Treves, R., France, D.  Atlas Tours: Story MapsTM or Google EarthTM Tours as Geography Assignments. Unpublished working paper.

Petty, J., Treves, R. (2017). Learning through the eyes of peers: The co-production and evaluation of a digital storytelling learning resource in neonatal care by children’s nursing students.  Nursing children and young people, 29(2): 32-37.

Treves, R., Skarlatidou, A.  (2017). What path and how fast? The effect of flight time and path on user spatial understanding in map tour animations.  Journal of Cartography and Geographic Information Systems. 

Treves, R., Viterbo, P., & Haklay, M. (2015). Footprints in the sky: using student track logs from a “bird’s eye view” field trip to enhance learning. Journal of Geography in Higher Education, 39(1), 97-110.

Treves, R., & Bailey, J. E. (2012). Best practices on how to design Google Earth tours for education. Geological Society of America Special Papers, 492, 383-394.

Wright, J., Treves, R., & Martin, D. (2009). Challenges in the reuse of learning materials: Technical lessons from the delivery of an online GIS MSc moduleJournal of Geography in Higher Education, 33(S1), S78-S87.

Leung, S., Martin, D., Treves, R., & Duke-Williams, O. (2008). Exchanging E-Learning Materials, Modules, and Students.  E-Learning for Geographers: Online Materials, Resources, and Repositories: Online Materials, Resources, and Repositories.

Martin, D., & Treves, R. (2007). Embedding e‐learning in geographical practice.  British Journal of Educational Technology, 38(5), 773-783.