Houghton, N. and Reeves, T. (in press) Assessing creativity. Encyclopedia of Educational Innovation.
Reeves, T. (2018) A postdigital perspective on organisations. Postdigital Science and Education. 1(1), 1-17.
Reeves, T. (2018) Learning in adaptive spaces: how customer experience professionals experience learning during technology-mediated interaction, and implications for organisational learning. PhD theses, University of Lancaster.
Reeves, T., Caglayan, E., and Torr, R. (2017) Don’t shoot: Understanding students’ experiences of video‐based learning and assessment in the arts. Video Journal of Education and Pedagogy 2(1).
Reeves, T. & Gomm, P. (2015) Community and Contribution: factors motivating students to participate in extra-curricular online activity and implications for learning. e-Learning and Digital Media Special Issue. view publication
Reeves, T. (2014) Using phenomenography to inform curriculum development in the areas of Digital Curation and Digital Sustainability. Journal of Learning Development in Higher Education. Special Edition: Digital Technologies in Learning Development. view publication
Reeves, T. (2014) Blogging and Interculturality: Investigating the appropriateness of a blog to support a cohort of international students. International Journal of Global Education. Vol. 3 (1), pp.15-24. view publication
Reeves, T. & Gomm, P. (2013) Blogging all over the world: Can blogs increase student engagement by creating a community of practice around a course? in Blessinger, P. & Wankel, C. (eds) Increasing Student Engagement and Retention through Online Learning Activities: Wikis, Blogs and Webquests. Bingley, UK. Emerald Publishing Group. view publication view presentation
Reeves, T. (2011) Engaging Art and Design Students using Institutional Online Learning Spaces. Proceedings of the Designs on e-Learning conference, University of Aalto. view conference proceedings
Reeves, T. (2014) Vampire Slayers: The real experience of tutors in art and design. Paper presented at the Higher Education Academy Heroes and Monsters Conference, Salford Quays, Manchester. view presentation
Reeves, T. & Rowland, P. (2013) What about my Prezi? Evaluating students’ perceptions of online collaboration and group work. Paper presented at the International Perspectives on Technology Enhanced Learning Conference, University of British Columbia (Canada). read abstract view presentation
Reeves, T. & Gomm, P. (2013) Blogging all over the world: Can blogs increase student engagement by creating a community of practice around a course? Paper presented at the HETL Exploring Spaces for Learning Conference, University of Central Florida (USA). view presentation
Reeves, T. & Sutherland, S. (2012) Yammering On: Growing a Constructive Community to Support and Sustain Lifelong Learning. Paper presented at the Designs on e-Learning Conference, University of the Arts London. view paper
Reeves, T., Deville, N. & Karavela, I. (2012) Join The Club: Empowering students and enhancing communication through professional networking. Paper presented at the UCA Learning and Teaching Conference. view presentation
Tannant, M. & Reeves, T. (2011) VLEs and Meeting Student Expectations. Workshop given at the SEDA Using Technology to Enhance Learning Conference, University of Aston Business School. view session plan
Reeves, T. & Gomm, P. (2011) Engaging students in Art and Design using blogs and online communities. Paper presented at the Sixth International Blended Learning Conference, University of Hertfordshire, 2011. view abstract
Reeves, T. & Power, N. (2010) Putting Blackboard at the Heart of the Student Experience. Paper presented at the BB World Conference, Orlando.