E. Overland, J. Barber, M. Sackville-Ford (2020). Behaviour Management: An Essential Guide for Student and Newly Qualified Teachers. M. Sackville-Ford. Routledge.
EE. Overland (2015). Transition to Secondary: Mapping your skills. Y. Allsop, B. Sedman. In: Primary Computing in Action. John Catt Publications, pp.141-153.
E. Overland, C. Lewin "It wasn't shouting my name": How students decide whether or not to study GCSE Computer Science. University of Manchester, 10/9/2019.
E. Overland, C. Lewin The impact of the new Computing curriculum on subject choices at GCSE Level. King’s College London, 11/6/2018.
C. Hanley, H. Underhill, A. Ramsay, E. Overland, R. Patterson, et al. Exploring Higher Education: An investigation into teacher educators’ conceptualisations of learning in university. Northumbria University, Newcastle, UK,
E. Overland (2016). Using Images as a Stimulus to Explore the Identity of Student Teachers in Computing. In: IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology. Guimarães, Portugal, 6/7/2016. pp.82-91.
T. Williams, E. Overland (2018). Promoting Careers in Computing education: Sharing Practice. Theme 3: Transition to Teaching. Kent: University of Kent, Council of Professors and Heads of Computing.
EE. Overland (2017). The prioritisation of classroom activity and resources in the teaching of computing; A study into the development of student teachers of computing in England.