Peer-reviewed publications

Scott, F. L. and Marsh, J. A. (forthcoming) ‘Digital Literacies in Early Childhood’ in The Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Education, Eds. Noblit, G. W. Noblit, G. W., Adams, N., Beach, D., Hytten, K., Khan, F., Kitamura, Y., Lampert, J., Luke, A., Ka Ho Mok, J., Pink, W.T., Groves Price, P., Sharma, U. and Thomson, P. Oxford University Press, USA.

Scott, F. L. (forthcoming) ‘Troublesome binaries: Play and learning on screen and off’ in The Cambridge Handbook of Play: Developmental and Disciplinary Perspectives, Eds. Smith, P. K. and Roopnarine, J. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK.

Scott, F. L. and Bird, J. (forthcoming) ‘Adults researching preschoolers in more-than-human contexts: rethinking ethnographer roles in the age of the anthropocene’ in Educational Research in the Age of the Anthropocene, Eds. Reyes, V., Nye, A. Charteris, J and Mavropoulou, S. I.G.I. Global, Pennsylvania.

Marsh, J.A., Plowman, L., Yamada-Rice, D., Bishop, J. and Scott, F. (2016). Digital Play: A New Classification. Early Years, 36 (3), 242-253.

Scott, F. L., Jones, C. R. & Webb, T. L. (2014). What do people living in deprived communities in the UK think about household energy efficiency interventions? Energy Policy, 66, 335-349

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Presenting at the Media Education Summit in Rome (2016)

Reports

Marsh, J., Plowman, L., Yamada-Rice, D., Bishop, J. C., Lahmar, J., Scott, F., Davenport, A. et al. (2015) Exploring Play and Creativity in Pre-Schoolers’ Use of Apps: Final Project Report.

Koh, S. L., Jones, C., Genovese, A., Acquaye, A., Marchand, R., & Scott, F. (2013). Promoting the Green Deal to low income communities: Initial insights from Yorkshire & The Humber.

Jones, C.R. & Scott, F. (2012) Public attitudes to Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) in the United States and Canada: A qualitative investigation of public opinion in communities hosting demonstration projects. Technical Report, The Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI).

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Storytelling panel at the Children’s Media Conference (2015)

Conference presentations

Most recently, I’ve been out and about sharing my research with a range of audiences…

Scott, F.L. (2017, September) Television and related media in the everyday lives of UK preschoolers: play, literacies and classed practices, Digitising Early Childhood Conference, Edith Cowan University

Scott, F.L. (2017, May) Television and related media in the everyday lives of UK preschoolers: play, literacies and classed practices, Children’s Media and Literature in a Mediatized World, Aarhus University 

Scott, F. L. and Kjartansdóttir, S. H. (2017, April) Preschool children’s everyday engagements with digital media: at home and in makerspaces, Centre for Research on ICT and Media in Education, School of Education, University of Iceland

Scott, F. L. (2016, November) TV and related media in the lives of UK preschoolers: social, physical and classed engagement, Manimation

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Scott, F.L., (2016, November) Television and related media in the everyday lives of UK preschoolers: play, literacies and classed practices, DigiLitEY Project Meeting 4, Prague

Potter, J., Cannon, M., Scott, F.L. and McDougall, J. (2016, November) Digital Media, Education and Culture, Media Education Summit, Rome

Parry, R. and Scott, F. L. (2016, November) Media Education in Early Childhood: rethinking the home-school divide, Media Education Summit, Rome

Chesworth, L. and Scott, F. L. (2016, October) Researching the ‘Messiness’ of Young Children’s Everyday Lives in Home and Classroom Settings, ESW Open Seminar Series, Centre for Teaching and Learning Research, The University of Sussex

Scott, F.L. (2016, July) Television and related media in the everyday lives of UK preschoolers: play, literacies and working class lives. The United Kingdom Literacy Association 52nd International Conference, The University of Nottingham, UK

Scott, F.L. (2016, July) The C-Word’: Understanding children’s home engagement with media as a Classed practice. The Children’s Media Conference, UK.

Scott, F.L. (2016, July) Preschoolers making meaning at home: television, new media and growing up. Centre for the Study of Childhood and Youth 6th International Conference.

Scott, F. L. (2016, June) Young children’s digital literacy practices at home: social, physical and classed. DigiLitEY Training School 1, The University of Minho, Portugal.

Scott, F. L. (2015, December) Preschoolers Replaying TV Through Apps: Critical Reflections. Australian Association for Research in Education 2015 Conference, University of Notre Dame, Australia.

Davidson, C., Danby, S., Busch, G., Scott, F. L. and Woods, A. (2015, December) Child-centered practices using technologies in early years settings. Australian Association for Research in Education 2015 Conference, University of Notre Dame, Australia.

Scott, F. L. (2015, September) Replaying television through apps: The CBeebies apps. Improving Children’s Lives: Translating Research for Practice, Policy and Community Conference, University of Wollongong, Australia.

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Meeting other delegates at ‘Improving Children’s Lives’ in Wollongong (2015)

Scott, F. L. (2015, September) Children’s engagement with television as multimodal and socially-sited practice. Comparing Children’s Media around the World: Policies, Texts and Audiences, University of Westminster.

Marsh, J. Beavis, C., Merchant, G., Scott, F. L. and Bulman, J. (2015, July) Reading on Screens: Critical Reflections on Children’s Multimodal Practices. Research. Symposium presented at 19th European Conference on Literacy, Alpen-Adria-Universität Klagenfurt, Austria.

Scott, F. L. (2015, July) Replaying television through apps: The CBeebies apps. The United Kingdom Literacy Association 51st International Conference, University of Nottingham

Scott, F. L. (2015, July) Children making meaning in the inter-media textual web. Research presented at The Story of Children’s Television – An International Conference, University of Warwick

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The Original ‘Why Bird’ at The Story of Children’s Television (2015)

Scott, F. L. (2015, July) Sm(all) Change? Understanding and engaging with a transitionary preschool television audience. The Children’s Media Conference.

Scott, F. L. (2014, June) Young Children’s Engagement with Television: A multimodal approach? Multimodality in Language Research Conference. The University of Leeds.

Jones, C. R. & Scott, F. L. (2012, July) Public Attitudes to Carbon Capture and Storage in the United States and Canada: A Qualitative Investigation of Public Opinion in Communities Hosting Demonstration Projects. Research presented at The Fourth International Conference on Climate Change, University of Washington, Seattle. Programme retrieved from http://on-climate.com/_uploads/Final_C12_Program.pdf