A selection of publications


P Charlton and S. Poslad, ‘Engaging with computer science when solving tangible problems’ CEP 2019, ACM


Diana Laurillard,  Eileen Kennedy, Patricia Charlton, Joanna Wild & Dionis Dimakopoulos, “Using technology to develop teachers as designers of TEL: evaluating the Learning Designer”, British Journal of Educational Technology, May 2018

Patricia Charlton,  Adamantios Koumpis, Christos Kouroupetroglou  and Muriel Grenon “Powerful metaphors for ‘tangible’ experiential knowledge building” , Human Computer Communications and Internet of Things, Journal of Multimodal Technology and Interaction, (2018)

D Zlatopolski & M Filippov, Editor, P Charlton “Basics in Programming in Python”, Book: Publisher Creative Digital Solutions, part of Ahead of the curve series, 2018


Charlton, H. Baker,, J. Claessens, and J. Wild, “WEARABLE, TEACHABLE AND LEARNABLE INTERNET OF THINGS: THE MICRO BIT PROJECT”, Creative Digital Solutions, Ahead of the curve series, 2017,


Patricia Charlton, Katerina Avramides, “Knowledge Construction in Computer Science and Engineering when Learning Through Making”, IEEE Transactions on Learning Technologies, vol. 9, no. , pp. 379-390, Oct.-Dec. 2016, doi:10.1109/TLT.2016.2627567

Patricia Charlton, Anne Preston, Charalampos Karagiannidis, Christos Kouroupetroglou, Muriel Grenon, Adamantios Koumpis, “Use of the Curiosity Cabinet metaphor to support inclusive learning”6th International Conference on Software Development and Technologies for Enhancing Accessibility and Fighting Infoexclusion (DSAI 2016)

Charlton and S. Poslad, ‘A Sharable Wearable IoT Community Application’12th International Conference on Intelligent Environments, 2016, IEEE,

Charlton and R. Toft Nørgård “Convention be damned – let the learning Emerge: The Power of learning with” Ethnography and Education Conference Oxford 2016.

Luckin, Rosemary & Cukurova, Mutlu & Mavrikis, Manolis & Avramides, Katerina & Charlton, Patricia. (2016). The importance of the Learning Sciences for Teaching and Learning through the Internet of Things.


Patricia Charlton, “BBC micro:bit Creating a collaborative learning experience for future innovators”, Wireless Q, Quarter 3, 2015, NORDIC

Patricia Charlton, Sokratis Karkalas and Manolis Mavrikis. “Designing a mediation vocabulary for authoring learning analytics”, Knowledge Engineering and Ontology Development (KEOD 2015)

Sokratis Karkalas, Patricia Charlton Manolis Mavrikis. Turning Web Content into Learning Content, A Lightweight Integration and Interoperability Technique, Knowledge Engineering and Ontology Development (KEOD 2015)

Kennedy, D. Laurillard, B. Horan & P. Charlton, “Making meaningful decisions about time, workload and pedagogy in the digital age: the Course Resource Appraisal Model” Special issue of Distance Education,  2015

Sokratis Karkalas, Christian Bokhove, Patricia Charlton Manolis Mavrikis.  Towards Configurable Learning Analytics for Constructionist Mathematical e-Books (AIED 2015)


Bokhove, Christian, Jones, Keith, Mavrikis, Manolis, Geraniou, Eirini and Charlton, Patricia (2014) Co-designing electronic books: boundary objects for social creativity. In, Keith Jones, Christian Bokhove, Geoffrey Howson and Lianghuo Fan (eds.) Proceedings of the International Conference on Mathematics Textbook Research and Development (ICMT-2014). International Conference on Mathematics Textbook Research and Development Southampton, GB, University of Southampton, 167-172.

Bokhove, Christian, Jones, Keith, Charlton, Patricia, Mavrikis, Manolis and Geraniou, Eirini (2014) Authoring your own creative, electronic book for mathematics: the MC-squared project. In, Keith Jones, Christian Bokhove, Geoffrey Howson and Lianghuo Fan (eds.) Proceedings of the International Conference on Mathematics Textbook Research and Development (ICMT-2014). Southampton, GB, University of Southampton, 547-552.


Charlton, P, The theory and practice of AI in action: Comparing the use of AI approaches when designing solutions for industry and education, BCS, Real AI, October 2013

Charlton, M. Manolis, D. Katsifili. “The Potential of Leaning Analytics and Big data”, in Adriane, 2013,

Zanani, E, Charlton P., Laurillard, D,.Creating and Sharing Information Literacy Learning Designs, ECIL 2013

Charlton P., “Creativity and Learning Through UX Thinking and Design”, HCID 2013

Davies P, and Charlton P, Arduinos and lilypads, a student led workshop, ECIS Workshop, March 2013


Charlton and R. Luckin, Time to re-load? Computational Thinking and Computer Science in Schools, What the research says briefing report.

Charlton P., Magoulas G., Laurillard, D. Enabling Creative Learning Design through Semantic Web Technologies, Journal of Technology, Pedagogy and Education July 2012


Laurillard, D., Charlton, P., Craft, B. Dimakopoulos, D., Ljubojevic, D., Magoulas, G., Masterman, E., Pujadas, R., Whitley, E.A., & Whittlestone, K. A constructionist learning environment for teachers to model learning designs. JCAL.

Charlton P. & Magoulas G.D. (2011). Next Generation Environments for Context-aware Learning Design. In Smart Innovation, Systems and Technologies. Springer, 2011

Charlton P. and Magoulas G.D Context-aware Framework for Supporting Personalisation and Adaptation in Creation of Learning Designs: In Intelligent and Adaptive Learning Systems: Technology Enhanced Support for Learners and Teachers: Ed Graf & Kinshuk, IGI

Pujadas, C. Roder, E.A. Whitley and P. Charlton, Teaching innovation and technology:

An analysis of a Learning Design Support Environment, CAL 2011

Diana Laurillard, Dejan Ljubojevic, Patricia Charlton, Marion Manton, George Magoulas, Joanna Wild, Liz Masterman: Representing and sharing learning designs: A design support environment, Workshop at ALT-C 2011: 18th International Conference of the Association for Learning Technology, Leeds 6-8 September 2011.


Charlton P. and Magoulas G.D. (2010), “Autonomic Computing and Ontologies to Enable Context-aware Learning Design“. In Proceedings of the 22nd IEEE International Conference on Tools with Artificial Intelligence, October 27-29, 2010, Arras, France.

Charlton, P., Magoulas, G., (2010), “Self-configurable Framework for enabling Context-aware Learning Design“.  In Proceedings of the IEEE International Conference on Intelligent Systems, pp. 1-6, 2010.

Laurillard, D., Masterman, L., Magoulas, G., Charlton, P., Manton, M., Ljubojevic, D.,Craft, B. & Pujadas, R. “Supporting innovative teaching with an intelligent collaborative design environment.” Workshop at ALT-C 2010: 17th International Conference of the Association for Learning Technology, Nottingham, 7-9 September 2010.


Charlton P., Magoulas G.D., and Laurillard D. (2009), Designing for Learning with Theory and Practice in Mind. In Proceedings of the Workshop “Enabling creative learning design: how HCI, User Modelling and Human Factors help”, part of AIED 2009 Conference, pp. 52-61, 2009

Charlton P., & Poslad S. Intelligent Systems, Chapter 8, Ubiquitous Computing: Smart Devices, Environments And Interactions, 2009, Wiley, 978-0-470-03560

Charlton P., & Poslad S. Intelligent System Interaction, Chapter 9, Ubiquitous Computing: Smart Devices, Environments And Interactions, 2009, Wiley, 978-0-470-03560

Charlton, P, Magoulas, G, and Laurillard, D., Pedagogy meets Ontologies: Knowledge Representation for Creative Learning Design, ALT-C, 2009


P. Charlton and J. Teh “A self-governance approach to supporting privacy preference-based content sharing in distributed environments”, the International Transactions on Systems Science and Applications (ITSSA) Journal (2006)

Charlton and J. Teh, “The design of ‘intelligence’ for the management of personal multimedia content”, the international conference on Semantics And digital Media Technology (SAMT 2006).

Patricia Charlton and Jonathan Teh, “Supporting the users’ privacy preferences when sharing personal content” published by W3C, Workshop on Languages for Privacy Policy Negotiation and Semantics-Driven Enforcement, held in Ispra, Italy on 17 and 18 October 2006.


Steven Willmott, Simon G. Thompson, David Bonnefoy, Patricia Charlton, Ion Constantinescu, Jonathan Dale, Tianning Zhang: Agent Based Dynamic Service Synthesis in Large-Scale Open Environments: Experiences from the Agentcities Testbed. AAMAS 2004: 1318-1319

2003    Patricia Charlton, Myriam Ribière: Rich service description for a smarter lifestyle. AAMAS 2003: 512-519


Patricia Charlton, David Bonnefoy, Nicolas Lhuillier: Agents and Their Cities. ECAI 2002: 53-57

Stefan Poslad, Patricia Charlton, Monique Calisti: Specifying Standard Security Mechanisms in Multi-agent Systems. Trust, Reputation, and Security 2002: 163-176

2001   Patricia Charlton, David Bonnefoy, Nicolas Lhuillier: Dealing with interoperability for agent-based services. Agents 2001: 236-237

Stefan Poslad, Patricia Charlton: Standardizing Agent Interoperability: The FIPA Approach. EASSS 2001: 98-117

Patricia Charlton, R. Cattoni: Evaluating the Deployment of FIPA Standards when Developing Application Services. IJPRAI 15(3): 551-577 (2001)

Jeremy Pitt, Abe Mamdani, Patricia Charlton: The open agent society and its enemies: a position statement and research programme. Telematics and Informatics 18(1): 67-87 (2001)

2000   Patricia Charlton, R. Cattoni, A. Potrich, E. H. Mamdani: Evaluating the FIPA Standards and Its Role in Achieving Cooperation in Multi-Agent Systems. HICSS 2000

Charlton, P., Kamyab, K. & Fehin, P. Evaluating Explicit Models of Affective Interactions. Workshop on Communicative Agents in Intelligent Virtual Environments, Autonomous Agents (2000)

1999   Y. Arafa, P. Charlton and E. Mamdani “Modelling Interface Agents for Personality-based Behaviour”, Systems, Man, and Cybernetics, Tokyo, Japan, 12-15 October

Patricia Charlton, Yasmine Arafa, E. H. Mamdani: Development and Deployment of a Multi-Agent System for Public Service Access. Agents 1999: 404-405

Yasmine Arafa, Patricia Charlton, E. H. Mamdani: Supporting Personality in Personal Service Assistants from Metaphor to Implementation. Agents 1999: 430-431

Yasmine Arafa, Patricia Charlton, Pat Fehin, E. H. Mamdani: Personal service assistants with personality. HCI (2) 1999: 147-151

Patricia Charlton, E. H. Mamdani: A Developer’s Perspective on Multi-agent System Design. MAAMAW 1999: 41-51

P.Charlton, Y. Arafa, R. McGuigan, R. Richardson, P. Fehin and E. Mamadani “Development and Deployment of a Multi-Agent System for Public Service Access”: in AA’99

Arafa, P. Charlton and E. Mamdani “Supporting personality in personal service assistants from metaphor to implementation”, in AA 99


R. McGuigan, P. Delorme, J. Grimson, P. Charlton, & Y. Arafa “The Reuse of Multimedia Objects by Software in the Kimsac System”, In proceedings of Object Oriented Information Systems, OOIS’98.


Patricia Charlton, Yan Chen, E. H. Mamdani, Olle Olsson, Jeremy V. Pitt, Fergal Somers, Annika Waern: An Open Agent Architecture for Integrating Multimedia Services. Agents 1997: 522-523

Patricia Charlton, Fredrik Espinoza, E. H. Mamdani, Olle Olsson, Jeremy V. Pitt, Fergal Somers, Annika Waern: Using an Asset Model for Integration of Agents and Multimedia to Provide an Open Service Architecture. ECMAST 1997: 635-650

Charlton, F. Espinoza, E. Mamdani, J. Pitt, O. Olsson, F. Somers, and A. Waern, “An Open Agent Architecture for Integrating Multimedia Services”, , AA’97: Proceedings of Autonomous Agents, Marina del Ray, February1997

Charlton , P Fehin, E. Mamdani, R. McGuigan, S. Poslad “Agent Function and Visibility in Client-Centred Information and Service Access” ALLFN’97: Revisiting the Allocation of Functions. Galway, Ireland, October 1-3, 1997.


Patricia Charlton, B. Huet, G. Justog: Modelling Agents in C++CL for Content-Based Image Retrieval. PDP 1996: 59-66

Charlton (Author), “Self-configurable software agents”,In: Chris Zimmermann (editor), Advances in Object-Oriented Metalevel Architectures and Reflection, 1996


P. Charlton “Lilies – a framework for building multiple agents for adaptive planning”, AAAI spring-symposium 1995 -Lessons Learned from Implemented Software Architectures for Physical Agents. pp 89 – 114, Editors Henry Hexmoor and David KortenKamp

Charlton and B. Huet, “Intelligent Agents for Image Retrieval”, , A Forum on Research and Technology Advances in Digital Libraries, (ADL95)– Springer Verlag, pp 121- 128

Charlton and B. Huet “ Using multiple agents for content-based image retrieval”, ,European Research Seminar on Advances in Distributed Systems 1995


Patricia Charlton: A Reflective Strategic Problem Solving Model. ISMIS 1993: 612-621

Charlton “Building Reflective Strategic Rules for Planning”, 12th UK Planning and Scheduling Special Interest Group, March 1993, pp 142-150.


P. Charlton “A HyperIcon Interface to a Blackboard System for Planning Research Projects”, , XI International Conference Of the Chilean Computer Science Society (1991) Published in Computer Science Research and Applications (Editors Udi Manber and Ricardo Baeza-Yates).

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