Publications

Peer-Reviewed outputs

Barnes, N. (in press). Composing with the Chthulucene: Desiring a minor literature. In S. Riddle, E. Honan, and D. Bright (eds). Writing with Deleuze in the Academy: Creating Monsters. Springer.

Barnes, N. (in press). Adapting a method to use Facebook in education research: Taking phenomenography online. In C. Costa  and J. Condie (eds). Doing research in and on the digital: research methods across fields of inquiry. Routledge.

Barnes, N. (2017). Blogging as a method of inquiry. Reconceptualising Education Research Methodology 8(1). doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.7577/rerm.2236

Barnes, N. (2017). Navigating social integration into university on Facebook: Insights from a longitudinal study. Student Success Journal 8(1) doi: https://doi.org/10.5204/ssj.v8i1.362

Netolicky, D. & Barnes, N. (2017). Method as a journey: A narrative dialogic partnership exploring decision making in qualitative educational research. International Journal of Research & Method in Education. doi: 10.1080/1743727X.2017.1295938

Barnes, N. (2016). Messy minds: The autoethnography of learning. In Hybrid Pedagogy. 4 May 2016. http://www.digitalpedagogylab.com/hybridped/messy-minds/

Barnes, N. (2015). Learning as weaving. In Hybrid Pedagogy. 10 November 2015. http://www.hybridpedagogy.com/journal/learning-as-weaving/

Barnes , N. Penn-Edwards, S. , and Sim, C.  (2015). A dialogic about using Facebook status updates for education research: a PhD student’s journey. Educational Research and Evaluation.  21(2). 109-121. doi: 10.1080/13803611.2015.1024429

Barnes, N. (2014) “Using Facebook for Education Research” in Woodfield, K. (Ed.) Social Media in Social Research: Blogs on Blurring the Boundaries. National Centre for Social Science Research, SAGE.

Barnes, N. (2014). Centralising first year students’ voices: Analysing Facebook status updates. Proceedings of the International First Year in Higher Education Conference, Darwin 6-9 July 2014.
https://www.researchgate.net/publication/280027392_Centralising_first_year_students%27_voices_Analysing_Facebook_status_updates 

Barnes, N. (2014). Using Facebook for educational research: Choice, trials, reflection and insight. Proceedings of the AARE-NZARE 2014 Conference, Brisbane 30 November – 4 December. http://www.aare.edu.au/publications-database.php/9395/using-facebook-for-educational-research-choice-trials-reflection-and-insight

Textbook contributions

Burville-Shaw, S., Barnes, N., et al (2012). Jacaranda World History Atlas for the Australian Curriculum. Jacaranda. Milton.

  • Winner:  2013 Secondary Reference Resource of the Year: Australian Educational Publishing Awards
  • Winner (Joint):  Outstanding Book of the Year 2013: Australian Educational Publishing Awards
  • Winner:  Best Educational Product 2013: 26th International Cartographic Association

Glasper, A. & Rees, C. (2017) Nursing and healthcare research at a glance. Wiley-Blackwell. (Historical source analysis of ANZAC nurses)

Public scholarship outputs

Barnes, N. (2017) Understanding educational theory: vital or a waste of time for student teachers? EduResearch Matters: A voice for Australian educational researchers. Posted 27 January 2017. http://www.aare.edu.au/blog/?p=2037

Barnes, N. (2016) Considering the monstrous in digital methods can inform researchers’ ethical decision making. Impact London School of Economics Blog. Posted 31 October 2016. http://blogs.lse.ac.uk/impactofsocialsciences/2016/10/31/considering-the-monstrous-in-digital-methods-can-inform-researchers-ethical-decision-making/

Barnes, N. (2016) How I blog for personal professional development: you can do it too. EduResearch Matters: A voice for Australian educational researchers. Posted 19 September 2016. http://www.aare.edu.au/blog/?p=1770

Barnes, N. (2016) It is not easy being a teacher: My story. EduResearch Matters: A voice for Australian educational researchers. Posted 13 June 2016. http://www.aare.edu.au/blog/?p=1588

Barnes, N. (2016). What teachers should be taught before stepping into the classroom. Huffington Post Australia. Posted 19 April 2016.  http://www.huffingtonpost.com.au/naomi-barnes/what-teachers-should-be-taught-before-stepping-into-the-classroom_b_9717518.html

Barnes, N. (2016). What teachers should be taught before stepping into the classroom. The Educator. Posted 19 April 2016. http://www.educatoronline.com.au/news/opinion-what-teachers-should-be-taught-before-stepping-into-the-classroom-214724.aspx#.VxmBuY7Mvgw.twitter

Barnes, N. (2015). Why I’m choosing the local state school – even though it doesn’t have all the bells and whistles. In    The Conversation AU. 9 October 2015. https://theconversation.com/why-im-choosing-the-local-state-school-even-though-it-doesnt-have-all-the-bells-and-whistles-48154  (picked up by Fairfax press)

 

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Ubiquitous Learning: An International Journal Volume 8, Issue 4

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