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Beckingham, S. (2018) Using Social Media to Learn from Conferences. Popovic, C. (ed.) Learning from Academic Conferences, Sense Publishers, Rotterdam. [In Print]

Beckingham, S. (2017). 'Sue Beckingham, @suebecks'. In: D. Hopkins, ed., Emergency Rations #EdTechRations: What’s so important we can’t leave it at home?, 1st ed.

Purvis, A., Rodger, H.M. , Beckingham, S. (2016) Experiences of Social Media in Higher Education: Barriers, Enablers and Next Steps. Social Media for Learning in Higher Education - Conference Proceedings 2015, Sheffield Hallam University. ISBN: 978-1-84387-394-5. DOI: http://doi.org/10.7190/SocMedHE/2015/10

Purvis, A., Rodger, H., and Beckingham, S. (2016) Engagement or Distraction: The use of Social Media for Learning in Higher Education. Student Engagement and Experience Journal, 5 (1).  

Lancaster, S. J. and Beckingham, S. (2016) The four dimensional conference: using social media at conferences. Higher Education Academy Blog (Online) Available at https://www.heacademy.ac.uk/blog/four-dimensional-conference-using-social-media-conferences

Beckingham, S. (2015) ‘My role as a facilitator: The value of reflection from multiple personal perspectives’, Learning and Teaching in Action, 11 (1) pp.44-51. Manchester Metropolitan University (Online). Available at: http://www.celt.mmu.ac.uk/ltia/Vol11Iss1

Nerantzi, C. and Beckingham, S. (2015) Scaling-up open CPD for teachers in higher education using a snowballing approach , in: Rennie, F. (ed.) The distributed university, JPAAP Special Issue, Volume 3, Issue 1, pp. 109-121. 

Beckingham, S. (2015) Social Media and Radiography July 2015 [Guest post] MedRadJClub. [Online] Available at: https://medradjclub.wordpress.com/medradblogs/

Beckingham, S. (2015) What does it mean to be a Digital Lifewide Learner? The Journal of Technology Enhanced Learning, Innovation and Change
Volume 1, Issue 1.  

Nerantzi, C. and Beckingham, S. (2015) BYOD4L: Learning to use own smart devices for learning and teaching through the 5C framework, in Middleton, A. (ed.) (2015): Smart learning: teaching and learning with smartphones and tablets in post-compulsory education, Sheffield: MELSIG publication, available at http://shura.shu.ac.uk/9616/

Middleton, A. and Beckingham, S. (2015) Social media for learning: A framework to inspire innovation, in Middleton, A. (ed.) (2015): Smart learning: teaching and learning with smartphones and tablets in post-compulsory education, Sheffield: MELSIG publication, available at http://shura.shu.ac.uk/9615/


Beckingham, S, (2015) How Social Media Can Help You Become a Creative Digital Scholar. In Willis, J. ed. Creative Academic Magazine Issue 1 Finding our Element, pp 22-26. [Online] Available at: http://www.creativeacademic.uk/magazine.html

Nerantzi, C. and Beckingham, S. (2015) Cross-institutional open course: BYOD4LJisc Digital Student Investigating students' expectations of the digital environment.

Beckingham, S., Nerantzi, C., Reed, P. and Walker, D. (2015) Speedy professional conversations around learning and teaching in higher education via the brand new tweetchat #LTHEchat, Journal ALISS Quarterly, February 2015, available at http://alissnet.org.uk/aliss-quarterly/


Beckingham, S. (2015) The Blended Professional: Jack of all Trades and Master of Some?, in Hopkins, D. (ed) The Really Useful #EdTechBook.

Nerantzi, C., Jackson, N. and Beckingham, S. (2014) Adapting HE to the Social Age of Learning: How can social media help?, in: Stodd, J. (ed.), Lifewide Magazine, Issue 11.

Nerantzi, C. and Beckingham, S. (2014) BYOD4L – Bring Your own Devices for Learning, ALT Newsletter. 8 August 2014, available at https://newsletter.alt.ac.uk/2014/08/byod4l-bring-your-own-devices-for-learning/

Beckingham, S., Purvis, A. and Rodger, H. (2014) The SHU Social Media CoLab: Developing a Social Media Strategy Through Open Dialogue and Collaborative Guidance. Eds. Asher Rospigliosi and Sue Greener. Proceedings of the European Conference on Social Media, University of Brighton. 

Nerantzi, C, Middleton, A and Beckingham, S (2014) Facilitators as co-learners in a collaborative open course for teachersand students in Higher Education, In: Learning in Cyberphysical Worlds, European Commission e-Learning paper, issue No. 39, pp. 1-10

Nerantzi, C. and Beckingham S. (eds.) (2014) Using Social Media in the Social Age of Learning, Lifewide Magazine, Special Edition.

Nerantzi, C. and Beckingham, S. (2014) BYOD4L - Our Magical Open Box to Enhance Individuals' Learning Ecologies, in: Jackson, N. and Willis, J. (eds) Lifewide Learning and Education in Universities and Colleges E-book.

Bradley, S. and Beckingham, S. (2013) Evaluation of the Learning, Teaching and Assessment Orientation Events. Deepwell, F. and Buckley, C. eds. SEDA Special 35 SEDA Grants.

Beckingham, S. and Adams, J. (2013) Introduction to Twitter for Educational Developers. SEDA Educational Developments 14.3. 

Dujardin, F. and Edwards, K. and Beckingham, S. (2012) Diigo: Social Bookmarking in a Professional Communication Course. Cheal, C., Coughlin, J., and Moore, S. eds. Transformation in Teaching: Social Media Strategies in Higher Education.

Beckingham, S. (2012) 'The role of social media within higher education'. Page 4. Uni Magazine. http://content.yudu.com/Library/A1xqgd/UNIJuly2012/resources/index.htm

Beckingham, S. (2011) The impact of Twitter and its new relationship with the SEDA communitySEDA Educational Developments 12.4.


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