Publications

EMBRACE THE TECHNOLOGY

Dunn, L. (2017) Embrace the technology: digital learning and teaching is the responsibility for all. Teaching Scotland, 67, pp. 18-19.

TEACHING AND DIGITAL TECHNOLOGIES: BIG ISSUES AND CRITICAL QUESTIONS

Dunn, L. (2016) Teaching and digital technologies: big issues and critical questions, edited by M. Henderson, and G. Romeo. Curriculum Journal, (doi:10.1080/09585176.2016.1180026) [Book Review] (Early Online Publication)

IMPACT OF CHANGE ON ATTITUDES, SKILLS AND PROFESSIONAL LEARNING REQUIREMENTS

McLaren, S. V., and Dunn, L. (2016) Impact of change on Attitudes, Skills and Professional Learning Requirements: Survey of secondary teachers of Craft, Design, Engineering and Graphics. Other. University of Glasgow.

THE FUTURE AFFORDANCES OF DIGITAL LEARNING AND TEACHING WITHIN THE SCHOOL OF EDUCATION

Dunn, L. (2016) The Future Affordances of Digital Learning and Teaching within The School of Education. Discussion Paper. The university of Glasgow.

ANALYSIS OF DIGITAL MEDIA: SUPPORTING UNIVERSITY-WIDE ONLINE LEARNING VIA MOODLE

Dunn, L., Dickson, B., Trinder, J., Kerr, J., and Andrews, M. (2015) Analysis of Digital Media: Supporting University-Wide Online Learning via Moodle. Project Report. University of Glasgow, Glasgow.

SOCIAL MEDIA AS A PROFESSIONAL MEDIUM: AN EQUILIBRIUM OF ENTHUSIASM AND PROTECTION FOR STUDENT TEACHERS

Dunn, L. (2015) Social Media as a Professional Medium: An Equilibrium of Enthusiasm and Protection for Student Teachers. In: Social Media for Learning in Higher Education, Sheffield, England, 16th Dec 2015.

TEACHING IN HIGHER EDUCATION: CAN SOCIAL MEDIA ENHANCE THE LEARNING EXPERIENCE?

Dunn, L. (2013) Teaching in higher education: can social media enhance the learning experience? In: 6th Annual University of Glasgow Learning and Teaching Conference, Glasgow, UK, 19th Apr 2013.

USING SOCIAL MEDIA TO ENHANCE LEARNING AND TEACHING

Dunn, L. (2013) Using social media to enhance learning and teaching. In: Social Media 2013: 18th International Conference on Education and Technology, Hong Kong, China, 1-3 Aug 2013.

POWERFUL PARTNERSHIPS: ENHANCING THE STUDENT EXPERIENCE THROUGH CAREER LONG PROFESSIONAL LEARNING

Dunn, L., and Andrew, M. (2013) Powerful partnerships: enhancing the student experience through career long professional learning [Poster]. In: HEA Annual Conference, Warwick, UK, 3-4 July 2013.

EDUCATION APPLICATIONS AND NEW DEVELOPMENTS

Carmo, M. et al. (2014) Education Applications and New Developments [online]. http://insciencepress.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/05/ISP_Education-Applications-Developments-Book.pdf (last accessed 31.08.2015) Editing Committee.

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