Funded Research Projects
SHARE-IT: School-Home Autism Research Environment through Intelligent Technologies, EPSRC funded, Co-Investigator, February 2013-August 2014 (£301K).
SHAPE: Shaping the future of technology use in the classroom, ESRC Follow on funding, Principal Investigator, May 2012-July 2013 (£56K).
ECHOES 2: Improving children’s social interaction through exploratory learning in a multimodal environment, EPSRC/ESRC, TLRP-TEL funded, Co-Investigator, November 2008-May 2012 (£1.2M).
AUTISM EDUCATIONAL SCOPING STUDY: ‘Research mapping educational provision in the field of ASD (Autism Spectrum Disorders) in the UK: identifying the challenges in ensuring good educational outcomes for children and young people and giving examples of good practice in the field’, Funder: Autism Education Trust, Co-Investigator, 2008 (£80K).
AUTISM INTERNATIONAL LITERATURE REVIEW: ‘International review of the literature of evidence of best practice provision in the education of persons on the autism spectrum’, Funder: National Council for Special Education, Co-Investigator, 2009 (£35K).
AUTISM OUTCOMES STUDY: ‘Educational provision and outcomes for people on the autism spectrum’, Funder: Autism Education Trust, Co-Investigator, 2011(£80K).
Funded Knowledge Exchange Projects
NATIONAL ONLINE RESOURCE FOR PRIMARY CARE PRACTITIONERS AND GPS Principal Investigator, 2006, updated 2009. Funder: National Education Scotland (£38K).
THE EARLY YEARS INCLUSION DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME IN AUTISM: Principal Investigator, 2009, Funder: Department for Children Schools and Families (£50K).
THE DEVELOPMENT OF NATIONAL TRAINING MATERIALS AT THREE LEVELS FOR SCHOOL STAFF, funded by Department of Education and commissioned by the Autism Education Trust, Principal Investigator, 2011-2012 (£104,000).
Peer Reviewed Journals
Molteni,P., Guldberg, K. and Logan, N. (in press) Autism and multidisciplinary teamwork through the SCERTS Model, British Journal of Special Education.
Guldberg, K., Mackness, J., Mariyannis, E. & Tait,C. (2013) Knowledge Management and Value Creation in a Third Sector Organisation, Journal of Knowledge and Process Management, 20 (3):113-122. DOI: 10.1002/kpm.1410
Kossyvaki, L. Jones, G. and Guldberg, K. (2012) The effect of adult interactive style on the spontaneous communication of young children with autism at school, British Journal of Special Education, 39 (4):173-194. DOI: 10.1111/1467-8578.12001
Parsons, S., Guldberg, K., MacLeod, A., Jones, G., Prunty, A. & Balfe, T. (2011) International review of the evidence on best practice in educational provision for children on the autism spectrum, 26 (1), European Journal of Special Needs Education, pp 47-63. DOI: 10.1080/08856257.2011.543532
Guldberg, K., Parsons, S., MacLeod, A., Jones, G., Prunty, A. & Balfe, T. (2011) Implications for Practice from ‘International review of the evidence on best practice in educational provision for children on the autism spectrum’, 26 (1), European Journal of Special Needs Education, pp 64-70. DOI: 10.1080/08856257.2011.543534
Porayska-Pomsta, K., Frauenberger, C., Rajendran, T., Smith, T., Pain, H., Menzies, R., Foster, M., Alcorn, A., Wass, S., Bernadini, S., Avramides, K., Keay-Bright, W., Chen, J.,Waller, A., Guldberg, K., Good, J., and Lemon, O. (2011). Developing technology for autism needs an interdisciplinary approach. Journal of Personal and Ubiquitous Computing.
Guldberg, K., Porayska-Pomsta, K., Good, J. and Keay-Bright, W. (2010) ECHOES II: the creation of a technology enhanced learning environment for typically developing children and children on the autism spectrum, Journal of Assistive Technologies, Vol 4, (1), pp 49-53. DOI: 10.5042/jat.2010.0044
Guldberg, K. (2010) Preconditions for inclusion: conceptualising ‘best autism practice in early years education, 37 (4), British Journal of Special Education.
Guldberg, K. and Mackness, J. (2009) Foundations of Communities of Practice: enablers and barriers to participation, Journal of Computer Assisted Learning, Vol 25, (6), pp 528-538.
Pilkington, R. and Guldberg, K. (2009) Conditions for productive networked learning among professionals and carers: The WebAutism Case Study, In Dirckinck-Holmfeld, L., Jones, C. and Lindstrom, B. Analysing Networked Learning Practices in Higher Education and Continuing Professional Development, pp. 43-63, Sense publishers: The Netherlands.
Guldberg, K. (2008) Adult learners and professional development: Peer to peer student learning in a networked community, International Journal of Lifelong Education, 29 (1): 35-49.
Guldberg, K. & Pilkington, R. (2007) Tutor roles in facilitating reflection on practice through online discussion, Journal of Educational Technology and Society, 10, (1), 61-72.
Guldberg, K. & Pilkington, R. (2006) A community of practice approach to the development of non-traditional learners through networked learning, Journal of Computer Assisted Learning, 22, (3): 159-171.
Douglas, G., Travers, J., McLinden,M., Robertson, C., Smith, E., Macnab, N., Powers, S., Guldberg, K., McGough, A., O’Donnell, M. and Lacey, P. (2012) Measuring educational engagement, progress and outcomes for children with special educational needs: A Review. National Council for Special Education.
Wittemeyer, K., Charman, T., Cusack, J., Guldberg, K., Hastings, R., Howlin, P., Macnab, N., Parsons, S., Pellicano, L., Slonims, V. (2011) Educational provision and outcomes for people on the autism spectrum. London: Autism Education Trust.
Parsons, S., Guldberg, K., Macleod, A., Jones, G., Prunty, A. and Balfe, T. (2009) International Review of the literature of evidence of best practice provision in the education of persons with Autistic Spectrum Disorders, Dublin: NCSE.
Jones, G., English, A., Guldberg, K., Jordan, R., Richardson, P. and Waltz, M. (2008) Educational Provision for children and young people with Autism Spectrum Disorders living in England: a review of current practice, issues and challenges. Autism Education Trust.