Publications

2003 – 2006

Essentials Guide – The Essential study guide for students at Birmingham City University. This was published in both electronic and paper versions each year.

Colby, J. & University of Central England in Birmingham., 2004. Essential : what? – why? – how? Version 2.0., Birmingham: School of Computing and Information  University of Central England.

2004

NETTIES 2004. “Making the change – creating a successful virtual learning environment first time round”. This conference in Hungary never published procedings. My presentation has been archived and is available as streaming video. If you wish to reference this paper, then the correct format is shown below. The Harvard Reference is below.

Hollyhead, A. (2004). Making the change – creating a successful Virtual Learning Environment first time round: In: Netties 2004 Conference: IT, Knowledge, Education, Cooperation and Collaboration, Budapest, 27-29 October 2004.

2005

Research Methods in Management. “Formal Report Writing” (part of the Essential Guide) was adapted by Geoff Lancaster and published as Appendix V within his book (ISBN 0750662123). The Harvard reference for this can be found below.

Hollyhead A. (2003) in Lancaster, G. (2005) Research Methods in Management, Elsevier Butterworth Heinman, Oxford, pp 251-254.

2006

Seminar presentation to Open University Department of Computing. In March 2006 I presented a lunchtime seminar covering two of my research interests, the use of Virtual Learning Environments, and blogs in higher education. A copy of the presentation can be found here.

A paper written with Sharon Cox about the use of Blogs in undergraduate teaching was accepted by the SIGSAND Symposium in Galway in June 2006, the Harvard reference for this can be found below.

Hollyhead, A. & Cox, S. A. (2006) “Using Blogs to Encourage Reflection in the Undergraduate Teaching of Internet Application Development”, Proceedings of the AIS SIGAND European Symposium on Systems Analysis and Design: Practice and Education, held in Association with IFIP WG8.6 Conference and Organisational Resilience, 6 June, Ireland, pp47-55.

An entry was written with Sharon Cox for the Encyclopedia of Information Technology Curriculum Integration Volume II. This was published in early 2008, the Harvard reference for this can be found below.

Cox, S & Hollyhead, A, “Towards a Dimensional Model of the Stages of Online Learning” In Tomei, L.A., Morris, R. (Ed.) Encyclopedia of Information Technology Curriculum Integration Volume II, Idea Group Publishing, USA.

2007

A paper written with Sharon Cox was presented at ICEL 2007 at Columbia University, New York. The title of the paper is “Critical Success Factors to Engage Reflection in Education: Professional Development of Educators and Students” and builds on the work submitted at the SIGSAND Symposium, The Harvard reference for this can be found below.

Cox, S & Hollyhead, A. (2008). “Critical Success Factors to Engage Reflection in Education: Professional Development of Educators and Students”, Proceedings of the International Conference on E-Learning 2007 (ICEL 2007). 27– 28 June, Columbia University, New York.

 2009

Another paper written with Sharon Cox was accepted and published in the proceedings of ICERI 2009.

Cox, S & Hollyhead, A. (2009). “The Development of Student Blogging in Higher Education”, in ICERI 2009 (Proceedings)

2011

A poster presentation titled “A small scale study of Motivational drivers for embarking upon professional doctorate study within UK
Higher Education.” was presented at ICPD2.

Hollyhead, A. (2011). “A small scale study of Motivational drivers for embarking upon professional doctorate study within UK
Higher Education.”, in the proceedings of the Second International Conference on Professional Doctorates (ICPD2).

A paper based on my early PhD work was submitted to the Online Educational Research Journal.

Hollyhead, A., To what extent can Technology Enhanced Learning help universities support International Students throughout their studies? Online Educational Research Journal – The Evolution of the eJournal. Available at: http://www.oerj.org/View?action=viewPaper&paper=34 [Accessed September 16, 2011].
Another paper has been submitted to OERJ, and is undergoing peer review.
Hollyhead, A., A case study approach to evaluate a vocationally focused virtual environment.  Online Educational Research Journal – The Evolution of the eJournal. Available at: http://www.oerj.org/View?action=viewPaper&paper=38 [Accessed December 13, 2011].

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