Dr Sue Cranmer

Lecturer

Research Overview

My main interests are in digital technologies, social justice and in/equality. In particular, my work focusses on how inequalities may be manifested and reproduced in everyday uses of digital technologies. Previous projects have included research into digital inclusion, digital pedagogy, inclusive pedagogical design, digital literacy including online safety; and digital innovation.

iTEC: conceptualising, realising and recognising pedagogical and technological innovation in European classrooms
Cranmer, S.J., Lewin, C. 20/03/2017 In: Technology, Pedagogy and Education. 15 p.
Journal article

Proceedings of the Tenth International Conference on Networked Learning 2016: Looking back – moving forward
Cranmer, S.J., Bonderup-Dohn, N., De Laat, M., Ryberg, T., Sime, J. 8/05/2016
Proceedings

Development of the Future Classroom Toolkit
Cranmer, S., Ulicsak, M. 14/09/2015 In: Re-engineering the uptake of ICT in schools. Springer p. 17-39. 23 p.
Chapter (peer-reviewed)

Digital skills and competencies in schools
Cranmer, S. 5/12/2014 In: Key competencies in ICT and informatics. Berlin : Springer Verlag p. 165-177. 13 p.
Chapter (peer-reviewed)

“Laptops are better”: Medical students' perceptions of laptops versus tablets and smartphones to support their learning
Curtis, F., Cranmer, S. 2014 In: Proceedings of the 9th International Conference on Networked Learning 2014. p. 67-75. 9 p.
Paper

Listening to excluded young people's experiences of e-safety and risk
Cranmer, S. 11/01/2013 In: Learning, Media and Technology . 38, 1, p. 72-85. 14 p.
Journal article

What’s stopping us?: barriers to creativity and innovation in schooling across Europe
Cranmer, S., Banaji, S., Perrotta, C. 2013 In: Handbook of research on creativity. Cheltenham : Edward Elgar p. 450-463. 14 p. ISBN: 9780857939807.
Chapter

Console game-based pedagogy: A study of primary and secondary classroom learning through console videogames
Groff, J., Howells, C., Cranmer, S. 04/2012 In: International Journal of Game-Based Learning. 2, 2, p. 35-54. 20 p.
Journal article

Primary Schools and ICT
Selwyn, N., Potter, J., Cranmer, S. 4/03/2010 London : Continuum. 185 p. ISBN: 978-1-85539-578-7.
Book

Listening to excluded young people's perspectives on how digital technologies support and challenge their lives
Cranmer, S. 2010 In: Journal of Social Intervention : Theory and Practice. 19, 4, p. 31-48. 18 p.
Journal article

Primary pupils' use of information and communication technologies at school and home.
Selwyn, N., Potter, J., Cranmer, S. 5/09/2009 In: British Journal of Educational Technology. 40, 5, p. 919-932. 14 p.
Journal article

Exploring primary pupils' experiences and understandings of 'e-safety'
Cranmer, S., Selwyn, N., Potter, J. 06/2009 In: Education and Information Technologies. 14, 2, p. 127-142. 16 p.
Journal article

Employability skills initiatives in higher education: what effects do they have on graduate Labour market outcomes?
Mason, G., Williams, G., Cranmer, S. 28/02/2009 In: Education Economics. 17, 1, p. 1-30. 30 p.
Journal article

A glass half full?: schools and young people's internet use in the UK
Cranmer, S. 2007 In: Yearbook on children, youth and media. Goteborg : Nordicom p. 79-92. 14 p. ISBN: 9789189471511.
Chapter

Children and young people's uses of the internet for homework
Cranmer, S. 09/2006 In: Learning, Media and Technology . 31, 3, p. 301-315. 15 p.
Journal article

Enhancing graduate employability: best intentions and mixed outcomes
Cranmer, S. 04/2006 In: Studies in Higher Education. 31, 2, p. 169-184. 16 p.
Journal article