Publications

Watling, Sue (2015) e-teaching as companion to e-learning; supporting digital pedagogies and practice with academics in higher education. In Compass: Journal of Learning and Teaching, University of Greenwich, vol 8 issue 12  https://journals.gre.ac.uk/index.php/compass/article/view/270

Watling, Sue (2015) Know Your Limits. Thesis Whisperer, October 2015  http://thesiswhisperer.com/2015/10/21/know-your-limits/ 

Watling, Sue. (2015) Digital diversity in higher education. Paper presented at SRHE Conference, Newport, South Wales, December 2015. http://www.srhe.ac.uk/conference2015/abstracts/0213.pdf

Watling, S. (2016) Book Review: Learning with the labyrinth: creating reflective space in higher education, edited by Jan Sellers and Bernard Moss. In the Journal of Learning Development in Higher Education, no 10, December 2013
http://www.aldinhe.ac.uk/ojs/index.php?journal=jldhe&page=index

Watling, S. (2016) War of the Words: Uncovering connections between poetics and research and gaining new insights through the #creativeHE conversation. In the Creative Academic Magazine, 5, September 2016, pp 58-60, ‘Exploring Creative Ecologies’.
http://www.creativeacademic.uk/uploads/1/3/5/4/13542890/cam_5.pdf 

Watling, S. (2016) Changing Jobs, Changing Institutions, Changing my Future: The ecology of transition, learning and development. In Lifewide Education, 16, March 2016 ‘Ecologies Professional Learning and Development’  http://www.lifewideeducation.uk/magazine.html


The documents below are stored on the repository at http://eprints.lincoln.ac.uk/ Not all documents are directly downloadable, please contact s.watling@hull.ac.uk for unavailable ones. 


Watling, Sue (2014) e-teaching craft and practice. In: Rhetoric and Reality: Critical perspectives on educational technology. University of Otago, New Zealand, pp. 431-435. http://ascilite2014.otago.ac.nz/files/concisepapers/75-Watling.pdf 

Watling, Sue (2013) Preparation for academic practice with OER for international students. Higher Education Academy (HEA) Case Study.

Watling, Sue (2012) Embedding OER practice. Project Report. Higher Education Academy

Watling, Sue (2012) Digital landscapes: inclusive potential versus exclusive practice. International Journal of Diversity in Organizations, Communities and Nations, 11 (5). pp.71-83

Watling, Sue and Rogers, Jim (2012) Why social work students need to be careful about online identities. Guardian Social Care. Why social work students need to be careful about online identities | Social Care Network | The Guardian. Friday 5 October 2012.

Watling, Sue (2012) Student as producer and open educational resources: enhancing learning through digital scholarship. Effective Learning in Social Science (ELiSS), 4 (3).

Watling, Sue (2012) Digital exclusion: potential implications for social work education. Social Work Education, 31 (1). pp. 125-130.

Watling, Sue (2012) Invisible publics: higher education and digital exclusion. In: Towards teaching in public: reshaping the modern university. Continuum International Publishing Group Ltd.

Watling, Sue (2012) Sensory awareness and social work [Michelle Evans and Andrew Whittaker; review of]. Practice: Social Work in Action , 24 (1). pp. 69-70.

Watling, Sue (2011) Digital exclusion: coming out from behind closed doors. Disability and Society, 26 (4). pp. 491-495.

Watling, Sue and Crawford, Karin (2011) Digital exclusion: implications for human services practitioners. Journal of Technology in Human Services, 28 (4). pp. 205-216.

Watling, Sue and Hagyard, Andy (2010) The student as producer: learning by doing research. In: Doing Research in Learning Development in Higher Education. Universities into the 21st Century . Palgrave Macmillan.

Watling, Sue (2009) ‘Getting Started’: pre-induction access to higher education. In: World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare, and Higher Education (ELEARN) 2009, 26 – 30 October 2009, Vancouver.

Watling, Sue (2009) Pheromone therapy: design for learning online. In: International Conference on Information Communication Technology in Education, 9-11 July 2009, Athens, Greece.

Watling, Sue and Saunders, Gary (2009) Cats and dogs and pheromones: researching the student experience. In: Athens Institute Education and Research (ATINER) 11th Education Conference, 25-28 May 2009, Athens, Greece.

Watling, Sue (2009) Technology-enhanced learning: a new digital divide? In: The future of higher education: policy, pedagogy and the student experience. Continuum International Publishing Group Ltd.

Conference Presentations

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  • Jisc Connect, Liverpool July 2016
  • Digital Capabilities Spotlight, Birmingham July 2016
  • SRHE Conference, Newport, South Wales, December 2015,
  • BETT Technology, London January 2016,
  • Making Research Count Keynote, Preston, Lancashire, January 2016

Watling, Sue (2015) E-learning, e-teaching, e-literacies: enhancement versus exclusion. Presentation Slides from: Academic Practice and Technology Conference 2015: Flipping the Institution, higher education in the post digital age, 7 july 2015, University of Greenwich.

Watling, Sue (2015) 3 digital C’s competency, capability and confidence: an action research approach to digital development. Presentation slides from: Blackboard World Teaching and Learning Conference 2015, 21 – 24 July 2015, Washington DC.

Watling, Sue (2014) e-teaching: from digitally shy to digitally confident. Presentation slides from: Blackboard World 2014 Conference, 15 – 17 July 2014, Las Vegas.

Watling, Sue (2014) Teaching and learning in a digital age: myths and realities. Presentation slides from: Festival of Teaching and Learning, 20 June 2014, University of Lincoln.

Watling, Sue and Rogers, Jim (2014) Digital danger: the dark side of the net. Presentation slides from: Behind Closed Doors, 1 April 2014, University of Lincoln.

Watling, Sue (2014) Teaching and learning in a digital age: myths of digital competence. Presentation slides from: Life of i; 14th Durham BB Users Conference, 9 – 10 January 2014, Calman Learning Centre, Durham University.

Watling, Sue (2013) Student as Producer and OER enhancing learning through digital scholarship. Presentation slides from: Student as Producer Conference 2014, 26 – 27 June 2013, University of Lincoln.

Watling, Sue (2012) Embedding OER practice: supporting staff to deliver student experiences of a lifetime. Presentation slides from: HEA Annual Conference, 3-4 July 2012 , Manchester.

Watling, Sue (2012) Disability: the struggle for inclusion in a digital society. Presentation slides from: Social Work and Social Development: Action and Impact , 8-12 July 2012 , Stockholm.

Watling, Sue (2012) Social media and personal identity: the presentation of self online. Presentation slides from: Social Work and Social Development: Action and Impact , 8-12 July 2012 , Stockholm .

Watling, Sue (2012) Hitting the ground running; using Blackboard to provide transition support for new students. Presentation slides from: Blackboard Teaching and Learning Conference 2012 , 23-25 April 2012, Antwerp, Belgium. Item availability may be restricted.

Watling, Sue (2012) Embedding OER practice. Presentation slides from: 9th ALDinHE Conference, 2-4 April 2012, University of Leeds.

Watling, Sue and Hagyard, Andy (2011) ‘Getting started’: using technology to enhance student transition into university. Presentation slides from: SEDA Annual Conference 2011 Using Technology to Enhance Learning, 17-18 November 2011, Birmingham.

Watling, Sue (2011) Digital landscapes: ‘inclusive potential versus exclusive practice’. Presentation slides from: 11th International Conference on Diversity in Organizations, Communities and Nations , 20-22 June 2011, University of the Western Cape, South Africa.

Watling, Sue (2011) Digital data: your ‘flexible friend’. Conference poster from: 8th ALDinHE Conference Queen’s University Belfast, 18-20 April 2011, Queen’s University Belfast.

Watling, Sue (2011) ‘Getting Started’: beginning the postgraduate research journey

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. In: The Graduate School Conference, 25 February 2011, University of Lincoln.

Watling, Sue (2010) Falling through the net: implications of digital exclusion. Presentation slides from: 12th UK Joint Social Work Education Conference with the 4th UK Social Work Research Conference, 30th June – 2nd July 2010, University of Hertfordshire.

Watling, Sue (2010) Gutenberg to Google: access denied. Presentation slides from: Higher Education Academy Conference 2010, 22-23 June 2010, University of Hertfordshire.

Watling, Sue and Crawford, Karin (2010) Digital exclusion and the social work agenda. Presentation slides from: HUSITA9 at the Joint World Conference on Social Work and Social Development, 10-14 June 2010, Hong Kong.

Rogers, Jim and Watling, Sue (2010) An approach to meeting the ICT requirements of the social work degree. Presentation slides from: 12th UK Joint Social Work Education Conference with the 4th UK Social Work Research Conference , 30th June- 2nd July 2010, University of Hertfordshire.

Hagyard, Andy and Watling, Sue and Crawford, Karin (2009) Pre registration opportunities for social work degree students. Presentation slides from: 11th Joint Social Work Education Conference and the 3rd UK Social Work Research Conference, 8-10 July 2009, University of Hertfordshire.

Watling, Sue (2009) ‘Getting Started’: pre-induction access to higher education. Presentation slides from: JSWEC 11th UK Joint Social Work Education Conference with the 3rd UK Social Work Research Conference , 8 – 10 July 2009, University of Hertfordshire.

Watling, Sue and Crawford, Karin (2009) SCOTs: Students Consulting On Teaching. Poster from: Joint Social Work in Education Conference.

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