Journal papers, book chapters and papers in conference proceedings
Murugesan, R., Nobes, A., Wild, J. A (2017) MOOC approach for training researchers in developing countries, Open Praxis, Vol. 9 No 1
Wild, J., Murugesan, R., Schaeffler, V., Powell, A. (2016) Bringing Learning Closer to the Workplace: An Online Course for Librarians in Developing Countries, In Proceedings of Pan-Commonwealth Forum 8th (PCF 8)
Comas-Quinn, A., Wild, J., Carter, J. (2013). Leveraging passion for open practice. Proceedings of OER13: Creating a Virtuous Circle. Nottingham, UK, 26-26 March 2013
Masterman, L., Wild, J. (2013). Reflections on the evolving landscape of OER use. Proceedings of OER13: Creating a Virtuous Circle. Nottingham, UK, 26-26 March 2013
Highton, M., Fresen, J., & Wild, J. (2011). Making academic OER easy: Reflections on technology and openness at Oxford University. Journal of Open, Flexible and Distance Learning, 15(2), [28–40]
Masterman, L., Wild, J., White, D. & Manton, M. (2011). The impact of OER on teaching and learning in UK universities: implications for Learning Design. In Cameron, L. & Dalziel, J. (Eds). Proceedings of the 6th International LAMS & Learning Design Conference 2011: Learning design for a changing world (pp 135-144). 8-9 December 2011, Sydney: LAMS Foundation
Wild née Kisielewska, J., Wild, F., Kalz, M., Hofer, M., Specht, M. (2009): The Mupple Competence Continuum. Proceedings of the Second International Workshop on Mashup Personal Learning Environments, 4th EC-TEL conference, Nice, France
Wild née Kisielewska, J. (2008): Collaboration: Google Calendar. Google Docs. In: Grodecka, K., Wild, F., Kieslinger (Eds.): How to Use Social Software in Higher Education. A Handbook from the iCamp project, pp. 51-58
Danielewka-Tułecka, A., Kisielewska, J. (2006): Wyzwania w wirtualnej przestrzeni edukacyjnej. Proceedings of the annual conference: Rozwój e-Edukacji w Ekonomicznym Szkolnictwie Wyższym. Warsaw, Poland
Refereed conference papers
Masterman, E. & Wild, J. (2011). Exploring the concept of mediated action as a framework for analysing learners’ and teachers’ engagement with digital technologies. Paper presented at the British Educational Research Association Conference 2011, Institute of Education, London, 6–8 September 2011.
Masterman, E. & Wild, J. (2011). Tipping the balance through trust in a digital peer: An intelligent tool to support lecturers’ engagement with technology-enhanced learning. Computers and Learning (CAL ’11) Conference, Manchester, 13–15 April 2011.
Ryan, S., Masterman, L., Wild, J. & Laurillard, D. (2011). A Learning Design Support Environment: using technology-enhanced learning to support teachers in developing their practice. Paper presented at the SEDA Annual Conference, Aston, 17–18 November 2011
Published research reports
White, D. Wild, J. (2014) Incoming expectations of the digital environment formed at school (pdf)
White, D. Beetham, H. Wild, J. (2013) Students’ expectations and experiences of the digital environment literature review (pdf)
Geng, F., Fresen, J., Wild, J. (2013) WebLearn Student Experience project. Requirements gathering report (WLSE)
Masterman, L., Wild, J. (2012). World War 1 Centenary: Continuation and Beginnings. Evaluation report. University of Oxford
Wild, J. (2012). OER Engagement Study: Promoting OER Reuse Among Academics. SCORE Report. University of Oxford and Open University
Masterman, L., Wild, J. (2011): OER impact study: Research Report. JISC Open Educational Resources Programme: Phase 2.
Volungeviciene, A., Wild, J. (2009): Harmonization of pedagogical and technological methodologies for reviewing and reviving existing VET curriculum. REVIVE project deliverable.
Wild née Kisielewska, J.(2008): Supporting Digital Literacy. Public Policies and Stakeholders’ Initiatives. Country Report: Austria.
Other published articles
Charlton, P., Baker, H., Claessens, J. & Wild, J. (2016) Wearable, Teachable and Learnable Internet of Things: THE MICRO BIT PROJECT, Published by Creative Digital Solutions, In ‘A head of the curve series’
Wild, J., Wilson, R. (2013): CC BY – what does it mean for scholarly articles? Blog post published at the Open Access at Oxford blog: http://openaccess.ox.ac.uk/cc-by-what-does-it-mean-for-scholarly-articles-3/