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International Journal Articles

Biggins, D., Holley, D., Evangelinos, G. and Zezulkova, M., (2017). Digital Competence and Capability Frameworks in the Context of Learning, Self-Development and HE Pedagogy. In: E-Learning, E-Education, and Online-Training (ELEOT) Third International Conference. Dublin, Ireland, pp.46–53. doi: 10.1007/978-3-319-49625-2_6 (winner of best paper award)

Pokorny, H., Holley, D. & Kane, S. Commuting, transitions and belonging:the experiences of students living at home in their first year at University High Education pp1-16  (2016). doi:10.1007/s10734-016-0063-3 gold open access http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10734-016-0063-3

Santos, P., Dennerlein, S., Theiler, D.,Cook, J., Treasure-Jones, T, Holley, D., Kerr, M., Attwell, G., Kowald, D., and Lex, E. (2016)  “Going beyond your Personal Learning Network, Using Recommendations and Trust through a Multimedia Question-Answering Service for Decision-support: a Case Study in the Healthcare” has now been published in the Journal of Universal Computer Science, Vol. 22, No. 3, pp. 340-359. gold open access http://www.jucs.org/jucs_22_3/going_beyond_your_personal

Hobbs, M., & Holley, D. (2016) Using Augmented Reality to engage STEM students with an authentic curriculum to be published in the Special Issue of EAI transactions on e-learning http://www.springer.com/gp/book/9783319288826

Holley, D & Howlett, P. (2016) Engaging Our School Teachers: an Augmented Reality (AR) Approach to Continuous Professional Development curriculum published in the Special Issue of EAI transactions on e-learning http://www.springer.com/gp/book/9783319288826

Evangelinous, G., and Holley, D. (2016) Investigating the Digital Literacy Needs of Students in Healthcare Education published in the Special Issue of EAI transactions on e-learning http://www.springer.com/gp/book/9783319288826

Holley, D., Santos, P., Cook, J. and Kerr, M.(2016) ‘Cascades, torrents & drowning’ in information: seeking help in the contemporary GP Practice in the UK (Interactive Learning Environments Special Issue on Europe) http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/10494820.2015.1128206

Holley, D and Sentance, S 2015 Mobile ‘Comfort’ Zones: Overcoming Barriers to Enable Facilitated Learning in the Workplace. Journal of Interactive Media in Education, 2015(1): 15, pp. 1–9, DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5334/jime.av

Cook, J., Ley, T., Maier, R., Mor, Y., Santos, P., Lex, E., Dennerlein, S., Trattner, C. and Holley, D. (2015). Using the hybrid social learning network to explore concepts, practices, designs and smart services for networked professional learning. In: Li, Y., Chang, M., Kravcik, M., Popescu, E., Huang, R. and Kinshuk, N.-S. C., eds. (2015) State-of-the-Art and Future Directions of Smart Learning. Springer. ISBN 9789812878663 Available from: http://eprints.uwe.ac.uk/26207

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. Available from: http://eprints.uwe.ac.uk/26224

Evangelinos, G and Holley, D. (2015) A Qualitative Exploration of the DIGICOMP Digital Competence Framework: Attitudes of students, academics and administrative staff in the health faculty of a UK HEI published in the Special Issue of EAI transactions on e-learning http://www.eudl.eu/issue/el/6

Evangelinos, G. and Holley, D., 2014. Developing a Digital Competence Self-assessment Toolkit for Nursing Students. Proceedings of the EDEN 2014 Annual Conference, From Education to Employment and Meaningful Work with ICT E-learning at Work and the Workplace. Book of Abstracts and Electronic Proceedings, pp. 206-212. European Distance and E-Learning Network (EDEN), Zagreb, Croatia.

Holley, D. (2012) Student attitudes to socially responsible business: a case study of mine workers in Chile, Social Responsibility Journal, 8(2), 174-185 http://hdl.handle.net/10540/291073

Holley, D. & Boyle, T. (2012) Empowering teachers to author multimedia learning resources that support students’ critical thinking.  EURODL, European Journal of Open and Distance Learning, Published 21.02.2012. Available at: http://www.eurodl.org/materials/contrib/2012/Holley_Boyle.pdf  http://hdl.handle.net/10540/290704

Bradley, C. & Holley, D. (2011) Empirical Research into students’ mobile phones and their use for learning, International Journal of Mobile and Blended Learning, 3(4), 38-53. October-December

Holley, D. and Oliver, M. (2010). Student engagement and blended learning: portraits of risk, Computers & Education, 54, pp. 693-700, Elsevier Publishing, DOI information: 10.1016/j.compedu.2009.08.035, ISSN: 0360-1315

Sinfield, S. Holley, D. and Burns, T. (2009). A journey into silence: students, stakeholders and the impact of a strategic Governmental Policy Document in the UK, Social Responsibility Journal, 5(4), pp. 566-574, ISSN: 1747-111

Holley, D. and Dobson, C. (2008). Encouraging student engagement in a blended learning environment:  the use of contemporary learning spaces, Learning, Media and Technology, 33(2), pp. 139-150, ISSN: 1743-9884

Cook, J., Holley, D. and Andrew, D. (2007). A stakeholder approach to implementing e-learning in a university, British Journal of Education Technology, 38 (5), September.

Holley, D., Sinfield, S. and Burns, T. (2006). ‘It was horrid, very very horrid’: a student perspective on coming to an inner-city university in the UK, Social Responsibility Journal, 2(1), pp. 36-42, ISSN: 1747-1117

National Journal Articles

Davis, G., Wright, H. & Holley, D., (2016). Write away from it all! Running a Writing Retreat for Doctoral Students. Practitioner Research in Higher Education. In press.

Greaves, L., Bradley, C. and Holley, D. (2012). Learning journeys: exploring approaches to learner digital literacy acquisition ELiSS special edition on Digital Literacy  http://www.eliss.org.uk/CallforPapers/SpecialIssueApril2012/tabid/274/Default.aspx http://hdl.handle.net/10540/302988

Shoderu, R.; Kane, S.; Husbands, D. and Holley, D. (2012). Developing A Sense Of Belonging: Findings From A Three Institution Study With  Implications For BME Students And Staff Engagement.  Compass: The Journal of Learning and Teaching at the University of Greenwich Issue 5 June 2012 pp 67-74 [available electronically from: http://www2.gre.ac.uk/__data/assets/pdf_file/0011/679520/D6601-12_Compass_web.pdfhttp://hdl.handle.net/10540/302971

Burns, T., Sinfield, S., Holley, D. and Hoskins, K. (2010). ‘Very urgent, very difficult and quite possible’: changing student’s attitudes to notemaking by encouraging user generated content, Journal of Learning Development in Higher Education, 2, Available electronically from: http://www.aldinhe.ac.uk/ojs/index.php?journal=jldhe  ISSN: 1759-667X

Holley, D. and Oliver, M. (2009). A private revolution – How technology is enabling students to take their work home, Journal of Enhancing Learning in the Social Sciences (ELISS) Journal, 1(3), available online. http://www.eliss.org.uk/  ISSN: 1756-848X

Holley, D. (2008). Using biographic narrative to explore students’ experiences of online learning in Using Auto/biography in Learning and Teaching, Frame, P & Burnett, J (eds), SEDA Paper 120, pp. 53-58, ISBN: 988 1 902435 43 5

Pheiffer, G., Holley, D. and Andrew, D. (2005). Developing Thoughtful Students: Using Learning Styles in an HE  Context, Education & Training, 47(6),  pp. 422-431

Pheiffer, G., Holley, D. Andrew, D. and Green, M. (2005). How can we use learning styles? An identity approach, International Journal of Applied Human Resource Management,  6(1) pp. 101-117, ISSN: 1470-4684

Sieber, V.K.(1), Haynes, R.(1), Dobson, C.(1), Holley, D.(2), Skinner, J.(3), Andrew D.(4) (2004) [Key 1=TLTC 2=LMBS 3=Health 4=CAPD], Reusing interactive elements between disciplines, Journal of Interactive Multimedia Education, http://www-jime.open.ac.uk/2004/16-2004-16-t.html

Simpson, R., Holley, D. and Woods, A. (2003). The Significance of Seniority for Women Managers’ Interpretations of Organizational Restructuring, Journal of Managerial Psychology, 18(7), pp. 680-690

Holley, D. and Haynes, R. (2003). The ‘INCOTERMS’ Challenge: Using Multi-media to engage learners, Education and Training, 45(7), pp. 392-401

Holley, D. (2002). Which room is my Virtual Seminar in please? Education and Training, 44(3), pp. 112-121

Simpson, R. and Holley, D. (2001). Women in Transport & Logistics Management: Career progress and career barriers in restructured industries, Women In Management Review, 16(4), pp. 174-182

Practitioner Journals

Holley, D., Kane,S., Volpe, G.,(2014) ‘My Ideal First Day’: Implications for induction from a three (London) university project Anglia Ruskin University Networks  [available electronically from http://www.lta.anglia.ac.uk/networkIssues.php/ENGAGE-14th-Annual-Learning-and-Teaching-Conference-2013-Learning-and-Teaching-Project-Reports-5/ http://hdl.handle.net/10540/303543

Sentance, S.,Howlett, P., Holley, D., and Miller, M. (2014) Supporting students on placement: developing observational skills using mobile technology Anglia Ruskin University Networks [available electronically from http://www.lta.anglia.ac.uk/networkIssues.php/ENGAGE-14th-Annual-Learning-and-Teaching-Conference-2013-Learning-and-Teaching-Project-Reports-5/

Holley, D., Hobbs, M., Howlett, P. and Sawyerr, W., (2013).‘The chaotic science lab’: supporting trainee Science teachers a cross-departmental project. Anglia Ruskin University Networks, 16, pp.51–?58.[Available electronically from http://www.lta.anglia.ac.uk/networkIssues.php/ENGAGE-13th-Annual-Learning-and-Teaching-Conference-2012-Learning-and-Teaching-Project-Reports-4/http://hdl.handle.net/10540/303566

Feist, A. and Holley, D. (2013). The 9/10 project: working towards getting 9/10 students to recommend us to a friend. Anglia Ruskin University Networks 16, pp.31-36. [Available electronically from http://www.lta.anglia.ac.uk/networkIssues.php/ENGAGE-13th-Annual-Learning-and-Teaching-Conference-2012-Learning-and-Teaching-Project-Reports-4/]http://hdl.handle.net/10540/303542

Holley, D. and Johnson, T. (2012) Health and Safety Training in 3D, Logistics and Transport Focus. August pp. 46-48

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, Proceedings of Fifth International Blended Learning Conference: “Developing Blended Learning Communities”, University of Hertfordshire, Hatfield, UK, 16–17 June, pp. 1-11. ISBN: 978-1-907396-10-6 http://hdl.handle.net/10540/131879

Agombar, M. and Holley, D. (2010). Overcoming student fear and loathing of exams: a collaborative project, Investigations in university teaching and learning, 6(2) Spring,  pp. 102-107 http://www.londonmet.ac.uk/capd/in-house-journal-investigations/home.cfm ISSN: 1740-5106, http://hdl.handle.net/10540/128666

Emmanuel, M., Holley, D., Johnson, L., O.Neill, P. and Sinfield, S. (2010). Reading and Writing Skills for Business: the students’ voice, Investigations in university teaching and learning, 6(2) Spring,  pp 93-101, http://www.londonmet.ac.uk/capd/in-house-journal-investigations/home.cfm, ISSN 1740-5106, http://hdl.handle.net/10540/128573

Wilson-Kennard, A. and Holley, D. (2009). Overcoming student fear and resistance: the role of podcasting in formative exam feedback published in the conference proceedings Fourth International Blended Learning Conference 2009: University of Hertfordshire, de Havilland campus, pp. 281- 289, ISBN: 978-1-905313-66-2

Sinfield, S., Burns, T., Wallace, M. and Davies, C. with Holley, D. and Albon, D. (2009). Facilitating Student Engagement with Academic Writing: review of an online resource in a widening participation context, Investigations in University learning and teaching, 5(1-2) pp. 185-193, ISSN: 1740-5106

Chalk, P. and Holley, D. with Pokorny, H., Andrew, D. and Wilson-Medhurst, S. (2009). E-portfolios and Personal Construct Theory: the case of computing student, Investigations in University learning and teaching, 5(1-2), pp. 103-109, ISSN: 1740-5106

Cavanagh, G., Dobson, C. and Holley, D. (2007). “A little less conversation, a little more action please” Using Multimedia to engage the first year student during induction and post induction: lessons learning from a twin institution collaboration.  The First Year Experience in Continuing Education, HEA Subject Centre for Education May, pp. 19-26, ISBN: 978-1-905788-41-5

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

Holley, D. (2005). Can online assessment motivate students to engage with the learning process?, Investigations in university teaching and learning, 2(2), Spring, pp. 83-88

Holley, D., Andrew, D. and Pheiffer, G. (2004). Exploring the usefulness of new technology with new students: a case study, Investigations in university teaching and learning, 2(1), Summer, pp. 38-43

Pheiffer, G., Andrew, D., Green, M. and Holley, D. (2003). The role of learning styles in integrating and empowering learners. Investigations in university teaching and learning, 1(2), Winter, pp. 36-39

Holley, D. and Andrew, A. (2003). Travel and Society – pedagogic issues in designing a  module to include on-line assessment, Investigations in university teaching and learning, 1(1), Spring, pp. 55-58, ISSN: 1740-5106

Holley, D., Andrew, D., Pheiffer, G. and Green, M. (2003). Orienting Students to Higher Education: a Business example. Investigations in university teaching and learning, 1(1), Spring, pp. 19-22, ISSN: 1740-5106

Holley, D. and Simpson, R. (2001). One Year On: the effects of restructuring on Women Transport and Logistics managers, Centre for Equality Research in Business, Research paper No 8, Nov, ISSN: 1363 9536 ISBN 1853773360

Edited Book Chapters

Beetham, H., Perotta, C. & Holley, D. (2016) In Press TEL: crisis & response in Fischer, F.; Wild, F.; Sutherland, R.; and Zirn, L. Grand Challenges in Technology Enhanced Learning: Outcomes of the 4th Alpine-Rendez-Vous Series SpringerBriefs in Education Springer:Berlin

Holley, D., 2016. Setting Up and Sharing: Introducing Labyrinth Practice in Two University Settings. In: Sellers, J. and Moss, B., eds. Learning with the Labyrinth Creating Reflective Space in Higher Education. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

Holley, D, with student co-authors Saranda Hajdari, Dianne Hummal, Tomasz Scibior (2013). International student views of ethics within a UK business school curriculum. Chap 6  pp 111-138 Education and Corporate Social Responsibility: International perspectives,(edit) Ahmad, J and Crowther, D (editors) Emerald Group Publishing http://hdl.handle.net/10540/302199

Marciniak, R., Holley, D. and Davies, C. (2013). Encouraging students to engage with their subject matter: A Case Study of Fashion. Creativity in the Classroom: Case Studies in Using the Arts in Teaching and Learning in Higher Education, Chap 10 pp135-148 McIntosh, P. and Warren, D. (editors) Intellect Books http://hdl.handle.net/10540/302986

Holley, D. and Oliver, M. (2011). Negotiating the digital divide: narratives from the have and the have-nots. Ch 8 pp. 101-113 in Digital Difference: Perspectives on Online Learning Sense, Land, R. and Bayne, S. (eds)  Sense Publishers Rotterdam, Vol 50 of Peters, MA Educational Futures Rethinking Theory and Practice Series http://hdl.handle.net/10540/142923

Emmanuel, M., O’Neill, P., Holley, D., Johnson, L. and Sinfield, S. (2011). Taking Action in Business, Writing in the Disciplines Palgrave Macmillan http://hdl.handle.net/10540/303561

Holley, D. and Oliver, M. (2011). Diversity and Design: an emergent model of matching curricula design to student need, “Impact of E-Business Technologies on Public and Private Organizations: Industry Comparisons and Perspectives”. IGI-global, http://hdl.handle.net/10540/128817

Holley, D., Glass, R.,  Burns, T. and Sinfield, S. (2010). When worlds collide: the paradox of Learning Development, E-learning, and the 21st Century University, Chapter 15, in Universities into the 21st century: Learning Development in Higher Education, Hartley et al. (eds), Palgrave Macmillan London http://hdl.handle.net/10540/128665

Sinfield, S., Hoskins, K., Holley, D., Burns, T.,  O’Neill, P. and Harrington, K. (2010). Raising the student voice: learning development as socio-political practice in Universities into the 21st century, Chapter 4 in Learning Development in Higher Education, Hartley et al. (eds), Palgrave Macmillan London http://hdl.handle.net/10540/128453

Holley, D., Bradley, C., Greaves, L. and Cook, J. (2010). “You Can Take Out of it What you Want” – How Learning Objects Within Blended Learning Designs Encourage Personalised Learning. In John O’Donoghue (ed.) Technology Supported Environment for Personalised Learning: Methods and Case Studies. IGI Global pp. 285-304, ISBN: 978-1-60566-884-0 http://hdl.handle.net/10540/128817

Holley, D., Dobson, C. and Yau, H. (2005). Using Multimedia to engage marketing students: a case study of collaboration with industry, in Contemporary issues in marketing, S. Greenland and N. Caldwell (eds), pp. 51-64, ISBN: 1 85377380 8 2005

Sinfield, S., Burns, T. and Holley, D. (2004). Outsiders looking in or insiders looking out? Widening Participation in a post 1992 University, in The Disciplining of Education: new languages of power and resistance, Satterthwaite, J., Atkinson, A. and Martin, W. (eds) pp. 137-152, Trentham books

Book Chapters

Evangelinos, G. and Holley, D., 2014. A Qualitative Exploration of the EU Digital Competence (DIGCOMP) Framework: A Case Study Within Healthcare Education. In: G. Vincenti, A. Bucciero and C. VA de Carvalho, eds., E-Learning, E-Education, and Online-Training (ELEOT) First International Conference, Lecture Notes of the Institute for Computer Sciences, Social Informatics and Telecommunications Engineering. Cham: Springer International Publishing. Doi:10.1007/978-3-319-13293-8_11 http://www.springer.com/computer/book/978-3-319-13292-1

Holley, D. (2012). Computers: Any Place, Anywhere, Any Time, in Essential Study Skills: The complete guide to success at University (3rd edition), Burns, T. and Sinfield, S. (eds),  ch.7, pp.92-115 Sage Publishers http://hdl.handle.net/10540/301629

Holley, D. (2008). How to use computers and e-learning to support your learning, in Essential Study Skills: The complete guide to success at University (2nd edition), Burns, T. and Sinfield, S. (eds), ch. 6, pp. 80-97, Sage publishers, ISBN: 978-1-4129-4585-1

Industry Publications

Tusco, C. and Holley, D. (2007). Tam airways: swimming against the stream, Logistics & Transport Focus, April pp. 37-40

Holley, D. and O’Higgins, T. (2001). Czech railways – social service and commercial reality, Logistics & Transport Focus, 3(8), October pp. 58-66

Invited web publication/contributions:

Clark, A & Holley, D 13/03/2014) ALT webinar (contribution to global Open Education week 11-15 March) Open Education in the ALT Community @ Open Education in the ALT Community/ The ALT-OER Special Interest Group webinar for Open Education week: available here: http://repository.alt.ac.uk/2344/ twitter feed @ Open Education in the ALT Community

Holley, D Invited host #ukedchat ‘What are the realities for teachers in the classroom of having more trainees based in the school?10/01/2013 summary and archive: http://ukedchat.com/session-133

Holley, D. Case study contribution on Visual Literacies, Part of Strategic Stories: Michelle Reid, Association of Learning Developers in Higher Education, 04/10/2012, available at http://aldinheprofdev.wordpress.com/sharing-experience/strategic-stories/

Holley, D. Mobile Learning Case Studies: Contribution to ‘Mobile learning’ video resources for staff, 12 June, 2011 available at http://learnhigher.ac.uk/videoresources/mlearning/

Presentations:

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

Conference organisation:

Co -Chair: ALDinHE l Visual Practices Conference Series:Look/Make/Learn: visual transformations in learning, teaching and assessment Conference in London 28/01/2014 – link http://learning.londonmet.ac.uk/epacks/look_make_learn/

Invited talks:

Holley, D. Sharing Academic Ideas via Text Messaging: Who Engages and Why? Faculty of Computing Research Seminar, London Metropolitan University, 31/10/2012

Holley, D. ‘Texting students in workplace settings – what have we learned?’ presentation to staff/student seminar series, Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge, 07/06/2012

Holley, D., Sinfield, S. and Burns, T. The shipwrecked shore: explorations of student metaphors, Higher Education Research Seminar Series: Institute of Policy Studies in Education,London Metropolitan University, 1/05/2012

Holley, D. Working together: using SMS text messages to support students on placement, University Medical Librarians Spring Forum; Royal Society of Medicine, London, 5/03/2012

Holley, D. Using text messages to engage students in academic work, Higher Education Research Seminar Series: Institute of Policy Studies in Education, London Metropolitan University, 31/01/2012

Holley, D., O’Reilly, C, Hudson, A. The virtual warehouse: pedagogy and planning for building a warehouse in Second Life, Higher Education Research Seminar Series: Institute of Policy Studies in Education, London Metropolitan University, 22/11/2011

Holley, D. Diversity and Belonging in Higher Education, event for Black History Month, co-hosted by the Centre for Education and Business Research/The Comparative Organisation and Equality Research Centre (COERC), 19/10/2011 available at http://www.londonmet.ac.uk/lmbs/research/ceber/news-and-events.cfm 

 Croners Management Briefing Series

Holley, D. and O’Higgins, T. (October 2002). Raising awareness – taking the bus to the people, Croners CCH, (Coach & Bus management series)

Holley, D. (July 2002). Informal learning – a useful tool in the workplace? Croners CCH, (Road Transport managers briefing series)

Holley, D.  (April  2002). The effects of restructuring on women transport managers, Croners CCH, (Coach and Bus Management series)

Holley, D. (June 2002). Working in transport: what do female transport managers really think? Croners CCH, (Road Transport Management Series)

Holley, D. (October 2001).  Milton Keynes: Car City? Issue 112

Holley, D. (August 2001). Technology in passenger transport: a speedy future, Issue 110

Holley, D. (July 2001). Career Opportunities in the bus & coach industry for young people, Issue 108

Holley, D. (May 2001). Careers in Road Transport, Issue 107