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:

Barnes, N. (2017). Navigating social integration into university on Facebook: Insights from a longitudinal study. Student Success Journal 8(1) doi:

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.

Barnes, N. (2015). Learning as weaving. In Hybrid Pedagogy. 10 November 2015.

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. 

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.

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.

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.

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.

Barnes, N. (2016) It is not easy being a teacher: My story. EduResearch Matters: A voice for Australian educational researchers. Posted 13 June 2016.

Barnes, N. (2016). What teachers should be taught before stepping into the classroom. Huffington Post Australia. Posted 19 April 2016.

Barnes, N. (2016). What teachers should be taught before stepping into the classroom. The Educator. Posted 19 April 2016.

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.  (picked up by Fairfax press)


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Ubiquitous Learning: An International Journal Volume 8, Issue 4


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