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Aronowsky, Audrey; Sanzenbacher, Beth; Childs, Mark; Peachey, Anna; Villanosa, Krystal; Thompson, Johanna and Angielczyk, Kenneth D. (2013). Promoting embodied learning through virtual and real world gaming experiences. In: Proceedings GLS 9.0 Games + Learning + Society Conference, Madison, Wisconsin, June 12 - 14, 2013 (Williams, Caroline C.; Ochsner, Amanda; Dietmeier, Jeremy and Steinkuehler, Constance eds.), ETC Press, pp. 68–74.

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Childs, Mark and Childs, Anna (2019). Relating AND Acting: Learning, Embodiment AND Performance IN Virtual Worlds. In: Campbell, Lee ed. Leap into Action: Critical Performance Pedagogies in Art and Design Education. New York: Peter Lang, pp. 247–258.

Cormier, Dave; Jandrić, Petar; Childs, Mark; Hall, Richard; White, David; Phipps, Lawrie; Truelove, Ian; Hayes, Sarah and Fawns, Tim (2019). Ten Years of the Postdigital in the 52group: Reflections and Developments 2009–2019. Postdigital Science and Education, 1(2) pp. 475–506.

Childs, Mark; Childs, Anna; Jackson, Lizzie and Hall, Phil (2017). Grandfathers, cogs and gloop; learner choices for designs of companion agents. Higher Education Journal of Learning and Teaching, 9(1)

Childs, Mark and Peachey, Anna (2013). Love it or hate it: students’ responses to the experience of virtual worlds. In: Childs, Mark and Withnail, Greg eds. Experiential Learning in Virtual Worlds. Oxford: Inter-Disciplinary Press, pp. 27–46.

Childs, Mark (2013). The future of virtual worlds. In: Childs, Mark and Withnail, Greg eds. Experiential Learning in Virtual Worlds. Oxford: Inter-Disciplinary Press.

Childs, Mark and Peachey, Anna (2011). Love it or hate it: students' responses to the experience of virtual worlds. In: Experiential Learning in Virtual Worlds: Opening an Undiscovered Country.

Childs, Mark and Peachey, Anna (2010). Fur and loathing in Second Life: students' concerns and resistance to learning in virtual worlds. In: 5th Plymouth e-Learning Conference: Learning without Limits: Facing the Challenges: Conference Proceedings and Book of Abstracts (Wheeler, Steve ed.), p. 20.

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Ferguson, Rebecca; Childs, Mark; Okada, Alexandra; Sheehy, Kieron; Tatlow-Golden, Mimi and Childs, Anna (2020). Creating a Framework of fun and Learning: Using Balloons to Build Consensus. In: 14th European Conference on Games Based Learning - ECGBL 2020, 23-25 Sep 2020, Brighton (held virtually due to COVID).

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Kuksa, Iryna and Childs, Mark (2014). Making Sense of Space: The Design and Experience of Virtual Spaces as a Tool for Communication. Chandos Information Professional Series. Oxford: Chandos Publishing.

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Nadolny, Larysa and Childs, Mark (2014). In-world behaviors and learning in a virtual world. International Journal of Virtual and Personal Learning Environments, 5(4) pp. 17–28.

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Peachey, Anna and Childs, Mark (2011). Virtual worlds and identity. In: Peachey, Anna and Childs, Mark eds. Reinventing Ourselves: Contemporary Concepts of Identity in Virtual Worlds. Springer Series in Immersive Environments. London: Springer, pp. 1–12.

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Soetanto, Robby; Childs, Mark; Poh, Paul; Austin, Stephen and Hao, Jane (2014). Virtual collaborative learning for building design. Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers - Management, Procurement and Law, 167(1) pp. 25–34.

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Walton, Geoff; Childs, Mark and Jugo, Gordana (2019). The creation of digital artefacts as a mechanism to engage students in studying literature. British Journal of Educational Technology, 50(3) pp. 1060–1086.

Witthaus, Gabi; Childs, Mark; Nkuyubwatsi, Bernard; Conole, Grainne; Inamorato dos Santos, Andreia and Punie, Yves (2015). An Assessment-Recognition Matrix for Analysing Institutional Practices in the Recognition of Open Learning. eLearning Papers, 40


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