Finished WritingAllowing for the observation that no writing is ever finished, these bits and pieces have found their way or are still finding their way into various publications. There is a fair bit to put up so if there is a piece that you were particularly after let me know. The versions I put up here are pre-publication, working paper versions. They will be added in no particular order. I have other bits of writing I've calledscribblesthat might be of interest.
Bigum, C and Rowan, L. (2013). Ladders, Learning and Lessons from Charlie: exploring the potential of public click pedagogy. Working Paper (2). A paper submitted as part of an actor-network theory double symposium organised by Steve Wright for the 9th International Networked Learning Conference 2014. Abstract download
Bigum, C., & Rowan, L. (2013). A gorilla in their midst: rethinking educational technology. Working Paper (1). Download
Bigum, C. (2012). Schools and computers: Tales of a digital romance. In L. Rowan & C. Bigum (Eds.), Transformative approaches to new technologies and student diversity in futures oriented classrooms: Future Proofing Education (pp. 15-28). Dordrecht, The Netherlands: Springer. Download
Bigum, C. (2012). Edges, exponentials & education: disenthralling the digital. In L. Rowan (Ed.), Transformative approaches to new technologies and student diversity in futures oriented classrooms: Future Proofing Education (pp. 29-43). Dordrecht, The Netherlands: Springer. Download
Bigum, C. (2011). Enactments, networks and quasi-objects: a stranger in a strange land. In R. Tinning & K. Sirna (Eds.), Education, Social Justice and the Legacy of Deakin University: Reflections of the Deakin Diaspora (pp. 39-57). New York: Peter Lang. Download
Rowan, L., & Bigum, C. (2010). Fronteras/avanzadas/lo que se mueve en los márgenes/lo que se mueve en los límites, exponenciales y educación: extendiendo la universidad, haciendo escuela de forma diferente. Tendencias Pedagógicas(16), 31-44. The paper, Edges, exponentials & education: extending the university, doing school differently was written in English and was translated into Spanish by the good folk at the journal.
Rowan, L., & Bigum, C. (2010). At the Hub of it All: Knowledge Producing Schools as Sites for Educational and Social Innovation. In D. Clandfield & G. Martell (Eds.), The School as Community Hub: Beyond Education's Iron Cage (pp. 185-203). Ottawa: Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives. Download
Rowan, L. O., & Bigum, C. (2009). "What's your problem?" ANT reflections on a research project studying girls enrolment in Information Technology subjects in postcompulsory education. International Journal of Actor-Network Theory and Technological Innovation 1(4), 1-14. Download
Bigum, C., & Rowan, L. (2009). Renegotiating Knowledge Relationships in Schools. In S. E. Noffke & B. Somekh (Eds.), The SAGE handbook of Educational Action Research (pp. 102-109). Los Angeles: Sage.Download
Bigum, C., & Rowan, L. (2008). Landscaping on Shifting Ground: Teacher Education in a Digitally Transforming World. Asia-Pacific Journal of Teacher Education., 36(3), 245-255. doi: 10.1080/13598660802232787 Download
Bigum, C., & Rowan, L. (2005). 'Beyond cyber-tooth policy: Teacher education, ‘old times’ thinking and computing and communication technologies'. Paper presented at the Teacher Education: Local and Global, 33rd Annual Australian Teacher Education Association Conference, ATEA, Gold Coast. Download
Rowan, L., & Bigum, C. (2003). Actor network theory and the study of online learning. New perspectives on quality. In G. Davies & E. Stacey (Eds.), Quality education @t a distance. Proceedings of the IFIP TC3/WG3.6 Working Conference conference, February 3-6, 2003, Geelong, Australia (pp. 179-188). Boston: Kluwer Academic. Download
Bigum, C. (2002). The knowledge producing school: beyond IT for IT's sake in schools. Professional Voice, 2 (2)(10th December). Retrieved from http://www.aeuvic.asn.au/professional_voice.htm The paperis no longer available online.
Bigum, C. (2002). Schools and knowledge production: community informatics for a knowledge economy. In S. Marshall, W. Taylor & C. Macpherson (Eds.), 4th International Information Technology in Regional areas Conference (pp. 208-215). Rockhampton: Central Queensland University. Retrieved from http://hdl.cqu.edu.au/10018/6085.
Bigum, C. (2000). Actor-network theory and online university teaching: translation versus diffusion. In B. A. Knight & L. Rowan (Eds.), Researching Futures Oriented Pedagogies (pp. 7-22). Flaxton, Qld: Postpressed. Download
Bigum, C. (1998). Solutions in search of educational problems: speaking for computers in schools. Educational Policy, 12(5), 586-601. Download
Bigum, C. (1998). Boundaries, barriers and borders: teaching science in a wired world. Australian Science Teachers Journal, 44(1), 13-24. Download
Bigum, C., & Lankshear, C. (1998). Literacies and technologies in school settings: Findings from the field. Keynote Address to 1998 ALEA/ATEA National Conference, Canberra, 7 July Retrieved October 11, 1999, from http://www.schools.ash.org.au/litweb/bigum.html. <-This link no longer works. Download pdf
Rowan, L., & Bigum, C. (1998). Episode IV. A new hope: Jedi Knights, Cyborgs and other educational fantasies. Teaching Education, 10(1), 55-64. Download pdf
Lankshear, C., Bigum, C., Durrant, C., Green, B., Morgan, W., Murray, J., . . . Wild, M. (Eds.). (1997). Digital Rhetorics: Literacies and Technologies in Education - Current Practices and Future Directions. 3 vols. Project Report. Children’s Literacy National Projects. Brisbane: QUT/DEETYA. Download: Volume 1, Volume 2
Bigum, C., & Kenway, J. (1996). New Information Technologies and the Ambiguous Future of Schooling — Some Possible Scenarios. In A. Hargreaves, A. Leiberman, M. Fullan & D. Hopkins (Eds.), International Handbook of Educational Change (pp. 375-395). Toronto: OISE. Download pdf