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Smith, Hilary, Underwood, Joshua, Fitzpatrick, Geraldine, Luckin, Rose and Fraser Stanton, Danae (2006) Identifying Tools to Support Schools' Collaborative Teaching and Learning. In: E-Science, Second IEEE International Conference on e-Science and Grid Computing. IEEE Computer Society, p140. ISBN 0769527345

Underwood, J, Smith, H, Luckin, R, du Boulay, B, Holmberg, J, Kerawalla, L and Tunley, H (2006) Integrating Data from Multiple Contexts. In: Brinkman, W.P. (ed.) Proceedings of the HCI 2006 workshop on computer-assisted recording, pre-processing and analysis of user interaction data. Lulu, Inc, London, pp. 6-29. ISBN 1-9023-1651-7

Smith, H, Luckin, R, Fitzpatrick, G, Avramides, K and Underwood, J (2005) Technology at work to mediate collaborative scientific enquiry in the field. In: Looi, C., McCalla, G., Bredeweg, B. and Breuker, J. (eds.) Artificial Intelligence in Education - Supporting Learning through Intelligent and Socially Informed Technology. Frontiers in Artificial Intelligence and Applications, 125 . IOS Press, pp. 603-610. ISBN 1-58603-530-4

Tunley, Hilary, du Boulay, Benedict, Luckin, Rosemary, Holmberg, Joe and Underwood, Joshua (2005) Up and down the number line: Modelling collaboration in contrasting school and home environments. In: Ardissimo, Liliana, Brna, Paul and Mitrovic, Antonija (eds.) User Modeling 2005 : 10th international conference, UM 2005, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK, Jul 24-29, 2005 : proceedings. Lecture Notes in Computer Science . Springer-Verlag, Berlin / Heidelberg, pp. 412-416. ISBN 9783540278856

Underwood, J., Smith, H., Luckin, R., du Boulay, B., Holmberg, J., Kerawalla, J. and Tunley, H. (2004) When the NINF came home: guiding parents and children in the co-construction of narratives linking home and school learning. In: Brna, Paul (ed.) NILE 2004: Proceedings ot the 3rd international conference on Narrative and Interactive Learning Environments, Edinburgh, UK. Northumbria University, pp. 101-108.

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