Our full-time research team at LJMU now consists of Kate Litherland, Simon Morris and Agustina Martìnez-Garcia. Fran Tracy, in Education Studies at LJMU, is also involved in most of our work, and we continue to work and write with Patrick Carmichael at the University of Stirling. We continue to encourage LJMU students to be involved in our ‘design in use’ and evaluation processes.
Recent highlights include:
Agustina Martinez-Garcia, Simon Morris, Michael Tscholl, Frances Tracy, Patrick Carmichael, ‘Case Based Learning, Pedagogical Innovation and Semantic Web Technologies‘, IEEE Transactions on Learning Technologies, 05 Dec. 2011. IEEE computer Society Digital Library. IEEE Computer Society
Carmichael W.P. and Litherland K. 2012.‘Transversality and Innovation: Prospects for E-Learning‘. In Surviving Economic Crises through Education. New York: Peter Lang
A special edition of Technology, Pedagogy and Education (June 2012)
We are also currently writing a book entitled ‘Improving Case Based Learning in Higher Education: Utilizing Semantic Web Technologies’, for publication in 2013