- PhD, RMIT
- MA, Flinders
- BA (Honours), University of New England
- Graduate Certificate in Project Management, UTS
Jenny has worked as an online editor and multimedia producer for several years prior to commencing her PhD. She has also had international success as a creative hypertext writer.
- Weight, J. (2014). Participatory mobile media projects as academic practice In: Journal of Creative Technologies (JCT), , 1 - 12
- Weight, J. (2013). At the edge of documentary: participatory online nonfiction In: TEXT: Journal of Writing and Writing Programs, , 1 - 14
- Weight, J. (2011). Tracks and traces: how the mobile phone 'fixed' driving In: Spaces and Flows: An International Journal of Urban and ExtraUrban Studies, 1, 73 - 84
- Church, K.,Weight, J.,Berry, M.,Macdonald, H. (2010). At home with media technology In: Home Cultures, 7, 263 - 286
- Weight, J. (2008). Locative systems using mobile phones In: IEEE Multimedia, 15, 6 - 9
- Weight, J. (2008). Self, video games and pedagogy In: Beyond fun: Serious games and media, ETC Press, USA
- Church, K.,Berry, M.,Weight, J.,Macdonald, H. (2008). Left To Our Own Devices In: Left To Our Own Devices Melbourne, Australia
- Weight, J. (2007). Living in the moment: transience, identity and the mobile device In: Mobile Media 2007 : proceedings of an international conference on social and cultural aspects of mobile phones, convergent media and wireless technologies, Sydney, Australia, 2-4 July 2007
- Weight, J. (2006). I, apparatus, you: A technosocial introduction to creative practice In: Convergence, 12, 413 - 446
- Yuille, J.,Weight, J.,Forwood, M.,Brown, A.,Sade, G.,Jenkins, G. (2006). SenseMix: Sharing creative mobile content In: Proceedings of the 8th Conference on Human-Computer Interaction with Mobile Devices and Services, Helsinki, Finland, 12-15 September 2006
Philosophy and practice of contemporary media making, which involves computers, mobile phones and other types of digital devices; media genres including online documentary, computer games, microsoap for mobile phones and programmed poetics.