Authored books

Murphy, E. & Rodriguez-Manzanares, M. (2014). Activity Theory perspectives on technology in higher education. Hershey, Pennsylvania: IGI Global.

Murphy, E. (2008).An Imperfect Librarian. Newfoundland: Breakwater Books.

  Refereed Papers

Phanphech, P.,Tanitteerapan,T. & Murphy, E. (2019 forthcoming).Explaining and enacting for conceptual understanding. Issues in Educational Research,

Sunthonkanokpong, W. & Murphy, E.(2019-forthcoming). Sustainability awareness, attitudes and actions: A survey of pre-service teachers. Issues in Educational Research.

Terdbaramee,D., Suksakulchai,S. & Murphy, E. (2018). Pre-service high-school computer teachers: A study of relationships between complex variables.Australian Educational Computing, 33 (1).

Kodkanon, K., Pinit, P. & Murphy, E. (2018). High-school teachers experiences of interdisciplinary team teaching. Issues in Educational Research, 28(4), 967- 989.

Sriutai,M., Boonluea,S., Neanchaleay, J. & Murphy, E. (2018). Using pictorial maps to scaffold problem solving in primary-grade arithmetic, International Journal of Innovation in Science and Mathematics Education, 26(5), 57-73.

Sangkawetai, C., Neanchaleay, J., Koul, R. & Murphy,E. (2018). Predictors of K-12 teachers' instructional strategies with ICTs. Technology, Knowledge and Learning. doi:10.1007/s10758-018-9373-0

Srisupawong,Y., Koul, R., Neanchaleay, J., Murphy,E. & Francois, E.J. (2018). The relationship between sources of self-efficacy in classroom environments and the strength of computer self-efficacy beliefs. Education and Information Technologies. doi:10.1007/s10639-017-9630-1

Chanpet, P., Chomsuwan, K. & Murphy, E. (2018). Online project-based learning and formative assessment. Technology, Knowledge and Learning. doi:10.1007/s10758-018-9363-2 Available from https://rdcu.be/MCNE.

Mikum, S., Suksakulchai, S. Chaisanit, S. & Murphy, E. (2018). Students' participation in peer-to-peer communication supported by social media. Education and Information Technologies, 23(2), 681-703. doi/10.1007/s10639-017-9628-8

Goodnough, K. & Murphy, E. (2017). An analysis of the professional learning of science teachers using the metaphor of learning by expanding. Issues in Educational Research, 27(1), 64-81.

Goodnough, K. & Murphy, E. (2017).The professional learning of grade six teachers of mathematics implementing the flipped classroom approach. Canadian Journal of Learning and Technology, 43 (1), 1-20.

Goodnough, K., Falkenberg, T., MacDonald, R. & Murphy, E.(2017). Making sense of divides and disconnects in preservice teacher education. In Education, 23(1), 109-129.

Intarat, S., Chanchalor, S. & Murphy, E. (2017). ICTs for non-formal education in rural Thailand. Australasian Journal of Educational Technology, 33(4),107-121. https://doi.org/10.14742/ajet.3165

Techaraungrong, P., Suksakulchai, S., Kaewprapan, W., & Murphy, E. (2017). The design and testing of multimedia for teaching arithmetic to deaf learners. Education and Information Technologies,22(1) 215-237. doi:10.1007/s10639- 015-9441-1

Iaosanurak,C. Chanchalor, S. & Murphy, E. (2016). Social and emotional learning around technology in a cross-cultural, elementary classroom. Education and Information Technologies, 21(6), 1639-1662.doi:10.1007/s10639-015-9406-4

Suvannatsiri,R., Santichaianant, K. & Murphy, E. (2015). Learning by teaching: Undergraduate engineering students improving a community's response capability to an early warning system. European Journal of Engineering Education. 40(1),95-113. doi:10.1080/03043797.2014.928671

Jeekratok, K., Chanchalor, S. & Murphy, E. (2014). Open, online social stories and games for children with Autism. International Journal of Web based Learning and Teaching Technologies, 10(4),35-50.

Chunngam, B., Chanchalor, S., & Murphy, E. (2014). Membership, participation and knowledge building in virtual communities for informal learning. British Journal of Educational Technology,45 (5), 863-879. doi:10.1111/bjet.12114

Joy, R. & Murphy, E. (2012).The inclusion of children with special educational needs in an intensive second-language program: From theory to practice. Canadian Journal of Education/Revue Canadienne de l'Education,35(1),102-119.

Murphy, E. & Rodriguez-Manzanares, M. (2012). Rapport in distance education. International Review of Research in Open and Distance Learning, 13(1), 167-190.

Murphy, E., Rodriguez-Manzanares, M. & Barbour, M. (2011). Asynchronous and synchronous online teaching: Perspectives of Canadian high school distance education teachers.British Journal of Educational Technology, 42(4).

Murphy, E. (2010). Online synchronous communication in the second-language classroom. Canadian Journal of Learning and Technology, 35(3).

Rodriguez-Manzanares, M. & Murphy, E. (2010). The language learning beliefs of self-identified successful learners of Spanish as a foreign language. Canadian and International Education Journal , 39(2), 75-89.

Murphy, E. & Rodriguez-Manzanares, M.(2009). Learner-centredness in high-school distance learning: Teachers' perspectives and research-validated principles. Australasian Journal of Educational Technology,25(5), 597-610.

Murphy, E. & Rodriguez-Manzanares, M.(2009). Teachers' perspectives on motivation in high-school distance education. Journal of Distance Education,23(3),1-24.

Penny, L. & Murphy, E. (2009). Rubrics for evaluating online discussions. British Journal of Educational Technology,40(5),804-820.

Murphy, E. & Rodriguez-Manzanares, M. (2009). Sage without a stage: A cultural historical activity theory perspective on E-teaching in web-based, high-school classrooms. International Review of Research in Open and Distance Learning, 10 (3).

Murphy, E., (2008). A framework for identifying and promoting metacognitive knowledge and control in online discussants. Canadian Journal of Learning and Technology, 34(2).

Murphy, E. & Rodriguez-Manzanares, M. (2008).High-school teachers' beliefs about learner-centered teaching with technology. E-Learning, 5(4).

Francis, D. & Murphy, E.(2008). Instructional designers' conceptualizations of learning objects. Australasian Journal of Educational Technology,24(5),475-486.

Murphy, E. & Rodriguez-Manzanares, M.(2008). Using activity theory and its principle of contradictions to guide research in educational technology. Australasian Journal of Educational Technology, 24(4),442-447.

Leslie, P. & Murphy,E. (2008). Post-secondary students'purposes for blogging. The International Review of Research in Open and Distance Learning, 9(3).

Murphy,E. & Rodriguez-Manzanares, M. (2008). Instant messaging in a context of virtual schooling: Balancing the affordances and challenges Educational Media International, 45(1),47-58.

Murphy, E. & Rodriguez-Manzanares, M. (2008). Contradictions between the virtual and physical high-school classroom: A third generation Activity Theory perspective.British Journal of Educational Technology, 39 (6), 1061-1072.

Murphy,E. & Rodriguez-Manzanares, M. (2008). Revisiting Transactional Distance Theory in a context of web-based high-school distance education. Journal of Distance Education, 22(2),1-14. Winner of the Editor's Award for JDE's Best Research Article of 2008.

Zheng, Z. & Murphy, E. (2007). Tensions in the language learning beliefs and experiences of Chinese, English as a foreign language teachers. TESL-EJ, 10(4),1-19.

Nippard, N. & Murphy, E. (2007). Social presence in the web-based synchronous secondary classroom. Canadian Journal of Learning and Technology,33(1).

Murphy, E., Ciszewska-Carr, J. (2007). Instructors' experiences of web-based synchronous communication using two-way audio and direct messaging. Australasian Journal of Educational Technology, 23(1), 68-86.

Murphy, E., Ciszewska-Carr, J. & Rodriguez, M. (2006). Methodological issues in the content analysis of online discussions. The Journal of the Research Center for Educational Technology,2(2), 1-14.

Murphy, E., & Ciszewska-Carr, J. (2006). Landscape without bearings: Instructors' first experiences in web-based synchronous environments. First Monday,11(3).

Perkins, C. & Murphy, E. (2006). Identifying and measuring individual engagement in critical thinking in online discussions. Educational Technology & Society,9(1),298-307.Citations

Burke, L. & Murphy, E. (2006). Female students' experiences of computer technology in single versus mixed gender school settings. E-Journal of Instructional Science and Technology (e-JIST),9(1).

Murphy, E. & Rodriguez-Manzanares, M. (2006). Profiling individual discussants' behaviours in online asynchronous discussions Canadian Journal of Learning and Technology, 32(2), 59-77.

Murphy, E. & Ciszewska-Carr, J.(2005). Contrasting syntactic and semantic units in the analysis of online discussions.Australasian Journal of Educational Technology,21(4), 546-566.Citations

Murphy, E. (2005). Issues in the adoption of broadband-enabled learning. British Journal of Educational Technology,36(3),525-536. Citations

Murphy, E. & Rodriguez-Manzanares, M. (2005). Reading between the lines: Understanding the role of latent content in the analysis of transcripts of online asynchronous discussions. International Journal of Instructional Technology and Distance Learning, 2(6).

Powell, T. & Murphy, E. (2005). The experiences of instructional designers of web-based learning at the post-secondary level. Electronic Journal of Instructional Science and Technology, 8(1).

Murphy, E. & Ciszewska-Carr, J. (2005). Identifying sources of difference in reliability in content analysis of online asynchronous discussions International Review of Research in Open and Distance Learning,6(2).Citations

Murphy, E. & Laferriere, T. (2005). Identifying and facilitating group-development Processes in Virtual Communities of Teacher-Learners. International Journal of Instructional Technology and Distance Learning,2(4).

Murphy, E. & Jerome, T. (2005). Assessing students' contributions to online asynchronous discussions in university-level courses. The e-Journal of Instructional Science and Technology (e-JIST),8(1).

Murphy, E. & Loveless, J. (2005). Students' self analysis of contributions to online asynchronous discussions. Australasian Journal of Educational Technology, 21(2), 155-172. Citations

Murphy, E. (2004). Promoting construct validity in instruments for the analysis of transcripts of online asynchronous discussions. Educational Media International,41(4),346-354.Citations

Murphy, E. (2004). An instrument to support thinking critically about critical thinking in online asynchronous discussions. Australasian Journal of Educational Technology,20(3),295-316.Citations

Murphy, E. (2004). Moving from theory to practice in the design of web-based learning using a learning object approach. e-Journal of Instructional Science and Technology, 7(1). Citations

Murphy, E. (2004). Recognizing and promoting collaboration in online asynchronous discussions. British Journal of Educational Technology,35(4), 421-431. Citations

Murphy, E. (2004). Identifying and measuring problem formulation and resolution in online asynchronous discussions. Canadian Journal of Learning and Technology,30 (1), 5-20. This paper received CJLT Editor's Award for the journal's most outstanding paper of the year.Citations

Murphy, E. & Coleman, E.(2004). Graduate students' experiences of challenges related to participation in online asynchronous discussions. Canadian Journal of Learning and Technology,30(2),29-46.Citations

Murphy, E. & Coffin, G. (2003). Synchronous communication in a web-based senior-high school course: Maximizing affordances and minimizing constraints of the tools. American Journal of Distance Education,17(4),235-246.Citations

Murphy, E. (2003). Moving from theory to practice in the design of web-based learning from the perspective of Constructivism. The Journal of Interactive Online Learning, 1(4).Citations

Murphy, E. & Laferriere, T. (2003). Virtual communities for professional development: Helping teachers map the territory in landscapes without bearings. Alberta Journal of Educational Research,49 (1), 71-83.

Murphy, E. (2002). New tools in an old trade: Teachers talk about use of the Internet in the teaching of French as a second or foreign language. Canadian Modern Language Review,59(2), 215-235.Citations

Murphy, E. (2001). Investigating the multiple worlds of teaching through multiloguing. Educational Technology & Society,4(3).

Murphy, E. & Netten, J. (1993). Challenges for French first-language education in a minority setting. Journal of the Canadian Association of Applied Linguistics,15(2), 85-95.


  Book chapters & conference proceedings

Sunthonkanokpong, W., Murphy, E. & Tuntrakool, S. (2017). A Model of Engineering Education for Innovation. Paper presented at the 2017 7th World Engineering Education Forum (WEEF), Kuala Lumpur, Malasia. IEEE Xplore digital Library. pp. 33-42. doi:10.1109/WEEF.2017.8467098

Murphy, E. & Rodriguez-Manzanares, M. (2009). Research on the E-teacher in the K-12 distance education classroom. The Encyclopedia of Distance and Online Learning (2nd Edition).

Haughey,M., Murphy,E. & Muirhead, B. (2008). Open schooling. In T. Evans, M. Haughey & D. Murphy (Eds),International Handbook of Distance Education (pp.147-165).Oxford Uk: Elsevier Inc.

Murphy, E. & Rodriguez-Manzanares, M. (2007). Deviations from the script: An Activity Theory perspective on the practice of the e-teacher in the virtual high-school classroom. The 10th IASTED International Conference on Computers and Advanced Technology in Education.

Murphy, E. & Laferriere, T., (2006). Adopting tools for online synchronous communication: Issues and strategies.In M. Bullen & D. Janes,(Eds.), Making the transition to E-learning. (pp. 313-334). Hershey, PA:IGI Global.

Murphy, E., Ciszewska-Carr, J., & Rodriguez, M. (2006, April). Issues in the content analysis of online asynchronous discussions. Proceedings of the 6th International Educational Technology Conference, Famagusta, North Cyprus, 1231-1240.

Murphy, E., Rodriguez, M. A., & Ciszewska-Carr, J. (2006, April). Perspectives on virtual schooling in a Canadian context. Proceedings of the 6th International Educational Technology Conference, Famagusta, North Cyprus, 1241-1247.

Laferriere, T., Murphy, E., Campos, M. (2005). Effective practices in online collaborative learning in campus-based courses. In Ed Media: World conference on Educational Multimedia,Hypermedia and Telecommunications: Conference proceedings

Murphy,E. (2003). Learning supported by broadband in a Canadian context: Benefits and Challenges. In A. M. Vilas, J.A. Gonzalez & J.M. Gonzalez,(Eds.) Advances in Technology-Based Education: Towards a Knowledge-Based Society. Junta De Extremadura, Consejeria de Educacion, Ciencia y Tecnologia, Vol.1, 273-277.

Murphy, E. & Laferriere, T. (2002). Classroom management in the connected classroom: New problems and new possibilities. In B. Barrell (Ed.) Technology, teaching and learning: Issues in the integration of technology.(pp. 305-324). Calgary, AB: Detselig Enterprises Ltd.

  Papers in non-refereed journals

Power, S. & Murphy, E. (2005). Teaching French through music in the French-immersion kindergarten classroom. The Morning Watch: Educational and Social Analysis, 32(3-4). Memorial University of Newfoundland.

Furey, D. & Murphy, E. (2005). K-12 virtual schools and schooling. The Morning Watch: Educational and Social Analysis, 32(3-4). Memorial University of Newfoundland.

Power, R. & Murphy, E. (2003). Broadband in teaching and learning in Newfoundland and Labrador. The Morning Watch: Educational and Social Analysis, 31(1-2). Memorial University of Newfoundland.

Murphy, E. (2002). Constructivism: From personal beliefs to theoretical principles. The Morning Watch: Educational and Social Analysis, 30(1). Memorial University of Newfoundland.

O'Leary, K. & Murphy, E. (2002). Digital video in distance education at Memorial University: Choosing a format from among the alternatives. The Morning Watch: Educational and Social Analysis, 30(1). Memorial University of Newfoundland.

Murphy.E. (2001). A review of the use of technology in second-language learning. Journal of Immersion Ontario: Canadian Association of Immersion Teachers, 23(2), 10-15.

Murphy, E. (2001). The relationship of starting time and cumulative time to second-language acquisition and proficiency. The Morning Watch: Educational and Social Analysis, 28(3-4). Memorial University of Newfoundland. (WRITTEN ORIGINALLY IN 1992)

Murphy, E. (2000). Technology-based learning environments as trojan horses. The Morning Watch: Educational and Social Analysis, 28(1-2). Memorial University of Newfoundland.

Murphy, E. & Netten, J. (1993). The evolution of French first-language education in Newfoundland and Labrador. The Morning Watch,21 (1-2), 1-9.

Murphy, E. & Netten, J. (1993, Fall). Challenges and changes in French immersion. Prism, 2, (2), 13-15.


  Reports

Murphy, E. (2003). Provincial report of the Telesat Multimedia Satellite Trials for schools: Newfoundland schools. NL: Memorial University of Newfoundland. Prepared for The Canadian Education Association.

Laferriere, T. Murphy,E., Wideman, H. (2003). The Telesat/SchoolNet Multimedia Satellite Trials Project: An action-research evaluation: Final Report. Prepared for The Canadian Education Association. 109 pp.

Murphy, E. (2003). Capacity, Community, Curriculum: Report of the first formative evaluation of the MusicGrid project. NL: Memorial University of Newfoundland. Prepared for Canarie Inc. 43 pp.

Murphy, E. (2003). Report of the second quarter formative evaluation of the MusicGrid project. NL: Memorial University of Newfoundland. Prepared for Canarie Inc. 20 pp.

Murphy, E. (2003). Report of the third quarter formative evaluation of the MusicGrid project. NL: Memorial University of Newfoundland. Prepared for Canarie Inc. 17 pp.

Murphy, E. (2004). Report of the fourth quarter formative evaluation of the MusicGrid project. NL: Memorial University of Newfoundland. Prepared for Canarie Inc. 37 pp.

Murphy, E. (2004). Final Summative Evaluation Report of the MusicGrid project. NL: Memorial University of Newfoundland. Prepared for Canarie Inc. 145 pp.

Murphy, E. (2003). Record of Activities: Learning Objects Pilot. NL: Memorial University of Newfoundland. Prepared for Industry Canada. 40 pp.


  Unpublished dissertations

Murphy, E. (2000). Strangers in a strange land: Teachers' beliefs about teaching and learning French as a second or foreign language in online learning environments. Doctoral dissertation. Quebec: Universite Laval.

Murphy, E. (1992). An ethnographic study of problems related to the principalship of a combined French immersion and French minority-language kindergarten to grade five school Masters of Education dissertation. Newfoundland: Memorial University of Newfoundland.

Murphy, E. (1985). La traduction orale et la traduction Écrite de la première partie de contes pour buveurs attardés de Michel Tremblay. Master of Arts dissertation. Québec: Université Laval.


  Newspaper columns

Murphy, E. (January, 2001). Honey I shrunk the music. St. John's, Newfoundland: The Express newspaper.

Murphy, E. (February, 2001). Email from friends may not be so friendly. St. John's, Newfoundland: The Express newspaper.

Murphy, E. (March, 2001). Napster is dead: Long live Napster. St. John's, Newfoundland: The Express newspaper.

Murphy, E. (April, 2001).Life in the fast lane or the world wide wait? St. John's, Newfoundland: The Express newspaper.

Murphy, E. (May, 2001). Marconi and the world wide wireless web. St. John's, Newfoundland: The Express newspaper.

Murphy, E. (June, 2001). E-sneezing and 'word of mouse'. St. John's, Newfoundland: The Express newspaper.

Murphy, E. (July, 2001). Coping with your computer's delinquent behaviour. St. John's, Newfoundland: The Express newspaper.

Murphy, E. (August, 2001). Browsing around. St. John's, Newfoundland: The Express newspaper.

Murphy, E. (September, 2001). You've probably got mail. St. John's, Newfoundland: The Express newspaper.

Murphy, E. (October, 2001). It's easy to be a Duke of URL. St. John's, Newfoundland: The Express newspaper .

Murphy, E. (November, 2001). All I want for Christmas is a computer. St. John's, Newfoundland: The Express newspaper.

Murphy, E. (December, 2001). New Year's resolutions for computer users. St. John's, Newfoundland: The Express newspaper.


  Papers written for practitioners

Murphy, E. (1998). Technology in Newfoundland French classes. Voyons: Modern Languages' Council Bulletin.

Murphy, E. (1997). Je change, donc je suis: New teaching methodologies for the digital age. Journal of Immersion Teachers, 18(2), 37-40.

Murphy, E. (1996). Cross-Canada conferencing. Journal of Immersion Teachers, 19(3), 25-26.

Murphy, E. (1995). Stemnet en Français. Voyons: Modern Languages Council Bulletin.

Murphy, E. (1995). E-Mail Math. Teaching mathematics: NLTA Mathematics' Council Newsletter, 22 (2),5-6.

Murphy, E. (1995). Towards the global classroom: The French immersion teacher's guide to the Internet. Journal of Immersion Teachers, 18(2), 37-40.

  Recreational writing

Murphy, E. (1991, January 13). Modern explorers peer into eyes of men on Franklin expedition: Book Review: The Sunday Express.

Murphy, E. (1990). The Institute for Marine Dynamics: A world class establishment. Lifestyle, 8.

Murphy, E. (1989, December). The Children's Centre: 20 Years of memories. Lifestyle.

Murphy, E. (1982). Building in wood: St. John's architecture. The Livyere: Winter/Spring.

  Web sites

Learner centered teaching with technology: The nature and context of learning
Vol 1, Part 1

Vol 1, Part 2

Learner centered teaching with technology: Motivation
Vol 2, Part 1

Vol 2, Part 2

K-12 distance education: A bibliography

This is a wiki on learner-centered e-teaching

The perils of the teacher-centered classroom: a video

Virtual schooling in Canada:A digital portal This is a first draft of a portal or guide to virtual schooling in Canada.

Learner-centered e-teaching video

Perturbations and possibilites in the virtual classroom (video) This is a video I created to disseminate findings of a research project to a non-academic audience.

Learner-centered e-teaching blog

Knowledge mobilization video

Knowledge mobilization and revelation

Effectiveness of distance education: A bibliography

Learner-centered e-teaching portal

Readings in technology and education.
A site containing assignments I did in 1996 for a course at the beginning of my doctorate.

Online asynchronous discussions: A bibliography
This bibliography keeps getting longer and longer! It's a useful resource for instructors, students or researchers interested in web-based discussions.

Foxscape
Foxscape is an multimedia poem about a fox who lives at the edge of the world in Cape Spear,Newfoundland,Canada.

Brave new worlds 
Looks at the emerging technologies of adaptive hypertext & Hypermedia as well as VRML & how they might be used for learning. 

The St. John's mermaid
This site presents images and music related to the story of the mermaid who lived in St. John's Harbour (before it became so polluted). The images are digitized versions of Helen Gregory's waterfront mural used with her permission. The music is an adaptation of a piece by Thomas Morley.

To everything there is a season
Here is some information about life in Branch, St. Mary's Bay in pre-confederation Newfoundland. The information comes mainly from Sister Bernadette O'Rourke my maternal grandmother's sister and from my mother Maisie. (Thanks to John Holwell for image.)

Constructivism: From Philosophy to practice 
Explains why questions like: What is knowledge? What is reality? are important for educators. 
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