Conferences


Conference Papers

International Peer Reviewed Conference Papers:

Hobbs, M & Holley, D., (2016) Creating and connecting: An Augmented Reality approach to delivering an authentic curriculum to be presented at; ALT-C Connect, Collaborate, Create 6 – 8 September 2016, University of Warwick, UK

Holley, D; Howlett, P and Rudman, R (2016) Collaborate and create: co-designing a calmer classroom with children to be presented at:  ALT-C Connect, Collaborate, Create 6 – 8 September 2016, University of Warwick, UK

Brown, E; Hobbs, M & Holley, D “Connecting the Dots: a User Experience (UX) Design Approach to Voice Student Motivations” to be presented at:  ALT-C Connect, Collaborate, Create 6 – 8 September 2016, University of Warwick, UK

Biggins, D., Holley, D., Zezulkova, M. and Evangelinos, G., (2016). Digital Competence and Capability Frameworks in the Context of Learning, Self-Development and HE Pedagogy to be presented at: 3rd EAI International Conference on e-Learning e-Education and Online Training 31 August-2 September 2016 Dublin.

Evangelinos, G., Holley, D., & Kerrigan, M., (2016) Implementing a model and processes for mapping digital literacy in the curriculum (online badges) EDEN, Re-imagining learning environments 14/17 June, Budapest, Hungary

Hobbs, M., Holley, D., 2016. Augmented, Assessed, Addressed: Re-framing the curriculum for first year STEM students, INTED 2016, 10th Annual International Technology Education and Development Conference Valencia 7th March 2016.

Hobbs, M., & Holley, D. (2015) Using Augmented Reality to engage STEM students with an authentic curriculum accepted for the 2nd EAI International Conference on e-Learning e-Education and Online Training Novodrate (Como) Italy 16/18 September

Holley, D & Howlett, P. (2015) Engaging Our School Teachers: an Augmented Reality (AR) Approach to Continuous Professional Development curriculum accepted for the 2nd EAI International Conference on e-Learning e-Education and Online Training Novodrate (Como) Italy 16/18 September

Holley, D; Hobbs, M & Paraskevopoulos I, (2015) Augmented Reality (AR) meets Action Research: a workshop (re) conceptualising a year one gaming/computing curricula accepted for the 22nd annual conference of the Association for Learning Technology (ALT) ALT-C Shaping the future of learning together 8-10 September Manchester

Mor, Y., Cook, J., Santos, P., Treasure-Jones, T., Elferink, R., Holley, D. and Griffin, J. (2015) Patterns of practice and design: Towards an agile methodology for educational design research. In: ECTEL 2015, Toledo, Spain, 14-18 September 2015. [In Press]

Evangelinos, G and Holley, D. (2015) Embedding Digital Competences in the Curriculum: a Case Study on student experience of an Online, technology enhanced activity based Learning Design EDEN 2015 Annual Conference, European Distance and Elearning Network, Barcelona, Spain 9-12 June

Evangelinos, G and Holley, D. (2014) A Qualitative Exploration of the EU Digital Competence (DIGCOMP) framework: a case study within Healthcare Education E-LEOT 1st International Conference on e-Learning e-Education and Online Training September 18–20, 2014 Bethesda, Maryland, United States

Holley, D., Santos, P., Cook, J. and Peffer, G (2014) ‘Bridging the missing middle: a design based approach to Scaling’ ALT-C, Riding Giants: How to innovate and educate ahead of the wave 21st annual conference of the Association for Learning Technology 1/3 September 2014, Warwick, UK

Evangelinos, G. and Holley, D.(2014) Developing a Digital Competence Self-assessment Toolkit for Nursing Students. In: From Education to Employment and Meaningful Work with ICT E-learning at Work and the Workplace. Book of Abstracts and Electronic Proceedings of the EDEN 2014 Annual Conference, European Distance and Elearning Network, Zagreb, Croatia (2014)

Holley, D. and Sentance, S. (2013) Mobile ‘comfort’ zones: overcoming barriers to enable facilitated learning in the workplace Ideas in Mobile Learning Symposium, Bristol, UK 9/10 October http://figshare.com/articles/Proceedings_Vol1_BIIML/1047193

Holley, D. (2013). Sojas’ Trialectic:  offering a re-imagining of learning spaces presented at ‘The Alpine rendezvous’ a TELEARC and EATEL EU Technology Enhanced Learning Conference Villard de Lans, Vercors, French Alps 28 Jan/ 1 February 2013 Paper available at: http://hdl.handle.net/10540/304623

Pokorny, H; Holley, D & Kane, S (2012) Student sense of belonging: understanding identity and belonging through student narratives presented at  International Society for the Scholarship of Teaching & Learning (ISSOTL) Hamilton, Canada 24/27 October

Holley, D., Burns, T. and Sinfield, S. (2012) ‘Bee-ing’ in Second Life: Student Representations in Virtual Worlds presented at: Reflecting on our achievements – what’s next for technology-enhanced learning? Seventh International Blended Learning Conference, University of Hertford, UK, 13/14 June

Holley, D. and Gulmez, M. (2012) Ethics and the ‘facebook’ generation student: a two institution comparison, presented at the 11th International Corporate Social Responsibility Conference, Lahti University of Applied Science, Finland, 8/10 May

Pheiffer, G. and Holley, D. (2011).  Exploring Myers-Brigg and its application to the Personality factors underlying lurking and use of online discussion groups.  Presented at European Association of Work and Organisational Psychologists (EAWOP), Maastricht, 25-28 May

Holley, D. and Oliver, M. (2011). Why won’t they use my wiki? Exploring students’ non-engagement with Web 2.0 technologies in a Higher Education course presented at Computer Aided Learning (CAL) Conference. Learning Futures: Education, Technology & Sustainability; Manchester Metropolitan University 13-15 April

Greaves, L., Bradley, C. and Holley, D. (2011). Learning Journeys: exploring approaches to learner digital literacy acquisition, presented at Computer Aided Learning (CAL). Learning Futures: Education, Technology & Sustainability; Manchester Metropolitan University 13-15 April

Bradley, C. and Holley, D. (2011). What are they doing? How our students are informally using their mobile phones for learning, presented at Computer Aided Learning (CAL) Learning Futures: Education, Technology & Sustainability; Manchester Metropolitan University 13-15 April

Holley, D., with students Hajdari, S., Hummal, D. and Scibior, T. (2011). Student attitudes to socially responsible business: the Royal Mint and its Ethical sourcing policy. Presented at First International Symposium on Corporate Responsibility & Sustainable Development, London Metropolitan Business School, UK, 19-20 April

Bradley, C. and Holley, D. (2010). How students in Higher Education use their mobile phones for learning, The 9th World Conference on Mobile and Contextual Learning (mLearn2010), Valletta, Malta, 19-22 October

Holley, D. (2010). Student attitudes to socially responsible business: a case study of mine workers in Chile, 9th International Corporate Social Responsibility Conference:  Zagreb School of Economics & Management, Croatia 16-18 June

O’Neill, P., Harrington, K., Gossett, R., Holley, D. and Stott, R. (2010). Researching the role of the Writing Centre in promoting “Writing in the Disciplines” in UK Higher Education. Panel presentation at ECWA Conference, Paris, 24-28 May

Pheiffer, G. and Holley, D. (2009). Learning Styles Inventories and ‘Lurking’ in cyberspace: a case study poster presentation, 14th European Congress of Work and Organisational Psychology conference; (EWOP) Santiago de Compostela Spain, 13-16 May

Holley, D. and Oliver, M. (2009). Student engagement and blended learning: portraits of risk, CAL ‘Learning in Digital Worlds’, Brighton, 23-27 March

Wilson-Medhurst, S. (Coventry University), Pokorny, H., Holley, D. and Chalk, P. (London Metropolitan University), Andrew, D. (Queen Mary University) (2008). E-portfolio constructs: A developing method for Case Study Analysis, poster presentation for CAL ‘Learning in Digital Worlds’, Brighton, 23-27 March

Holley, D.,  Smith, C., Hoskins, K., Sinfield, S. and Burns, T. (2008). Attaching information to space to avoid plagiarism: the development of a web and mobile based notemaking tool to enable students to conceptualise and ‘re author’ ideas into multiple ‘forms’, ‘spaces’ and ‘points of view’ Ed-media Conference, Vienna, Austria, 30 June-4 July

Holley, D.(1), Cook, J.(2), Smith, C.(2), Bradley, C.(2) and Haynes, R.(2) (2007). Getting Ahead at University: Using Reusable Learning Objects to Enhance Study Skills, Ed-media Conference, Vancouver, Canada, 25-29 June [Key 1=LMBS 2=LTRI]

Holley, D. and Oliver, M. (2007).  A private revolution – How technology is enabling students to take their work home, Computer Aided Learning (CAL) Dublin, 26-28 March

Holley, D. and Andrew, D. (2007). An Approach to Continuous Assessment:  Students enjoying their assessment experience!, BbWorld Europe Conference program, Nice, France,27-29 February

Windle, R.(1), Wharrad, H.(1), McCormick, D.(1), Dandrea, J.(1), Bath-Hextall, F.(1), Leighton, B.(1), Lacey, J.(1), Bentley, E.(1), Cook, J.(2) and Holley, D.(2) (2007). Does a Community of Practice approach to the development of learning objects support reuse of e-learning materials in Health Science education?, International Technology, Education &Development Conference (INTED), Valencia, Spain, 7-9 March [Key 1=Nottingham University 2=LondonMet]

Cook, J., Holley, D., Smith C., Bradley, C. and Haynes, R. (2006). A blended m-learning design for supporting teamwork in Formal and Informal Settings, Mlearn Conference, Banff, Alberta, Canada, 22-25 October

Cook, J., Holley, D., Smith C., Bradley, C. and Haynes, R. (2006). Culture vultures: Designing for Formal, Non-Formal and Informal m-learning, IADIS International Conference Mobile Learning, Dublin, Ireland, 14–16 July

Cook, J.(1), Holley, D.(2), Smith, C.(1), Haynes, R.(1) and Bradley, C.(1) (2006). Team Enhanced Creativity: An approach to Designing User-Centred Reusable Learning Object, IV International Conference on Multimedia and Information & Communication Technologies in Education (m-ICTE) Seville, Spain, 15-18 Nov  [Key 1=LTRI 2=LMBS]

Cook, J., Holley, D., Smith, C., Bradley, C. and Haynes, R. (2006). A Blended M-Learning Design for Supporting Teamwork in Formal and Informal Settings,  Mobile Learning 2006, Dublin, 14-16 July

Bradley, C., Holley, D. Cook, J., Smith C. and Haynes, R. (2006). Learning on the Move: The Use of Mobile Technologies to Support Teamwork, ALT-C, Leider University, Netherlands, 6-7 April

Burns, T., Holley, D. and Sinfield, S. (2006). The silent stakeholder: An exploration of the student as stakeholder in the UK Government, e-learning strategy paper presented to the International Corporate Social Responsibility Conference, Idrine, Turkey, May

Holley, D., Sinfield, S. and Burns, T. (2005). “It was horrid, very very horrid”: a student perspective on coming to an inner-city university in the UK, 4th International Corporate Social Responsibility Conference, London, September

Holley, D. and Dobson, C. (2005). Eroding time and space dimensions: using multi-media to enable non-traditional student participation at an inner-city University in the UK, Ed-media, Montreal, Canada, 28 June-1 July

Pheiffer, G., Andrew, D., Green, M. and Holley, D. (2003). The Role of Learning Styles in Integrating and empowering learning in diverse student groups. EDINEB, Salzburg, Austria, June

Andrew, D., Pheiffer, G., Green, M. and Holley, D. (2002).  The uses of learning Styles: beyond the matching hypothesis, 7th International Elsin Conference, Ghent, Belgium, ISBN: 90 382 0411 6

Simpson, R. Holley, D. (2002). Restructuring in Transport and Logistics: Some implications for  Women Managers, European Academy of Management, Stockholm

Holley, D. and Oliver, M. (2001).  ‘Power Struggles around Integrated Learning Environments: a comparative case study’,  ED-Media, World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia & Telecommunications, Tampere, Finland

National Peer Reviewed Conference Papers:

Quinney, C., Lamont, M., Holley, D. and Biggins, D., 2017. Embedding the value of learning by extending professional boundaries. ALDinHE Conference, Herritt-Watt University 21-23 March 2016

 Pokorny, H., Holley, D., and Kane, S (2014) The dynamics of gender, ethnicity and space: constructing meaning and identity in student transition  BERA Institute of Education, London 23/25 September

Evangelinous, G & Holley, D. (2014) Measuring digital competence in nursing students BERA Institute of Education, London 23/25 September

Holley, D & Webster, H, (2014) ‘Flipping’ the Classroom’ ALDinHE ‘Learning Development Spaces and Places’ Conference University of Huddersfield 14/16 April

Traxler, J., Beetham, H., Holley, D., & Hall., R (2013) TEL: crisis and response, symposium presented ALT conference  ‘Building new cultures of learning’ University of Nottingham 10/12 September 2013 [Available to view http://www.alt.ac.uk/altc2013]

Holley, D., & Howlett, P., (2013) ‘Tagging’ critical learning incidents for learning: A design for students on the move (Apps) BERA University of Sussex 3/5 September

Holley, D. (2013). The 3D toxic warehouse: challenges of an academic/ industry collaboration Next Generation Learning Spaces University of Greenwich (2 July) London

Holley, D. (2013). Making the confusing approachable’: evaluating creative approaches to student writing as part of a ‘standalone’ research methods module. HEA Social Sciences Conference: Teaching research methods: Developing a pedagogical culture in the Social Sciences 23/24 May Liverpool

Burns, T., Holley. D. and Sinfield. S. (2013). Third Space – the final frontier? Disrupting learning landscapes, renegotiating pedagogic spaces, Discourse Power & Resistance 13, Discourses of inclusion and exclusion,  University of Greenwich 9/11 April London

Kane, S., Holley, D. and Pokorny, H. (2012) Student voices from home and abroad; narratives of belonging? presented at BERA, Manchester, UK, 4/6 September

Maddison, B and Holley, D. An Evaluative Study Into The Effects Of Promethean ACTIVExpression Handsets Upon Student Learning Experiences  presented at BERA, Manchester, 4/6 September

*Kane, S., Johnson, L., Holley, D. and Pokorny, H. (2012) Student Narratives From Three London Institutions: “…they look at you as if  – ‘ you don’t belong to us’ ” paper presented at Higher Education Academy Conference, Manchester, UK 3/4 July

*Holley, D. (2012) Using biographic narrative to analyze student transition stories, Poster accepted for paper presented at Higher Education Academy Conference, Manchester, UK 3/4 July

(*presentation and poster both report on same project)

Holley, D. (2012) Listening to the student voice: using biographic narrative interpretive method to explore the first year student experience, Inaugural HEA Social Sciences Conference 28/29 May, Liverpool, UK

Sentance, S., Holley, D. and Bradley, C. (2011). Supporting education students on school placements with mobile devices, ALT _C 6-8 September

Holley, D., Burns, T. and Sinfield, S. (2011). Creating Student Spaces for emancipatory practice, BERA, 6-8 September

Sentance, S, Holley, D. and Bradley, C. (2011).Texting Trainees: supporting academic writing on placement, ITTE conference Keele University 5-7 July

Holley, D. (2011). An introduction to biographic narrative, workshop, Higher Education Academy: Business, Management, Accountancy and Finance Network Conference,  ‘Graduates with Impact: through Excellence in Business Education’, Bournemouth 6-7 May

Bradley, C. and Holley, D. (2010). An analysis of first-year business students’ mobile phones and their use for learning, ALT-C, “Into something rich and strange” – making sense of the sea-change

Nottingham, UK, 7-9 September. Conference ‘best paper’ award.

Johnson, S., Sinfield, S., Holley, D. and Burns, T. (2010). Workshop: Creating sustainable student writing spaces, Writing Development in Higher Education  (WDHE) Conference, London, 28-30 June

Holley, D. and Agombar, M. (2010). Overcoming fear and resistance: supporting student writing in formal exam settings, Writing Development in Higher Education (WDHE) Conference, London,  28-30 June

Fregona, C. and Holley, D. (2010).  Mergers and takeovers: perceptions of staff in a Business School to Blended Learning, 5th International Blended Learning Conference, University of Hertfordshire, 16-17 June

Bradley, C., Weiss, M., Dobson, C. and Holley, D. (2010). A little less conversation, a little more texting please – A blended learning  model of using mobiles in the classroom, 5th International Blended Learning Conference, University of Hertfordshire, 16-17 June

Reid, M., Frith, L., Hill, P.,  Holley, D., Ridley, P., Sinfield, S. and Sentito, E. (2010). Engaging subject academics in Learning Development: Different partnerships enabled by different models of LD Panel presentation at ALDinHE, Nottingham, 29-31 March

Bell, R., Johnson, S. of Nottingham Trent University; Burns, T., Holley, D. and Sinfield, S. of London Metropolitan University (2010). Problems with academic writing: passing the problem on or tackling it ourselves … and how? Panel presentation at ALDinHE, Nottingham, 29-31 March

Boyle, T., Holley, D. and Doherty, T. (2010). Opening up special collections: the use of GLO Maker with resources from the Women’s Library, Open Educational Resources, Cambridge 22-24 March

Wilson-Kennard, A. and Holley, D. (2009). Overcoming student fear and resistance: the role of podcasting in formative exam feedback, poster presentation to Blended Learning Unit Annual Conference, University of Hertfordshire, 17-18 June

Sinfield, S., Burns, T. and Holley, D. (2009). Attaching information to space: the development of a notemaking tool to enable students to reconceptualise ideas anywhere, anyplace, anytime. 6th LDHEN Symposium: “The Challenge of Learning Development”, Bournemouth University, Bournemouth, UK, 6-7 April

Wilson-Medhurst, S., Pokorny, H., Andrew, D., Chalk, P. and Holley, D. (2008). What is the value of an e-portfolio?, Society for Research into Higher Education Annual Conference, Liverpool, UK, 9-11 December

Mitchell, A., Holley, D., Cook, J., Windle, R. and Morales, R. (2008). 360 degree rotations – a kaleidoscope of voices from the RLO-CETL, HE Academy Annual Conference, Harrogate, 1-3 July

Sinfield, S., Burns, T., Hoskins, K., Holley, D. and Smith, C. (2008). The contested terrain of notemaking: the development of a web and mobile based tool enabling students to gain their own voice through recontextualising their own notes and ideas. Discourse, Power & Resistance Conference, Manchester, 18-20 March

Smith, C., Sinfield, S., Holley, D., Burns, T. and Hoskins, K. (2008). Capturing student creativity to combat plagiarism – the development of a note making tool to enable user driven learning, Blended Learning Conference, University of Hertfordshire, 18-19 June

Smith, C., Cook, J., Bradley, C., Holley, D. and Haynes, R. (2007). Learning objects and blended learning designs for the net generation, Second Blended learning Conference, University of Hertfordshire, 14 June

Sinfield, S., Burns, T. and Holley D. (2007). It’s a wonder they engage at all, Learning Development in Higher Education Network (LDHEN) conference, Bournemouth, 11-13 April

Holley, D. and Oliver, M. (2007). Negotiating the digital divide: narratives from the have and the have-nots, paper for Ideas in Cyberspace Education (ICE3), Loch Lomond, Scotland, 21-23 March

Sinfield, S., Burns, T. and Holley, D. (2007).  ‘A journey to silence’: a textual analysis of the government’s ‘Harnessing Technology’ document, Discourse, Power & Resistance conference, Manchester, 26-28 March

Smith C., Cook, J., Holley, D., Bradley, C. and Haynes, R. (2006). A rich media rapid prototype approach to developing student online resources, First Annual Blended Learning Conference: Blended Learning – Promoting Dialogue in Innovation and Practice, 15 June

Holley, D., Andrew, D., Cook, J. with students Celik, C. and Mitchell, A. (2006). Elements of expectancy: Incorporating the student voice in the online design process, Networked Learning Conference, Lancaster University, 10-12 April

Cavanagh, G., Dobson, C. and Holley, D. (2006). “A little less conversation, a little more action please”, Using multimedia to engage the first year student pre and post induction: lessons learned from a twin institution collaboration. The first year experience in continuing education, ESCalate, University of Stirling, April

Sinfield, S., Burns, T., Wallace, M., Holley, D. and Albon, D. (2005). Friend or foe? The role of an online tutorial in an institution experiencing rapid change, Discourse, Power, Resistance, Plymouth 21-23 March

Pheiffer, G., Holley, D. and Andrew, D. (2004). The use and value of learning styles: a case study Elsin, Durham, 1 September

Andrew, A., Holley, D. and Pheiffer, G. (2004). Working with wiki, LTSN-BEST, Edinburgh, 14-17 April

Andrew, A., Holley, D. and Pheiffer, G. (2004). Reflecting on our practice – what have we learned from our students? LTSN-BEST, Edinburgh, 14-17 April

Sieber, V.K.(1) Haynes, R.(1), Dobson, D.(1), Holley, D.(2), Skinner, J.(3), Andrew, D.(4) (2003). Reusing interactive elements between disciplines, Shock of the Old SAID Business School, Oxford, July [Key 1=TLTC 2=LMBS 3=Health 4=CAPD]

Pheiffer, G., Andrew, D., Holley, D. and Green, M. (2003). The value and use of learning styles in developing learning, ELSIN, Hull, Summer

Holley, D. (2003). Online assessment – assessing the student experience, LTSN-BEST, April

Green, M., Andrew, D., Holley, D. and Pheiffer, G. (2003). Integrating Learning Styles into the classroom: Challenges for learners and teachers, LTSN-BEST, April

Andrew, D., Green, M., Pheiffer G. and Holley, D. (2003). A critical review of the use of the concept of reflection in Higher Education, LTSN-BEST, April

Sinfield, S., Burns, T. and Holley, D. (2003). Outsiders looking in or insiders looking out?   Widening Participation in a post 1992 University, Discourse, Power & Resistance, Plymouth, April

Holley, D. (2002).  Using multi-media to engage learners, LTSN-BEST, Edinburgh

Holley, D. and Haynes, R. (2002). Getting students to the high score zone – in a Virtual Environment  and in the classroom, ISAGA/SAGSET International Conference, Edinburgh

Green, M., Pheiffer, G., Andrew, D. and Holley, D. (2002). How do we mean ‘learning’ when we talk about learning? Discourse Power Resistance, Plymouth

Holley, D. and Simpson, R. (2001). One Year On: the effects of restructuring on women transport and logistics managers, British Academy of Management, Cardiff, UK

Holley, D. and Simpson, R. (2001). Moving up and Moving out: Restructuring and the career progress of women transport and logistics managers, Logistics Research Network, Edinburgh

Holley, D. and Haynes, R. (2001).  INCOTERMS challenge multi-media game, National Computing Subject Centre  demonstration  LTSN-ICS 2nd Annual Conference, London

Holley, D. (2001). ‘Evaluating on-line learning using a learning portfolio’, Institute for Learning & Teaching, York, UK

Holley, D. (2001). Which room is my Virtual Seminar, in please?, BEST (Business Education Support Network) Conference, Lake District, UK

Subject-Specific Conference Papers:

Howlett, P., Holley, D., and Rudman, N (2016) “Out of the mouths of babes’ – using children’s views in the preparation of training and development resources for trainee teachers 17th ‘Engage’ Annual Learning and Teaching Conference, Anglia Ruskin University Thursday 23 June 2016

Holley, D; Hobbs, M & Howlett,(2015) P Visual Transformations:developing Augmented Reality (AR) in the classroom at the second Look/Make/Learn Conference, Association of Learning Developers in Higher Education (ALDinHE) Tuesday 11 May 2015

Holley, D and Howlett., P (2014) Animate Visual Science Project- presented as part of Look/Make/Learn: visual transformations in learning, teaching and assessment, ALDinHE Conference, London,  28 January [resources available electronically from http://learning.londonmet.ac.uk/epacks/look_make_learn/]

Holley, D., Hobbs, M. and Howlett, P. (2012) The Chaotic Laboratory: A Virtual World Simulation to support PGCE Science Teacherspresented at ITTE conference, St Anne’s College, Oxford 5/7 July

Holley, D., Greaves, L. and Bradley, C. (2012) Use and reuse: the Anytime Literacies Learning Environment (ALLE)Workshop at Association of Learning Developers in Higher Education (ALDinHE) Annual Conference, Leeds, UK 23/4 April

Sentance, S, Holley, D. and Bradley, C. (2011) Texting Trainees: supporting academic writing on placement,  ITTE Conference, Keele University 5-7 July

Holley, D. and Hudson, A. (2011).  ‘The 3D warehouse’: an interactive health and safety site visit, Innovative Research in Virtual Worlds, 2011 Conference, Coventry University, 4-5 November

Chalk, P., Holley, D. and Pokorny, H. (London Met); Andrew, D. (QMC) and Wilson-Medhurst, S. (Coventry). (2010). Symposium on Participatory Methods in E-Portfolio Research, Identifying student and staff requirements for e-portfolios using Kelly’s Repertory Grid Analysis (RGA), The Second International Residential Seminar ‘Researching and Evaluating Personal Development Planning and e-Portfolio’, National College for School Leadership, Nottingham, 26-28 April

Holley, D., Dobson, C. and Yau, H. (2005). Eroding time and space dimensions – working collaboratively to support a diverse student experience, HEA Academy, Ealing, UK, 6-8 April

Internal Conferences:

Holley, D., Hobbs, M., and Menown, C. (2015) Students as partners: developing augmented reality in the classroom presented at ENGAGE Sharing and Engaging Others in Good Practice to Enhance Learning, Teaching & Assessment Anglia Learning & Teaching Conference Cambridge 30/06/2015 Available at: http://www.lta.anglia.ac.uk/annual.php/Session-Abstracts-40

Holley, D (2014) The student ‘Pep talk’: using ECHO 360 for feedforward presented at Anglia Learning & Teaching Assessment Fiesta 17/09/2014

Holley, D & Cooper, L (2014) ‘Embedding creativity into a research methods module’ presented at ‘Engage’ Anglia Learning & Teaching Conference I July Cambridge

Hobbs, M., Holley, D., and Ciavolino, E., (2014) Digital Footprints: Communication ‘of’,’ for’,  and ‘as’ Research: The Cultural Laboratorio Network (CLaN) presented at the 2014 Annual Research Conference  ‘Communicating your research’

Holley, D. (2013) Dissemination, Dialogue and Dilemma: Dissemination of Research presented at ARU librarians Research Dissemination Day 12/06/2013

Sentance, S. Holley, D. and Howlett, P. (2013). ‘Any time, anywhere’ learning for trainee teachers presented at ‘Engage’ Anglia Learning & Teaching Conference June 2013

Holley, D. and Miller, M. (2013). Changing Places: learning on the move presented at Anglia Ruskin Staff Research Conference 15 January

Holley, D. and Feist, A. (2012). The 9/10 project: working towards getting 9/10 students to recommend us to a friend presented at ‘Engage’ Anglia Learning & Teaching Conference 25 June

Holley, D., Hobbs, M., Howlett, P. and Sawyerrs, W. (2012).’The Chaotic Science Lab’ Supporting trainee science teachers – a cross departmental project presented at ‘Engage’ Anglia Learning & Teaching Conference 25 June

Holley, D., Sentance, S. and Bradley, C. (2011). ‘Because it wasn’t compulsory, I didn’t do it.’: challenges in supporting students via mobile technology, Anglia Ruskin University Staff Research Conference 2nd September

Holley, D., Jones, A. and Pheiffer, G. (2010). Moving towards confident discussion board contributors: the personality factors underlying ‘lurking’ and use of WebLearn,  paper presented at ‘Supporting Student Transitions’, London Metropolitan University Learning and Teaching conference, 6 July

Djebbour,Y., Holley, D., Johnson, B. and Marshall, C. (2010). Supporting student transitions: the mapping of attendance to achievement, paper presented at ‘Supporting Student Transitions’. London Metropolitan University Learning and Teaching conference, 6 July

Doherty, T., Holley, D. and Marciniak, R. (2010). From novice to expert library user: an innovative project from the Women’s library, paper presented at ‘Supporting Student Transitions’, London Metropolitan University Learning and Teaching conference, 6 July

Holley, D. and Agombar, M. (2010). Reinforcing Learning using Visual Media: an embedded example of scaffolding student writing for formal examinations, London Metropolitan University Business School Annual Research conference, London, 30 June

Jarvis, G., Holley, D. and Smith, C. (2006). The Gift of Sound and Vision: Virtual Learning environments and the Learning & Teaching of Musical Principles, London Metropolitan University Teaching and Learning Conference, July

Holley, D. (2004). Can online assessment motivate students to engage with the learning process? London Metropolitan one day conference, 17 September

Andrew, D., Green, M., Holley, D. and Pheiffer, G. (2004). Aspects of the 1st year experience and HE Orientation, London Metropolitan one day conference 17 September