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Coughlan, Tim; Rodriguez-Ascaso, Alejandro; Iniesto, Francisco and Jelfs, Anne (2016). OLA! A Scenario-Based Approach to Enhance Open Learning Through Accessibility. In: Computers Helping People with Special Needs: Proceedings of the 15th ICCHP conference, Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Springer, pp. 445–452.

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Richardson, John T. E. and Jelfs, Anne (2015). Access and attitudes to digital technologies across the adult lifespan: evidence from distance education. In: Rosen, Larry D.; Cheever, Nancy and Carrier, L. Mark eds. The Wiley Blackwell Handbook of Psychology, Technology and Society. Chichester: Wiley-Blackwell, pp. 89–104.

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Jelfs, Anne and Richardson, John T. E. (2013). The use of digital technologies across the adult life span in distance education. British Journal of Educational Technology, 44(2) pp. 338–351.

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Jelfs, Anne; McDonald, Janet; Price, Linda; Richardson, John T. E. and Cannell, Pete (2007). 'Am I still doing a good job?': Conceptions of tutoring in distance education. In: Rust, Chris ed. Improving Student Learning Through Teaching. Oxford, UK: Oxford Centre for Staff and Learning Development.

Jelfs, Anne; Harvey, Jen and Jones, Ann (2007). Online communities of practice as a possible model to support the development of a portal for science teachers. In: Lambropoulo, Niki and Zaphiris, Panayiotis eds. User-Centered Design of Online Learning Communities. Hershey PA: Information Science Publishing, pp. 141–160.

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Mallett, Elizabeth; Kukulska-Hulme, Agnes; Jelfs, Anne and Colwell, Chetz (2006). A DiVA for every audience: lessons learned from the evaluation of an online digital video library. In: Libraries Without Walls 6: Evaluating the distributed delivery of library services (Brophy, Peter; Craven, Jenny and Markland, Margaret eds.), Facet Publishing.

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Whitelock, Denise and Jelfs, Anne (2005). 'Would you rather collect data in the rain or attend a virtual field trip?': Findings from a series of virtual science field studies. International Journal of Continuing Engineering Education and Life-Long Learning, 15(1-2) pp. 121–131.

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Colwell, Chetz; Di Paolo, Terry; Scanlon, Eileen; Cooper, Martyn; Uren, Victoria and Jelfs, Anne (2003). Redesigning practical work: web-based remote experimentation. In: Scanlon, Eileen and Holliman, Richard eds. Mediating science learning through information and communications technology. London: Routledge, pp. 169–187.

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Jelfs, Anne and Colbourn, Chris (2002). Do Students Approaches to Learning affect their Perceptions of using computer and information technology? Journal of Educational Media, 27(1/2) pp. 41–54.

Jelfs, Anne and Colbourn, C. (2002). Constructing quality assurance for distance education: reflecting on what we have learned and the potential impact on access. In: Dikshit, H. P.; Garg, Suresh and Panda, Santosh eds. Access and equity: challenges for open and distance learning. Vijayshri, New Delhi, India: Kogan Page.

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Jelfs, Anne and Colbourn, Chris (2001). Virtual Seminars and their impact on the role of the teaching staff. Computers and Education, 38(1-3) pp. 127–136.

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Jelfs, Anne and Whitelock, Denise (2000). The notion of presence in virtual learning environments: what makes the environment "real". British Journal of Educational Technology, 31(2) pp. 145–152.

Whitelock, Denise; Romano, Daniela; Jelfs, Anne and Brna, Paul (2000). Perfect presence: what does this mean for the design of virtual learning environments? Education and Information Technologies, 5(4) pp. 277–289.

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