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Nichols, Sue, Rowsell, Jennifer, Nixon, Helen, & Rainbird, Sophia (2012) Resourcing Early Learners : New Networks, New Actors. Routledge Research in Education. Routledge, New York & London.
Comber, Barbara, Nixon, Helen, & Reid, Jo-Anne (2007) Literacies in place : teaching environmental communications. Primary English Teaching Association, Australia.
Doecke, Brenton, Homer, David, & Nixon, Helen (2003) English Teachers at Work : Narratives, Counter Narratives and Argument. Australian Association for the Teaching of English/Wakefield Press, Adelaide, South Australia.
Nichols, Susan & Nixon, Helen (2013) Space, place and early childhood literacy. In Larson, Joanne & Marsh, Jackie (Eds.) Handbook of Early Childhood Literacy (2nd Ed). SAGE Publications, London, pp. 279-294.
Nixon, Helen & Kerin, Rosie (2012) The 3D model of l(IT)eracy and the English curriculum. In Green, Bill & Beavis, Catherine (Eds.) Literacy in 3D: An integrated perspective in theory and practice. ACER Press, Camberwell, VIC, pp. 62-75.
Nixon, Helen & Hateley, Erica (2012) Books, toys and tablets : playing and learning in the age of digital media. In Hall, K., Cremin, T., Comber, B., & Moll, L. (Eds.) The Wiley Blackwell International Handbook of Research on Children's Literacy, Learning and Culture. Wiley-Blackwell, Oxford. (In Press)
Comber, Barbara & Nixon, Helen (2012) Collaborative inquiries into literacy, place and identity in changing policy contexts : implications for teacher development. In Day, Christopher (Ed.) The Routledge International Handbook on Teacher and School Development. Psychology Press, Taylor and Francis Group, London.
Nixon, Helen (2012) The construction of parents as learners about pre-school children’s development. In Erstad, Ola & Sefton-Green, Julian (Eds.) Identity, Community and Learning Lives in the Digital Age. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, pp. 28-41.
Nixon, Helen & Comber, Barbara (2011) Redesigning school spaces : creating possibilities for learning. In Sefton-Green, Julian, Thomson, Pat, Bresler, Liora, & Jones, Ken (Eds.) The Routledge International Handbook of Creative Learning. Routledge (Taylor and Francis Group), London, pp. 253-263.
Nixon, Helen & Comber, Barbara (2009) Literacy, landscapes and learning in a primary classroom. In Somerville, M, Power, K, & de Carteret, P (Eds.) Landscapes and learning: Place studies for a global world. Sense Publishers, The Netherlands, pp. 119-138.
Comber, Barbara, Reid, Jo-Anne, & Nixon, Helen (2007) Environmental communications: pedagogies of responsibility and place. In Comber, B, Nixon, H, & Reid, J (Eds.) Literacies in place:Teaching environmental communications. Primary English Teaching Association, Australia, pp. 5-18.
Reid, Jo-Anne, Nixon, Helen, & Comber, Barbara (2007) Teaching for environmental sustainability: Combining critique with hope. In Comber, B, Nixon, H, & Reid, J (Eds.) Literacies in place:Teaching environmental communications. Primary English Teaching Association, Australia, pp. 142-154.
Nixon, Helen, Atkinson, Stephen, & Beavis, Catherine (2006) New media pathways : navigating the links between home, school and the workplace. In Tan Wee Hin, Leo & Subramaniam , R (Eds.) Handbook of Research on Literacy in Technology at the K-12 Level. Idea Group Publishing, Hershey USA, pp. 118-136.
Nixon, Helen & Comber, Barbara (2005) Behind the scenes : making movies in early years classrooms. In Marsh, Jackie (Ed.) Popular culture, new media and digital literacy in early childhood. RoutledgeFalmer, United Kingdom, pp. 219-236.
Comber, Barbara & Nixon, Helen (2005) Children re-read and re-write their neighborhoods : critical literacies and identity work. In Evans, Janet (Ed.) Literacy Moves On : Popular Culture, New Technologies and Critical Literacy in the Elementary Classroom. Heinemann, Portsmouth, NH, pp. 127-148.
Nixon, Helen (2005) Cultural pedagogies about ICTs and education in a globalised cultural economy. In Apple, Michael, Kenway, Jane, & Singh, Michael (Eds.) Globalising education: policies, pedagogies and politics. Peter Lang Publishing Group, New York, pp. 45-60.
Comber, Barbara & Nixon, Helen (2004) Children re-read and re-write their neighbourhoods: critical literacies and identity work. In Evans, J (Ed.) Literacy moves on : using popular culture, new technologies and critical literacy in the primary classroom. David Fulton Publishers, United Kingdom, pp. 115-132.
Comber, Barbara & Nixon, Helen (2013) Urban renewal, migration and memories : the affordances of place-based pedagogies for developing immigrant students’ literate repertoires. REMIE - Multidisciplinary Journal of Educational Research, 3(1), pp. 42-68.
Comber, Barbara & Nixon, Helen (2011) Critical reading comprehension in an era of accountability. Australian Educational Researcher, 38(2), pp. 167-179.
Nixon, Helen (2011) From bricks to clicks : hybrid commercial spaces in the landscape of early literacy and learning. Journal of Early Childhood Literacy, 11(2), pp. 114-140.
Nichols, Sue, Nixon, Helen, & Rowsell, Jennifer (2009) The ‘good’ parent in relation to early childhood literacy : symbolic terrain and lived practice. Literacy, 43(2), pp. 65-74.
Nichols, Sue, Nixon, Helen, Pudney, Val, & Jurvansuu, Sari (2009) Parents resourcing children’s early development and learning. Early Years, 29(2), pp. 147-161.
Sefton-Green, Julian, Nixon, Helen, & Erstad, Ola (2009) Reviewing approaches and perspectives on 'Digital Literacy'. Pedagogies: an international journal, 4(2), pp. 107-125.
Comber, Barbara & Nixon, Helen (2009) Teachers' work and pedagogy in an era of accountability. Discourse : Studies in the Cultural Politics of Education, 30(3), pp. 333-345.
Prosser, Brenton, McCallum, Faye, Milroy, Philippa, Comber, Barbara, & Nixon, Helen (2008) 'I am smart and I am not joking': Aiming high in the middle years of schooling. The Australian Educational Researcher, 35(2), pp. 15-35.
Comber, Barbara & Nixon, Helen (2008) Spatial literacies, design texts and emergent pedagogies in purposeful literacy curriculum. Pedagogies : An International Journal, 3(4), pp. 221-240.
Nixon, Helen (2007) Expanding the semiotic repertoire: Environmental communications in the primary school. Australian Journal of Language and Literacy, 30(2), pp. 102-117.
Comber, Barbara & Nixon, Helen (2006) The differential recognition of children’s cultural practices in middle primary literacy classrooms. Literacy, 40(3), pp. 127-136.
Comber, Barbara, Nixon, Helen, Ashmore, Louise, Loo, Stephen, & Cook, Jackie (2006) Urban renewal from the inside out: Spatial and critical literacies in a low socioeconomic school community. Mind, Culture, and Activity: an international journal, 13(3), pp. 228-246.
Beavis, Catherine, Nixon, Helen, & Atkinson, Stephen (2005) LAN cafes: cafes, places of gathering or sites of informal teaching and learning? Education, Communications and Information (COT: Learning, Media and Technology), 5(1), pp. 41-60.
Atkinson, Stephen & Nixon, Helen (2005) Locating the Subject: Teens online @ ninemsn. Discourse: studies in the cultural politics of education, 26(3), pp. 387-409.
Nixon, Helen (2003) New research literacies for contemporary research into literacy and new media? Reading Research Quarterly, 38(4), pp. 407-413.
Comber, Barbara & Nixon, Helen (2012) Collaborative research into the affordances of place for primary school children’s literacy learning. In Fan, Si, Le, Quynh, Le, Thao, & Yue, Yun (Eds.) Proceedings of International Conference : Innovative Research in a Changing and Challenging World, Phuket, Thailand.
Nixon, Helen, Comber, Barbara, & Kerin, Rosie (2009) Investigating literacy years 4-9 : a pilot. Final report. University of South Australia, Adelaide, South Australia.