Wong, E., Kwong, T., Law, L., Ng, G., Chiu, R., & Pegrum, M. (in preparation). Deployment of augmented reality trails of integrity & ethics to help students learn abstract concepts: Experiences from a collaborative project involving four universities in Hong Kong.
Wong, E., Kwong, T., & Pegrum, M. (in review). Engaging, personalised and generative: Learning on mobile augmented reality trails of integrity and ethics.
O’Neil, F., & Pegrum, M. (in review). Keeping up the momentum: A longitudinal evaluation of professional development in digital technologies for academic librarians at an Australian university.
Palmer, A., Pegrum, M., & Oakley, G. (forthcoming 2018). A wake-up call? Issues with plagiarism in transnational higher education. Ethics & Behavior.
King, M., Forsey, M., & Pegrum, M. (forthcoming 2018). MOOCs and OERs in the Global South: Problems and potential. The International Review of Research in Open and Distributed Learning (IRRODL).
Pegrum, M. (forthcoming 2018). Mobile AR trails and games for authentic language learning.
Churchill, D., Pegrum, M., & Churchill, N. (forthcoming 2018). The implementation of mobile learning in Asia: Key trends in practices and research. In J. Voogt, et al. (Eds.), International handbook of information technology in primary and secondary education (2nd ed.). New York: Springer.
Pegrum, M., Dudeney, G., & Hockly, N. (forthcoming 2018). Digital literacies revisited. The European Journal of Applied Linguistics and TEFL.
Oakley, G., Pegrum, M., Kheang, T., & Seng, K. (forthcoming 2018). An evaluation of the integration of m-learning in TRAC+ to enhance the literacy of early grade students in Cambodia. Report on a Digital Learning for Development (DL4D) project of the Foundation for Information Technology Education and Development (FIT-ED).
Kukulska-Hulme, A., & Pegrum, M. (2018). Linguistic diversity in online and mobile learning. In A. Creese & A. Blackledge (Eds.), The Routledge handbook of language and superdiversity. Routledge.
Oakley, G., Pegrum, M., Xiong, X., Lim, C., & Yan, H. (2017). An online Chinese-Australian language and cultural exchange through digital storytelling. Language, Culture & Curriculum. doi: 10.1080/07908318.2017.1386193
Churchill, D., & Pegrum, M. (2017). Guest editorial: Mobile learning, emerging learning design and learning 2.0. Special issue of Interactive Technology and Smart Education, 14(2), 90-96. [article]
Palmer, A., Oakley, G., & Pegrum, M. (2017). A culture of sharing: Transnational higher education students’ views on plagiarism in the digital era. The International Journal of Management in Education, 11(4), 381-404.
Pegrum, M. (2017). Foreword: Promoting diversity through e-portfolios. In T. Chaudhuri & B. Cabau (Eds.), E-portfolios in higher education: A multidisciplinary approach (pp.v-viii). Singapore: Springer.
Pegrum, M., & Oakley, G. (2017). The changing landscape of e-portfolios: Reflections on 5 years of implementing e-portfolios in pre-service teacher education. In T. Chaudhuri & B. Cabau (Eds.), E-portfolios in higher education: A multidisciplinary approach (pp.21-34). Singapore: Springer.
Reinders, H., & Pegrum, M. (2017). Supporting language learning on the move: An evaluative framework for mobile language learning resources. In B. Tomlinson (Ed.), SLA research and materials development for language learning (pp.219-231). New York: Routledge.
Dudeney, G., Hockly, N., & Pegrum, M. (2016). Letramentos digitais. Trans. M. Marcionilo. São Paolo: Parábola. [Portuguese version of Digital Literacies, 2013.]
Pegrum, M. (2016). Three agendas for MALL. In A. Palalas & M. Ally (Eds.), The international handbook of mobile-assisted language learning (pp.86-112). Beijing: China Central Radio & TV University Press.
Pegrum, M. (2016). Languages and literacies for digital lives. In E. Martín-Monje, I. Elorza, & B. García Riaza (Eds.), Technology-enhanced language learning for specialized domains: Practical applications and mobility (pp.9-22). London: Routledge.
Pegrum, M. (2016). Mobile learning, today and tomorrow. In M. Iguchi & L. Yoffe (Eds.), Mobile learning in and out of the classroom: Balancing blended language learner training. JACET Summer Seminar Proceedings, 14, pp.4-11. JACET.
Pegrum, M. (2016). Future directions in mobile learning. In D. Churchill, J. Lu, T.K.F. Chiu, & B. Fox (Eds.), Mobile learning design: Theories and application (pp.413-431). Singapore: Springer.
Pegrum, M. (2015). VLEs or PLEs? Vignette in H. Reinders, Technology. In J.C Richards (Ed.), Key issues in language teaching (pp.634-664) [p.655]. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press
Oakley, G., & Pegrum, M. (2015). Engaging in networked learning: Innovating at the intersection of technology and pedagogy. Education Research and Perspectives, 42, 397-428. [article]
Pegrum, M. (2015). Mobile learning: What is it and what are its possibilities? In M. Henderson & G. Romeo (Eds.), Teaching and digital technologies: Big issues and critical questions (pp.142-153). Port Melbourne, VIC: Cambridge University Press.
Howitt, C., & Pegrum, M. (2015). Implementing a flipped classroom approach in postgraduate education: An unexpected journey into pedagogical redesign. Australasian Journal of Educational Technology, 31(4), 458-469. [abstract] [article]
Chow, E.H.C., Pegrum, M., Thadani, D.R., & Wong, E.Y.W. (2015). Mobile technologies and augmented reality: Early experiences in helping students learn about academic integrity and ethics. International Journal of Humanities, Social Sciences and Education, 2(7), 112-120. [article]
Reinders, H., Lakarnchua, O., & Pegrum, M. (2015). A trade-off in learning: Mobile augmented reality for language learning. In M. Thomas & H. Reinders (Eds.), Contemporary task-based language teaching in Asia (pp.244-256). London: Bloomsbury.
Pegrum, M., Bartle, E., & Longnecker, N. (2015). Can creative podcasting promote deep learning? The use of podcasting for learning content in an undergraduate science unit. British Journal of Educational Technology, 46(1), 142-152. [article]
Pegrum, M. (2014). Mobile literacy: Navigating new learning opportunities and obligations. In W. C.-C. Chu, H.-C. Chao & L.C. Jain (Eds.), The Proceedings of International Computer Symposium (ICS) 2014, Vol.1 (pp.660-667). Taichung: Dept of Computer Science, Tunghai University. [download]
Pegrum, M., Oakley, G., Lim, C.P., Xiong, X.B., & Yan, H. (2014). Digital storytelling across cultures: Connecting Chinese & Australian schools. In P. Kommers, T. Issa, T. Issa, D.-F. Chang & P. Isaías (Eds.), Proceedings of the International Conferences on Educational Technologies (ICEduTech 2014) and Sustainability, Technology and Education 2014 (STE 2014), New Taipei City, Taiwan, 10-12 December (pp.191-196). IADIS Press.
Pegrum, M. (2014). Mobile learning: Languages, literacies and cultures. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
Oakley, G., Pegrum, M., & Johnston, S. (2014). Introducing e-portfolios to pre-service teachers as tools for reflection and growth: Lessons learnt. Asia-Pacific Journal of Teacher Education, 42(1), 36-50. [Featured as the most read article of 2014 in the Asia-Pacific Journal of Teacher Education]. [abstract]
Pegrum, M., Oakley, G., Clarke, J., & Sligar, J. (2013). An ecology of mobile screens: iPads meet XOs in a desert school. 12th World Conference on Mobile and Contextual Learning (mLearn 2013): Proceedings. [abstract] [article]
Pegrum, M., Howitt, C., & Striepe, M. (2013). Learning to take the tablet: How pre-service teachers use iPads to facilitate their learning. Australasian Journal of Educational Technology, 29(4), 464-479. [abstract] [article]
Dudeney, G., Hockly, N., & Pegrum, M. (2013). Digital literacies. Harlow: Pearson. [outline & worksheets (see ‘eResources’ tab)] [extract] (Winner of the British Council Award for ELT Writing in 2014; shortlisted for the Ben Warren International House Trust Prize & the British Council ELTons in 2014.)
Pegrum, M., Oakley, G., & Faulkner, R. (2013). Schools going mobile: A study of the adoption of mobile handheld technologies in Western Australian independent schools. Australasian Journal of Educational Technology, 29(1), 66-81. [abstract] [article]
Oakley, G., Pegrum, M., Faulkner, R., & Striepe, M. (2012). Exploring the pedagogical applications of mobile technologies for teaching literacy. Report for the Association of Independent Schools of Western Australia. [report]
Pegrum, M., & Oakley, G. (2012). How to build an e-portfolio. Education Review, Sept., p.30.
Oakley, G., Pegrum, M., & Faulkner, R. (2012). Changing everything? iPads in education. Professional Educator, 11(5), July, pp.8-9.
Lamy, M.-N., & Pegrum, M. (2012). Hegemonies in CALL. Language Learning & Technology, 16(2), 1-3. [article]
Pegrum, M., & Kiel, R. (2011). ‘Changing the way we talk’: Developing librarians’ competence in emerging technologies through a structured program. College & Research Libraries, 72(6), 583-598. [abstract] [article]
Bartle, E., Longnecker, N., & Pegrum, M. (2011). Collaboration, contextualisation and communication using new media: Introducing podcasting into an undergraduate chemistry class. International Journal of Innovation in Science and Mathematics Education, 19(1), 16-28. [article]
Cluett, L., Skene, J., & Pegrum, M. (2011). Infecting professional staff with the emerging technology ‘virus’: How the leadership game has changed. Open Conference Systems, CCA-EDUCAUSE Australasia 2011. [paper]
Pegrum, M. (2011). Modified, multiplied and (re-)mixed: Social media and digital literacies. In M. Thomas (Ed.), Digital education: Opportunities for social collaboration (pp.9-35). New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
Pegrum, M. (2010). ‘I link, therefore I am’: Network literacy as a core digital literacy. E-learning and Digital Media, 7(4), 346-354.
Pegrum, M. (2010). Computers are about people. UWA News, vol.29, no.13, 6 Sept, p.16.
Bartle, E., Longnecker, N., & Pegrum, M. (2010). Can creating podcasts be a useful assignment in a large undergraduate chemistry class? Proceedings of the 16th Uniserve Science Annual Conference, September 29th-October 1st 2010, The University of Sydney (pp.104-107). [paper]
Bax, S., & Pegrum, M. (2010). Lurking in multicultural online educational forums: ‘I wasn’t invited to the party’. In A.T. Ragusa (Ed.), Interaction in communication technologies & virtual learning environments: Human factors (pp.145-159). Hershey, PA: Information Science Reference.
Pegrum, M. (2010). Seeking a sober, balanced footing as we surf web of intrigue. The Canberra Times, 22 Jan, p.23.
Pegrum, M. (2009). The getting of digital wisdom. Edited excerpt of From blogs to bombs. New Matilda, 27 Nov. [article]
Pegrum, M. (2009). From blogs to bombs: The future of digital technologies in education. Perth: UWA Publishing
Pegrum, M. (2009). Communicative networking & linguistic mashups on web 2.0. In M. Thomas (Ed.), Handbook of research on web 2.0 and second language learning (pp.20-41). Hershey, PA: Information Science Reference.
Pegrum, M. (2009). Essential conversations: 4 visions of CALL. In T. Koyama et al (Eds), Proceedings of the WorldCALL 2008 Conference. The Japan Association for Language Education and Technology. [paper]
Pegrum, M. (2008). Film, culture and identity: Critical intercultural literacies for the language classroom. Language and Intercultural Communication, 8(2), 136-154. [article]
Pegrum, M., & Ioannou-Georgiou, S. (2007). Context and community on web 2.0. CALL Review, summer, 41-44.
Pegrum, M., & Cook, B. (2007). The need for netiquette. In S. Bennett, D. Marsh & C. Killen (Eds.), Handbook of online education (pp.105-113). London: Continuum.
Pegrum, M. (2007). Negotiated assessment criteria. In S. Bennett, D. Marsh & C. Killen (Eds.), Handbook of online education (pp.288-293). London: Continuum.
Pegrum, M. (2007). Time to think: Asynchronous text-based conferencing as a debating tool. In S. Bennett, D. Marsh & C. Killen (Eds.), Handbook of online education (pp.198-204). London: Continuum.
Lockard, J., & Pegrum, M. (2007). From counterdiscourses to counterpedagogies: An introduction. In J. Lockard & M. Pegrum (Eds.), Brave new classrooms: Democratic education and the internet (pp.1-10). New York: Peter Lang.
Pegrum, M. (2007). Socrates and Plato meet neoliberalism in the virtual agora: Online dialog and the development of oppositional pedagogies. In J. Lockard & M. Pegrum (Eds.), Brave new classrooms: Educational democracy and the internet (pp.13-34). New York: Peter Lang.
Pegrum, M. (2006). Hard, soft or wet? Directions in e-learning. CALL Review, summer, 10-13. [article]
Pegrum, M., & Hall, C. (2006). Linguistic preferences and prejudices: Student perceptions of relative difficulty in learning French, German and Spanish. Deutsch lehren und lernen, 33, spring, 10-19.
Pegrum, M., Hartley, L., & Wechtler, V. (2005). Contemporary cinema in language learning: From linguistic input to intercultural insight. Language Learning Journal, 32, winter, 55-62. [article]
Pegrum, M. (2005). Speed kills: Slowing down online language teacher training. In B. Beaven (Ed.), IATEFL 2005: Cardiff Conference Selections (156-158). Canterbury: IATEFL.
Pegrum, M. (2005). The colonizer within? IATEFL Voices, 187, 2. Reprinted in the IATEFL Associates’ Articles Bank. [article]
Pegrum, M. (2005). Virgins, vixens, vamps and victims: François Ozon’s 8 Femmes and the sexual (sub-)texts of French popular culture. Australian Journal of French Studies, 42(1), 76-93.
Pegrum, M., & Hall, C. (2005). English only for foreigners?. Links, 31, 14-15.
Hall, C., & Pegrum, M. (2004). Grammar should be a friend, not an enemy. The Guardian Weekly, 170(17), 15 April, “Learning English” Supplement, 4. [article]
Pegrum, M. (2004). And on the eighth day: The struggle for linguistic organization. Bad Subjects: Political Education for Everyday Life, 65. [article]
Pegrum, M. (2004). Selling English: Advertising and the discourses of ELT. English Today, 77(20.1), 3-10. [abstract]
Pegrum, M. (2001). The state of the net: Reflections on New York dogs and Trojan horses. An Interview with John Frow. Mots Pluriels, 18, August [special issue]: “The net: New apprentices and old masters I”. [article]
Pegrum, M. (2001). Pop goes (the) spiritual! Or, remixing religion in western pop music. M/C: A Journal of Media and Culture, 4(2). [article]
Pegrum, M. (2001). The postmodern Buddha. Culture Clash, 4, January 29. [reprinted article]
Pegrum, M. (2000). Challenging modernity: Dada between modern and postmodern. New York: Berghahn.
Pegrum, M. (2000). Pop particles / What’s in a title? In A. Lawrie (Ed.), Try it: It works! Edinburgh: SATEFL, 2000.
Pegrum, M. (2000). EFL website design: What, how and why. SATEFL Newsletter, 20(1), 5-8.
Pegrum, M. (2000). The outside world as an extension of the EFL/ESL classroom. The Internet TESL Journal, vi(8).
Lancaster, R., & Pegrum, M. (1999). Teaching culture in the media age: Cultural studies in the multimedia classroom. Babel, 34(1), 16-19 & 35.
Pegrum, M. (1998). Multimedia technology in the teaching of French. Teaching and Learning in Changing Times: Proceedings of the 7th Annual Teaching and Learning Forum (pp.255-258). Nedlands: The University of Western Australia.
Pegrum, M. (1997). The death of fashion and the rebirth of style. Soup, 2, Nov.
Pegrum, M. (1997). A big disease with a little name: AIDS reflected in contemporary culture. Mots Pluriels, 1(3). [article]
Pegrum, M. (1997). Teaching French from the world wide web. Issues of Teaching and Learning, 3(5).
Pegrum, M. (1996). Stop all the clocks: The postmodern assault on time. Mots Pluriels, 1(1). [article]
Churchill, D., & Pegrum, M. (Guest Eds.). (2017). Special issue of Interactive Technology and Smart Education.
Lockard, J., & Pegrum, M. (Eds.). (2007). Brave new classrooms: Educational democracy and the internet. New York: Peter Lang.
Pegrum, M. (Guest Ed.). (2001). The net: New apprentices and old masters, II. Guest editor. Special issue of Mots Pluriels, 19, October. [issue]
Pegrum, M. (Guest Ed.). (2001). The net: New apprentices and old masters, I. Guest editor. Special issue of Mots Pluriels, 18, August. [issue] [/vc_column_text]
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