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Gibbs, P., Cartney, P., Wilkinson, K., Parkinson, J., Cunningham, S., James-Reynolds, C., Zoubir, T., Brown, V., Barter, P., Sumner, P. and MacDonald, A., (2016). Literature review on the use of action research in higher education. Educational Action Research, pp.1-20.

Brathwaite, B. and Dayananda, A. (2013) ‘Student life - Tapping into technology: Harnessing social media can enhance essential nursing qualities’.Nursing Standard, vol. 28, no.6, p.6. [Online] Available here.

Gallacher, D., Mimirinis, M., Chapman, A., Torrance, N. & Ryder, A. (2013) Assessing with ease. London: Centre for Learning and Teaching Enhancement, Middlesex University.

Hager, J. M., Basiel, A., Howarth, M. and Zoubir, T., (2013) Using the Phoebe pedagogic planner to enhance student learning and engagement in undergraduate psychology courses. In: Wankel, C. and Blessinger, P. eds. Increasing student engagement and retention using classroom technologies: classroom response systems and mediated discourse technologies. Cutting-Edge Technologies in Higher Education (6E). Emerald Group Publishing Limited. pp. 47-79.

Terrell, I. and Zoubir, T., (2013). A case study of the tensions and triumphs in building an online learning community. In: Sutton, B. and Basiel, A. eds. 2013.Teaching and Learning Online: New Models of Learning for a Connected World. New York: Routledge. Ch.10.

Dayananda, A. and Ryder, A. (2012) ‘Using e-workbooks with health care students in Higher Education.’, Making the case: More effective practice with PebblePad. June 2012, Telford, UK, Published by Pebble Learning Ltd, pp.24-31. [Online].
Chilton, S. and Macdonald, K. (2011) Social Media for Dissemination: Reflections on using a range of tools to disseminate events at a learning and teaching conference, Middlesex Journal of Educational Technology

Dayananda, A. and Ryder, A. (2011) ‘From traditional face to face sessions, workshops and conferences to online hands on experiential staff development. Online Educational Alternatives Course.’, Best Practice Guide:Engaging Hearts and Minds. Engaging with Academics in the use of Technology Enhanced Learning. December 2011, Oxford, UK, pp. 31-37. [Online]. Available Runner up for Engaging Hearts and Minds best case study). Available here.

Anagnostopoulou, K. and Parmar, D. (Eds) (2010) Supporting the First Year Student Experience through the Use of Learning Technologies. Middlesex University & The Higher Education Academy. Available here.

Anagnostopoulou, K., Parmar, D. and Priego-Hernandez, J. (2009) An exploration of perceptions of learning and e-learning held by students who withdraw and those who persist with UK higher education. Brookes e-Journal of learning and teaching, 2 (4). Available here.

Anagnostopoulou, K., Parmar, D., and Priego-Hernandez, J. (2008) Final Report to the HEA: Managing Connections: Using e-Learning tracking Information to improve retention rates in higher education. Available here.

Mimirinis, M. & Bhattacharya, M. (2007) Design of Virtual Learning Environments for Deep Learning. Journal of Interactive Learning Research. 18 (1), pp. 55-64.

Chapman, A., Parmar, D., and Trotter, E. (2006) An evaluation of the first year experience from the mature students’ perspective; a multi-institutional comparison. Practitioner Research in Higher Education, 1(1), 15-19.

Parmar, D. (2006) The First Year Experience: Approaches to Enhancement. Educational Developments, SEDA. 9.1, 24-26.