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STEM educational engagement through competition, sport and wearable technology (2022)
Presentation / Conference
James, D., Lee, J., Ohgi, Y., Petrone, N., Willis, C., Ferrier, B., …Parker, J. (2022, June). STEM educational engagement through competition, sport and wearable technology. Poster presented at International Sports Engineering Association: The Engineering of Sport 14, Purdue University, US

The new feeling rules of emotion work in heterosexual couple relationships (2022)
Journal Article
McQueen, F. (in press). The new feeling rules of emotion work in heterosexual couple relationships. Emotions and Society,

This article suggests that new feeling rules of intimacy within heterosexual couple relationships are widely recognised and reflect the contention that an androgynisation of the value of emotion is taking place (Illouz, 2008) whereby men are expected... Read More about The new feeling rules of emotion work in heterosexual couple relationships.

What's in a Cake: Diversity, Inclusivity and Interculturality (2022)
Presentation / Conference
Victoria, M., & Smith, D. (2022, June). What's in a Cake: Diversity, Inclusivity and Interculturality. Paper presented at Future Visualities: Visual Methods & Ethnography in Interdisciplinary Research, Edinburgh Napier University

Food, death and taxes have been claimed by anthropologists as some of the factors that are common to all human beings. Food is considered an important marker of identity and cultural membership (Brulotte & Di Giovine 2014). In this public engagement... Read More about What's in a Cake: Diversity, Inclusivity and Interculturality.

Evolving ecologies in digital education - A perspective from Scotland (2022)
Presentation / Conference
Drumm, L., & Zike, J. (2022, May). Evolving ecologies in digital education - A perspective from Scotland. Paper presented at Irish Learning Technology Association’s Annual Conference ‘EdTech 2022’, University College Cork

Ecosystems balance in a delicate dynamic of motion and change. When hit with a disturbance, an ecosystem's resilience is tested and any vacuum quickly filled by those well-suited to the new conditions. The ecologies wherein teaching occurs in higher... Read More about Evolving ecologies in digital education - A perspective from Scotland.

An exploration of academic identity through the COVID-19 pandemic (2022)
Journal Article
Smith, S., Plum, K., Taylor-Smith, E., & Fabian, K. (in press). An exploration of academic identity through the COVID-19 pandemic. Journal of Further and Higher Education, https://doi.org/10.1080/0309877X.2022.2072194

The COVID-19 global pandemic precipitated migration to online learning and teaching for students and universities. This study explored the change in self-identification in an academic role through the significant disruption caused by the urgent migra... Read More about An exploration of academic identity through the COVID-19 pandemic.

Graffiti, Place and Society (2022)
Presentation / Conference
Victoria, M. (2022, May). Graffiti, Place and Society. Paper presented at TBS Research Seminar, Edinburgh Napier University

‘DON’T KIL URSELF’. ‘ YOU SHALL OVERCOME.’ The impetus for this study comes from serendipitous encounters with certain types of graffiti around Edinburgh during the covid-19 pandemic. Using walking and photography as data collection methods, I drew... Read More about Graffiti, Place and Society.

Tertiary Education in a Warming World (2022)
Report
Kelly, O., Illingworth, S., Butera, F., Steinberger, J., Blaise, M., Dawson, V., …Cowman, S. (2022). Tertiary Education in a Warming World. Worldwide Universities Network

Higher education institutes have a critical role to play in driving the scientific, political, technological, and cultural change needed to avoid the worst-case climate change scenarios, and in advancing the societal adaptive capacities needed to mee... Read More about Tertiary Education in a Warming World.

A Reflective Case Study on using Team Academy principles to integrate a university-based business incubator service into the mainstream curriculum (2022)
Book Chapter
Wu, W., Tan, H., & Miller Judd, P. (2022). A Reflective Case Study on using Team Academy principles to integrate a university-based business incubator service into the mainstream curriculum. In B. Urzelai, & E. Vettraino (Eds.), Team Academy in Diverse Settings. (1). London: Routledge. https://doi.org/10.4324/9781003163176

The fast-changing world requires graduates equipped with the entrepreneurial skills necessary to solve real-world challenges. University based business incubators have largely been regarded as production units for new businesses and existing academic... Read More about A Reflective Case Study on using Team Academy principles to integrate a university-based business incubator service into the mainstream curriculum.

Shining a brighter light on groupwork (2022)
Journal Article
Meldrum, S. (2022). Shining a brighter light on groupwork. Career Matters, 10(1), 32-33

Career development groupwork has long been delivered alongside one-to-one interventions in a range of different settings. Unlike one-to-one interventions, little attention has been paid to developing groupwork models which both channel the skill set... Read More about Shining a brighter light on groupwork.

Midwifery Practice and Education in Antwerp: Forecasting Its Future With Scenario Planning (2022)
Journal Article
Bleijenbergh, R., Mestdagh, E., & Kuipers, Y. J. (2022). Midwifery Practice and Education in Antwerp: Forecasting Its Future With Scenario Planning. Journal of Continuing Education in Nursing, 53(1), 21-29. https://doi.org/10.3928/00220124-20211210-07

Background: Midwifery across the world is facing changes and uncertainties. By recognizing plausible future options, a contemporary and strategic scope of midwifery practice and education can be established. The city of Antwerp, Belgium, was the indi... Read More about Midwifery Practice and Education in Antwerp: Forecasting Its Future With Scenario Planning.

How are we positioning degree apprenticeships? Analysis of adverts (2021)
Conference Proceeding
Fabian, K., Taylor-Smith, E., & Smith, S. (2021). How are we positioning degree apprenticeships? Analysis of adverts. In SRHE International Conference on Research into Higher Education

Degree apprentices are recruited by employers, rather than universities, reflecting their status as paid employees, first and foremost. This study analysed job adverts for IT degree apprenticeship roles to investigate the: skills, attributes, and qua... Read More about How are we positioning degree apprenticeships? Analysis of adverts.

Degree Apprentices’ Lockdown Survey: Reflections on working and studying from home (2021)
Conference Proceeding
Taylor-Smith, E., & Fabian, K. (2021). Degree Apprentices’ Lockdown Survey: Reflections on working and studying from home. In SRHE International Conference on Research into Higher Education

During the first UK lockdown period, degree apprentices in two universities in Scotland were invited to complete a short qualitative survey with their reflections on starting to work and study from home. They were encouraged to complete the survey o... Read More about Degree Apprentices’ Lockdown Survey: Reflections on working and studying from home.

Digital Pedagogy & Learning Design (2021)
Presentation / Conference
Drumm, L. (2021, November). Digital Pedagogy & Learning Design. Paper presented at The EdTech & Digital Learning Conference, Online

Bleeding Free – advocacy and activism in the production of a student led documentary on period poverty and menstrual health education (2021)
Presentation / Conference
MacLeod, K. (2021, October). Bleeding Free – advocacy and activism in the production of a student led documentary on period poverty and menstrual health education. Paper presented at Menstruation in the Media (in collaboration with Menstruation Research Network), Sheffield Halam University

This paper will discuss the a university produced social impact documentary, Bleeding Free, produced by an advocacy and impact collective, Bleedin Saor . The collective (meaning Bleeding Free in Scots & Gaelic) aimed to increase access to period prod... Read More about Bleeding Free – advocacy and activism in the production of a student led documentary on period poverty and menstrual health education.

Transparadigming or Methodological Promiscuity: Analysing the verbal, the visual and the digital in Applied Linguistics research (2021)
Presentation / Conference
Victoria, M. (2021, September). Transparadigming or Methodological Promiscuity: Analysing the verbal, the visual and the digital in Applied Linguistics research. Paper presented at Doing Research in Applied Linguistics 4, Online

The aim of this presentation is to show how moving across, beyond and through disciplinary boundaries and methodological approaches can open up new ways of seeing and knowing in Applied Linguistics research. The study was conducted at a university in... Read More about Transparadigming or Methodological Promiscuity: Analysing the verbal, the visual and the digital in Applied Linguistics research.

Conclusion: Interculturality and the English Language Classroom—Intercultural Approaches and Moving Forward (2021)
Book Chapter
Sangiamchit, C., & Victoria, M. (2021). Conclusion: Interculturality and the English Language Classroom—Intercultural Approaches and Moving Forward. In M. Victoria, & C. Sangiamchit (Eds.), Interculturality and the English Language Classroom (283-294). Cham: Palgrave Macmillan. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-76757-0

This chapter highlights the major issues and practical approaches of interculturality in English language teaching. It also sums up the lessons learnt from the contributions to this volume. It proposes future directions for policy, practices and rese... Read More about Conclusion: Interculturality and the English Language Classroom—Intercultural Approaches and Moving Forward.

Introduction: Interculturality and the English Language Classroom (2021)
Book Chapter
Victoria, M., & Sangiamchit, C. (2021). Introduction: Interculturality and the English Language Classroom. In M. Victoria, & C. Sangiamchit (Eds.), Interculturality and the English Language Classroom (1-23). Cham: Palgrave Macmillan. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-76757-0_1

This chapter explores the notion of interculturality and how it can be effectively integrated in the teaching of English as a foreign/second language. English, the undisputed global lingua franca, is the most widely used language for intercultural co... Read More about Introduction: Interculturality and the English Language Classroom.