Writing

Books

Tusting, K., McCulloch, S. Bhatt, I. Hamilton, M. & Barton, D. (2019). The Dynamics of Knowledge Creation: Academics Writing in the the Contemporary University. Routledge. [Research monograph]

Bhatt, I. (2017). Assignments as controversies: digital literacy and writing in classroom practice, Routledge Research in Literacy. New York: Routledge. [Research monograph]

Journal articles

Bhatt, I. & MacKenzie, A. (2019). Just Google it! Digital Literacy and the epistemology of Ignorance, Teaching in Higher Education [special issue on “Experts, knowledge and criticality in the age of ‘alternative facts’: re-examining the contribution of higher education”], Vol 24:3, pp. 302-317, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1080/13562517.2018.1547276

MacKenzie, A. & Bhatt, I. (2019). Lies, Bullshit and Fake News: Some Epistemological Concerns, Postdigit Science & Education, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/s42438-018-0025-4

Bhatt, I, de Roock, R & Adams, J. (2015). Diving deep into digital literacy: emerging methods for research, Language and Education, Vol. 29 (6) pp. 477-492 doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/09500782.2015.1041972

Bhatt, I. and de Roock, R. (2013). Capturing the Sociomateriality of Digital Literacy Events, Research in Learning Technology, Special Issue: Scholarship and Literacies in a Digital Age, Vol. 21 (4) doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.3402/rlt.v21.21281 [Journal articel. Note: this paper is sometimes cited as ‘2014’ but it actually belongs to the 2013 volume]

Bhatt, I. (2012). Digital literacy practices and their layered multiplicity, Educational Media International, doi: 10.1080/09523987.2012.741199, Vol. 49 (4), pp. 289-301. [Journal article]

Book chapters

Khan, S. & Bhatt, I. (2019). ‘Curation’. In Hobbs, R. & Mihailidis, P. (eds.), The International Encyclopedia of Media Literacy. NJ: Wiley-Blackwell. https://doi.org/10.1002/9781118978238.ieml0047

Bhatt, I. (2017). ‘Classroom digital literacies as interactional accomplishments’. In Researching New Literacies: Design, Theory, and Data in Sociocultural Investigation, Knobel, M. and Lankshear, C. (eds.), New York: Peter Lang. pp. 127-149 [link]

de Roock, R., Bhatt, I. and Adams, J. (2015). ‘Video analysis in digital literacy studies: Exploring innovative methods’. In Digital Methods for Social Sciences: An Interdisciplinary guide to research innovation, Snee, H., Hine, C., Morley, Y., Roberts, S. & Watson, H. (eds.), Hampshire: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 105-121.

Recent conference proceedings

Bhatt, I. (2018) Digital Literacy and the epistemology of ignorance, Invited contribution to symposium on: Experts, Knowledge and Criticality in the Age of ‘Alternative Facts’ at the Society for Research into Higher Education (SRHE) Annual Research Conference 2018 (Dec 2018, Celtic Manor, Newport, Wales).

Bhatt, I. (2016) Challenging Methods for Literacy Research, Reviewed proceedings for the Society for Research into Higher Education (SRHE) Annual Research Conference 2016 (Dec 2016, Celtic Manor, Newport, Wales).

McCulloch, S. Bhatt, I. & Tusting, K. (2016) ‘Historians don’t set out to change people’s lives’: To what extent are notions of social justice shared across the academy? Higher Education Close Up 8, Lancaster University: 18-20 July 2016.

Wright, S. & Bhatt, I. (2016) Teaching-led research? Exploring the digital agencies of software in qualitative research, Proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Networked Learning 2016, Edited by: Cranmer S, Dohn NB, de Laat M, Ryberg T & Sime JA. Pp. 489-498.

Bhatt, I. (2015) Curation as a new direction in digital literacy theory, Reviewed proceedings for the Society for Research into Higher Education (SRHE) Annual Research Conference 2015 (Dec 2015, Celtic Manor, Newport, Wales).

McCulloch, S. & Bhatt, I. (2015) Being an academic: The changing writing practices of academics and how they influence professional identity, Reviewed proceedings for the Society for Research into Higher Education (SRHE) Annual Research Conference 2015 (Dec 2015, Celtic Manor, Newport, Wales).

Media

“What’s the point of education if Google can tell us anything?” The Conversation, July 24 2015, available at: https://theconversation.com/whats-the-point-of-education-if-google-can-tell-us-anything-44441 [Trans: French, German, Korean]

PhD Thesis

Bhatt, I. (2014) A sociomaterial account of assignment writing in Further Education classrooms, PhD thesis (submitted: Nov 2014), School of Education, University of Leeds.

Research/project reports

An exploration of postgraduate research students’ experiences and perceptions of the research climate at the School of Education:  A focused qualitative study in response to the Postgraduate Research Experience Survey, University of Leeds, August 2012 [research report]

Workforce Engagement in Lifelong Learning (JISC), University of Bradford, March 2011 [project report]

A literature review of technology-supported work-based learning in Higher Education, JISC WELL Project, University of Bradford, January 2010 [project report]

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