Richard Walker
Richard Walker
Head of Programme Design and Learning Technology, University of York
Adresse e-mail validée de york.ac.uk
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A longitudinal perspective regarding the use of VLEs by higher education institutions in the United Kingdom
T Browne, M Jenkins, R Walker
Interactive Learning Environments 14 (2), 177-192, 2006
2072006
2014 Survey of Technology Enhanced Learning for higher education in the UK.
R Walker, J Voce, J Nicholls, E Swift, J Ahmed, S Horrigan, V Phil
Universities and Colleges Information Systems Association, 2014
141*2014
2008 Survey of Technology Enhanced Learning for higher education in the UK
T Browne, R Hewitt, M Jenkins, R Walker
UCISA, 2008
1412008
2016 Survey of Technology Enhanced Learning for higher education in the UK
R Walker, J Voce, E Swift, J Ahmed, M Jenkins, P Vincent
https://www.ucisa.ac.uk/bestpractice/surveys/tel/tel.aspx, 2016
139*2016
Survey of Technology Enhanced Learning for Higher Education in the UK
R Walker, J Voce, J Ahmed
Oxford: Universities and Colleges Information Systems Association. Accessed …, 2012
1302012
The development of technology enhanced learning: findings from a 2008 survey of UK higher education institutions
M Jenkins, T Browne, R Walker, R Hewitt
Interactive Learning Environments 19 (5), 447-465, 2011
872011
VLE Surveys: A longitudinal perspective between March 2001, March 2003 and March 2005 for higher education in the United Kingdom
M Jenkins, T Browne, R Walker
UCISA. Retrieved March 3, 2006, 2005
83*2005
E-based solutions to support intercultural business ethics instruction: An exploratory approach in course design and delivery
R Walker, R Jeurissen
Journal of Business Ethics 48 (1), 113-126, 2003
432003
Charting the development of technology-enhanced learning developments across the UK higher education sector: A longitudinal perspective (2001–2012)
R Walker, J Voce, M Jenkins
Interactive Learning Environments 24 (3), 438-455, 2016
322016
Introducing Group‐Based Asynchronous Learning to Business Education. Reflections on Effective Course Design and Delivery
R Walker, I Arnold
Educational media international 41 (3), 253-265, 2004
272004
2018 Survey of Technology Enhanced Learning for Higher Education in the UK.
R Walker, J Voce, M Jenkins, M Barrand, L Hollinshead, A Craik, F Latif, ...
10.13140/RG.2.2.21585.58723, 2018
23*2018
Effecting institutional change through e-learning: An implementation model for VLE deployment at the University of York
L Beastall, R Walker
Journal of Organisational Transformation & Social Change 3 (3), 285-299, 2007
192007
Instructional design for class-based and computer-mediated learning: Creating the right blend for student-centred learning
R Walker, W Baets
Applied e-learning and e-teaching in higher education, 244-264, 2009
172009
Designing for learner engagement with computer-based testing
R Walker, Z Handley
Research in learning technology 24, 2016
162016
The rhetoric and reality of technology-enhanced learning developments in UK higher education: reflections on recent UCISA research findings (2012–2016)
R Walker, M Jenkins, J Voce
Interactive Learning Environments 26 (7), 858-868, 2018
122018
Achieving flexibility? The rhetoric and reality of the role of learning technologies in UK higher education
M Jenkins, R Walker, J Voce
Proceedings ascilite 2014, 544-548, 2014
122014
Peer Observation for Online Distance Learning Tutors: Creating the Conditions for Effective Peer Exchange
R Walker
European Journal of Open, Distance and E-Learning, 2015
112015
Designing a Virtual Environment for Management Education: A learner-centred approach
R Walker, W Baets
Indian Journal of Open Learning (ISSN: 0971-2690) 9 (3), 299-318, 2010
10*2010
Making wikis work: how do we create the conditions for effective collaborative learning
W Britcliffe, R Walker
ALT-C 2007, 91-92, 2007
102007
Integrating on-line assessment with class-based teaching and learning: a preliminary study of the AiM marking system
R Walker, G Delius
Loughborough University, 2004
102004
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