Stephen Robertson

Stephen Robertson

Dr Stephen Robertson

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Decluttering the conversation: moving undergraduate students away from social media tools to develop meaningful relationships through bespoke team engagement

Conference Proceeding
Robertson, S. (2018)
Decluttering the conversation: moving undergraduate students away from social media tools to develop meaningful relationships through bespoke team engagement. https://doi.org/10.21125/iceri.2018.0631
Background The introduction of social media into Higher Education has changed the dynamic of learning and teaching for students and staff through increased cooperation and int...

The Accidental Podcaster

Book Chapter
Robertson, S., & Sholl, S. (2016)
The Accidental Podcaster. In C. Penman, & M. Foster (Eds.), Innovations in Learning and TeachingMerchiston Publishing
The aim of this chapter is to explore student use of podcasts, employing longitudinal data from large cohorts to demonstrate to other teachers their potential as a relevant pe...

Contextualising information literacy to assessment criteria and measuring the impact on student performance: a collaborative approach

Book
Robertson, S. & Walker, K. (2016)
Contextualising information literacy to assessment criteria and measuring the impact on student performance: a collaborative approach. In Penman, C. & Foster, M. (Eds.). Innovations in Learning and Teaching, 107-122. Merchiston Publishing. ISBN 9780957688285
This chapter explores the collaboration between a subject librarian and a module leader to improve the information literacy skills within a large cohort under-graduate busines...

Changing lecture consumption for the 'Netflix generation': how lecture podcasts are used and valued by students

Presentation / Conference
Roberston, S. & Sholl, S. (2016, November)
Changing lecture consumption for the 'Netflix generation': how lecture podcasts are used and valued by students. Presented at ICERI 2016, Seville, Spain
Background: This paper describes a collaboration between two lecturers at Edinburgh Napier University to examine the potential of lecture captures as pedagogical tools. Althou...

Reframing Scottish Football: Strategy and the short-term nature of the football industry

Thesis
Robertson, S. (in press)
Reframing Scottish Football: Strategy and the short-term nature of the football industry. (Thesis). Edinburgh Napier University. Retrieved from http://researchrepository.napier.ac.uk/id/eprint/10407
Despite football being deeply entrenched in Scottish culture it is under-researched from a business perspective. This research develops a conceptual framework that views profe...

Employability Skills in Large Business Modules: Built-in or Bolted-on?

Conference Proceeding
Robertson, S. & Edwards, A. (2015)
Employability Skills in Large Business Modules: Built-in or Bolted-on?
What did you do? We integrated Confident Future’s ‘Making Feedback Work for You’ session into a very large 2nd Year Business School module. Rather than view the session as a b...

Moodle on the Move.

Presentation / Conference
Robertson, S. (2015, February)
Moodle on the Move
Recent shifts in technology have seen some writers question the value of tablet computers as phones becomes bigger, more powerful and their battery life improves: (http://www...

Working towards an inclusive LTA within large cohort modules.

Presentation / Conference
Robertson, S. (2014, November)
Working towards an inclusive LTA within large cohort modules
During Inclusion Week I was invited to discuss my approach to supporting dyslexic students in large cohort modules. My approach is a new LTA - Listen, Try, Accumulate. This ...

Do students use podcasts?

Presentation / Conference
Robertson, S. (2014, June)
Do students use podcasts?. Paper presented at Sheffield Hallum University Learning & Teaching Conference 2014 Aiming High – Valuing Challenge in Teaching and Learning, Sheffield, UK
This study investigates podcast usage in a large undergraduate Business Studies Module (240 students). The main data for this study was taken from Moodle logs which capture ac...

Using Social Media to Develop Student Interactions.

Presentation / Conference
Robertson, S. (2013, June)
Using Social Media to Develop Student Interactions. Presented at Edinburgh Napier University Academic Professional Development Staff Conference, Edinburgh Napier University
10 minute catalyst session at the 2013 Edinburgh Napier Staff Conference. The focus was on how interaction between students could be increased through social media. The sess...

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