Publications

BOOK CHAPTERS

Buchanan, R. (2017). ‘Social media and social justice in the context of career guidance: Is education enough?’ In T. Hooley, R. Sultana & R. Thomsen (ed.s). Career Guidance for Social Justice: Contesting Neoliberalism, (pp. 109 – 124). London: Routledge.

Buchanan, R., Holmes, K., Preston, G., & Shaw, K. (2015). From the Local to the Global: Taking account of context in the push for the technologisation of education. In N. Johnson, S. Bulfin & C. Bigum (Ed.s). Critical perspectives on technology and education, (pp. 227-244). Melbourne: Palgrave MacMillan.

Chapman, A. & Buchanan, R. (2012). ‘FYI…Virtual Space has a Context: Toward an Alternative Frame for Understanding Cyberbullying’ in S. Saltmarsh, K. Robinson & C. Davis (Ed.s) Rethinking School Violence: Theory, Gender, Context (pp. 56-68). Basingstoke, GB: Palgrave McMillan.

JOURNAL ARTICLES

Buchanan, R., Southgate, E. & Smith, S.P. (2019). ‘It’s like the whole world’s watching really’: Parental and educator perspectives on managing children’s digital lives, Global Studies of Childhood, 9(2), 167 – 180. doi: 10.1177/2043610619846351

Buchanan, R. & McPherson, A. (2019). Teachers and learners in a time of big data, Journal of Philosophy in Schools, 6(1), 26 – 43. doi: 10.21913/JPS.v6i1.1566

Arndt, S., Asher, G., Knox, J., Ford, D.R., Hayes, S., Lăzăroiu, G., Jackson, L., Mañero Contreras, J., Buchanan, R., D’Olimpio, L., Smith, M., Suoranta, J., Pyyhtinen, O., Ryberg, T., Davidsen, J., Steketee, A., Mihăilă, R., Stewart, G. & Dawson, M (2019). Between the Blabbering Noise of Individuals or the Silent Dialogue of Many: a Collective Response to ‵Postdigital Science and Education′ (Jandrić et al. 2018), Postdigital Science and Education, 1- 29. doi: 10.1007/s42438-019-00037-y 

Southgate, E., Smith, S.P., Cividino, C., Saxby, S., Kilham, J., Eather, G., Scevak, J. Summerville, D., Buchanan, R. & Bergin, C. (2019). Embedding immersive virtual reality in classrooms: Ethical, organisational and educational lessons in bridging research and practice, International Journal of Child-Computer Interaction, 19, 19-29. doi:10.1016/j.ijcci.2018.10.002

Grimes, S., Southgate, E., Scevak, J. & Buchanan, R. (2019). University student perspectives on institutional non-disclosure of disability and learning challenges: reasons for staying invisible. International Journal of Inclusive Education, 23(6), 639 – 655. doi: 10.1080/13603116.2018.1442507

Murray, T. & Buchanan, R. (2018). ‘The internet is all around us’: How children come to understand the internet’, Digital Culture & Education, 10, 1-21. [online article, open access]

Buchanan, R., Southgate, E., Scevak, J. & Smith, S.P. (2018). Expert insights into education for positive digital footprint development, Scan, 37(2) [online article, open access]

Southgate, E., Buchanan, R., Cividino, C., Saxby, S., Eather, G., Smith, S.P., Bergin, C., Kilham, J., Summerville, D. & Scevak, J. (2018). What teachers should know about highly immersive virtual reality: Insights from the VR School Study. Scan, 37(4), [online article, open access]

Buchanan, R., Southgate, E., Smith, S.P., Murray, T. & Noble, B. (2017). Post no photos, leave no trace: Children’s digital footprint strategies. E-Learning and Digital Media, 14(5), 275-290. doi: 10.1177/2042753017751711

Grimes, S., Scevak, J., Southgate, E. & Buchanan, R. (2017). Non-disclosing students with disabilities or learning challenges: characteristics and size of a hidden population, Australian Educational Researcher, 44, 425-441. doi: 10.1007/s13384-017-0242-y

Chapman, A., Mangion, A. & Buchanan, R. (2015). Institutional statements of commitment and widening participation policy in Australia, Policy Futures in Education, 13(8), 995-1009. doi: 10.1177/1478210315581462

Buchanan, R. & Chapman, A. (2014). The political ontology of cyborgs: Considering implications of posthumanism for Education. Creative Approaches to Research, 7, 7-20.

Holmes, K., Preston, G.D., Shaw, K., & Buchanan, R. (2013). ‘Follow’ Me: Networked Professional Learning for Teachers, Australian Journal of Teacher Education, 38(12), 54-65. DOI: 10.14221/ajte.2013v38n12.4.

Chapman, A., Forster, D. & Buchanan, R. (2013). The Moral Imagination in Pre-service Teachers’ Ethical Reasoning, Australian Journal of Teacher Education, 38(5), 131 – 143. DOI: 10.14221/ajte.2013v38n5.8.

Buchanan, R., Holmes, K., Preston, G. & Shaw, K. (2012). Basic literacy or new literacies? Examining the contradictions of Australia’s education revolution, Australian Journal of Teacher Education, 37(6), 97-110. DOI: 10.14221/ajte.2012v37n6.8.

Buchanan, R. (2011). Paradox, promise and public pedagogy: Implications of the federal government’s digital education revolution, Australian Journal of Teacher Education, 36(2), 67-78. DOI: 10.14221/ajte.2011v36n2.6.

Laura, R. & Buchanan, R. (2001). Towards an Epistemology of Ecofeminism, Education Research and Perspectives, 28(1), 57-70.

EDITORIALS AND OPINION PIECES

MacPherson, A., Forster, D. & Buchanan, R. (2019). Situated cases of ethical tensions when working with children and young people in educational contexts, Global Studies of Childhood, 9(2), 103 – 108. doi:10.1177/2043610619845735

Buchanan, R., Southgate, E. & Bennett, A. (2015). Social justice in the enterprise university: global perspectives on theory, policy, ethics and critical practice, International Studies in Widening Participation, 2(2), 1 – 2.

 Southgate, E. & Buchanan, R. (2014). This century becomes you: Qualitative inquiry, being/there and social becoming in the 21st century, Creative Approaches to Research, 7, 4-6.

Chapman, A.K. & Buchanan, R. (2013). Opinion: Educational purposes and the Melbourne Declaration, Professional Educator, 12, 25-27. http://fellowship.austcolled.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/27.-Prof-Ed-Oct-2013.pdf

EDITED JOURNAL SPECIAL ISSUES

Southgate, E., Bennett, A., Buchanan, R. (Guest Editors) (2015). Social justice in the enterprise university: global perspectives on theory, policy, ethics and critical practice, International Studies in Widening Participation, 2(2).

Southgate, E. & Buchanan, R. (Guest Editors) (2014). This century becomes you: Qualitative inquiry, being/there and social becoming in the 21st century, Creative Approaches to Research, 7(1).

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

Buchanan, R. (2018). ‘Women’s Work?: A Feminist Analysis of Gender and Platform Capitalism, GEA Conference 2018, Newcastle, Australia.

Buchanan, R. (2018). ‘In the classroom or out of this world? An ontological comparison of virtual and personalised learning’, PESA Conference 2018, Rotorua, New Zealand.

Barnes, N., Eacott, S., Buchanan, R., Heffernan, A. & Mockler, N. (2018). ‘Symposium – Performativity and impact: Exploring the implications of the policy push for the use of Twitter in Education’, AARE Conference 2018, University of Sydney, NSW.

Buchanan, R. (2018). ‘Academic Twitter: Affective or Effective: Examining the limitations of Twitter as a medium for academic impact’, AARE Conference 2018, University of Sydney, NSW.

Donnelly, D. & Buchanan, R. (2018). ‘Using Immersive Virtual Reality in Contemporary School Contexts’, AARE Conference 2018, University of Sydney, NSW.

Grimes, S., Southgate, E., Scevak, J. & Buchanan, R. (2018). ‘Postgraduate students with disability or learning challenge: choosing non-disclosure and “going it alone” ‘, AARE Conference 2018, University of Sydney, NSW.

Buchanan, R. (2017). ‘Digital life and digital death: The case for new forms of digital ethics’, PESA Conference 2017, Newcastle, NSW.

McPherson, A. & Buchanan, R. (2017). ‘Who cares? Exploring the ethics of care in educational social justice work’, PESA Conference 2017, Newcastle, NSW.

Buchanan, R. (2017). ‘Digital identity in a post-truth world: The case of digital ethics‘, RE4D Conference 2017, Springfield, QLD.

Buchanan, R., Smith. S., Scevak, J., & Southgate E, (2016). ‘What do students understand about Digital Footprint Management: Examining social media education for career guidance’, AARE Conference 2016, Melbourne, VIC.

Buchanan, R., & Forster, D. (2015). ‘Digital Dilemmas and the Mediation of the Entrepreneurial Self’, PESA Conference, 2015, Melbourne, VIC.

Buchanan, R., Dennis, J., Noble, B., Scevak, J., Smith, S. & Southgate, E. (2015). ‘Examining the Digital Footprint awareness of university students: An emerging equity issue for Higher Education’, AARE Conference 2015, Freemantle, WA.

Buchanan, R., Murray, T., Noble, B., Smith, S. & Southgate, E. (2015). ‘Online all the time? How children understand their digital footprints’, AARE Conference 2015, Freemantle, WA.

Buchanan, R., Smith. S., Scevak, J., & Southgate E, (2015). ‘The importance of digital footprints in achieving equity and excellence in higher education’, GAPS Conference 2015, Kuala Lumpar, Malaysia.

Buchanan, R. & Southgate, E. (2014). ‘What lurks beneath: Philosophies of Engagement and the Neoliberal University’, PESA Conference 2014, Auckland, New Zealand.

Buchanan, R. & Southgate, E. (2014). ‘It’s more than computer hubs: Equity and learning in higher education’, European Access Network Conference, Edinburgh, Scotland.

Buchanan, R. (2012). ‘Digital dilemmas and professional practice: implications for pre-service teacher ethics education’, Teacher Education Dialogue Conference, Coffs Harbour, NSW.

Buchanan, R., Holmes, K., Preston, G., & Shaw, K. (2012). ‘Shifting horizons: A critical examination of projects, policy and progress towards digital education in Australia’, Critical Perspectives on Learning with New Media Conference, Melbourne, VIC.

Chapman, A. & Buchanan, R. (2011). ‘Accountability frameworks in Australian education: Utopia or dystopia?’, PESA Conference 2011, Auckland, New Zealand.

Buchanan, R. & Chapman, A. (2009). ‘Dialogue and difference: The sorry story of the digital native’, PESA Conference 2009, Honolulu, Hawaii.

Laura, R. & Buchanan, R. (2009). ‘Setting free the word of God’, Religious Communication Conference: Abstracts, Melbourne, VIC.

CONFERENCE PAPERS

Southgate, E., Smith, S.P., Eather, G., Saxby, S., Cividino, C., Bergin, C., Summerville, D., Kilham, J., Buchanan, R. & Scevak, J. (2018). Ethical conduct and student safety in immersive virtual reality: Protocols and resources from the VR School Research Project. Presented at the 2018 IEEE VR Third Workshop on K-12+ Embodied Learning through Virtual & Augmented Reality (KELVAR), Reutlinger Germany, 18-22 March, 2018, [pre-publication version].

Chapman, A., Buchanan, R. & Forster, D. (2012). ‘The Moral Imagination in Pre-service Teachers’ Ethical Reasoning’, AARE-APERA Conference 2012, Sydney, NSW.

Buchanan, R. & Laura, R. (2012). ‘Theo-critical feminism, Mother Nature and epistemological patriarchy’, God, Freedom and Nature, Strathfield, NSW.

Laura, R. & Buchanan, R. (2012). ‘Set free by the word of God’, God, Freedom and Nature, Strathfield, NSW.

Laura, R. & Buchanan, R. (2012) ‘God, Freedom and Nature: Transdisciplinary reflections on the discourse of religion and theology’, God, Freedom and Nature, Strathfield, NSW.

Buchanan, R. & Chapman, A. (2011). ‘Utopia or dystopia? A critical examination of the Melbourne Declaration’, PESA Conference 2011, Auckland, New Zealand.

Buchanan, R. & Chapman, A. (2010). ‘Globalisation and social justice: The exploitation of the digital native’, Learning for Life: Sustainability, Global Citizenship and Social Justice. SEAA Biennial Conference with SASOSE Annual Conference, Adelaide, SA.

EDITED VOLUME OF CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS

Laura R. S., Buchanan R. A., & Chapman, A. K. (2012). ‘Conference Editors’, God, Freedom and Nature, Strathfield, NSW.

REPORTS

Shaw, K., Holmes, K., Preston, G. & Buchanan, R. (2012). AIS Building Relationships Grant: Final Report, Association of Independent Schools