Shandell Houlden
Shandell Houlden
Post-Doctoral Researcher, Royal Roads University
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Coronavirus pushes universities to switch to online classes—but are they ready
S Houlden, G Veletsianos
The Conversation, 2020
Women scholars’ experiences with online harassment and abuse: Self-protection, resistance, acceptance, and self-blame
G Veletsianos, S Houlden, J Hodson, C Gosse
New Media & Society 20 (12), 4689-4708, 2018
A posthumanist critique of flexible online learning and its “anytime anyplace” claims
S Houlden, G Veletsianos
British Journal of Educational Technology 50 (3), 1005-1018, 2019
An analysis of flexible learning and flexibility over the last 40 years of Distance Education
G Veletsianos, S Houlden
Distance Education 40 (4), 454-468, 2019
Radical flexibility and relationality as responses to education in times of crisis
G Veletsianos, S Houlden
Postdigital Science and Education 2 (3), 849-862, 2020
The problem with flexible learning: Neoliberalism, freedom, and learner subjectivities
S Houlden, G Veletsianos
Learning, Media and Technology 46 (2), 144-155, 2021
The hidden costs of connectivity: nature and effects of scholars’ online harassment
C Gosse, G Veletsianos, J Hodson, S Houlden, TA Dousay, PR Lowenthal, ...
Learning, Media and Technology 46 (3), 264-280, 2021
I get by with a little help from my friends: The ecological model and support for women scholars experiencing online harassment
J Hodson, C Gosse, G Veletsianos, S Houlden
First Monday, 2018
Coronavirus pushes universities to switch to online classes—but are they ready
G Veletsianos, S Houlden
The Conversation, 2020
The health belief model: How public health can address the misinformation crisis beyond COVID-19
S Houlden, J Hodson, G Veletsianos, D Reid, C Thompson-Wagner
Public Health in Practice 2, 100151, 2021
Inoculating an infodemic: an ecological approach to understanding engagement with COVID-19 online information
S Houlden, J Hodson, G Veletsianos, CP Thompson, D Reid
American Behavioral Scientist 65 (14), 1990-2013, 2021
COVID-19 health misinformation: using design-based research to develop a theoretical framework for intervention
S Houlden, G Veletsianos, J Hodson, D Reid, CP Thompson
Health Education, 2022
Support for scholars coping with online harassment: An ecological framework
S Houlden, J Hodson, G Veletsianos, C Gosse, P Lowenthal, T Dousay, ...
Feminist Media Studies, 1-19, 2021
Design principles for an educational intervention into online vaccine misinformation
G Veletsianos, S Houlden, D Reid, J Hodson, CP Thompson
TechTrends, 1-12, 2022
An evaluation of a microlearning intervention to limit COVID-19 online misinformation
G Veletsianos, S Houlden, J Hodson, CP Thompson, D Reid
Journal of Formative Design in Learning 6 (1), 13-24, 2022
A synthesis of surveys examining the impacts of COVID-19 and emergency remote learning on students in Canada
S Houlden, G Veletsianos
Journal of Computing in Higher Education, 1-24, 2022
Public responses to COVID-19 information from the public health office on Twitter and YouTube: implications for research practice
J Hodson, G Veletsianos, S Houlden
Journal of Information Technology & Politics 19 (2), 156-164, 2022
“My People Already Know That”: The Imagined Audience and COVID-19 Health Information Sharing Practices on Social Media
J Hodson, V O’Meara, C Thompson, S Houlden, C Gosse, G Veletsianos
Social Media+ Society 8 (3), 20563051221122463, 2022
COVID-19 misinformation in Canada: Report on survey findings to date
G Veletsianos, J Hodson, D Reid, C Thompson, S Houlden
Royal Roads University, 2020
Gone to the War Dogs: An Analysis of Human-Canine Relationality in Twenty-First Century Conflict and War
S Houlden
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