Here are the rest of my ebooks: http://www.downes.ca/me/mybooks.htm
If you wish to make a case that your work is (a) the same, and (b) prior, you need to cite specific instances, not entire theses or articles.
For example, I read your 2008 paper http://www.jonathanbishop.com/Library/Documents/EN/docIGIPaper_PAIGE.pdf on social networks in learning, and I am reminded of my 2005 paper, e-learning 2.0. http://elearnmag.acm.org/featured.cfm?aid=1104968
Note especially that areas of true originality in this field, as in any field, are vanishingly small. I was by no means the first person to suggest the use of social networks in e-learning. And the concept itself is a progression from the days when multi-user environments were used in learning (see my 1995 presentation on the topic http://www.downes.ca/post/252 ).
Finally, life is too short for this sort of game. If you wish to lay claim to some specific piece of original research, go for it.
For myself, I will stay with my usual disclaimer that I frequently state in my presentations. http://www.downes.ca/presentations.htm : "Everything in my work was originally discovered by someone else, is described better by someone else, and is more accurately stated by someone else. My work here is to describe and explain my own work, such as it is."