Jordan, K. & Tsai, S.P. (forthcoming) ‘Sort by relevance’: Exploring user assumptions about ranking in online academic literature searches. Paper to be presented at the 2022 Society for Research in Higher Education (SRHE) conference, December 2022, online.
Jordan, K. (in press) How can messaging apps, WhatsApp and SMS be used to support learning? A scoping review. Accepted for publication in Technology, Pedagogy and Education.
Jordan, K. (2022) ‘Sort by relevance’ – whose relevance? A critical examination of algorithm-mediated academic literature searches. Paper presentation at the 2022 Association of Internet Researchers Conference, Dublin, Ireland, 2nd-5th November 2022.
Boujikian, M., Carter, A. and Jordan, K. (2022). The Sandbox Model: A Novel Approach to Iterating while Implementing an Emergency Education Program in Lebanon during the COVID-19 Pandemic. Journal on Education in Emergencies, 8(3), 215-28. https://doi.org/10.33682/rj45-k7z7
Jordan, K. (2022) Academics’ perceptions of research impact and engagement through interactions on social media platforms. Learning, Media and Technology, early view. https://doi.org/10.1080/17439884.2022.2065298
Jordan, K. & Goshtasbpour, F. (2022) 2012 to 2022: The decade of the MOOC. Journal of Interactive Media in Education, 2022(1). http://doi.org/10.5334/jime.757
Damani, K., Daltry, R., Jordan, K., Hills, L. & Evans, L. (2022) EdTech for Ugandan girls: Affordances of different technologies for girls’ secondary education during the Covid-19 pandemic. Development Policy Review, 40(S2), https://doi.org/10.1111/dpr.12619
Carrigan, M. & Jordan, K. (2021) Platforms and Institutions in the Post-Pandemic University: A Case Study of Social Media and the Impact Agenda. Postdigital Science and Education. 2021. https://doi.org/10.1007/s42438-021-00269-x
Crompton, H., Jordan, K., Wilson, S. & Nicolai, S. (2021) “Making visible” inequality: Remote learning with technology during Covid-19. NORRAG Special Issue 6: States of Emergency: Education in the Time of COVID-19, 62-63. https://resources.norrag.org/resource/download/659/385
Jordan, K. & Jones, A. (2021) Editorial: Learning from Lockdown Special Collection. Journal of Interactive Media in Education, 2021(1), p.6. DOI: http://doi.org/10.5334/jime.698
Crompton, H., Burke, D., Jordan, K. & Wilson, S. (2021). Learning with technology during emergencies: A systematic review of K-12 education. British Journal of Educational Technology, 52(4), 1554-1575. https://doi.org/10.1111/bjet.13114
Crompton, H., Burke, D., Jordan, K. & Wilson, S. (2021). Support provided for K-12 teachers teaching remotely with technology during emergencies: A systematic review. Journal of Research on Technology in Education, early view. https://doi.org/10.1080/15391523.2021.1899877
Jordan, K., David, R., Philips, T. & Pellini, A. (2021) Educación durante la crisis de COVID-19: Oportunidades y limitaciones del uso de Tecnología Educativa en países de bajos ingresos. Revista De Educación a Distancia (RED), 21(65). https://doi.org/10.6018/red.453621
Jordan, K. (2020) Covid-19 School closures in low- and middle-income countries: Emergent perspectives on the role of educational technology. Journal of Learning for Development , 7(3), 399-415. https://jl4d.org/index.php/ejl4d/article/view/433
Pitt, B., Jordan, K., de los Arcos, B., Farrow, R. & Weller, M. (2020) Supporting open educational practices through Open Textbooks. Distance Education, 41(2), 303-318. doi: 10.1080/01587919.2020.1757411
Jordan, K. (2020) Educational technology and research impact: the two roles of e-learning and related terms in the 2014 REF impact case studies. Research in Learning Technology, 28. doi: 10.25304/rlt.v28.2306
Jordan, K. (2020) Imagined audiences, acceptable identity fragments and merging the personal and professional: how academic online identity is expressed through different social media platforms. Learning, Media and Technology, 45(2), 165-178.
Jordan, K. (2019) From finding a niche to circumventing institutional constraints: Examining the links between academics’ online networking, institutional roles, and identity-trajectory. International Review of Research in Online and Distributed Learning, 20(2), doi: 10.19173/irrodl.v20i2.4021
Jordan, K. (2019) Separating and merging professional and personal selves online: the structure and processes which shape academics’ ego-networks on academic social networking sites and Twitter. Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 70(8), 830-842.
Jordan, K. (2019) From social networks to publishing platforms: a review of the history and scholarship of academic social network sites. Frontiers in Digital Humanities. DOI: https://doi.org/10.3389/fdigh.2019.00005
Jordan, K. (2018) Validity, reliability and the case for participant-centred research: Reflections on a multi-platform social media study. International Journal of Human-Computer Interaction, 34(10), 913-921.
Jordan, K. & Weller, M. (2018) Communication, collaboration and identity: Factor analysis of academics’ perceptions of online networking. Research in Learning Technology, 26:2013, http://dx.doi.org/10.25304/rlt.v26.2013.
Jordan, K. & Weller, M. (2018) Academics and social networking sites: Benefits, problems and tensions in professional engagement with online networking. Journal of Interactive Media in Education, 2018(1), 1.
Schechter L.M., Vencato M., Jordan K.L., Schneider S.E., Schneider D.J. & Collmer A. (2006) Multiple approaches to a complete inventory of Pseudomonas syringae pv. Tomato DC3000 type III secretion system effector proteins. Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions, 19(11), 1180-1192.
Jordan, K. & Myers, C. (2022) EdTech and Girls Education in Low- and Middle-Income Countries: Which Intervention Types Have the Greatest Impact on Learning Outcomes for Girls? Proceedings of the Ninth ACM Conference on Learning @ Scale (L@S ’22), June 1–3, 2022, New York City, NY, USA, pp. 330-334. https://doi.org/10.1145/3491140.3528305
Jordan, K. (2020) Beyond indicators: A scoping review of the academic literature related to SDG4 and educational technology. Proceedings the European Conference in Technology-Enhanced Learning (EC-TEL), September 2020, online.
Jordan, K. (2018) Networked selves and networked publics in academia: Exploring academic online identity through sharing on social media platforms. Paper presented at the Annual Society for Research in Higher Education conference, Newport, Wales, 5-7 December 2018.
Jordan, K. (2016) Digital scholarship and the social networking site: How academics conceptualise their networks on academic social networking sites and Twitter. Paper presented at AoIR 2016: The 17th Annual Meeting of the Association of Internet Researchers. 5-8 October 2016, Berlin, Germany.
Jordan, K (2016) Academics’ online connections: Characterising the structure of personal networks on academic social networking sites and Twitter. In: Proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Networked Learning 2016 (Cranmer, S.; Dohn, N.B.; de Laat, M.; Ryberg, T. and Sime, J.A. eds.), pp. 414–421.
Jordan, K. (2015). What do academics ask their online networks? An analysis of questions posed via Academia.edu. In: Proceedings of the ACM Web Science Conference 2015, 28 June – 1 July 2015, Oxford, UK, ACM.
Jordan, K. (2015). Exploring the ResearchGate score as an academic metric: reflections and implications for practice. In: Quantifying and Analysing Scholarly Communication on the Web (ASCW’15), 30 June 2015, Oxford.
Tracy, F., Jordan, K., Johnstone, K., Carmichael, P. (2007) Using an evidence informed approach to create online learning resources. Paper presented at the BLU Conference, 14th June 2007, University of Hertfordshire.
Carmichael, P., Jordan, K. Johnstone, K., Tracy, F. and Truscott, H. (2006) Enhancing Small Group Teaching in Plant Sciences: A Research and Development Project in Higher Education. Paper presented at BERA Conference, September 2006, Warwick.
Pitt, R., Farrow, R., Jordan, K., de los Arcos, B., Weller, M., Kernohan, D., & Rolfe, V. (2019). The UK Open Textbook Report 2019. Open Education Research Hub. The Open University (UK). Available from http://oerhub.net/reports and http://ukopentextbooks.org
Jordan, K. (2019) Networked publics: investigating the bounds of personal and professional selves presented by academics through social media platforms. SRHE Newer Researchers award final report. London: Society for Research in Higher Education.
Daltry, B., Major, L., Jordan, K., Otieno, M., Otieno, K., Kaye, T. & Friedberg, A. (2022) Evaluating Digital Personalised Learning in Kenya: an exploratory analysis of integrating an adaptive learning tool into classroom instruction. Presentation at the annual British Association of International and Comparative Education (BAICE) conference, University of Edinburgh, 13th-15th September 2022.
Jordan, K. (2020) OER and international development: exploring the links between open education, ICT4D and digital development. OER20 conference, London, 1-2 April 2020 [Session accepted but conference cancelled].
Jordan, K. (2019) Exploring the relationship between the Higher Education sector and social media platforms: three perspectives. Invited presentation at SRHE Digital University Network event, Queens University Belfast, 22nd February 2019.
Pitt, B., Farrow, R., Weller, M., Jordan, K. & de Los Arcos, B. (2019) Supporting Open Educational Practices (OEP) through Open Textbooks: A survey of UK HE Educators. Presentation at OE Global 2019.
Jordan, K. (2018) Tracing academics’ identity fragments, imagined audiences and perceived impact through different social media platforms. Presentation at Capitalism, Social Science and the Platform University, Homerton College, University of Cambridge, 13-14 December 2018.
Jordan, K. (2018) Tracing the boundaries of personal and professional academic identities through social media platforms, perceived audiences, and research impact. Presentation at the SRHE Newer Researchers Conference, Coldra Court, Newport, 4 December 2018.
Jordan, K. (2018) Tracing the boundaries of personal and professional academic identities through social media platforms, perceived audiences, and research impact. Presentation at the 2018 Computers and Learning Research Group (CALRG) Conference, the Open University, Milton Keynes, UK, 18th June.
Jordan, K., Rolfe, V., Weller, M. & DeVries, I. (2018) Learning from the past: Development of open and distance education research over time. Paper presented at OE Global, Delft, the Netherlands, April 2018.
Weller, M., Jordan, K., DeVries, I. & Rolfe, V. (2017) Reclaiming our history: Citation network analysis of historical open and distance education research. Presentation at the ICDE World Conference on Online Learning, 16-19 October, Toronto, Canada.
Jordan, K. (2016) Learning in MOOCs and learning about MOOCs: Reflections on investigating completion rates. Keynote presentation at the ‘MOOC: Lokala möjligheter till globalt lärande’ conference, Campus Skellefteå, Skellefteå, Sweden, 19 May 2016.
Jordan, K. (2016) Exploring the structure and significance of academics’ social networks online. Seminar in the Department of Applied Educational Science, Umeå University, Sweden, 18 May 2016.
Jordan, K. (2015) Connecting to others – and your professional self? Exploring the structure and significance of academics’ social networks online. Presentation at ‘Academic identity in the digital university: current trends and future challenges’. Society for Research in Higher Education, 25th September 2015.
Jordan, K. (2015) Characterising the structure of academics’ personal networks on academic social networking sites and Twitter. Presentation at the Computers and Learning Research Group (CALRG) annual conference, The Open University, Milton Keynes, UK, 17th June 2015.
Weller, M. & Jordan, K. (2013) Characteristics and completion rates of distributed and centralised MOOCs. Presentation at the MOOC Research Initiative conference, University of Texas at Arlington, USA, 5-6 December.
Jordan, K. (2013) Academics and their online networks: Exploring the role of academic social networking sites. Association for Learning Technology Conference (ALT-C), University of Nottingham, 10th-12th September 2013.
Jordan, K. (2013) Exploring trends in network structure across three academic social networking sites. Computers and Learning Research Group (CALRG) Conference, Institute of Educational Technology, The Open University, 11th-12th June 2013.
Jordan, K. (2013) Reshaping the Higher Education network? Analysis of academic social networking sites. Presentation at the Kaleidoscope Graduate Student Conference, Faculty of Education, University of Cambridge, 30th-31st May 2013.
Jordan, K. (2013) Emerging and potential learning analytics from MOOCs. Presentation given at ‘Let the Learners Speak for themselves: The Potential of Learning Analytics and Big Data’, 8th ‘What the research says’ seminar, London Knowledge Lab, 21st March 2013.
Jordan, K. and Rimpilainen, S. (2010) How we understand research practices: The example of the semantic spider. Presentation at ‘Socio-material and Posthuman Readings of Digital Learning: An Ensemble Project Seminar Day’, Liverpool John Moores University, 17th September 2010.
Jordan, K. (2010) Authentic Data and Visualisation: Semantic tools from the Ensemble Project. Learning and Teaching Support lunchtime seminar, Centre for Applied Research in Educational Technologies, Cambridge, 27th January 2010.
Carmichael, P., Patel, U. and Jordan, K. (2009) Semantic technologies for the enhancement of learning in Higher Education. Symposium presented at Computer Assisted Learning (CAL) Conference, Brighton, 23rd March 2009.
Taylor, K. and Jordan, K. (2007) Ontology based concept mapping in Plant Sciences. Presentation at Enhancing Teaching and Learning of Threshold Concepts with Technology, Technology Enhanced Learning Project Seminar Series B2, St. John’s College, University of Cambridge, 22nd February 2007.
Books and book chapters
Jordan, K. & Mitchell, J. (Eds.) (2021) EdTech evidence for Covid-19 response: Rapid Evidence Reviews of EdTech use in low-income and crisis contexts. EdTech Hub.
Jordan, K. & Mitchell, J. (2021) Introduction to the collection. In: Jordan, K. & Mitchell, J. (Eds.) EdTech evidence for Covid-19 response: Rapid Evidence Reviews of EdTech use in low-income and crisis contexts. EdTech Hub.
Mitchell, J. & Jordan, K. (2021) The rapid evidence review methodology. In: Jordan, K. & Mitchell, J. (Eds.) EdTech evidence for Covid-19 response: Rapid Evidence Reviews of EdTech use in low-income and crisis contexts. EdTech Hub.
Carmichael, P. and Jordan, K. (2009) CamTools: Using Sakai to Support Teaching and Learning in a Research-Intensive University. In: Berg, A.m. and Korcuska, M. (Eds.) Sakai Courseware Management: The Official Guide. Packt Publishing.
Johnstone, K., Carmichael, P., Tracy, F., Jordan, K. and Truscott, H. (2007) ‘Developing Evidence-Informed Practice in Undergraduate Teaching and Learning at the University of Cambridge’ in: D. Good, S. Greenwald, R. Cox and Goldman, M. (eds.) University Collaboration for Innovation: Lessons from the Cambridge-MIT Institute (Rotterdam: Sense Publishers)
(2021). A Country-Level Research Review: EdTech in Tanzania. EdTech Hub. https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.4618376
Hennessy, S., Jordan, K. & Wagner, D.A. (2021). Problem Analysis and Focus of EdTech Hub’s Work: Technology in Education in Low- and Middle-Income Countries. EdTech Hub. http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.4332693
David, R., Pellini, A., Jordan, K. & Philips, T. (2020). Education during the COVID-19 crisis: opportunities and constraints of using EdTech in low-income countries (Version 1.0). Zenodo. doi: 10.5281/zenodo.3750976
Haßler, B., Adam, T., Brugha, M., Damani, K., Allier-Gagneur, Z., Hennessy, S., Hollow, D., Jordan, K., Martin, K., Murphy, M. & Walker, H. (2019). Literature reviews of educational technology research in low and middle-income countries: an audit of the field (Version 2).DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.3594489
Jordan, K. (2018) Degrees of Intrusion? A Survey of Cookies Used by UK Higher Education Institutional Websites and Their Implications (March 16, 2018). Available at SSRN: http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.3142312
Jordan, K. (2014) Academics’ awareness, perceptions and uses of social networking sites: Analysis of a social networking sites survey dataset. Available at SSRN: http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.2507318 .
Jordan, K. (2018) Networked selves and networked publics in academia: Investigating the bounds of personal and professional selves presented by academics through social media platforms. Poster presented at the 9th International Conference on Social Media & Society, Copenhagen, Denmark, July 2018.
Jordan, K. (2016) Visualising the academic genealogy of the Institute of Educational Technology. Poster presented at the Computers and Learning Research Group (CALRG) Annual Conference, The Open University, Milton Keynes, UK, 5th June 2016.
Jordan, K. (2015). What do academics ask their online networks? An analysis of questions posed via Academia.edu. Poster presented at the ACM Web Science Conference 2015, 28 June – 1 July 2015, Oxford, UK.
Carmichael, P., Tscholl, M., Jordan, K. and the Ensemble team (2011) Findings from Ensemble: Semantic Technologies for the Enhancement of Case Based Learning. Poster presented at the annual Learning at City Conference, City University, London, 23rd June 2011.
Mackinnon, R. and Jordan, K. (2009) Case Studies In Plant Epidemiology – Using Visualisation Tools To Promote Theory Building. Poster presented as part of the Ensemble Project Symposium at the Computer Assisted Learning (CAL) Conference, March 23rd to 25th 2009, Brighton, UK.
Tracy, F. and Jordan, K. ‘Using liminality to your advantage: our role as mediator between educational researchers and other domain-specific academics in higher education’. Poster presented at BERA conference, September 2007, at the Institute of Education, University of London.
Tracy, F., Jordan, K. and Johnstone, K. ‘Photoprotection: A Threshold Concept in Plant Sciences.’ Poster created for Technology Enhanced Learning Project Seminar Series A: Threshold Concepts in the Disciplines, CARET, 12th December 2006.
Johnstone, K., Tracy, F., Jordan, K., Carmichael, P., Irvine, N., Burchmore, H., Fox, A., and Truscott, H. ‘Plant Sciences Pedagogy Project.’ Poster presented at Cambridge-MIT Institute reception event, University of Cambridge, 23rd November 2006.