Ecochard, S., & Fotheringham, J. (in press). Researching international students: methodological challenges of rebel data. International Student Experience Journal, ISSN 2397-3072
This paper presents findings from a small scale study into the attitudes and preferences of international students for support provision at a Scottish Higher Education institu...
Smith, S., Smith, C., Taylor-Smith, E., & Fotheringham, J. (2017). Towards graduate employment: exploring student identity through a university-wide employability project. Journal of Further and Higher Education, (1-13). doi:10.1080/0309877x.2017.1390077. ISSN 0309-877X
Students have expectations of their university education leading to graduate careers, with universities investing considerable resources in institution-wide initiatives design...
Ecochard, S., & Fotheringham, J. (2017). International Students’ Unique Challenges – Why Understanding International Transitions to Higher Education Matters. Journal of Perspectives in Applied Academic Practice, 5(2), (100-108). doi:10.14297/jpaap.v5i2.261. ISSN 2051-9788
International students represent a large and increasing share of the diversity encountered on British campuses, with 19% of the student body coming from another country to stu...
Smith, S., Smith, C., Taylor-Smith, E. & Fotheringham, J. (2016). In search of graduate employability: An exploration of student identity. Asia-Pacific Journal of Cooperative Education. 18(1), 15-24
Universities are adopting institution-wide projects to increase student work placements and work-related learning across all subject disciplines. However, there are large vari...
Fotheringham, J. & James, K. (2016). Modelling pedagogic innovation in a Postgraduate Certificate in Learning and Teaching: risks and vulnerabilities. In Penman, C. & Foster, M. (Eds.). Innovations in Learning and Teaching. https://merchistonpublishing.com/innovations-in-learning-and-teaching/: Merchiston Publishing
This chapter explores the choices and decisions made during the redevelopment of a new Postgraduate Certificate in Learning and Teaching, aimed at new higher education academi...
Šliogerienė, J., Valūnaitė Oleškevičienė, G., Fotheringham, J., & Palfreyman, K. J. (2014). Social Media Adoption in Adult Education ‒ Administrators' Experience. Public Policy and Administration, 13(4), (690-703). doi:10.13165/VPA-14-13-4-11. ISSN 0952-0767
The rapid development of social media poses a multitude of considerations on this technology adoption. The emphasis in literature is put mainly on student or teacher perspecti...
Fotheringham, J., & Smyth, K. (2013). Student generated content: pedagogy and practice. Social Media: Challenges and opportunities for education in modern society: Research Papers, 1(1), (5-8). ISSN 2335-738X
Digitally supported pedagogical approaches made possible by developments in technology, and in particular by Web 2.0, are continuing to create new opportunities for learning, ...
(2012). J. Šliogerinė, G. V. Oleškevičienė, & J. Fotheringham (Eds.), Social media: challenges and opportunities for education in modern society. Mykolas Romeris University
Fotheringham, J. & Alder, E. (2012). Getting the Message: supporting students’ transition from Higher National to degree level study and the role of mobile technologies. Electronic Journal of eLearning. 10, 331-341. ISSN 1479-4403
In this paper, we explore roles that mobile technologies can play in supporting students’ transition to second and third year of university degree study, specifically along ar...
Smyth, K., Whitton, N., & Fotheringham, J. (2011). Write-TEL (Writing for Publication in Technology Enhanced Learning). UCISA, (51-58)
The Write-TEL project sought to provide a well structured, online supported opportunity for a group of educators from different institutions to write up one of their own techn...
Fotheringham, J. & Smyth, K. (2010). Using social media in education: for tutors in Centres. CIPD Website
Fotheringham, J., Strickland, K. & Aitchison, K. (2011). Curriculum: directions, decisions and debate. Developing and Supporting the Curriculum
The purpose of this paper is to provide an overview of the factors which may effect, stimulate or be the cause of curriculum changes in higher education (HE) in Scotland. This...
Meharg, D., & Fotheringham, J. (2016). Partnership and preparation: a new model of transition from college to university. In Equality and diversity in learning and teaching in higher education : Papers from Equality Challenge Unit and Higher Education Academy joint conferences, 102-112
Widening participation in higher education continues to be a key focus for Scottish government and the 2013 Post-16 Education (Scotland) Act places obligations upon Universiti...
James, K. & Fortheringham, J. (2016). Higher Education Sector Engagement with Higher Education Academy Fellowship. In Converging Concepts in Global Higher Education Research: Local, national and international Perspectives
Considering a historical perspective that looks briefly at higher education changes influenced by government ideological direction is useful for understanding higher education...
Fotheringham, J., & Stupart, A. (2014). Dr Who and the Curriculum Planners: early observations from a longitudinal study of Associate Students’ transition to University. In International Conference on Enhancement and Innovation in Higher Education : conference materials, 351-360
This paper explores early observations from a longitudinal study of second year Associate Students studying HNs in colleges prior to making their way to university for third a...
Fotheringham, J., & Aitchison, K. (2012). Curriculum-as-vehicle - a journey explored. In Enhancement and Innovation in Higher Education conference 11-13 June 2013 : conference materials, 288-295
This paper presents an account of curriculum development and change which is set in an institutional, national and international context. Parallels and divergences in principl...
Fotheringham, J., Strickland, K., & Aitchison, K. (2012). Developing and Supporting the Curriculum : Curriculum: Directions, decisions and debate
This paper provides an overview of the factors which may effect, stimulate or be the cause of curriculum changes in higher education in Scotland. This overview leads to a seri...
Fotheringham, J., & Mowat, E. (2011). Peer-to-peer, the full cycle: investigating online peer assessment. In H. Beldhuis (Ed.), The proceedings of the 11th European Conference on e-Learning, 150-157
The value of peer assessment lies in its potential to offer meaningful and engaging learning experiences to students through their involvement as active participants in markin...
Smyth, K., Bruce, S. D., Fotheringham, J. & Mainka, C. (2011). Benchmark for the use of technology in modules
Fotheringham, J., & Emily, A. (2010). Message of Support: Using mobile technologies to support the transition of students on articulation routes from Higher National level to degree. In S. Greener, & A. Rospigliosi (Eds.), Proceedings of the 10th European Conference on e-Learning, 266-273
This paper explores the role mobile technologies can play in supporting students' transition to second and third year of university degree study along articulation routes from...
Smith, S., Smith, C., Taylor-Smith, E., Fotheringham, J. & Dencer-Brown, I. (2016, June). Exploring student identity through a university-wide graduate employability initiative. Paper presented at WACE International Research Symposium, Victoria, Canada
Universities are adopting institution-wide projects designed to enhance opportunities for student work placements and work-related learning across all subject disciplines, as ...
James, K., & Fotheringham, J. (2015, December). Higher Education Sector Engagement with Higher Education Academy Fellowship. Paper presented at SRHE Annual Research Conference, Celtic Manor, Newport, South Wales
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Conference Programme & book of abstracts -
Fotheringham, J. (2015, May). Plenary presentation and panel. Paper presented at Policy and Practice Summit for senior managers and student representatives (QAA Scotland, Scotland
No abstract available.
Fotheringham, J. (2014, September). Inclusive Teaching and Learning Practice with articulating students (workshop). Paper presented at ELRAH Conference 2014, Edinburgh Napier University
No abstract avialable.
Symth, K., & Fotheringham, J. (2014, April). Utilising Moodle as a space for co-creative approaches to learning. Paper presented at Moodlemoot Edinburgh 2014, Edinburgh
No abstract available.
Presentation slides can be viewed from slideshare https://www.slideshare.net/MoodleMootIreland/keith-smyth-utilisingmoodleasaspaceapr8
Fotheringham, J., & Smyth, K. (2014, April). Collaboration: A pathway to empowerment through the PG Cert Blended and Online Education. Paper presented at Moodlemoot Edinburgh 2014, Edinburgh
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Presentation slides can be viewed from slideshare -
Fotheringham, J. (2013, January). Higher Education in Scotland: Developing and Supporting the Curriculum. Paper presented at Eleventh Annual Hawaii International Conference on Education, Hawaii
Fotheringham, J. (2013, January). Developing and Supporting a Student-generated Content approach to curriculum. Presented at Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, Scotland
Fotheringham, J., & MacDonald, R. (2012, January). Empowering students as online educators. Paper presented at Edinburgh Napier Staff Conference, Edinburgh
Fotheringham, J. (2012, January). Is there a pedagogy of e-learning?. Paper presented at Dundee University InspireEd series, Dundee
Fotheringham, J. (2011, November). Engaging educators in PGCerts: from content to online collaborative creation. Paper presented at 16th annual SEDA Conference 2011, Aston Business School, Brimingham
Workshop outline - https://www.seda.ac.uk/resources/files/3_Fotheringhaml.pdf
Fotheringham, J., & Smyth, K. (2011, November). Using social media in higher education. Paper presented at CIPD Centres Conference, Manchester
Fotheringham, J. (2011, January). Student generated content: Pedagogy and practice. Paper presented at Conference, Mykolis Romeris University
Fotheringham, J. (2010, January). Curriculum Design for Blended and Online Learning. Paper presented at NHS Education Scotland CPD event, Scotland