Czerniewicz, L; Cox, G; Hodgkinson-Williams, C; Willmers, M (2015, in press) Open Education at the University of Cape Town, in Bonk, C; Lee, M; Reeves, T and Reynolds T (Eds), MOOCs and Open Education around the World, Routledge
Czerniewicz, L & Goodier, S (2014) Open Access in South Africa: a Case Study, in South African Journal of Science, Academy of Science, Volume 110, Issue 9-10, pp 97-105,
Czerniewicz, L; Deacon, A; Small, J; Walji, S (2014) Developing World MOOCs: a curriculum view of the MOOC landscape, in Sharma, S and Murphy, M (Eds) Special Issue of Journal of Global Literacies, Technology, and Emerging Pedagogies, Michigan State University pp 122- 139
Czerniewicz, L and Brown, C (2014) The Technological Practices of Rural Students in South African Journal of Education, 34: (1): 1-14, Education Association of South Africa
Bonaccorso, E, Bozhankova, R, Cadena, CD, Čapská, V, Czerniewicz, L, Emmett, A, Oludayo, FF, Glukhova, N, Greenberg, ML, Hladnik, M, Grillet, ME, Indrawan, M, Kapović, M, Kleiner, Y, Łaziński, M, Loyola, RD, Menon, S, Morales, LG, Ocampo, C, Pérez-Emán, J, Townsend Peterson, A, Poposki, D, Rasheed, AA, Rodríguez-Clark, KM, Rodríguez, JP, Rosenblum, B, Sánchez-Cordero, V, Smolík, F, Snoj, M, Szilágyi, I, Torres, O, Tykarski, P. (2014). Bottlenecks in the Open-Access System: Voices from Around the Globe (2014) Journal of Librarianship and Scholarly Communication 2(2):eP1126 Pacific University Library
Czerniewicz, L; Kell, C; Willmers, M & King, T (p2014) Changing Research Communication Practices and Open Scholarship, Scholarly Communication in Africa (SCAP) Working Papers Series Number 4
Brown, C and Czerniewicz, L (2014) Students’ representation of the role of technology in their academic and social communication networks, in Archer, A and Newfield, D (Eds) Multimodal Approaches to Research and Pedagogy: Recognition, Resources, and Access, Routledge
Czerniewicz, L and Kell, C; (2014) A framework for analysing research types and practices, in de Laat, M, McConnell, D, Ryberg, T & Jones, C (Editors) Proceedings of the Ninth International Conference on Networked Learning 2014 , Edinburgh, April 2014
de Waard, I; Gallagher, M; Zelezny-Green, M; Czerniewicz, L; Downes, S; Kukulska-Hulme A; Willems J (2014) Challenges for conceptualising EU MOOCs for vulnerable learner groups, in Cress, U and Kloos, C (Eds) Proceedings of The European MOOC Stakeholder Summit 2014 eLearning Papers, European Commission
Czerniewicz, L & Wiens, K (2013) African Research Visibility Online: The Poverty Alleviation Case, in African Journal of Information and Communication, 13: 1-11, University of Witwatersrand
Hodgkinson-Williams, C; Paskevicious, M; Cox, G; Shaikh, S; Leep-Pan, S and Czerniewicz, L (2013) 365 Days of Openness of OERs at the University of Cape Town, in McGreal, R; Kinuthia, W; Marshall, S; and McNamara T (Eds) Perspectives on Open and Distance Learning Open Educational Resources: Innovation, Research and Practice, UNESCO, Athabasca University Press and Commonwealth of Learning
Czerniewicz, L (2013) Power and Politics in the Changing Scholarship Landscape, Proceedings of the 13th Annual Conference of the Association of Academic and Technological University Libraries, Purdue University pp1-11
Noakes, T; Czerniewicz, L and Brown, C (2013,) Students as Creative Producers, in Ivala, E (Ed) Proceedings of Eighth International Conference of Elearning (ICEL) Academic Publishing International
Czerniewicz, L (2012) Keynote address “Opening Scholarship: Opportunities and Contestations” at The First Unisa International Open Distance Learning Conference, September 2012, Pretoria
Czerniewicz, L (2012) Educational Technology for Equity, in McCormick, T and Young, J (Eds) Rebooting the Academy, Chronicle of Higher Education, Washington
Czerniewicz, L (2012) Open Scholarship and what it means for African Universities. Keynote at E/merge 2012: Open to Change, Online Conference, 20 July 2012. http://emerge2012.net/ Talk (slides & audio) online.
Czerniewicz, L. (2012) Critical content and communication capabilities: foundational for African education in a digitally-mediated age in: Isaacs, S. and Hollow, D., (eds) The eLearning Africa 2012 Report, ICWE: Germany.
Czerniewicz, L and Brown, C (2012) This is the penultimate version of “Objectified Cultural Capital and the Tale of Two Students” in Lone Dirckinck-Holmfeld L, Hodgson,
V, McConnell D (Eds) Exploring the Theory, Pedagogy and Practice of Networked Learning, Springer
Czerniewicz, L and Brown, C (2012) This is the pre-publication version of “The Habitus of Digital Strangers” in the British Journal of Educational Technology, 2012. The article was first published online: 20 APR 2012, DOI: 10.1111/j.1467-8535.2012.01281.x
Czerniewicz, L (2012) The Changing Scholarly Communication and Content Landscape. Presentation to Cape Higher Education Consortium, May 2012
Czerniewicz, L; Doyle, G; Cox, G; Hodgkinson-Williams, C (2012) From Project to Mainstream in a Constrained Environment, Openness at the University of Cape Town. Presentation at Cambridge 2012: Innovation and Impact – Openly Collaborating to Enhance Education, April 2012
Czerniewicz, L (2012), Open Up and Say “Access for Everyone”, Mail and Guardian, 2 March 2012
Czerniewicz, L (2012) ICTs and Higher Education: Trends, Opportunities and Concerns- An African Perspective, Presentation at ICTs in Education, Johannesburg March 2012
Jones, C and Czerniewicz, L (Editors) (2011) Research in Learning Technology: Special Issue – Theory in Learning Technology. Here is the Word version of the Editorial- Theory and Learning Technology ; the final published (paginated) version is available at Jones, C & Czerniewicz, L 173-177, DOI:10.1080/21567069.2011.632491
Czerniewicz, L & Carr, T (2011) Growing Educational Use of Technology in a Fast Changing Environment. Presented at Conference of Rectors, Vice Chancellors and Presidents of African Universities (COREVIP) from May 30 to June 3, 2011 in Stellenbosch, South Africa.
Czerniewicz, L (2011) ICTs in Education Considerations for African Universities Presentation for Deans and Directors of African Universities, October 2011, Johannesburg
Czerniewicz, L., Gray, E., Donnelly, S., & Noakes, T. (2011). Academic visibility. Presented at the University of Cape Town, October 2011
Czerniewicz, L. & Gray, E. (2011). Demystifying open access. Presented at the University of Cape Town, November 2011
Czerniewicz, L. & Gray, E. (2011). The changing journals landscape. Presented at the University of Cape Town, October 2011
Czerniewicz, L. & Brown, C. (2010). Strengthening and weakening boundaries, Students negotiating technology mediated learning.In Rethinking Learning for a Digital Age – How learners are shaping their own experiences. Edited by Sharpe, R., Beetham, H.& de Freitas, S. Routledge, June 2010. Penultimate version of chapter available here.
Carr, T., Czerniewicz, L. & Brown, C. (2010). Supporting Changing Cultures through emerging practices. In Changing Cultures in Higher Education- Moving Ahead to Future Learning. Edited by Ehlers, U-D.& Schneckenberg, D. Berlin Heidelberg: Springer, 285-298.
Brown, C. & Czerniewicz, L. (2010). Debunking the “digital native”: beyond digital apartheid, towards digital democracy. In Journal of Computer Assisted Learning. Vol. 26, Issue 5, 357–369. Penultimate version of paper available here.
Czerniewicz, L. (2010). Educational technology – mapping the terrain with Bernstein as cartographer. In Journal of Computer Assisted Learning (JCAL) 2010. Vol. 26, Issue 6, 523- 534. Penultimate version of paper available here.
Czerniewicz, L. (2010). ICTs and Higher Education in South Africa – Disruptions and Durability. Keynote presentation at ICTs and Higher Education Conference, Sandton Convention Centre 24-25 March 2010. Prezi version at http://prezi.com/sjvnqpqzz3vd/ict-in-he-conference-march-10/ . See powerpoint version.
Czerniewicz, L. & Brown, C. (2010). Born into the Digital Age in the south of Africa: the reconfiguration of the “digital citizen“. Paper and presentation at Networked Learning Conference 2010, May 2010, Aalborg University, Denmark.
Czerniewicz, L. (2010). The Digital Native in a New Era; Apartheid or Democracy? Keynote Presentation at 5th International Conference on E-learning (ICEL) Penang, Malaysia, July 2010. Prezi version at http://prezi.com/faclvcjiof5c/digital-native-in-a-new-era-apartheid-or-democracy/
C. Jones & L. Czerniewicz. (2010). Describing or debunking? The net generation and digital natives. In Journal of Computer Assisted Learning. Vol. 26, Issue 5, 317–320.
Czerniewicz, L. & Brown, C. (2009). A Virtual Wheel of Fortune? Enablers and Constraints. In Bridging the knowledge divide: Educational technology for development. Edited by Marshall, S. & Kinuthia, W. Information Age Publishing.
Czerniewicz, L. & Brown, C. (2009). Intermediaries and infrastructure as agents: the mediation of elearning policy and use by institutional culture. In Transforming higher education through technology-enhanced learning. Mayes, T., Morrison,D., Mellar,H., Bullen, P. & Oliver,M. York: The Higher Education Academy.
Czerniewicz, L. & Brown, C. (2009). A study of the relationship between institutional policy, organisational culture and e-learning use in four South African universities. In Computers and Education, 53 (1):121-131.
Czerniewicz, L., Williams, K., & Brown, C. (2009). Students make a plan: understanding student agency in constraining conditions. In ALT-J Research in Learning Technology, 17 (2).
Brown, C. & Czerniewicz, L. (2009). Making sense of Gender and ICTs in Education: Theoretical Explanations for complex findings. Conference proceeding of the 4th International Conference on e-Learning (ICEL),16-17 July 2009. Toronto, Canada.
Czerniewicz, L. and Carr, A.M. (2009). e/merge: Peer learning online from developing contexts. Conference proceedings of the 6th International Seminar of the UNESCO Chair in e-Learning: Open Social Learning, November 30 – December 1 2009. Barcelona.
Czerniewicz, L. (2009). Scholarly Communication: ICT-enabled opportunities for academics DFID Seminar.14 September 2009. Stellenbosch.
Czerniewicz, L. (2009). Digital inclusion and exclusion: towards elearning for all. Presented at the Elearning Update, 3 September 2009. Cape Peninsula University of Technology.
Brown, C. & Czerniewicz, L. (2009). A study of the relationship between institutional policy, organisational culture and elearning use in four South African universities. Presented at Computers and Learning, 23-25 March 2009.Brighton.
Brown, C. & Czerniewicz, L. (2009). The mobile net generation: beyond digital apartheid. Presented at The Net Generation Symposium, 11 May 2009. Open University, Milton Keynes.
Czerniewicz, L & Brown, C. (2009). Blurring and reconstituting boundaries: ICT-mediated learning in a developing country context. Presented at the 3rd WLE Mobile Learning Symposium,27 March 2009. London School of Education.
Czerniewicz, L. (2009). Cell phones and Higher Education: increasing access for all? Presented at the Sakai Conference , 8-10 July 2009. Boston, Massachusetts, USA.
Czerniewicz , L. (2008). Distinguishing the Field of Educational Technology. In Electronic Journal of Elearning. Edited by Williams, S. & Czerniewicz, L., 6 (3): 171-178, October 2008.
Brown, C., Czerniewicz, L. & Pedersen, J. (2008.) Doing It For Themselves. How South African university students learn to use computers for their studies. Conference proceedings of the 10th Annual conference on World Wide Web Applications, 3-5 September, Cape Town. Edited by van Brakel,P.A. Cape Town: Cape Peninsula University of Technology.
Czerniewicz, L., Williams, K. & Brown, C. (2008). Students make a plan: understanding student agency in constraining conditions. Conference proceedings of the ALT-C 2008: Rethinking the digital divide. Edited by Whitton, N. & McPherson, M.Leeds. UK, 9-11 September. 27-38.
Czerniewicz, L. (2008). Fish or Fowl. What is this Creature Called Educational Technology? Conference proceedings of the Third International Conference on Elearning, Cape Town, South Africa. Edited by Remenyi, D.103-112.
Czerniewicz, L., Ravjee, N. and Mlitwa, N. (2007). Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) and South African higher education: Understanding/s (of) the landscape. InReview of Higher Education in South Africa: Selected Themes. Edited by Auf der Heyde,T. et al. Pretoria: The Council of Higher Education, pp. 53-76.
Brown, C. & Czerniewicz, L. (2007). If we build it will they come? Investigating the relationship between students’ access to and use of ICTs for learning. In South African Journal of Higher Education, 21(6): 730-745.
Carr, A.M. and Czerniewicz, L. (2007). Editorial: Emergent research from Southern Africa. In International Journal of Education and Development using Information and Communication Technology (IJEDICT), 3(4): 2-6.
Jaffer, S., Ng’ambi, D. & Czerniewicz, L. (2007). The role of ICTs in higher education in South Africa: One strategy for addressing teaching and learning challenges. In International Journal of Education and Development Using Information and Communication Technology (IJEDICT), 3(4): 131-142.
Czerniewicz, L. & Brown, C. (2007). Disciplinary differences in the use of educational technology. Conference proceedings of the Second International Conference on E-learning, 28-29 June 2007, New York, USA. Edited by Remenyi ,D. UK: Academic Conferences Limited. ISBN 978-1-905305-47 6. [Published on CD-ROM].
Hodgkinson-Williams, C and Czerniewicz, L (2007). Educational Technologists in Higher Education Institutions in South Africa, Moving beyond random acts of progress. Presented at Research Based Elearning, Hogsback.
Czerniewicz , L. & Brown, C. (2006). The Virtual Möbius Strip: Access to and use of Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) in higher education in the Western Cape. Cape Town: Centre for Educational Technology.
Czerniewicz, L.,Ravjee, N., & Mlitwa, N. (2006). Higher Education Monitor: ICTs and the South African Higher Education Landscape Council for higher Education. Pretoria: The council on higher education.
Czerniewicz, L. & Brown, C. (2006). Gendered access to and uses of information and communication technologies (ICTs) in South Africa: Higher education experiences in the Western Cape. Conference proceedings of the EdMedia 2006 World conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia and Telecommunications.Orlando, Florida, 31-38. ISBN 1-880094-59-2.
Jaffer, S., Ng’ambi, D. & Czerniewicz, L. (2006). The role of ICTs in higher education in South Africa: One strategy for addressing teaching and learning challenges. Conference proceedings of Emerge Online Conference: Learning Landscapes in Southern Africa, 10-21 July. [Online] http://emerge2006.net/connect/site/UploadWSC/emerge2006/file6/sjaffer_ngambi_czerniewicz%20ermerge2006%2030jun06.pdf. ISBN 0-620-36467-X.
Cox, G., Czerniewicz, L. & Carr, A.M. (2006). A Multifaceted Staff Development Approach to Integrating Technology into University Courses. Conference proceedings of eLearning Africa 2006. Addis Ababa.
Czerniewicz, L. & Brown, C. (2005). Access to ICT for teaching and learning: From single artefact to inter-related resources. In International Journal of Education and Development Using Information and Communication Technologies, 1(2): 42-56.
Czerniewicz, L. & Brown, C. (2005). The uses of information and communication technology (ICT) in teaching and learning in South African higher education practices in the Western Cape. In Perspectives in Education, 23(4): 1-18.
Czerniewicz, L. & Carr, A.M. (2005). Growing communities of practice among educational technology researchers and practitioners in development-oriented contexts: Linking local and global debates. In International Journal of Education and Development Using Information and Communication Technologies, 1(2): 3-24.
Czerniewicz, L. & Hodgkinson-Williams, C. (2005). Editorial: Education in South Africa – what have ICTs got to do with it? In Perspectives in Education, 23(4): vii-xiv.
Brown, C. & Czerniewicz, L. (2005). Access to computers: Factors hindering and encouraging use of computers for teaching and learning in five regional higher education institutions in South Africa. Conference proceedings of the World Conference on E-Learning, E-Learn 2004, 1-5 November 2004. Washington, DC, USA, 1800-1805.
Carr, A.M., Brown, C., Cox, G., Czerniewicz, L., Deacon, A. & Morrison, A. (2005). Communities of practice in staff development: Learning to teach with technology. Conference proceedings of the 7th Annual Conference on World Wide Web applications, 29-31 August 2005. Cape Town, South Africa.
Cox, G., Carr, A.M. & Czerniewicz, L. (2005). Staff development workshops for humanities educators: Teaching with technology. Conference proceedings of the 8th IFIP World Conference on Computers in Education (WCCE), 4-7 July 2005. Stellenbosch, South Africa, ISBN 1-920-01711-9
Czerniewicz, L. (2004).Cape of Storms or Cape of Good Hope? Educational technology in a changing environment. In British Journal of Educational Technology, 35(2): 145-158.
Czerniewicz, L. & Ngambi, D. (2004). Students use of computers in UCT’s ‘walk-in’ laboratories. In British Journal of Educational Technology, 35(2): 241-246.