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Gilbert, John and Jordan, Camilla (2002). Guide to Mathematical Methods (Second Edition). Mathematical Guides. Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan.

Jordan, C. R. and Jordan, D. A. (1994). Groups. Modular mathematics. Newnes.

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Loch, Birgit; Jordan, Camilla R.; Lowe, Tim. W. and Mestel, Ben. D. (2014). Do screencasts help to revise prerequisite mathematics? An investigation of student performance and perception. International Journal of Mathematical Education in Science and Technology, 45(2) pp. 256–268.

Jordan, C. R.; Jordan, D. A. and Jordan, J. H. (2002). Reversible complex Henon maps. Experimental Mathematics, 11(3) pp. 339–347.

Fairtlough, Matt; Holcombe, Mike; Ipate, Florentin; Jordan, Camilla; Laycock, Gilbert and Duan, Zhenhua (1995). Using an X-machine to model a video cassette recorder. Current issues in Electronic Modelling, 3 pp. 141–161.

Jordan, Camilla R. (1980). On the group ring of a free product with amalgamation. Glasgow Mathematical Journal, 21 pp. 135–138.

Jordan, C. R. and Jordan, D. A. (1978). Lie rings of derivations of associative rings. Journal of the London Mathematical Society, 2(17) pp. 33–41.

Jordan, D.A. and Jordan, C. R. (1978). The Lie structure of a commutative ring with derivation. Journal of the London Mathematical Society, 2(18) pp. 39–49.

Jordan, C. R. and Jordan, D. A. (1976). A note on the semiprimitivity of Ore extensions. Communications in Algebra, 4(7) pp. 647–656.

Jordan, Camilla (1975). The Jacobson radical of the group ring of a generalised free product. Journal of the London Mathematical Society, 2(11) pp. 369–376.

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Jordan, Camilla and Lowe, Tim (2012). Do short screencasts improve learning? In: CETL-MSOR Conference 2011, 5-6 Sep 2011, Coventry University, pp. 63–67.

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