Fiona is a Lecturer in Digital Literacies at The University of Sheffield. She has previously worked as a Lecturer in Early Childhood at Sheffield Hallam Education.
Scott, F. L. and Bird, J. (2019) ‘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.
Scott, F. L. and Marsh, J. A. (2018) ‘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.
Marsh, J.A., Plowman, L., Yamada-Rice, D., Lahmar, J. and Scott, F. (2018). Play and creativity in young children’s use of apps. British Journal of Educational Technology. Advance online publication. https://doi.org/10.1111/bjet.
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, pp. 335-349.