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Walker, Steve; Olney, Tom; Wood, Carlton; Clarke, Anactoria and Dunworth, Moira (2019). How do tutors use data to support their students? Open Learning: The Journal of Open, Distance and e-Learning, 34(1) pp. 118–133.

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Walker, Steve (2016). Information and social contention. In: Images of Europe - Past, Present, Future (Espiña, Yolanda ed.), Universidade Católica Editora, Porto, Portugal, pp. 94–103.

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Davies, Sarah-Jane; Thomas, Elaine and Walker, Steve (2015). Digital, material and networked: some emerging themes for SET education. In: Proceedings of the European Distance and E-Learning Network 2015 Annual Conference (Teixeira, António Moreira; Szűcs, András and Mázár, Ildikó eds.), European Distance and E-Learning Network, pp. 91–99.

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Walker, Steve and Davies, Sarah-Jane (2014). Examining hybrid digital/material resources in networked learning: a critical realist approach. In: Proceedings of the 9th International Conference on Networked Learning 2014, pp. 315–322.

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Walker, Steve (2013). Media, new union strategies, and non-government organizations as global players: the struggle over representation and work. In: Martinez Lucio, Miguel ed. International Human Resource Management: An Employment Relations Perspective. London: SAGE, pp. 277–292.

Pulignano, Valeria; Martinez Lucio, Miguel and Walker, Steve (2013). Globalization, restructuring and unions: transnational co-ordination and varieties of labour engagement. Relations Industrielles/Industrial Relations, 68(2) pp. 261–289.

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Walker, Steve; Bell, Simon; Jackson, Adrian and Heery, Daniel (2012). Imagine real avatars and flying shepherds: involvement and engagement in innovative ICT. In: 12th Participatory Design Conference, 14-16 Aug 2012, Roskilde, Denmark.

Thomas, Elaine; Walker, Steve and Richardson, Paul (2012). What did the Romans ever do for us? ‘Next generation’ networks and hybrid learning resources. In: 8th International Conference on Networked Learning, 02-04 Apr 2012, Maastricht, Netherlands.

Walker, Steve and Creanor, Linda (2012). Towards an ontology of networked learning. In: 8th International Conference on Networked Learning 2012 , Edited by: Hodgson V, Jones C, de Laat M, McConnell D, Ryberg T & Sloep P, 02-04 Apr 2012, Maastricht, Netherlands.

Creanor, Linda and Walker, Steve (2012). Learning technology in context: a case for the sociotechnical interaction framework as an analytical lens for networked learning research. In: Dirkinck-Holmfeld, Lone; Hodgson, Vivien and McConnell, David eds. Exploring the Theory, Pedagogy and Practice of Networked Learning, Volume 5. Springer, pp. 173–187.

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Bell, Simon and Walker, Steve (2011). Futurescaping infinite bandwidth, zero latency. Futures, 43(5) pp. 525–539.

Walker, Steve; Bell, Simon; Fensom, Shaun and Straughan, Keith (2011). The ‘Infinite Bandwidth, Zero Latency’ Project: inventing a digital future. In: IADIS International Conference: ICT, Society and Human Beings, 24-26 Jul 2011, Rome.

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Dearden, Andy; Light, Ann; Olphert, Wendy; Ramondt, Leonie and Walker, Steve (2010). Practical design for social action. In: Inns, Tom ed. Designing for the 21st Century, Volume 2. London: Gower, pp. 270–282.

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Martínez Lucio, Miguel; Walker, Steve and Trevorrow, Pip (2009). Making networks and (re)making trade union bureaucracy: a European-wide case study of trade union engagement with the Internet and networking. New Technology, Work and Employment, 24(2) pp. 115–130.

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Walker, Steve (2008). Digital design in social action settings: A review through a sociotechnical lens. In: CIRN 2008 Community Informatics Conference: ICTs for Social Inclusion: What is the Reality?, 28-30 Oct 2008, Prato, Italy.

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Walker, Steve and Dearden, Andy (2007). Technology and social action. In: Inns, Tom ed. Designing for the 21st Century: Interdisciplinary Questions and Insights. London: Gower Ashgate, pp. 103–113.


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