publications

translations and original work

some of my book translations with the originals

a list of translated and original publications can be accessed here

Academic publications

Articles/Papers

Nerantzi, C (work-in-progress) Open feedback, implications and how to deal with it to maximise learning, an example from Higher Education

Nerantzi, C (submitted) A personal journey of discoveries through a DIY open course development for professional development of teachers in Higher Education (invited paper), Journal of Pedagogic Development, University of Bedfordshire, http://www.beds.ac.uk/jpd

Nerantzi, C and Despard, C (under review) Lego models to aid reflection. Enhancing the summative assessment experience in the context of Professional Discussions within accredited Academic Development provision, Journal Perspectives in Applied Academic Practice

Nerantzi, C (submitted) Using web-conferencing technologies to enable wider learning conversations for professional development, Education and Culture DG, Lifelong Learning Programme, Education, Audiovisual and Executive Agency

Nerantzi, C and McCusker, S (2014) A taster of the LEGO(R) Serious Play(R) Method for Higher Education, OER14 Building Communities of Open Practice, Conference Proceedings, 28-29 April 2014, Centre for Life, Newcastle, available at http://www.medev.ac.uk/oer14/19/view/

Nerantzi, C, Wilson, J, Munro, N, Lace-Costigan, G and Currie N (2014) Warning! Modelling effective mobile learning is infectious, an example from Higher Education, UCISA Best Practice Guide using mobile technologies for learning, teaching and assessment, available at http://www.ucisa.ac.uk/~/media/Files/publications/case_studies/ASG_Effective_Use_Mobile%20Learning pp. 11-17.

Nerantzi, C (2013) OER? What OER? Integrating video OER in a teacher education programme, Vol. 1 No 2, Journal Perspectives in Applied Academic Practice, pp. 61-65, available at http://jpaap.napier.ac.uk/index.php/JPAAP/article/view/68

Nerantzi, C (2013) About re-discovering the love of learning and learning to love teaching in the digital age, invited blog post for C21Scholar, 7 October 2013, available at http://www.thec21scholar.com/blog/teaching-in-the-digital-age/

Nerantzi, C, Lace-Costigan, G, Jackson, R, Currie, N, Despard, C and Peters, L (2013) Tweet-tweet who is there? Using Twitter in teacher education, Madhouse of Ideas, available at http://madhouseofideas.org/?page_id=502

Nerantzi, C (2013) An open peer observation experiment within the Postgraduate Certificate in Academic Practice (PGCAP) at the University of Salford, Issue 14.1, March 2013, Educational Developments Magazine, SEDA, pp. 15-19.

Nerantzi, C (2013) OER video series Food for thought: CPD on-the-go and for teachers in Higher Education, OER13 Conference Proceedings, Nottingham 26 and 27 March 2013

Nerantzi, C (2012) A case of problem-based learning for cross-institutional collaboration, Special European Conference in E-Learning, Brighton 11, Volume 10, Issue 3, Special Issue EJEL, The electronic Journal of e-Learning (EJEL), pp. 306-314, available at http://www.ejel.org/issue/current.html

Nerantzi, C (2011) Teaching and Learning Conversations. Flexible, bite-size staff development by, with and for academics, UCISA Best Practice guide on Engaging Academics with TEL, available at http://www.ucisa.ac.uk/publications/engaging.aspx, pp. 4-8.

Nerantzi, C (2011) ‘I didn’t know this was possible’ – exploring technology-enhanced learning and teaching approaches within Academic Development, Working with Diverse Group of Learners in the Digital Age, HEA Education Subject Centre ESCalate Publication, available at http://escalate.ac.uk/8538

Nerantzi, C (2011) Freeing Education within and beyond Academic Development, in: Greeener, S. and Rospigliosi, A. (eds.) Proceedings of the 10th European Conference on e-Learning, Brighton Business School, University of Brighton, 10-11 November, pp. 558-566, ECEL2011

Nerantzi, C, Currant, N, Avramenko, A & Harvey, V (2011) Feedback conversations in a blended classroom, TEAN STOREHOUSE, at http://www.cumbria.ac.uk/AboutUs/Subjects/Education/Research/TEAN/TeacherEducatorsStorehouse/Assessment/Assessment.aspx

Nerantzi, C (2011) Hooked on coaching, a reflective review, Storehouse, TEAN Journal, available at http://www.cumbria.ac.uk/AboutUs/Subjects/Education/Research/TEAN/TeacherEducatorsStorehouse/SharingIdeas/IndividualPapers.aspx

Nerantzi, C (2011) Open Educational Resources and Practices for all. Thoughts captured during and shortly after a short-term SCORE Fellowship, SEDA Educational Development Magazine, Issue 12.3, Sep 11, pp. 23-24

Nerantzi, C and Currant, N (2011) Using e-portfolios for learning and assessment within the Postgraduate Certificate in Academic Practice (PGCAP) at the University of Salford, Centre for Recording Achievement, available at www.recordingachievement.org

Nerantzi, C (2011) To act, or not to act, upon feedback? A case study in Academic Development, Students’ experience and student feedback, HEA Education Subject Centre, available at http://escalate.ac.uk/studentfeedback

Nerantzi, C (2011) ‘Not too much facilitation going on’ – Issues in facilitating Online Problem-Based Learning in Academic Development, in: Celebrating the Past and Embracing the Future: Evolution and Innovation in Problem-Based Learning Conference, 30 and 31 March 2011, University of Central Lancashire, pp. 111-124.

Nerantzi, C (2011) About using Mobile Reflections, in: Middleton, A. (ed) Media-Enhanced Feedback case studies and methods, JISC, ASSET, MELSIG, available at http://ppp.chester.ac.uk/images/4/43/Middleton-Media-enhanced_feedback_proceedings-final.pdf pp. 26-27 (ISBN: 978‐1‐84387‐337‐2)

Nerantzi, C (2011) Mobile Reflections (MoRe) Pilot, Developing Reflection within Initial Teacher Training for students with dyslexia, in: Middleton, A. (ed) Media-Enhanced Feedback case studies and methods, JISC, ASSET, MELSIG, available at http://ppp.chester.ac.uk/images/4/43/Middleton-Media-enhanced_feedback_proceedings-final.pdf pp. 21-25 (ISBN: 978‐1‐84387‐337‐2)

book chapters/case studies

Nerantzi, C and Withnell, N (accepted) We just ‘clicked’: sharing team experiences, a reflective conversation between a learner and a facilitator of an open online course. in Whatley, J and Nerantzi, C (eds) Teaching with Team Projects

Nerantzi, C and Hannaford, L (accepted) Action learning sets flipping the classroom, advantages and challenges. An example from Academic Development, in Whatley, J and Nerantzi, C (eds) Teaching with Team Projects

Nerantzi, C and Beckingham, S (2014) BYOD4L – Our Magical Open Box to Enhance Individuals’ Learning Ecologies, in:  Jackson, N. & Willis, J. (eds.) Lifewide Learning and Education in Universities and Colleges E-Book, avaialable at http://www.learninglives.co.uk/e-book.html. – invited chapter

Smith, C and Nerantzi, C (2013) ePortfolios: Assessment as learning using social media, in: Miller, D & Volk, B, E-Portfolio an der Schnittstelle von Studium und Beruf, Muenster: Waxmann, pp. 147-166. – invited chapter

Nerantzi, C (2013) Tutorial Audio Feedback, in: Middleton, A. (ed) Digital Voices. A collaborative exploration of the recorded voice in post-compulsory education, MEL SIG publication, pp. 128-131.

Nerantzi, C (2013) Using Voicethread to enable media-rich online collaborative learning, in: Middleton, A. (ed) Digital Voices. A collaborative exploration of the recorded voice in post-compulsory education, MELSIG publication, pp. 160-165.

Nerantzi, C (2013) “Sell your bargains” Playing a mixed-reality game with academics to spice-up teaching in HE, in: Baek, Y and Whitton, N. (Eds.) Cases on Digital Game-Based Learning: Methods, Models and Strategies, Information Science Reference, Hershey: IGI Global, pp. 131-144.

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