Main Outcomes and Publications 2010 to 2011 (academic year)
- 29 book chapters
- 8 journal articles.
Collaborative support and work with student researchers
- 22 sole and joint conference presentations.
- 4 joint publications with staff.
- one sole-authored article, and one keynote presentation.
- 2 joint unfunded research projects.
Working with policy and practice groups
- 5 reports for policy and practice groups.
- collaborative proposals with local authority and hospital trust groups
- advice given through invited meetings with EU, commercial and media groups
- research work undertaken directly in local authorities, hospital trusts and schools
- keynote presentations given to educational policy and practice audiences
- a conference involving practitioners.
Involvement with the wider international research community
- Presentations at a wide range of international conferences.
- collaborative proposals and networking activities with colleagues in universities in other countries, including a collaboration with the Literacy Research Centre and Department of Management Learning internally; and UBC Canada, IoE London and the OU externally, to develop a proposal to the Canadian Social Science Research Council on the topic of Literacy and the New Media.
- involvement as members and officers of international working groups.
- A Knowledge Transfer Partnership project with the Lancashire Teaching Hospitals Trust.
- A small-scale study of uses of handheld technologies in schools.
- A state-of-the-art report on older people and their uses of the Internet.
Past projects and studies very recently completed
- Internet safety in schools
- The learning needs of trade union educators
- Testing parameters of learning of online memorisation support software.
- Uses of technologies by migrant women.
- Uses of technologies by those who support young people who are not in employment, education and training.
- Learning and management outcomes when schools and teachers use large online resource banks.
- Impacts of virtual learning environments on learners, learning and the engagement of parents.
- Effects of enhancing digital participation of a disadvantaged community through school practices.
- Pilot study on the development of an e-learning strategy within the NHS LHT.
- Collaborative knowledge creation in distributed learning communities.
- Use of technologies for educational purposes in the NHS.
- Leadership strategies for coordinating distance education instructional development teams.
- Diversity in researching teaching and technology philosophies-in-practice in e-learning communities.
- Ethical and practical implications of systems architecture on identity in networked learning.
- An actor-network theory informed critique of mobile learning research.
- Older adults’ adoption of new communication technologies.
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