Christiansen, E. & McNally, M. (In press, 2022). Examining the technical and pedagogical elements of select open courseware. First Monday, 27(10).
Christiansen, E. (In press, 2022). Italian immigration to Kelowna and its lasting legacy. Okanagan Historical Society, 86.
McNally, M., & Christiansen, E. (2019, June 3). Open enough? Eight factors to consider when transitioning from closed to open resources and courses: A conceptual framework. First Monday 24(6). https://doi.org/10.5210/fm.v24i6.9180
Christiansen, E. (2015). Don’t make me type: A study of students’ perceptions of library catalogues on tablet computers. Partnership: The Canadian Journal of Librarian and Information Practice and Research 10(1). https://doi.org/10.21083/partnership.v10i1.3192
Hans, K. & Christiansen, E. (2022). Kris Hans and Erik Christiansen. In S. Abegglen, F. Neuhaus, & K. Wilson (Eds.), Voices from the digital classroom: 25 interviews about teaching and learning in the face of a global pandemic. University of Calgary Press.
newspaper articles and Other Publications
Jessel, C., Christiansen, E., & McNally, M. (2021, July 23). Open educational resources would make post-secondary more affordable. The Calgary Herald.
Christiansen, E. (2020, July 1). Italian Immigration to Kelowna and its Lasing Legacy [Historical article]. Kelowna Italian Club.
Christiansen, E., Dahlqvist, C., Deeke, A., Hays, L., Mallon, M., Weaver, K., & Yoshida, A. (2017, December 3). Making new connections: Librarians meetup at ISSOTL 2017 [Blog post]. International Society for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning.
Christiansen, E., & McNutt, K. (2016). OER starter kit [Communications toolkit]. Alberta Open Educational Resources Initiative.
Alberta OER Journal Club (2018-2021): In collaboration with three colleagues (two from Athabasca University and one from the University of Calgary) founded a provincial journal club. The journal club hosts monthly discussions on Twitter on an article related to open education. The journal club has engaged faculty, librarians, and students in Canada and the world. Find us using the hashtag #aboerjc
Since July 2020, I have co-hosted the EdTech Examined podcast with my colleague Kris Hans. The podcast is about all things education technology. For more information and recent episodes, see the Podcast page of this website.
- Open educational resources and open courses
- Philosophy of education
- Student technology competencies and computer literacy
- Web and app usability
- Student information literacy competencies and research skills