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Gillen, Julia (2003). The Language of children. Intertext. London, UK: Routledge.

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Peachey, Anna; Gillen, Julia; Livingstone, Daniel and Smith-Robbins, Sarah eds. (2010). Researching Learning in Virtual Worlds. Human–Computer Interaction Series. London: Springer-Verlag London.

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Ferguson, Rebecca; Gillen, Julia; Peachey, Anna and Twining, Peter (2013). The strength of cohesive ties: discursive construction of an online learning community. In: Childs, Mark and Peachey, Anna eds. Understanding Learning in Virtual Worlds. Human-Computer Interaction Series. London: Springer, pp. 83–100.

Gillen, Julia; Ferguson, Rebecca; Clough, Gill; Peachey, Anna and Twining, Peter (2012). Seeking planning permission to build a Gothic cathedral in a virtual world: exploring the schommunity. In: Merchant, Guy; Gillen, Julia; Marsh, Jackie and Davies, Julia eds. Virtual Literacies: Interactive Spaces for Children and Young People. Routledge Research in Education. Abingdon: Routledge, pp. 190–207.

Gillen, Julia; Ferguson, Rebecca; Peachey, Anna and Twining, Peter (2012). Seeking planning permission to build a Gothic cathedral on a virtual island. In: Merchant, Guy; Gillen, Julia; Marsh, Jackie and Davies, Julia eds. Virtual Literacies: Interactive Spaces for Children and Young People. Routledge Research in Education (84). New York, Abingdon: Routledge, pp. 190–207.

Mercer, Neil; Gillen, Julia; Kleine Staarman, Judith; Littleton, Karen and Twiner, Alison (2011). Interactive whiteboards: does new technology transform teaching? In: Ludvigsen, Sten R.; Lund, Andreas; Rasmussen, Ingvill and Säljö, Roger eds. Learning across sites: new tools, infrastructures and practices. London: Routledge, pp. 346–363.

Hancock, Roger; Gillen, Julia and Pinto, Giuliana (2010). Using video technology. In: Gillen, Julia and Cameron, Catherine Ann eds. International perspectives on early childhood research; A Day in the Life. London: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 35–58.

Gillen, Julia and Hancock, Roger (2010). Eating. In: Gillen, Julia and Cameron, Catherine Ann eds. International Perspectives on early childhood research: A Day in the Life. London: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 100–113.

Gillen, Julia and Petersen, A (2004). Discourse Analysis. In: Somekh, Bridget and Lewin, Cathy eds. Research Methods in the Social Sciences. Sage Publications.

Gillen, Julia; Accorti-Gamannossi, B. and Cameron, C. A. (2004). Pronto, chi parla? (Hello, who is it?): telephone as artefacts and communication media in children’s discourses. In: Marsh, Jackie ed. Popular Culture, Media and Digital Literacies in Early Childhood. Routledge Falmer, p. 146.

Gillen, Julia and Hall, Nigel (2003). The emergence of early childhood literacy. In: Hall, Nigel; Larson, Joanne and Marsh, Jackie eds. Handbook of Early Childhood Literacy. UK: Sage Publications.

Gillen, Julia (2003). Engaged from birth: children under two talking on telephones. In: Schorr, A; Campbell, W and Schenk, M eds. Communication research and media science in Europe: perspectives for research and academic training in Europe's changing media reality. Berlin: Walter de Gruyter, pp. 479–496.

Gillen, Julia (2001). 'Is that the little pig?' - using toy telephones in the early years classroom. In: Goodwin, Prue ed. The articulate classroom: talking and learning in the primary school. London, UK: David Fulton Publishers Ltd.

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Gillen, Julia; Cameron, Catherine Ann; Tapanya, Sombat; Pinto, Giuliana; Hancock, Roger; Young, Susan and Accorti Gamannossi, Beatrice (2007). ‘A day in the life’: advancing a methodology for the cultural study of development and learning in early childhood. Early Child Development and Care, 177(2) pp. 207–218.

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Ferguson, Rebecca; Gillen, Julia; Peachey, Anna and Twining, Peter (2011). The strength of cohesive ties: discursive construction of an online learning community. In: Researching Learning in Immersive Virtual Environments (ReLIVE 2011), 21-22 Sep 2011, The Open University, Milton Keynes, UK.

Peachey, Anna; Gillen, Julia and Ferguson, Rebecca (2008). Fluid leadership in a multi-user virtual environment educational project with teenagers: Schome Park. In: Ecologies of Diversities: The Developmental and Historical Interarticulation of Human Mediational Forms: Meeting of the International Society for Cultural and Activity Research, 8-13 Sep 2008, San Diego, CA, USA.

Twiner, Alison; Gillen, Julia; Kleine Staarman, Judith; Littleton, Karen and Mercer, Neil (2007). Orchestration with the interactive whiteboard: provisionality and permanence. In: ALT-C 2007: Beyond Control: Association of Learning Technologies Conference, 4-6 Sep 2007, Nottingham, UK.

Littleton, Karen; Twiner, Alison; Gillen, Julia; Kleine Staarman, Judith and Mercer, Neil (2007). Orchestration with the Interactive Whiteboard. In: Developing Potentials for Learning 12th Biennial Conference for Research on Learning and Instruction, 28 Aug - 1 Sep 2007, University of Szeged, Budapest.

Gillen, Julia and Hancock, Roger (2007). Children at play in safe domestic spaces. In: Developmental Social Cognitive Neuroscience: 37th Annual Meeting of the Jean Piaget Society, 31 May - 2 Jun 2007, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

Gillen, Julia; Hancock, Roger; Cameron, C. A. and Pinto, Giuliana (2007). How versatile is video data?: Connecting methodology to theory in an international study of two year old girls. In: Developmental Social Cognitive Neuroscience: 37th Annual Meeting of the Jean Piaget Society, 31 May - 2 Jun 2007, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

Gillen, Julia; Kleine Staarman, Judith; Littleton, Karen; Mercer, Neil and Twiner, Alison (2006). A “Learning Revolution”? Investigating Pedagogic Practices around Interactive Whiteboards in British Primary Classrooms. In: Paper presented at the American Educational Research Association conference, 2006, 7-11 Apr 2006, San Francisco, USA.

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