Recent Academic papers, presentations, and publications
Mallia, G. (2019). Humour in the Maltese Press. Joseph Borg & Mary Anne Lauri (Eds.), Navigating the Maltese Mediascape, pp. 169-188. Malta, MT: Kite.
Mallia, G. (2016). Robert Caruana Dingli's Cartoons from the Early 1920s. Giovanni Bonello (Ed.), Robert Caruana Dingli: Letters, Caricatures and Other Works, pp. 139-158. Malta, MT: Fondazzjoni Patrimonju Malti.
Mallia, G. (2015). Alice in Wonderland in Maltese. J. A. Lindseth (Ed.), Alice in a World of Wonderlands: The Translations of Lewis Carroll's Masterpiece, p.p. 368-371. New Castle, DE: Oak Knoll Press.
Mallia, G. (2014). The Library’s Role in Social Networking Site Use in Education. In Against the Grain, 26 (4), 32-36.
Mallia, G. (2014). (Editor) The Social Classroom: Integrating Social Network Use in Education. Hershey, PA: IGI Global.
Mallia, G. (2011). Processing Change Instigated by Immersed New Media Usage and its Implications for School-Based and Informal Learning. In M. S. Al-Mutairi & L. A. Mohammed (Eds.) Cases on ICT Utilization, Practice and Solutions: Tools for Managing Day-to-Day Issues. pp. 97-115. Hershey, PA: IGI Global.
Mallia, G. (2010). Sequential and Consequential: The Many Narrative Forms of Comics. Presented at The Graphic Novel and Comic Conference, Comics: Cultures and Genres, Manchester Metropolitan University, UK, 12-14 April 2010.
Mallia, G. (2009). To Browse or to Study: Informal/formal learning preferences of Maltese University Students. In Kinshuk, D. G. Sampson, J. M. Spector, P. Isaías, & D. Ifenthaler (Eds.) Proceedings of the IADIS International Conference on Cognition And Exploratory Learning in the Digital Age (CELDA 2009), pp. 342-345. Rome: International Association for Development of the Information Society.
Mallia, G. (2009). Laughter and Tears? The satirical cartoon as journalistic commentator. In J. Borg, A. Hillman, & M.A. Lauri (Eds.) Exploring the Maltese Media Landscape. pp.215-232. Malta: Allied Publications.
Mallia, G. (2009). Hypertextual Processing and Institutional Change: Speculations on the effects of immersed New Media users on the future of educational institutions. The UFV Research Review, Vol.2, No.3, pp.80-96.
Mallia, G. (2008). Learning from the Sequence: The use of comics in instruction. Reprinted in N. R. Khadpekar (Ed.) Humour as a Strategy, pp.104-114. Hyderabad, India: Icfai University Press.
Mallia, G. (2008). Transfer to Learning Flexibility and Hypertextuality. In S. Wheeler (Ed.) Connected Minds, Emerging Cultures: Cyberculture in online learning, pp.185-208. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.
Mallia, G. (2008). Satirical Cartoons in Malta. International Journal of Comic Art, Vol.10, No.2, pp. 607- 620.
Mallia, G. (2007). A tolling bell for institutions? Speculations on student information processing and effects on accredited learning. In K. Fernstrom (Ed.) Readings in Technology in Education: Proceedings of the International Conference on Information communication Technologies in Education, Heraklion, Crete (24-32).
Mallia, G. (2007). Learning from the Sequence: The use of comics in instruction. In ImageText, Vol.3, No.3. University of Florida, USA. [In part presented at the 4th University of Florida Conference on Comics, Gainesville, Florida, February, 2006.]
Mallia, G. (2007). Hypertextual Processing as a Result of Immersed New Media Usage. Poster session presented in CAL '07: Discussion, Disruption and Debate conference, Dublin, Republic of Ireland, March, 2007.
Mallia, G. (2005). Callout journals as part solution for Negative Transfer in Desktop Publishing tasks. In A. Mendez Vilas, B. Gonzalez Pereira, J. Mesa Gonzalez & J. A. Mesa Gonzalez (Eds), Recent Research Developments in Learning Technologies (2005), Vol. 1, pp. 363-367. The paper was presented at the Third International Conference on Multimedia and Information & Communication Technologies in Education, Cáceres, Spain.