Eric D Ragan et al, ‘Unregulated use of laptops over time in large lecture classes‘ (2014) 78 Computers & Education 78. (paywalled)
Julia E Rodriguez, ‘Social media use in higher education: Key areas to consider for educators‘ (2011).
Gráinne Conole and Panagiota Alevizou, ‘A literature review of the use of Web 2.0 tools in Higher Education‘ (2010) A report commissioned by the Higher Education Academy.
Lenore Georgina Adeline Hamilton, ‘Social Media and the Tyranny of Distance-Pacific Access to Legal Information‘ (2013) 1(1) Journal of Open Access to Law.
Liesel Spencer and Elen Seymour, ‘Reading Law: Motivating Digital Natives to ‘Do the Reading’’ http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=2473448.
Sonja Grussendorf, ‘How is technology disrupting traditional academic practice? A look back at the NetworkED series‘, (LSE Impact of Social Sciences Blog, 28 May 2013).
Alysia Blackham and George Williams, Australian Courts and Social Media (September 27, 2013). Alternative Law Journal, Vol. 38, Issue 3; UNSW Law Research Paper No. 2013-66.
Melissa Castan, Kate Galloway and Kristoffer Greaves, ‘Interconnectedness, Multiplexity and the Global Student: The Role of Blogging and Micro Blogging in Opening Students’ Horizons‘ (2012) 5(1/2) Journal of the Australasian Law Teachers Association 177.
Kate Galloway, Kristoffer Greaves and Melissa Castan, ‘Gatecrashing The Research Paradigm: Effective Integration Of Online Technologies In Maximising Research Impact And Engagement In Legal Education‘ (2013) 6(1/2) Journal of the Australasian Law Teachers Association 83.
Kristoffer Greaves and Julianne Lynch, ‘Is The Lecturer In The Room? A Study Of Student Satisfaction With Online Discussion Within Practical Legal Training‘ (2012) 22(1&2) Legal Education Review 147.
Deborah Lupton, ‘Survey findings point to the benefits and risks associated with academics using social media‘, LSE Impact of Social Sciences Blog (24 June 2014).
Megan Poore, Using social media in the classroom: a best practice guide (2012).
Matthew Lynch, ‘Technology and Graduation Rate: a Direct Correlation‘, Huffington Post (18 July 2014).
Robert Richards, ‘Law Schools, Technology, and Access to Justice Conference 2014‘, (Storify July 2014).
Marilyn Krawitz, various articles listed include:
— ‘Can Australian Judges Keep their ‘Friends’ Close and their Ethical Obligations Closer? An Analysis of the Issues Regarding Australian Judges’ Social Media Use’ (2013) 23(1) Journal of Judicial Administration 14.
— ‘Summoned by Social Media: Why Australian Courts Should Have Social Media Accounts’ (2014) 23(3) Journal of Judicial Administration 182.
— ‘Stop the Presses, but not the Tweets! Why Australian Judicial Officials Should Permit Journalists to Use Social Media in the Courtroom’ (2013) 15(1) Flinders Law Journal 1.
— ‘May It Tweet the Court: Ethical Considerations Involving Australian Lawyers’ Social Media Use’ (2013) 2 Journal of Civil Litigation and Practice 85.
— “Court Policies and Regulations on Social Media, Who Is Doing What in Australia and Around the World?” – The Australasian Institute of Judicial Administration Incorporated’s Social Media and the Courts Conference, Federal Court of Australia, Sydney, Australia, 14 June 2013.
— “Social Media and the Courts” – Speech to Judicial Officers and Court Staff, Supreme Court of Canada, 5 February 2014.
— “Social Media and the Courts” – Speech to staff and students, Harvard University, 7 February 2014.
— “Should Journalists Be Able to Use Social Media in the Courtroom and Should Judges Be Prevented from Using Social Media” – Speech to Judges’ Clerks, Court of Appeal for Ontario, Toronto, Canada, 27 June 2013.