jeff haywood - recent publications
 

 

Woodgate, A; Macleod, H.; Scott, A. M. & Haywood, J. (2015). Differences in online study behaviour between sub-populations of mooc learners. Educación XX1, 18(2), 147-163, doi:10.5944/educXX1.13461   online article  

     

Haywood, J (2015), ‘Might MOOCs Still Be Disruptive?’, Essay in The Europa World of Learning 2016, Abingdon, Routledge, 2015. ISBN 9781857437683

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Haywood J, Woodgate A & Dewhurst D (2015), ‘Reflections of an early MOOC provider: Achievements and future directions’ In MOOCs & Open Education Around the World, Eds Bonk CJ, Lee MM, Reeves TC & Reynolds TH, Routledge

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Haywood, J & Macleod, H (2014) 'To MOOC or not to MOOC? University decision-making and agile governance for educational innovation', in 'Massive Open Onlone Courses: the MOOC revolution', ed Kim, P. Routledge pp46-60   pre-print PDF download  

     
Robin Rice, Cuna Ekmekcioglu, Jeff Haywood, Sarah Jones, Stuart Lewis, Stuart Macdonald, Tony Weir (2013), 'Implementing the Research Data Management Policy: University of Edinburgh Roadmap' , Intl J Digital Curation, Vol 8 (2)   online article  

     
'MOOCs @ Edinburgh 2013: Report #1' Issue Date: 10-May-2013 Publisher: The University of Edinburgh Abstract: A report summarising the experience of the University of Edinburgh of offering our first 6 massive open online courses (MOOCs) in partnership with Coursera.   online article  

     
various chapters in Camillieri, A & Tannhauser, A-C (2012), 'Open Learning Recognition - taking OER a step further', pub EFQUEL, ISBN 9789082020502   PDF download  

     
Montes, R, Gea, M & Haywood, J (2013), 'Reconocimiento del apprendizaje abierto en las universidades tradicionales', Journal for Educators, Teachers & Trainers, Vol 4(2)   PDF download  

     
Robin Rice, Jeff Haywood (2011) 'Research Data Management Initiatives at University of Edinburgh', Intl J Digital Curation, Vol. 6, No. 2, pp. 232-244   online article  

     
Haywood, J (2008), "Walking a tightrope: IT strategies for supporting university research, teaching & administration", Proceedings of the 30th Conference of Information Technology Interfaces, Cavtat, Croatia, IEEE ISSN 1334-2762    

     
Judy Hardy, Denise Haywood, Simon Bates, Jessie Paterson, Susan Rhind, Hamish Macleod and Jeff Haywood, 'Expectations and Reality: Exploring the use of learning technologies across the disciplines', Sixth International Conference on Networked Learning (2008) ISBN No: 978-1-86220-206-1    

     
J. Haywood (2007) "Enhancing Student Mobility in a Digital World", in "Enhancing Student Mobility In A Digital World Sharing Experiences In An Enlarged Europe", Eds Haywood, J. & Mettinger, A.    

     
N. Mogey, G. Sarab, J. Haywood, S. van Heyningen, D. Dewhurst, D. Hounsell & R. Neilson (2007) "The end of handwriting? Using computers in traditional essay examinations." JCAL 24(1): 39-46    

 
 
Haywood, J. et al (2007) "Researching Student Mobility in a Digital World", Proceedings of the Xth Conference of the European Distance Education Network, Naples, June 2007    

 
 
Haywood, D., Haywood, J. et al (2007) "Student Mobility in a Digital World", Final Report of the VICTORIOUS Project, School of Education, University of Edinburgh ISBN 978-0-9555414-1-4    

 
 
Haywood, J., Tosh, D. & Budley-Edwards, B. (2007), ‘e-Portfolio: supporting a European route to adult basic skills certification’, in ‘Perspectives on ePortfolios’ Published by the Institute for Educational Research and Agora Center, University of Jyväskylä. ISBN tba978-951-39-2879-7    

 
 
Haywood, D., & Haywood, J. (2003), "ICT Skills of Students in European Universities: SEUSSIS Project Final Report", School of Education, University of Edinburgh ISBN 978-0-9555414-0-7    

 
 
Melis, E., Haywood, J. & Smith, T. J. (2006), “The LeActiveMath System”, in ‘Innovative Approaches for Learning and Knowledge Sharing’, Proceedings of First European Conference on Technology Enhanced Learning, EC-TEL 2006 Crete, Greece, October 1-4, 2006. Springer Berlin / Heidelberg. ISBN 978-3-540-45777-0    

 
 
Littleton, F., Haywood, J. & Macleod, H. (2006), ‘Influence of videogame play on a student’s approach to learning’ in ‘Digital Game Based Learning’, eds Burmeister, M., Gerhard, D. & Thissen, F. Universtatsverlag Karlsruhe, Karlsruhe, Germany ISBN3-86644-010-3    

 
 
 
Tosh, D., Werdmuller, B., Chen, H., Penny Light, T. & Haywood J., (2006), ‘The Learning Landscape: A Conceptual Framework for ePortfolios’ in Handbook of Research on ePortfolios, Eds. Jafari & Kauffman, Pub. Idea Group Inc. ISBN 1-59140-890-3    

 
 
 
Sarah Nicholson, Hamish Macleod, and Jeff Haywood (2005), "e-Learning; Who is leading whom, and where might the road be going?" , Human-Computer Interactions 2005, Las Vegas    

 
     
‘Engagement with Electronic Portfolios: Challenges from the Student Perspective’, Tosh, D., Penny Light, T., Fleming, K. & Haywood, J. (2005), Canadian Journal of Learning & Technology 31(3) Special Issue on E-Porfolios    

 
 
 
Haywood, D., Haywood, J. & Macleod, H. (2006) ,‘Graduate e-Literacies and Employability’, in ‘Literacies for Learning in the Digital Age’, Eds. Martin, A. & Madigan, D. Pub. Facet, London. ISBN 1-85604-563-3    

 
 
 
J Haywood, D Haywood, H Macleod, N Mogey & W Alexander (2004), 'The Student View of ICT in Education at the University of Edinburgh : skills, attitudes & expectations'. In Cook, J. (Ed). "Blues Skies & Pragmatism: learning technologies for the next decade." Research Proceedings of the 11th Association for Learning Technology Conference (ALT-C 2004). pp 229-245. ISBN 0-95458701-4    

 
 
Hamish Macleod, Jeff Haywood & Denise Haywood (2003), "Survey of Freshers’ ICT Experience & Attitudes", University of Edinburgh, October 2003,    

 
 
Jeff Haywood, Hamish Macleod, Denise Haywood, Nora Mogey & Wilma Alexander (2004), "Student Views of E-Learning: A Survey of University of Edinburgh WebCT Users 2004",    

 
 
Hamish Macleod, Denise Haywood, Jeff Haywood & Charles Anderson (2002), "Gender and ICT - a 10 year study of new undergraduates",Techtrends 46(6):11-15    

 
 
   
 
   
 

 

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