Cooray, M. (2016, February) International Blended Learning: Learning in Diversity. Presentation to the Learning Technologies & Skills Conference. Paper presentedto the Learning Technologies & Skills Conference, UK.
Cooray, M. & Duus R. (2016) The 5 barriers to effective digital transformation. Chartered Management Institute (CMI) [on-line] www.managers.org.uk
Cooray, M. & Duus, R (2016) Research reveals the dark side of wearable fitness trackers. CNN [on-line] www.edition.cnn.com
Cooray, M. & Duus R. (2016) Putting new age organizations on 'ICE'. World Economic Forum [on-line] www.weforum.org
Duus, R. and Cooray, M. (2016) How AI is making Christmas shopping more personal.
Duus, R. and Cooray, M. (2016) Bot until you drop. The Independent [on-line] http://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/christmas/bot-until-you-drop-a7477406.html
Duus, R. and Cooray, M. (2016) Can AI help choose the perfect present? The 'I' newspaper.
Duus, R. and Cooray, M. (2016) Gennemsigtighed og demokrati. WeekendAvisen (Leading weekly newspaper in Denmark - feature article).
Duus, R., & Cooray, M. (2015) How a data deluge leaves us struggling to make up our minds. World Economic Forum [online] www.weforum.org
Cooray, M. & Duus, R. (2015) Information overload is killing our ability to make decisions. Business Insider [online] www.uk.businessinsider.com
Duus, R., & Cooray, M. (2015). Too much information: how a data deluge leaves us struggling to make up our minds. [online] www.theconversation.com
Cooray, M. (2015) Why the data deluge leaves us struggling to make up our minds. Discover Magazine [onlin] www.discovermagazine.com
Duus, R. & Cooray, M. (2015) Can wearable fitness trackers take control of your life? The Sydney Morning Herald (Digital Life) www.smh.com.au/digital-life
Cooray, M. & Duus, R. (2015) How we discovered the dark sides of wearable fitness trackers. The Conversation [online] www.theconversation.com/uk
Duus, R., Cooray, M., & Page, N.(2015) Agentic Technology: Exploring the influence of Fitbit activity tracker on consumer behaviour. Presentation to the Academy of Marketing Science. United States, May.
Duus, R. and Cooray, M. (2014) Together we Innovate: Cross-cultural teamwork through virtual platforms, Journal of Marketing Education, 36(3), pp.244-257.
Duus, R., Cooray, M. and Davies, A. (2014) The Brand Misfits: Exploring paradoxical brand-resisting practices in social media. Proceedings of the Brands and Brand Relationships conference, Boston University, May.
Duus, R. & Cooray, M. (2014, June). Biolabouring Consumers: Theorizing consumers' affective, relational and experiential work in online social networks. Presentation to Hertfordshire Business School Research Conference, UK.
Duus, R., & Cooray, M. (2013, January). Collaborating Across Borders: Together we Innovate. Presentation given to Exploring Spaces for Learning, University of Florida, USA.
Duus, R. & Cooray, M. (2012, July). Did we stop talking? The detrimental effects of online social networks on social relations. Presentation to the 30th Standing conference on Organizational Symbolism, EAE Business School, Spain.
Cooray, M., & Duus, R. (2012, May) International collaborations with Business and Marketing students. Presentation to the 7th International Blended Learning Conference, University of Hertfordshire, UK.
Cooray, M. and Duus, R. (2011) Entrepreneurs forge ahead in chaos and uncertainty: The story of SMEs in Sri Lanka. Proceedings of the British Academy of Management conference, Aston Business School, September.
Cooray, M. and Duus, R. (2011) Thriving in Chaos and Uncertainty: Business as usual for Sri Lankan entrepreneurial marketers. Proceedings of the Academy of Marketing conference, University of Liverpool, July.
Cooray, M., Duus, R. (2010) Brand Mindspace: The final frontier for marketers? USI: 6th Thought Leaders Conference on Brand Management
Cooray, M. & Duus, R. (2010, October). Convert, Defend and Acquire: Evaluating consumer preference through mindspace. Presentation to the Future Trends conference, USA.
Cooray, M. & Duus, R. (2010, May). Knowledge Exchange through Collaborative Learning Communities. Presentation to the 5th International Blended Learning Conference, University of Hertfordshire, UK.