learning Visible: Final Project Report http://www.ngf.org.uk/mplv/index.htm

Media Literacy or Media Arts? Competing Visions for the Future? Telemedium49-50. Nos. 1 Spring 2003

Viewpoint Column on Pokemon Daily Express13-6-00

‘Media Education, but not as We know it, Digital Technology and the End of Media Studies’English and Media Magazine 40. (1999).

‘From Regulation to Education’ Buckingham, D and Sefton-Green, J. English and Media Magazine 36. (1997).

‘English and the Futures Market’ English and Media Magazine 34. (1996).

‘Playing the Text: Computer Games and Media Education’ Autumn 1995 in 20:20 The National magazine for photography and Media EducationNos. 3

‘From Real Book to Play Books to Un-Books: Developments in Digital Publishing’ The English and Media Magazine30. (1994).

 

‘Making Sense of the Media: from Reading to Culture’ Buckingham, D and Sefton-Green, J. ‘English in Education’ Summer 1993

‘Hypertext: the final frontier.’ The English and Media Magazine28. (1993)

‘In Other Words: Evaluating Media Learning’. with D. Buckingham The English and Media Magazine26. (1992)

 

 

Teaching Packs/Broadcast Material

Vox Pops ‘Inform and Empower’ (OFCOM conference) Jan 2004

Editing Software in Englishwith Jenny Grahame, Rafal Kaniewski, BECTa 2000

http://vtc.ngfl.gov.uk/resource/cits/english/materials/editing.html

Hypein the ‘Scene’ series BBC.(dir. D. Milliard tx. Nov.. 1990)

Filmed as an exemplar of media education for the BFI/OU distance learning package E555. (1991)

‘Comics and Magazines’ and ‘Publishing: the Book and the Reader’ in Media Education; an Introductioned. Alverado, M. & Boyd Barrett, O. Open University/British Film Institute( 1992)

Media in English classroom materials for key stage  3. ed. T. Wollen British Film Institute (1991) .

‘The Music Industry’ Blanchard, T., Greenleaf, S & Sefton-Green, J. inWham Wrapping: teaching the music industryLondon: British Film Institute(1989).

 

The Music Business; a teaching pack Blanchard, T., Greenleaf, S & Sefton-Green, J. London: Hodder and Stoughton (1989)

Policy Documents

 

Media Matters; A review of media studies in schools and colleges Qualifications and Curriculum Authority 2005

 

Secondary Media Education. A Curriculum Statement ed. Bowker. J. British Film Institute 1991

Peer Review

English and Media Magazine, 20:20, Times Educational Supplement, Convergence, New Media and Society,  Australian Education Researcher, Pedagogies, Cultural Trends, Educational Studies, Cultural Sociology, Education, Communication and Information, International Journal Education & the Arts, Learning Media and Technology, Asia Pacific Journal of Education, Poetics, Teaching Education, Oxford Review of Education

Editorial Work on Book Series and Academic Journals

 

Editorial Board: Working Papers on Culture, Education and Human Development, http://psicologia.udg.edu/PTCEDH/presentation.asp

 

Series Editor, Connected Youth and Digital Futures New York University Press

 

Editorial Board: Digital Culture and Education, http://www.digitalcultureandeducation.com

 

International Editorial Board British Journal of Music Education  2007-2010

Joint editor for the literature review series for Creativity, Culture and Education(2008-2012).  Responsible for strategic commissioning.

https://www.creativitycultureeducation.org/research/?select_cat=27

 

Joint General Editor, Creative Teaching/Creative Learning series: David Fulton

 

Editorial Board of Aesthetics, Arts and Education, Springer International

 

Editorial Board of International Journal of Arts and Education,2006-2016

 

Joint general editor of a series of academic books, published by Routledge entitled Culture, Media and Education. 1996-2003

Member of Editorial Committee, English and Media Magazine. 1997-2002

Editorial Board Ways of Knowing Journal

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