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Dr Anne Adams

Professional biography

BACKGROUND

An infamous past acting in theatre and film led to years of work experience in Market Research. My reputation as a researcher was then saved by a degree in Psychology with IT. It was here that I realised computers can do quite useful things as long as they were designed for mere mortals to use them. I continued with this notion by studying an MSc in HCI (human computer interaction) at the UCL interaction center [formerly known as the ergonomics group]. I furthered my knowledge with a PhD at UCL, CS & psychology department looking at security, privacy and multimedia communicaitons. After a research fellow posts & consultancy work at Middlesex University & UCL my quest to make computers work through 'elearning' took me into an academic position at Nottingham Univesity.  I now continue my 'elearning' research in IET at the Open University.

CURRENT WORK

Dr. Adams is the IET Associate Director for Academic Professional Development.  This work builds on her strategic coordination of practitioner inquiry and action research support within the OU OpenCETLS, as well as developing a mentoring programme for the CETL Fellows.  Dr Adams is also the research lead for innovating pedagogy and a senior lecturer in IET. 

More recent research activities include Associate Director for knowledge exchange and technology pathways in 'The National Centre for Policing Research and Professional Development'.  This project began work in September 2015 and is funded by a grant from the Home Office and the Higher Education Funding Council for England, and managed by the College of Policing.  It is coordinated and works closely with the OU policing consoritum with 12 policing forces / bodies, overseen by a Steering Group chaired by Dr Steven Chase, Director of People at Thames Valley Police, and Professor Jean Hartley as the Academic Director.  Dr Adams also leads a research project working with highskillz (a serious gaming company)within the national centre on 'interview simulation for interviewing children'

Dr Adams is Principle Investigator on policing CPD and eLearning development work has now been funded with CEPOL (the European Policing College) to develop requirements and a procurement process for their eNet systems. 

Dr Adams is also Principle Investigator (with Oxford University Education Dept) on the ESRC Impact Accelerator Award developing teacher training and CPD open educational resources around 'tricky topics' a practice based application of threshold concepts. 

Dr. Adams also engages in scholarship activities and has completed two scholarship projects:

GET-IT Project: Participatory Video techniques have been used to support AL staff development across the faculties of business, Education, Healthcare and educational technology.  The results from this project identify that not only are these methods useful at an immediate tool but as an ongoing resource for workshop reflections.  The videos have currently been used by OUBS Course Teams to support international collaboration and understanding aroudn practice based learning.

Mobile Clinical Learnig Project:  Working with UCL CHIME and Turkish Teaching Hospital mobile devices are currently being distributed to clincians to support them in their work-based learning activities.  A comparative mixed method evaluation of these mobile support mechanisms will support an international viewpoint on the use of mobile learning in a global arena.

Dr. Adams has also been commissioned by the NHS to complete consultancy work on digital libraries and information provision in safety critical contexts.

 

Research interests

I have a wide range of research interests varying from the social impacts of technology & digital libraries to security and HCI, CSCW and Qualitative methods in HCI.

Practice based technology enhanced learning
From school teachers using technology to support their practices to police officers and academics changing practices around engaging stakeholders and communities in their research.  Central to this is what we are expecting others to learn, our relationship to policy makers and the public and in partiuclar the concept of expertise in relation to our identities as academics and practitioners. My research has sought to identify relationships between social structures and technological developments to aid user-centred technology introduction and development. Understanding the forces for, barriers against, and effects of change, as information systems such as digital libraries are introduced in clinical settings.  This approach incorporates the effect of social structures on technology design and implementation to the impacts technology have on society.  For example the role of technology in learning for prisoners, of teachers,  police officers, or healthcare practioners.  My initial research into this field reviewed the organisational and social impacts of authentication mechanisms, specifically passwords.

Research Methods
My interests in qualitative and quantitative methods for HCI have resulted in various seminars and lectures at various institutions (e.g. UCL, OU, Nottingham University, NHS, Eindhoven University) for undergraduate, graduates and academics in Grounded Theory, focus groups, in-depth interviews, Questionnaire design and application, mixed method and experimental design, video analysis techniques and impact methods, such as digital engagement.Further research has delved into the field of privacy specifically users’ perceptions of privacy within multimedia communications.

Teaching interests

 

Dr Adams has supported the development of and chaired the Masters Module H818: The Networked Practitioner.  She is also a member of the module team for the post-graduate certificate BYP834:  Evidence-Based Professional Learning.  Dr Adams has also provided materials for OU modules in social work, software requirements and Networked living. 

Prior to the OU Dr Adams developed and supported ecommerce and computing distance learnign modules at Middlesex and Bath. Face to face teaching was designed and delivered by Dr Adams at Nottingham, UCL and Nottingham specifically in the area of Human Computer Interaction as well as Mobile and Ubiquitous computing. 

Supervised 7 PhD / EdD  students:  Popi  Anastasiou (digital storytelling), Lesley Boyd (organisational learning), Adrian Walsh (trust and elearning) Pauline Ngwima (digital libraries in African HE), Anne Pike (offender learning and rehabilitation) Kurt Anderson (Grounded theory), Thiemo Romey (GIS in Teaching and Learning).
 

Impact and engagement

  • Co-developing with HighSkillz the 'tricky topic tool'
  • Established links with National Coordinating Centre for Public Engagement

  • Vice Chair of Governers for Radcliffe School

  • Established links with SetPoint and United Learning advancing STEM awarness, understanding and engagement throughout UK schools

  • Established industrial engagement with Microsoft, Google, HM Government, Royal Society of Medicine, Royal Society of Horticulture and various SMEs including Catchermedia.

  • Experienced in participatory design and engagment methods thorughout the research and design process.

External collaborations

National :

UCL Senate House, Lancashire Police, Birmingham University, Oxford Internet Institute, UCL interaction centre, HEA masterclass, Nottingham University, Royal Society of Surgeons, Glasgow University, Oxford Brookes University, Bath University, Sussex University, Cambridge university, British Telecome Martlesham, National Data protection Commissioner, Wilmslow

Invited Keynote for the HM Government Instinct (INnovation Science and Technology IN Counter Terrorism) TD3 showcase led by Logica

 

 Invited Keynote for the BCS London Hopper Colloquium (at BCS head office, London)

 

UCL, London Keynote public lecture on security and biometrics, live broadcast feed to BT

Invited Keynote for the NHS symposium ‘Health and Social Care Exchange’

Invited Keynote for the London Libraries Information Development Unit Annual symposium.  NHS, Dept of Health, Archway, London.

 

 

Advisory Board Member:

H2020 ManuSkills (http://www.manuskills.org)

H2020 WatchMe (http://www.project-watchme.eu/)

International Invited talks & Keynotes:

July 2009

IEEE ‘Policy ‘09’ Conference [Invited keynote] at Imperial College, London.  Invited to start the conference off.

April 2005

GOOGLE Palo Alto, invited external speaker series

February  2005

Royal Society of Medicine [Invited keynote] at the  joint US & UK conference with other invited speakers being (Presidents of the General Medical Council, US Medical Library Association and CILIP) London

March 2005

Microsoft, Cambridge as part of their international external speaker series

April 2004

Carnegie Mellon University. Pittsburgh, USA. as part of their international external speaker series

Sept 2002

Eindhoven University, Netherlands, as part of their international external speaker series

 

Research Activity

Research groups

NameTypeParent Unit
Computers and Learning Research Group (CALRG)GroupInstitute of Educational Technology
CRC: Human Centred ComputingCentreFaculty of Mathematics, Computing and Technology

 

Externally funded projects

Open World Learning

RoleStart dateEnd dateFunding source
Co-investigator01/Oct/201530/Sep/2020LEVERHULME The Leverhulme Trust
The OU has been awarded a major grant from The Leverhulme Trust to enable 18 new PhD scholarships to drive forward knowledge of Open World Learning. The focus will be on how to increase access to education for all across the globe using new technologies and innovative approaches. The Leverhulme Trust has awarded a grant of £1,050,000 to The OU's Institute of Educational Technology (IET) and Faculty of Education and Language Studies (FELS) to fund 15 full-time, three-year doctoral scholarships over the next five years. In addition to this, the OU will fund a further three scholars from low and middle-income economies, taking the total number of places up to 18. Managed by the Centre for Research in Education and Educational Technology (CREET), the purpose of these scholarships is to explore the factors that support or impede inclusive approaches to learning, for example around the use of new communication methods such as social networking and devices such as mobile phones and tablets.

Connected Communities & Design Highlight: Empowering Design Practices: historic places of worship as catalysts for connecting communities

RoleStart dateEnd dateFunding source
Co-investigator01/Oct/201430/Sep/2019AHRC (Arts & Humanities Research Council)
Empowering Design Practices is a five-year research project exploring historic places of worship and their potential as community resources. The project is funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council and includes the following partners: The Open University, Historic England, the Historic Religious Buildings Alliance, Heritage Lottery Fund and The Glass-House Community Led Design. Through this collaboration, the project aims to explore how community-led design can help empower those who look after historic places of worship to create more open, vibrant and sustainable places that respect and enhance the heritage. The project also aims to build national capacity for community-led design practice by developing open educational resources and training for design students, communities, as well as the professionals and support bodies who work with them. More information: http://empoweringdesign.net

Learning science and computing through juxtaposition performance in video making (H-11-023-AA)

RoleStart dateEnd dateFunding source
Lead01/Oct/201230/Sep/2015EC (European Commission): FP(inc.Horizon2020, H2020, ERC)
School and University students studying science and technology often encounter barriers to their understanding of complex concepts. However, unlike in the arts, students are frequently poorly motivated to overcome these barriers. Focusing on ‘performance’ JuxtaLearn will provoke student curiosity in science and technology through creative film making and editing activities. Computational identification of students’ barriers to conceptual understanding will be overcome by scaffolded creative application of concepts in activities juxtaposed to traditional understanding. State of the art technologies will support students transferable reflections focusing on two pedagogical approaches: juxtaposition performance and reflective performance. Juxtaposition performance: JuxtaLearn ICMAs (Interactive Computer Marked Assessments) will support students’ identification of threshold concepts that are their own personal barriers to understanding. Students’ understanding will be enhanced by them creating personal performances through application of a theory in a formal activity and then again in a creative juxtaposed activity (e.g. physics used in music DJ-ing, chemistry occurring in kitchens, possible evolution of an alien race). New media and learning analytics of public video resources will facilitate student creative inspiration and further conceptual insight and understanding. Reflective performance: State of the art systems for automated and personalised film making and editing will support curiosity and creative expression. A deeper understanding will be reinforced through scaffolding reflections on essential elements in applying the theory. Students will, for example, be supported in instigating reflective decisions on what to film, how to film it and what and where to edit. Public displays will enable sharing and commenting of these performances thus encouraging public curiosity and a ‘buzz’ around specific complex concepts.

An open research university: How to embed public engagement within the culture of research (RS-11-005-TB)

RoleStart dateEnd dateFunding source
Co-investigator01/Apr/201231/Mar/2015RCUK Research Councils UK
The aim of this proposal is to embed public engagement with research within The Open University’s (OU) strategic planning for research and the operational practices of researchers at all levels; to become an open research university.

Social inclusion through synchronous distributed team collaboration. (H-09-023-AA)

RoleStart dateEnd dateFunding source
Lead01/Mar/201031/Dec/2011EPSRC (Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council)
Mobile technologies bring the digital and the physical worlds together by providing just-in-time/contextual information related to what people are observing, visiting or walking past. However, people with mobility disabilities or socio-economic limitations are often prevented from experiencing these new forms of user experience. We are proposing an alternative approach through developing hybrid ‘social inclusion’ solutions that aim to support collaboration between teams moving around ‘in the field’ and those ‘in the home’. This proposal will develop new ways of connecting existing mobile and shared table-top technologies to support synchronous distributed team collaboration that enables innovative forms of vicarious experiences. An educational prototype system for investigating aspects of the environment will be built to demonstrate and evaluate the effectiveness of the approach for supporting distributed team collaboration. With this project we seek to build systems with middlewear that will link information resource systems and co-located table-top collaboration applications at the home-base with and mobile data collection and communication devices. This will require seamless translation of mobile data collection (i.e. audio, video, geological readings) into table-top displays e.g. mash-ups between geological readings in the wild linked to mappings on table-tops. Partner companies will support the development of viable propositions. The software company, specialising in mobile learning applications, OOKL, will support the synchronous collaboration between mobile and home-based applications. SMART, who specialise in tabletop solutions for educational applications, are in the business of developing ‘ecology of technologies’ through the seamless interaction between devices and displays i.e middleware for table-tops.

Publications

"We muddle our way through”: shared and distributed expertise in digital engagement with research (2016-06-09)
Grand, Ann; Holliman, Richard; Collins, Trevor and Adams, Anne
Journal of Science Communication, 15, Article A05(4) (pp. 1-23)
创新教学报告2015 —探索教学、学习与评价的新形式 [Innovating Pedagogy 2015] (2016-04-23)
Sharples, M.; Adams, A.; Alozie, N.; Ferguson, R.; FitzGerald, E.; Gaved, M.; McAndrew, P.; Means, B.; Remold, J.; Rienties, B.; Roschelle, J.; Vogt, K.; Whitelock, D. and Yarnall, L.
开放学习研究 [Open Learning] (2016.1) (pp. 1-18)
Turn it on its head! Juxtaposed Learning (2015-12)
Adams, Anne; Hartnett, Elizabeth and Clough, Gill
Creative Education ((In press))
Mapping Public Engagement with Research in a UK University (2015-04-02)
Grand, Ann; Davies, Gareth; Holliman, Richard and Adams, Anne
PLoS ONE, 10(4) (pp. 1-19)
Revolutionary and evolutionary technology design processes in location-based interactions (2015)
FitzGerald, Elizabeth and Adams, Anne
International Journal of Mobile Human Computer Interaction, 7(1) (pp. 59-78)
The e-assessment burger: supporting the before and after in e-assessment systems (2015)
Adams, Anne and Clough, Gill
Interaction Design and Architecture(s)(25) (pp. 39-57)
The different roles of ‘design process champions’ for digital libraries in African higher education (2013-09)
Adams, Anne and Ngimwa, Pauline
International Journal of Digital Libraries, 13(3-4) (pp. 119-133)
Of catwalk technologies and boundary creatures (2013)
Adams, Anne; FitzGerald, Elizabeth and Priestnall, Gary
ACM Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction (TOCHI), 20, Article 15(3)
Digital exclusion or learning exclusion? An ethnographic study of adult male distance learners in English prisons (2012-12-19)
Pike, Anne and Adams, Anne
Research in Learning Technology, 20, Article 18620(4)
The conceptual framing, design and evaluation of device ecologies for collaborative activities (2012-09)
Coughlan, Tim; Collins, Trevor D.; Adams, Anne; Rogers, Yvonne; Haya, Pablo A. and Martin, Estefania
International Journal of Human-Computer Studies, 70(10) (pp. 765-779)
Local connections: designing technologies for discovery and creativity within the community (2012-01)
Coughlan, Tim; van der Linden, Janet and Adams, Anne
Interactions, 19(1) (pp. 18-22)
Role of policies in collaborative design process for digital libraries within African higher education (2011)
Ngimwa, Pauline and Adams, Anne
Library Hi Tech, 29(4) (678 -696)
Privacy Issues for Online Personal Photograph collections (2010-08)
Cunningham, Sally Jo; Masood, Masoodian and Adams, Anne
Journal of theoretical and applied electronic commerce research, 5(2) (pp. 26-40)
The PRET A Rapporter framework: Evaluating digital libraries from the perspective of information work (2008-01)
Blanford, Ann; Adams, Anne; Attfield, Simon; Buchanan, George; Gow, Jeremy; Makri, Stephann; Rimmer, Jon and Warwick, Claire
Information Processing & Management, 44(1) (pp. 4-21)
Implementing digital resources for clinicians' and patients' varying needs (2006-06)
Adams, Anne; Blandford, Ann and Attfield, Simon
Informatics for Health and Social Care, 30(2) (pp. 107-122)
HDLalert – a healthcare DL alerting system: from user needs to implementation (2006)
Hinze, Annika; Buchanan, George; Jung, Doris and Adams, Anne
Health Informatics Journal, 12(2) (pp. 121-135)
Patient information needs: Pre and Post consultation (2006)
Attfield, Simon J.; Adams, Anne and Blandford, Ann
Health Informatics Journal, 12(2) (pp. 165-177)
Exploring the benefits of user education: a review of three case studies (2005-09)
Murphy, Jeannette and Adams, Anne
Health Information and Libraries Journal, 22(s1) (pp. 45-58)
Bridging the gap between organisational and user perspectives of security in the clinical domain (2005-07)
Adams, Anne and Blandford, Ann
International Journal of Human-Computer Studies, 63(1 - 2) (pp. 175-202)
Social empowerment and exclusion: a case study on digital libraries (2005-06)
Adams, Anne; Blandford, Ann and Lunt, Peter
ACM Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction (TOCHI), 12(2) (pp. 174-200)
What gets missed when deploying new technologies in A&E? (2005-06)
Broome, C. and Adams, A.
Informatics for Health and Social Care, 30(2) (pp. 83-87)
Organizational communication and awareness: a novel solution for health informatics (2005)
Adams, Anne; Blandford, Ann; Budd, Dawn and Bailey, Neil
Health Informatics Journal, 11(3) (pp. 163-178)
Healthcare digital libraries workshop - HDL 2004 (2004)
Adams, Anne and Kostokova, Patty
D-Lib Magazine, 10(10)
A whole picture is worth a thousand words (2003-05)
Adams, Anne
ACM SIGCHI Bulletin, 2003 (p 12)
The unseen and unacceptable face of digital libraries (2002-10)
Adams, Anne and Blandford, Ann
International Journal of Digital Libraries, 4(2) (pp. 71-81)
Acceptability of medical digital libraries (2002)
Adams, Anne and Blandford, Ann
Health Informatics Journal, 8(2) (pp. 58-66)
Situated learning in virtual worlds and identity reformation (2011)
Adams, Anne; Astruc, Lluisa; Garrido, Cecilia and Sweeney, Breen
In: Peachey, Anna and Childs, Mark eds. Reinventing Ourselves: Contemporary Concepts of Identity in Virtual Worlds. Immersive Environments (pp. 275-299)
ISBN : 978-0-85729-360-2 | Publisher : Springer-Verlag | Published : London
Questionnaires, in-depth interviews and focus groups (2008)
Adams, Anne and Cox, Anna L.
In: Cairns, Paul and Cox, Anna L. eds. Research Methods for Human Computer Interaction (pp. 17-34)
ISBN : 9780521870122 | Publisher : Cambridge University Press | Published : Cambridge, UK
Understanding practitioner's emotive responses to technology in practice based learning (2008)
Adams, Anne
In: Austerlitz, Noam ed. Unspoken Interactions: Exploring the Unspoken Dimension of Learning and Teaching in Creative Subjects
ISBN : 978-0-9541439-9-2 | Publisher : Centre for Learning and Teaching in Design (CLTAD), University of the Arts | Published : London
A qualititative approach to HCI research (2008)
Adams, Anne; Lunt, Peter and Cairns, Paul
In: Cairns, Paul and Cox, Anna eds. Research Methods for Human-Computer Interaction (pp. 138-157)
ISBN : 9780521870122 | Publisher : Cambridge University Press | Published : Cambridge, UK
The User is not the enemy (2005-08)
Adams, Anne and Sasse, Angela
In: Cranor, Lorrie Faith and Garfinkel, Simson eds. Security and Usability: Designing secure systems that people can use (pp. 610-630)
ISBN : 596008279 | Publisher : O’Reilly | Published : USA
Security and Online learning: to protect or prohibit (2003-03)
Adams, Anne and Blandford, Ann
In: Ghaoui, Claude ed. Usability Evaluation of Online Learning Programs (pp. 331-359)
ISBN : 1591401054 | Publisher : IDEA Publishing | Published : UK
Digital libraries in academia: Challenges and changes (2002)
Adams, Anne and Blandford, Ann
In: Goos, G.; Hartmanis, J. and van Leeuwen, J. eds. Digital Libraries: People, Knowledge, and Technology. Lecture Notes in Computer Science (pp. 392-403)
ISBN : 978-3-540-00261-1 | Publisher : Springer | Published : Berlin
Digital libraries in a clinical setting: Friend of foe? (2001)
Adams, Anne and Blandford, Ann
In: Constantopoulos, Panos and Sølvberg, Ingeborg T. eds. Research and Advanced Technology for Digital Libraries. Lecture Notes in Computer Science (pp. 213-224)
ISBN : 978-3-540-42537-3 | Publisher : Springer | Published : Berlin
An Open Research University (2015)
Holliman, Richard; Adams, Anne; Blackman, Tim; Collins, Trevor; Davies, Gareth; Dibb, Sally; Grand, Ann; Holti, Richard; Mckerlie, Fiona; Mahony, Nick and Wissenburg, Astrid
Holliman, Richard; Adams, Anne; Blackman, Tim; Collins, Trevor; Davies, Gareth; Dibb, Sally; Grand, Ann; Holti, Richard; McKerlie, Fiona; Mahony, Nick and Wissenburg, Astrid eds.
ISBN : 9781473004030 | Publisher : The Open University | Published : Milton Keynes
Evidence Cafés and Practitioner Cafés supported by online resources: A route to innovative training in practice based approaches (2017)
Clough, Gill; Adams, Anne and Halford, Eric
In : 2016 CEPOL EUROPEAN POLICE RESEARCH & SCIENCE CONFERENCE (5-7 Oct 2016, Budapest) ((In Press))
Exploring Emotion Representation to Support Dialogue in Police Training on Child Interviewing (2016)
Margoudi, Maria; Hart, Jennefer; Adams, Anne and Oliveira, Manuel
In : Second Joint International Conference, JCSG 2016, Brisbane, QLD, Australia, September 26-27, 2016, Proceedings (September 2016) (pp. 73-86)
Artistic participatory video-making for science engagement (2014)
Adams, Anne; Hartnett, Elizabeth; Clough, Gill; Grand, Ann and Goldsmith, Rick
In : CHI 2014 annual ACM SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Science (26 April - 1 May 2014, Toronto, Canada)
Evocative computing – creating meaningful lasting experiences in connecting with the past (2013-09-02)
van der Linden, Janet; Rogers, Yvonne; Coughlan, Tim; Adams, Anne; Wilson, Caroline; Haya, Pablo; Martin, Estafania and Collins, Trevor
In : Interact 2013 (2-6 September 2013, Cape Town. South Africa)
GeoHCI for learning in the wild (2013-04)
FitzGerald, Elizabeth and Adams, Anne
In : GeoHCI Workshop at CHI 2013 (27–28 April 2013, Paris, France)
Augmented reality and mobile learning: the state of the art (2012-10)
FitzGerald, Elizabeth; Adams, Anne; Ferguson, Rebecca; Gaved, Mark; Mor, Yishay and Thomas, Rhodri
In : 11th World Conference on Mobile and Contextual Learning (mLearn 2012) (16-18 Oct 2012, Helsinki, Finland) (pp. 62-69)
Enabling live dialogic and collaborative learning between field and indoor contexts (2011-07-04)
Coughlan, Tim; Adams, Anne; Rogers, Yvonne and Davies, Sarah-Jane
In : The 25th BCS Conference on Human Computer Interaction (04-08 July 2011, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK) (pp. 88-98)
Live linking of fieldwork to the laboratory increases students inquiry based reflections (2011-07-04)
Adams, Anne; Coughlan, Tim; Rogers, Yvonne; Collins, Trevor; Davies, Sarah-Jane; Blake, Canan and Lea, John
In : CSCL 2011: International Conference on Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning (04-08 July 2011, Hong Kong)
Designing interconnected distributed resources for collaborative inquiry based science education (2011-06-13)
Adams, Anne; Coughlan, Tim; Lea, John; Rogers, Yvonne; Davies, Sarah-Jane and Collins, Trevor
In : ACM/IEEE Joint Conference on Digital Libraries (13-17 June 2011, Ottawa)
Effectiveness of mobile learning across various settings (2011-04)
Blake, Canan; Adams, Anne and Scanlon, Eileen
In : CAL Conference 2011, Learning Futures: Education, Technology & Sustainability ( 13 - 15 April 2011, Manchester)
Working with ‘mission control’ in scientific fieldwork: supporting interactions between in situ and distanced collaborators (2011-03-19)
Coughlan, Tim; Adams, Anne; Collins, Trevor; Davies, Sarah-Jane; Lea, John and Rogers, Yvonne
In : The 2011 ACM Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work (19 - 23 Mar 2011, Hangzhou, China)
Using PDAs in healthcare settings (2010-10)
Blake, Canan; Adams, Anne and Scanlon, Eileen
In : Proceedings of mLearn 2010, World Conference on Mobile and contextual Learning, Valetta, Malta. University of Malta, (19-22 October 2010, Valetta, Malta)
Designing for balance: 'Out There and in Here' (2010-09-06)
Coughlan, Tim; Adams, Anne and Rogers, Yvonne
In : 24th BCS Conference on Human-Computer Interaction (HCI2010): Play is a Serious Business (6- 10 September 2010, Dundee, Scotland)
Out there and in here: design for blended scientific inquiry learning (2010)
Adams, Anne; Davies, Sarah; Collins, Trevor and Rogers, Yvonne
In : 17th Association for Learning Technology Conference ALT-C 2010 - (07–09 Sep 2010, Nottingham, UK)
Virual world users evaluated according to environment design, task based adn affective attention measures (2009-09-03)
Sweeney, Breen and Adams, Anne
In : Proceedings of the 2009 British Computer Society Conference on Human-Computer Interaction (1-5 Sept 2009, Cambridge, UK)
Collaborative ownership in cross-cultural educational digital library design (2009)
Ngimwa, Pauline; Adams, Anne and Underwood, Josh
In : 13th European Conference on Digital Libraries, ECDL 2009 (27 September- 2 October , 2009, Corfu, Greece)
Tensions in designing and developing pedagogy in e-learning systems (2008)
Adams, Anne
In : 6th International Conference on Education and Information Systems, Technologies and Applications. EISTA '08 (29 June- 2 July 2008, Orlando, FL)
Security issues within prison and health open and distance learning programmes (2008)
Adams, Anne and Pike, Anne
In : The Fifth Pan-Commonwealth Forum on Open Learning (13-17 July 2008, London)
Evaluating empowerment and control of HE e-learning in a secure environment (2008)
Adams, Anne and Pike, Anne
In : British Educational Research Association (BERA) Conference (2008, Edinburgh, U.K.)
Technology that enhances without inhibiting learning (2007-05-02)
Adams, Anne; Scott, Peter; Pettit, John and Kukulska-Hulme, Agnes
In : CTSS Conference (1-2 May 2007, The Open University, Milton Keynes, UK)
How technology can enable or inhibit work-based learning in a clinical setting (2007)
Adams, Anne
In : 15th World Conference on Cooperative Education (WACE '07) (26-29 June 2007, Singapore)
Mobile digital libraries in a clinical domain (2007)
Adams, Anne
In : The First International M-libraries Conference (13-14 November 2007, Milton Keynes, UK)
Where do we go from here: The value of practitioner inquiry for institutional change (2007)
Adams, A. and Hill, L.
In : International Society for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Annual Conference (ISSOTL '07) (2-5 July 2007, Sydney, Australia)
Practitioner inquiry and academic work-based learning (2007)
Adams, Anne and Hills, Laura
In : 15th World Co-operative Education Conference (WACE '07) (26-29 June 2007, Singapore)
The impact of communication technologies on teaching and learning identities (2007)
Adams, A.; Bennett, J. and Beechener, K.
In : International Society for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Annual Conference (ISSOTL '07) (2-5 July 2007, Sydney, Australia)
Digital libraries' support for the user's information journey (2005-03-05)
Adams, Anne and Blandford, Ann
In : JCDL 2005 (7-11 June 2005, Denver, CO, USA)
Building security and trust in online banking (2005)
Nilsson, Maria; Adams, Anne and Herd, Simon
In : CHI 2005 (2-7 April 2005, Portland, Oregon, USA)
The impact of authentication on health digital resources (2005)
Adams, Anne
In : HDL 2005: Healthcare Digital Libraries Workshop held in conjunction with ECDL 2005 (22 September 2005, Vienna, Austria)
Grounded theory: A biased or holistic approach (2005)
Adams, Anne
In : JCDL '05 Workshop on Studying Digital Library Users In the Wild: Theories, Methods, and Analytical Approaches (10-11 June 2005, Denver, CO, USA)
Health Service DL alerting: Users requirements and design (2005)
Buchanan, George; Adams, Anne; Jung, Doris and Hinze, Annika
In : HDL 2005: Healthcare Digital Libraries Workshop held in conjunction with ECDL 2005 (22 September 2005, Vienna, Austria)
Out with the old in with the new: What gets missed when deploying new technologies in A&E (2005)
Broome, Catherine and Adams, Anne
In : HC2005: 22nd annual conference of Health Informatics (21-23 March 2005, Harrogate, UK)
Patient information needs: Before and after doctor consultations (2005)
Attfield, Simon and Adams, Anne
In : HDL 2005: Healthcare Digital Libraries Workshop held in conjunction with ECDL 2005 (22 September 2005, Vienna, Austria)
Have digital resources taken a wrong turn on the health information journey (2004)
Adams, Anne; Attfield, Simon and Blandford, Ann
In : Health Digital Libraries Workshop (HDL04) at ECDL '04 (16 Sept 2004, University of Bath, Bath, UK)
An outreach librarian projects impact upon successful digital library uptake (2003)
Adams, Anne
In : HDL 2003: Healthcare Digital Libraries Workshop 2003 held in conjunction with ECDL 2003 (21 August 2003, Trondheim, Norway)
Managing or reciprocating with digital library information in a clinical setting (2001)
Adams, Anne and Blandford, Ann
In : IHM-HCI'01 (10-14 Sept 2001, Lille, France)
Privacy in multimedia communications: protecting users not just data (2001)
Adams, Anne and Sasse, Martina Angela
In : IHM-HCI'01 (10-14 Sept 2001, Lille, France)
MAZI Deliverable Report D2.4: Design, progress and evaluation of the Deptford CreekNet pilot (version 1) (2016-12-31)
Davies, Gareth; Stevens, James; Gaved, Mark; Clayton, Paul and Adams, Anne
MAZI Consortium, Volos, Greece.
JuxtaLearn DELIVERABLE Report D3.5 Service scenario documentation (2016)
Hartnett, Elizabeth and Adams, Anne
The Open University
Innovating Pedagogy 2015: Open University Innovation Report 4 (2015-12-03)
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The Open University
JuxtaLearn D3.2 Performance Framework (2013)
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Open University, Milton Keynes, UK.
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