Items where SHU Author is "Hramiak, Alison"
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BOULTON, Helen and HRAMIAK, Alison (2014). Cascading the use of Web 2.0 technology in secondary schools in the United Kingdom: identifying the barriers beyond pre-service training. Technology, Pedagogy and Education, 23 (2), 151-165.
IRWIN, B. and HRAMIAK, A. (2010). A discourse analysis of trainee teacher identity in online discussion forums. Technology, pedagogy and education, 19 (3), 361-377.
HRAMIAK, A. (2010). Online learning community development with teachers as a means of enhancing initial teacher training. Technology, pedagogy and education, 19 (1), 47-62.
HRAMIAK, A., BOULTON, H. and IRWIN, B. (2009). Trainee teachers' use of blogs as private reflections for professional development. Learning, media and technology, 34 (3), 259-269.
HRAMIAK, A. (2007). Initial evaluation and analysis of post graduate trainees use of a virtual learning environment in initial teacher training. Electronic journal of e-learning, 5 (2), 103 -112.
HRAMIAK, A. (2005). A method for the analysis of data from online educational research. Journal of interactive online learning, 4 (2), 82-93.
Conference or Workshop Item
HRAMIAK, A., BOULTON, H. and IRWIN, B. (2008). Giving voice to learners: using private blogs to develop self-reflection. In: Association for Learning Technology (ALT) Conference, Leeds, 9-11 September 2008.
CHATTERTON, J. and HRAMIAK, A. (2007). Bootcamp - funcamp: an evaluation of intensive, 3-day, on-line courses for school students, leading to the European Computer Driving Licence (ECDL). In: Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education International Conference (SITE), Austin, Texas, March 2007. 1780-1787.
HRAMIAK, A. (2006). A pedagogical framework for the use of information and communications technology in initial teacher training. In: Distance and E-Learning Network (EDEN) annual conference, Vienna University of Technology, Vienna, Austria, 14-17 June 2006. 353-359.
HRAMIAK, A. (2003). To VLE or not to VLE: what are the questions for professional development in further education? In: Standing Conference on University Teaching and Research in the Education of Adults (SCUTREA) 33rd annual conference, University of Wales, Bangor, 1-3 July 2003.