Graduated PhD Students

A selection of LSRI graduates

Ahmet Durgonez                        Teachers’ Use of Social Media: Exploring Implications of Interpersonal Relations between Teachers and Middle School Students in Turkey

Andy Coverdale                          Digitally Mediated Doctoral Practices,  Identities and Agencies

Carmen Tomás-García               The role of text segmentation in authentic foreign language learning

Cherry Poussa                            Designing and evaluating virtual persuasive agents in providing social support for web-based learning self-efficacy in nurse education.

Dimitrios Panagiatopolos          Drawing in anatomy education: exploring its role in teaching and assessment

Elaine Haywood                         Can children create mind maps as planning tools for writing

Giulia Gelmini                            Drawing and reciprocal questioning enhance collaborative story telling

Helen Frost                              A Reconceptualisation of Higher Education Marketing: An Aid to Recruitment for Marginalised Courses and Marginalised Students from a UK Elite Institution Perspective

Jacob Habgood                           The effective integration of digital games and learning content

Jamilah Mohammed Alamri      Exploring Perceptions of the Interpersonal Relations and the Nature of Online Communication Between Instructors and Students: A Mixed Method Case Study of Women in a  Saudi Institution

Jessica Mason                            Narrative Interrelation: A Cognitive Model of Intertextuality and it’s Application to the Study of Literature

Maddy Halliwell                        Optimizing the integration of visual resources with lecturers’ spoken expositions during lecture slideshows in undergraduate psychology

Marije Van Amelsvoort             Collaborative argumentation based learning

Matthew McFall                        Exploring Wonder and Learning

Natasa Lackovic                         Image-based concept inquiry (IBCI) in Higher Education: digital pictures supporting the development of abstract concept understanding.

Rafael Marques de Albuquerqu  Digital game education: designing interventions to encourage players’ informed reflections on their digital gaming practices.

Ralph Barthel                            Collaborative Knowledge Building through multi-path video Construction

Riad Saba                                   Language Learning in Virtual Worlds

Sarah Lewthwaite                      Accessibility & Digital Inclusion Methodological developments in user involvement and participatory research: The use of technologies by adults with severe learning disabilities

Sherriden Masters                     Evaluating the Impact of Anonymity on Classroom Discussion

Terry O’Brien                              Exploring the Mappings between the Symbolic and Approximate Number Systems

Tim Jay                                       Explaining individual differences in strategy variability amongst secondary school mathematics students

Ulises Xolocotzin                        Emotion understanding during computer-supported collaboration

Wang Tong                                 E-Learners and Learner Support for Tertiary English Language Online Education in China

Yang Yang                                  Social software supported children’s education out of school: informality and transition of learning.

Yin juan Shao (Peggy)                Mobile group blogging in learning