Selected publications list 2017

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Book

1.             Conole, G. (forthcoming), Learning Design: a practical approach, London: Routledge

2.             Conole, G., (2013), Designing for learning in an open world, in M. Spector and S.P. Lejoie (Eds.), Explorations in the Learning Sciences, Instructional Systems and Performance Technologies, New York: Springer.

3.             Conole, G. and Oliver, M. (Eds) (2007), ‘Contemporary perspectives in e-learning research: themes, methods and impact on practice’, part of the Open and Distance Learning Series, F. Lockwood, (ed), London: RoutledgeFalmer.

4.             Squires, D., Conole, G. and Jacobs, G. (Eds.), (2000), The Changing Face of Learning Technology, Cardiff: University of Wales Press.

Book chapters

1.             Conole, G. and Brown, M. (in preparation), Strategic Institutional Leadership in the Context of MOOCs, Chapter for the Distance Education Handbook,

2.             Conole, G. and Brown, M. (in preparation). The European MOOCs context, in An Investigation and Research on The Development of MOOCs in China, Q. Zhang, L. Chen and M. Brown (Eds.), Springer

3.             Conole, G. (2016), The 7Cs of Learning Design, in J. Dalziel (Ed.), Learning Design – state of the art of the field, London: Routledge.

4.             Conole, G. (2016), Theoretical underpinnings of Learning Design, in J. Dalziel (Ed.), Learning Design – state of the art of the field, London: Routledge.

5.             Dalziel, J., Conole, G., Wills, S., Walker, S., Bennett, S., Dobozy, Cameron, L., Badilesco-Buga, E. and Bower, M.,  (2016), The Larnaca Declaration on Learning Design – 2013

6.             Dalziel, J., Wills, S., Conole, G., Walker, S., Bennett, S., Dobozy, E., Cameron, L., Badilescu-Buga, E., Bower, M. and Pegler, C. (2016), Learning Design: Where Do We Go From Here? London: Routledge.

7.             Conole, G. (2016), Promoting policy uptake for OER and MOOCs, in C. Haythorthwaite (ed.), E-learning research handbook, 2nd Edition, London: Sage.

8.             Conole, G. (2014), Reviewing the trajectories of e-learning, in Towards NEW Horizons of Higher Education, P. Sandeep (Ed.), India, Renowned publications.

9.             Conole, G. (2013), Innovative approaches to learning design – harnessing new technologies for learning, in For the Love of Learning, T. Bilham (Ed.) Victoria, Australia: Palgrave Macmillan.

10.          Conole, G. and Reedy, G. (2013), The global student experience an international and comparative analysis, in the international student experience, C. Kandiko and M. Wyers, (Eds.), London and New York: Routledge..

11.          Conole, G. (2012), The state of the art of the use of technology in distance education, in O. Zawacki-Richter and T. Anderson (Eds), Online Distance Learning – Towards a Research Agenda, Athabasca, Athabasca University Press, available online at http://www.aupress.ca/index.php/books/120233.

12.          Conole, G. (2012), A technology intervention framework for promoting OER: lessons from the OPAL initiative, in Open Educational Resources and change in Higher Education: reflections from practice, J. Glennie, K. Harley, N. Butcher, and T. van Wyk (Eds), Commonwealth of Learning/UNESCO publication, available online at http://www.col.org/PublicationDocuments/pub_PS_OER_web.pdf

13.          Conole, G. (2012), The pedagogies of personal learning environments, in L Castenada (Ed). Personal Learning Environments.

14.          Conole, G. (2013), Tools and resources to guide practice, in R. Sharpe and H. Beetham (Eds), Rethinking pedagogy in a digital age, 2nd Edition, London: Routledge Falmer.

15.          Conole, G.  (2013). Blues Skies Thinking for Design and Open Educational Resources. In: T. Hourigan, L. Murray and E. Riordan (Eds), Quality Issues in ICT Integration: Third Level Disciplines and Learning Contexts. UK, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 12-27.

16.          Kubiak, C., Cameron, S., Conole, G., Fenton-O-Creevy, Mylrea, P., Rees, E. and Shreeve, A. (2014), Multimembership indentity, in Landscapes of practice: boundaries, identities knowledgeability in practice-based learning, E. Wenger-Treyner, M. Fenton OCreevy, S. Hutchison, C. Kubiak, and B. Wenger-Treyner (Eds), 64 – 80,  London: Routledge.

17.          Conole, G. (2012), Learning in an open world, in R. Brooks, A. Fuller and J. Waters (Eds), Changing Spaces of Education: New Perspectives on the Nature of Learning, London: Routledge

18.          Conole, G. (2012), Current trends, future trajectories, in J. Jameson and S. Knight (Eds), E-learning reader.

19.          Conole, G. (2012), Revisiting e-learning: the hype and the reality, The e-Learning Reader, by Sara de Freitas and Jill Jameson (Eds.)

20.          Conole, G., McAndrew, P. and Dimitriadis, Y. (2011), ‘The role of CSCL pedagogical patterns as mediating artefacts for repurposing Open Educational Resources’, in F. Pozzi and D. Persico (Eds), Techniques for Fostering Collaboration in Online Learning Communities: Theoretical and Practical

21.          De Freitas, S. and Conole. G. (2010), Learners experiences: how pervasive and integrative tools influence expectations of study, in R. Sharpe and H. Beetham (Eds), Rethinking learning for a digital age, 15-30, RoutledgeFalmer: London.

22.          Sharpe, R., Beetham, H., De Freitas, S. and Conole. G. (2010), An introduction to rethinking learning for a digital age, in R. Sharpe and H. Beetham (Eds), Rethinking learning for a digital age, 1-12, RoutledgeFalmer: London.

23.          Conole, G. and McAndrew, P. (2010), A new approach to supporting the design and use of OER: Harnessing the power of web 2.0, M. Edner and M. Schiefner (eds), Looking toward the future of technology enhanced education: ubiquitous learning and the digital nature.

24.          Conole, G., Brown, R., Papaefthimiou, M., Alberts, P., and Howell, C. (2010), Fostering connectivity and collaboration - the approach adopted by Cluster C of the HEA e-learning pathfinder projects, in: U. Ehlers and D. Schneckenberg (Eds.), Changing Cultures in Higher Education - Moving Ahead to Future Learning. A Handbook for Strategic Change. Heidelberg: Springer.

25.          Conole, G. and Jones, C. (2010), Sharing practice, problems and solutions for institutional change – comparing different forms of representation, in P. Goodyear and S. Retalis (Eds) Technology-enhanced learning: Design Patterns and Pattern Languages, Sense Publishers B.V: Rotterdam, The Netherlands.

26.          Conole, G. (2010), Stepping over the edge: the implications of new technologies for education, In M. J. W. Lee & C. McLoughlin (Eds.), Web 2.0-based e-learning: Applying social informatics for tertiary teaching. Hershey, PA: IGI Global.

27.          Conole, G. (2009), Personalisation through technology-enhanced learning, in J. O’Donaghue (ed), Technology Supported Environment for Personalized Learning: Methods and Case Studies, Hershey, PA: Information Science Publishing.

28.          Walton, T., Weller, M. and Conole, G. (2009), Sociallearn, in A. Tait, M. Vidal, U. Bernath and A. Szucs (eds), Distance and E-learning in Transition: Learning Innovation, Technology and Social Challenges, John Wiley and Sons: London. http://www.eden-online.org/online/book/

29.          Conole, G. (2009), ‘Capturing and representing practice’, in A. Tait, M. Vidal, U. Bernath and A. Szucs (eds), Distance and E-learning in Transition: Learning Innovation, Technology and Social Challenges, John Wiley and Sons: London.

30.          Conole, G. (2009), Research methodological issues with researching the learner voice, in Handbook of Research on New Media Literacy at the K-12 Level: issues and challenges, L. T. W. Hin and R. Subramaniam (Eds), IGI Global: Hershey, PA

31.          Rees, P., Mackay, L., Martin, D., Conole, G. and Davis, H. (2009), Developing e-learning in Geography, chapter in a forthcoming book - ‘E-Learning for Geographers’, P. Rees, L Mackay, H. Durham and D. Martin (eds). IGI Global: Hershey, PA

32.          Kerawalla, L., Minocha, S., Kirkup, G. and Conole, G. (2009), in S. Warburton and S. Hatzipanagos (Eds), Social Software and Developing Community Ontologies. IGI Global, Hershey: PA.

33.          Conole, G. (2008), ‘Using Compendium as a tool to support the design of learning activities’, Chapter Ten, in A. Okada, S. Buckingham Shum and T. Sherborne (Eds) Knowledge cartography – software tools and mapping techniques, London: Springer

34.          Conole, G. (2008) ‘Capturing practice: the role of mediating artefacts in learning design’, in Handbook of Research on Learning Design and Learning Objects: Issues, Applications and Technologies, in L. Lockyer, S. Bennett, S. Agostinho, and B Harper (Eds), 187-207, Hersey PA: IGI Global.

35.          Fill, K., Bailey, C. and Conole, G. (2008), A toolkit to guide the design of effective learning activities, in  ‘E-Learning for Geographers’, P. Rees, L Mackay, H. Durham and D. Martin (eds). IGI Global: Hershey, PA

36.          Conole, G. (2007), ‘Relationship between policy and practice – the gap between rhetoric and reality’, in The Sage Handbook of e-Learning Research, E-learning Research Handbook, pp 286-310, R. Andrews and C. Haythornthwaite (eds), London: Sage

37.          Conole, G. and Dyke, M. (2007), ‘Complexity and interconnection: steering e-learning developments from commodification towards ‘co-modification’’, in H. Spencer-Oatley pp 233-248 (Ed), eLearning in China: eChina Perspectives on Policy, Pedagogy and Innovation, RoutledgeFalmer. 

38.          Conole, G. (2007), ‘Describing learning activities: tools and resources to guide practice’ in H. Beetham and R. Sharpe (Eds), Rethinking pedagogy for a digital age, pp. 81-91.

39.          Conole, G., Smith, J. and White, S. (2007), ‘A critique of the impact of policy and funding on practice’, in G. Conole and M. Oliver (eds), Contemporary perspectives in e-learning research: themes, methods and impact on practice’, part of the Open and Distance Learning Series, F. Lockwood, (ed), RoutledgeFalmer.

40.          Conole, G., White, S. and Oliver, M. (2007), ‘The impact of e-learning on organisational roles and structures’, in G. Conole and M. Oliver (eds), Contemporary perspectives in e-learning research: themes, methods and impact on practice’, part of the Open and Distance Learning Series, F. Lockwood, (ed), RoutledgeFalmer.

41.          Conole, G. and Oliver, M. (2007), ‘Introduction’, in G. Conole and M. Oliver (eds), Contemporary perspectives in e-learning research: themes, methods and impact on practice’, part of the Open and Distance Learning Series, F. Lockwood, (ed), RoutledgeFalmer.

42.          Oliver, M. and Conole, G. (2007), ‘Conclusions and reflections on the field’, in G. Conole and M. Oliver (eds), Contemporary perspectives in e-learning research: themes, methods and impact on practice’, part of the Open and Distance Learning Series, F. Lockwood, (ed), RoutledgeFalmer.

43.          Dyke, M., Conole, G., Ravenscroft, A. and de Freitas, S. (2007), ‘Learning theories and their application to e-learning’, in G. Conole and M. Oliver (ed), Contemporary perspectives in e-learning research: themes, methods and impact on practice’, part of the Open and Distance Learning Series, F. Lockwood, (ed), RoutledgeFalmer.

44.          Conole, G., Oliver, M., Falconer, I., Littlejohn, A. and Harvey, J. (2007), ‘Designing for learning’, in G. Conole and M. Oliver (ed), Contemporary perspectives in e-learning research: themes, methods and impact on practice’, part of the Open and Distance Learning Series, F. Lockwood, (ed), RoutledgeFalmer.

45.          Sclater, N., Conole, G., Warburton, W. and Harvey, J. (2007), ‘E-Assessment’, in G. Conole and M. Oliver (ed), Contemporary perspectives in e-learning research: themes, methods and impact on practice’, part of the Open and Distance Learning Series, F. Lockwood, (ed), RoutledgeFalmer.

46.          Oliver, M., Jones, A., Harvey, J. and Conole, G. (2007), ‘Evaluation’, in G. Conole and M. Oliver (ed), Contemporary perspectives in e-learning research: themes, methods and impact on practice’, part of the Open and Distance Learning Series, F. Lockwood, (ed), RoutledgeFalmer.

47.          Conole, G. (2006), ‘What impact are technologies having and how are they changing practice?’, I. McNay (ed), Beyond Mass Higher Education: Building on Experience, The Society for Research into Higher Education, Open University Press/ McGraw-Hill Education, 81-95.

48.          Conole, G. (2004), ‘Research questions and methodological issues’, in From Individual Enthusiasm to Institutional Implementation: A Review of Learning Technology in Post Compulsory Education , Seale, J. (ed), Swets and Zeitlinger, NL.

49.          Conole, GC, Evans, J, and Simms, E. (2003), ‘Use and reuse of Images for learning and teaching’, in ‘Reuse of Educational Resources for Networked Learning’, A. Littlejohn (ed), Routledge.

50.          Oliver, M. and Conole, G. (2002), ‘Planning and understanding change: toolkits for course design and evaluation’,  In Academic and Educational Development: Research, Evaluation and Changing Practice in Higher Education, SEDA Research Series, ed. by Macdonald,R. Kogan Page, 62-75.

51.          Oliver,M, Conole, G. and Kewell,B., (1998), ‘An Overview of an Evaluation Toolkit for Learning Technology Use’. In Proceedings of the IEE Colloquium, Exploiting Learning Technology: Issues for Learners and Educators, ed. by Dooner,M. Institute of Electronic Engineers, 1998

52.          Oliver,M and Conole, G., (1998), ‘Selecting a Methodology’. In LTDI Evaluation Cookbook, ed. by Jen Harvey. 1998. 12-13 ISBN 0-9528731-6-8 URL: http://www.icbl.hw.ac.uk/ltdi/cookbook/index.html

53.          Oliver,M and Conole, G., (1998), ‘The Evaluation of Learning Technology: an Overview’. In Innovation in the Evaluation of Learning Technology, ed. by Oliver,M. University of North London Press, 1998

54.          Conole, G. and Oliver, M., (1998), ‘A Pedagogical Toolkit - Thinking About C and IT Within the Curriculum.’. In LTDI Evaluation Cookbook, ed. by Jen Harvey. 1998.

Refereed journal publications

1.              Conole, G. (2017), Research through the generations: reflecting on the past, present and future, Irish Journal of Technology Enhanced Learning.

2.              Conole, G. and Pérez-Paredes, P. (20170), Adult language learning in informal settings and the role of mobile learning, Mobile and Ubiquitous Learning - An International Handbook, New York: Springer.

3.              Conole, G. (2016), Designing effective MOOCs, Educational Multimedia International, Volume 54, Issue 4, 239 – 252.

4.              Conole, G. (2014), A new classification schema for MOOCs, International Journal for Innovation and Quality, 2, 3, Special issue on Quality in MOOCs, available online at http://papers.efquel.org/index.php/innoqual/article/view/164/44

5.              Schreurs, B., Van den Beemt, A., Prinsen, F., Witthaus, Conole, G. and de Laat, M. (2014), An investigation into social learning activities by practitioners in open educational practices, The International Review of Research on Open and Distance Learning, 15, 4, available online at http://www.irrodl.org/index.php/irrodl/article/view/1905.

6.              Conole, G. (2014), Design and evaluation of e-learning in Higher Education, Special Issue of Distance Education in China, F. Junhong (Ed.), 8. In Chinese.

7.              Conole, G. (2013), Social exclusion or inclusion – implications of social and participatory media on education, DeHub paper.

8.              Galley, R., Conole, G. and Alevizou, P. (2012), Community Indicators: A framework for building and evaluating community activity on Cloudworks, Interactive Learning Environments.

Conole, E., Galley, R. and Alevizou, P. (2011), Frameworks for understanding the nature of interactions, networking and community in a social networking site for academic practice, IRRODL, Vol 12, No. 3, 119-138. 

Invited keynotes

1.       Conole, G, (2017), The future of learning: addressing supercomplexity and harnessing technologies, invited keynote, EdTech Conference, 1st June, Sligo, Ireland.

2.       Conole, G. (2017), Current trends and the future of smart learning, invited keynote, Education and Global Cities: Smart Learning for world universities, 19th May St. Petersburg, Russia.

3.       Conole, G. (2017), Online education, invited keynote, Education and Global Cities: Smart Learning for world universities, 20th May St. Petersburg, Russia.

4.       Conole, G. (2017), Adapting more Open Practices for learning, teaching and research, invited keynote, Les Rendez-Vous de l’enseignement: innovar dans l’enseignement universitaire grace aux ressources libres, 11th May 2017, University of Geneva.

5.       Conole, G. (2016), Research through the generations: reflecting on the past, present and future, Invited Keynote, The next generation: digital learning research symposium, 1st November 2016, Dublin City University.

6.       Conole, G. (2016), The landscape of digital practices, invited keynote, The future of learning critical perspectives on Higher Education in a digital age, 22nd June 2016, University of Central Lancashire.

7.       Conole, G. (2016), E-pedagogies, seminar presentation, 2nd Politeknik Brunei Internatioanl Symposium, 30th May 2016, Brunei.

8.       Conole, G. (2016), Innovating Pedagogies, seminar presentation, 2nd Politeknik Brunei Internatioanl Symposium, 30th May 2016, Brunei.

9.       Conole, G. (2016), Innovating Teaching Practices for Driving better Student Outcomes, panel presentation, 2nd Politeknik Brunei Internatioanl Symposium, 28th May 2016, Brunei.

10.    Conole, G. (2016), Reviewing the landscape of open practices, online Webinar, SURF organization, Netherlands, 19th February 2016

11.    Conole, G. (2016), Designing classrooms of the future, keynote, EFMD Conference for Deans and Directors General, Budapest, 26th January 2016

12.    Conole, G. (2015), Slow and fast learning with contemporary digital technologies, Keynote, AECT conference, Indianapolis, 4th November 2015

13.    Conole, G. (2015), Expertise for the future – harnessing the power of digital technologies, keynote, Shaping the future of food safety, together conference, Milan, 15th October.

14.    Conole, G. (2015) The open academic: what does open practice mean for the practitioner, Webinar, October 2015.

15.    Conole, G. (2015), Openness and social learning through digital technologies, keynote, Santiago, 22nd July 2015.

16.    Conole, G. (2015), Critical thinking and creativity in a digital age, Creativity conference, Bath, 22nd June 2015.

17.    Conole, G. (2015), Digital literacies and digital identities – Technology-Enabled Cross Boundary Education, Keynote, Internationalization, cross-border education and e-learning conference, Nicosia, 4th June 2015.

18.    Conole, G. (2015), Social media and open practices, keynote, SIRikt conference, Slovenia, 28th May 2015

19.    Conole, G. (2015), Traversing the digital landscape: trends and innovations, LINQ Conference, Brussels, 12th May 2015

20.    Conole, G. (2015), Designing for quality and enhanced learner experience, Manchester Distance Learning Network conference, 22nd January 2015.

21.    Conole, G. (2014), Emergent technologies and the concept of disruptive innovation, Elene2learn conference, 10th October 2014, Barcelona, Spain.

22.    Conole, G. (2014), E-pedagogies, social media and open practices, keynote, 1st October 2014, Innovations in Teaching Seminar, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore.

23.    Conole, G. (2014), Sociability, open practices and Learning Design, keynote, 29th September 2014, Innovations in Teaching Seminar, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore.

24.    Conole, G. (2014), OPAL and POERUP: Initiatives and policies for OER uptake, 16th September 2014, ET2020 working group on digital and online learning, European Commission, Brussels.

25.    Conole, G. (2014), La revisión de las trayectorias de e-learning, 11th September 2014, online talk to Ibiza, in Spanish.

26.    Conole, G. (2014), Open practices, Learning Design and digital technologies, 15th Medical Library Conference, Uppsala University, Sweden, 21st August 2014.

27.    Conole, G. (2014), Disruptive innovation and the emergence of the PLE+, 5th International PLE conference, Kuala Lumpur, UNITAR International University, 27th August 2014.

28.    Conole, G. (2014), Disruptive education – flipped classrooms, openness, e-pedagogies and design, The flipped classroom, facilitating the transition to blended learning, Athlone Institute of Technology, Ireland, 16th June 2014.

29.    Conole, G. (2014), The future of ICT-based cross-border education, COHAB seminar programme, Denmark, 3rd June 2014.

30.    Conole, G. (2014), Crossing boundaries – spaces, places and contexts of learning, 6th NordLAC conference, University of Iceland, Reykjavik, Iceland, 19th May 2014.

31.    Conole, G. (2014), La revisión de las trayectorias de e-learning, University of Murcia, 21st February 2014.

32.    Conole, G. (2014), New open practices: the implications of OER and MOOCs for traditional institutions, ESRC Breaking Boundaries Series, Oxford University, 20th February 2014.

33.    Conole, G. (2013), Digital landscapes in a new age, Guest lecture at KTH for the Social Media Course, Sweden, 16th December 2013.

34.    Conole, G. (2013), Navigating the digital landscape, eLearning Netzwerktag, Goethe Universität, Frankfurt, Germany, 9th December 2013.

35.    Conole, G. (2013), Trajectories of e-learning, C@N-DO conference, University of Northampton, 5th December 2013.

36.    Conole, G. (2013), Trajectories of e-learning, HELTASA conference, UNISA, Johannesburg, South Africa, 28th November 2013.

37.    Conole, G. (2013), Disruptive technologies and the opening up of Education, PVC forum, London, 14th November 2013.

38.    Conole, G. (2013), Issues and trends in technology and design in ODL, Anadolu University, Eskisehir, Turkey, 8th November 2013.

39.    Conole, G. (2013), Navigating the digital landscape, a pick and mix keynote covering seven topics, given at: Massey University – Palmerston North, Open Polytechnic – Lower Hutt, Dunedin, Shar-E-fest – Hamilton, Auckland University, Northtec Symposium, Otago Polytechnic, AUT Auckland, and Waiariki, between 7th – 18th October 2013.

40.    Conole, G. (2013), We-learning – harnessing the power of social and participatory media, 63rd ICEM conference, Singapore, 4th October 2013.

41.    Conole, G. (2013), Disruptive learning: fostering creativity and innovation through disruptive technologies, 2nd Mobilearn Asia conference, Singapore, 3rd October 2013.

42.    Conole, G. (2013), Disruptive what? Shifting to ‘we-learning, 63rd ICEM conference, plenary session, Singapore, 2nd October 2013.

43.    Conole, G. (2013), Disruptive technologies: the future of education, ETUCE Workshop – ICT and early school leaving, Athens, Greece, 20th September 2013.

44.    Conole, G. (2013), Navigating digital landscapes to foster creativity and innovation, Creating Knowledge Conference, Lund University, 15th August 2013.

45.    Conole. G. (2013), Opening up education, DesefiE Conference, Maceio, Brazil, 23rd July 2013.

46.    Conole, G. (2013), Learning journeys and learner voices – promoting innovative pedagogies through new technologies, ICT EDU Conference, Thurles, Limerick Institute of Technology, Ireland, 11th May 2013.

47.    Conole, G. (2013), Trajectories of e-learning, 3rd International Conference on Quality Assurance in Post-Seconday Education, University of Dammam, Saudi Arabia, 28th April 2013.

48.    Conole, G. (2013), Digital Identity and presence in the social milieu, 11th April 2013, PELeCON conference, Plymouth.

49.    Conole, G. (2013), Harnessing new media, pedagogical innovation and new approaches to design, 25th January 2013, E-Learning Symposium, University of Southampton.

50.    Conole, G. (2013), What is innovative teaching?, 23rd January 2013, Royal Holloway

51.    Conole, G. (2013), New ecologies and trajectories of learning, 15th January 2013, E-learning: teaching reconsidered conference, Athens.

52.    Conole, G. (2012), Opening content, keynote, 11th November 2012, Opening up education through technologies, Conference of European ministers of education, Oslo.

53.    Conole, G. (2012), From Moodle to MOOCs – the need for new approaches to designing for learning, Keynote Webinar, 22nd November 2012, MoodelMoot conference, Uruguay.

54.    Conole, G. (2012), Digital literacies for a changing learning context, 6th November 2012, Keynote, CSDU conference, Charles Sturt University, Wagga Wagga, Australia.

55.    Conole, G. (2012), Teaching as design science: innovations with pedagogies and technologies, 22nd October 2012, Keynote, 7th Annual EDEN workshop, Leuven.

56.    Conole, G. (2012), E-Learning in Higher Education, 19th October 2012, Keynote, New technologies and education for multilingualism, European Parliament, Brussels.

57.    Conole, G. (2012), New ecologies and trajectories of learning, 1st October 2012, Keynote, InSuEdu conference, Thessalonika, Greece.

58.    Conole, G. (2012), Design thinking: learning design and creativity, 28th September 2012, Keynote, 62nd ICEM conference, Nicosia, Cyprus.

59.    Conole, G. (2012), Innovation and creativity through new media, 14th September 2012, Keynote, University of Huddersfield,

60.    Conole, G. (2012), Digital media: tools for excellent teaching, 12th September 2012, Keynote, Gesekkschaft für Medien in der Wissenschaft e. V.,Vienna, Austria.

61.    Conole, G. (2012), The POERUP project, Keynote, EFQUEL Innovation Forum Granada, Spain 5th – 7th September  2012.

62.    Conole, G. (2012), New approaches to designing for learning, 6th September 2012, Keynote Webinar, Designs on e-learning conference.

63.    Conole, G. (2012), The VLE versus PLE debate, 13th July 2012, Keynote, PLE conference, Aveiro, Portugal.

64.    Conole, G. (2012), New digital ecologies of learning, Salamander, 11-13th July 2012.

65.    Conole, G. (2012), Fostering open, social and participatory practices, 5th July, Keynote, University of Sunderland.

66.    Conole, G. (2012), The evolving landscape of TEL
critiquing e-pedagogies, 19th June 2012, University of Portsmouth.

67.    Conole, G. (2012), Harnessing the power of new media for learning, teaching and research, 23rd May 2012, Keynote, TEL summer school, Estoril, Portugal.

68.    Conole, G. (2012), Design-Based Research in TEL, 23rd May 2012, Keynote, TEL summer school, Estoril, Portugal.

69.    Conole, G. (2012), Social and participatory media and new digital literacies, 15th May 2012, Keynote, Dublin City University, Dublin.

70.    Conole, G. (2012), Openness in a digital landscape, 13th April, Keynote, University of Edinburgh.

71.    Conole, G. (2012), Contemporary perspectives in e-learning research, 21st March 2012, Keynote, University of Hertfordshire.

72.    Conole, G. (2012), New approaches to design: harnessing the potential of social and participatory media, 14th March 2012, Keynote, EdgeX conference, New Delhi, India.

73.    Conole, G. (2012), Transformation through new e-pedagogies – the future of learning, 6th March 2012, Keynote, MoodleMoot, University of London.

74.    Conole, G. (2012), Examining the impact of e-learning on the traditional role of a university, 27-28th February 2012, keynote, E-Learning Summit, Sydney.

75.    Conole, G. (2012), Using the VLE as a Trojan horse – transforming practice through creative design, invited keynote, 12th Annual Blackboard conference, Durham, 5th January 2012.

76.    Conole, G. (2011), The interconnectedness of design and e-pedagogy, Central Queensland University Webinar, Sydney, 14th December 2011.

77.    Conole, G. (2011), Designing for social and participatory media, invited keynote, LAMS and learning design conference, Sydney, 9th December 2011.

78.    Conole, G. (2011), Pandora’s box: the implications of social and participatory media, invited keynote, SVEA conference, Brussels, 23rd November 2011.

79.    Conole, G. (2011), Learning trajectories – the future of learning, invited keynote, European Conference on E-learning, University of Brighton, Brighton, 11th November 2011.

80.    Conole, G. (2011), Learning innovations through social and participatory media, invited keynote, E-learning for a changing world conference, Vilnius, Lithuania, 3rd November 2011.

81.    Conole, G. (2011), Learning in an open world, Online webinar, OSTRICH project, 26th October 2011.

82.    Conole, G. (2011), Invited keynotes, International Programme Committee of the 24th ICDE World Conference, 2nd – 5th October 2011, Bali, Indonesia.

83.    Conole, G. (2011), Rethinking design in a new context - innovative learning environments - visual thinking, visual learning, Nicosia, Cyprus, 24th September 2011.

84.    Conole, G. (2011), Promoting open educational practices through social and participatory media, invited keynote, IADIS conference, Rome, 22nd July 2011.

85.    Conole, G. (2011), Learning design: a new approach to designing effective learning interventions, Invited keynote, University of Worcester, 14th June 2011.

86.    Conole, G. (2011), Promoting open educational practices through social and participatory media, New dynamics of language learning spaces and places – intentions and opportunities, University of Jyvaskyla, Finland, 6th June 2011.

87.    Conole, G. (2011), The changing landscape of educational practices: openness and participation, Invited keynote, OER conference, Graz, Austria, 26th May 2011.

88.    Conole, G. (2011), Learning in an open world, The Open University, 19th May 2011.

89.    Conole, G. (2011), New pedagogies for social and participatory media, MoodleMootUK, University of London, 19th April 2011.

90.    Conole, G. (2011), Online communities and interactions: reflections on the use of new social and participatory media, FELS seminar, Open language forum, The Open University, 12th April 2011.

91.    Conole, G. (2011), Digital literacy skills for today’s participatory media: the role of creativity, Follow the sun conference, 13th April 2011.

92.    Conole, G. (2011), Online communities and interactions – reflections on the use of social and participatory media, FELS seminar, the Open University, 12th April.

93.    Conole, G. (2011), Digital literacy skills for today’s participatory culture: the role of creativity, Follow the Sun conference,  13th April 2011.

94.    Conole, G. (2011), Exploring the potential of new, open, social and participatory media to support learning, teaching and research, Estonian e-learning conference, Tartu, Estonia, 7th April 2011. 

95.    Conole, G. (2011), Harnessing technologies to foster creativity, Creativity Workshop, Aarhus, Denmark, 30th March 2011.

96.    Conole, G. (2011), New forms of communication and collaboration using social media, FELS seminar, The Open University, 8th March 2011.

97.    Conole, G. (2011), Open Scholarship in the age of digital competition, University of Queensland, Brisbane, 21st February 2011.

98.    Conole, G. (2011), Invited keynote, DEHub and the Open and Distance Learning Association of Australia, Summit, February 2011, Sydney.