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BA, PGCE, PG Dip Information Systems, MSc Computer Studies, PhD, SFHEA


Cath Jones is Head of Research Informed Teaching and Curriculum Development in the Faculty of Business and Society


Selected Publications

Connolly M, Jones C & Jones N (2007). New approaches, new vision: Capturing teacher experiences in a brave new online world. Open Learning

Connolly M, Jones C & Jones N (2006). Managing collaboration between further and higher education: A case study in practice. Journal of Further and Higher Education

Jones C, Connolly M, Gear A & Read M (2006). Collaborative learning and postgraduate students – an application of group interactive technology. Management Learning

Groves S, Gear A, Jones C, Connolly M & Read M (2006). Learning and anxiety: Exploring individual judgement processes in a learning environment with a group support system, in Banks D (2006) Audience Response Systems in Higher Education, Idea Group Publishing.

Prince J, Gear A, Jones C & Read M (2004). The Child Protection Conference: A study of process and an evaluation of the potential for online group support. Child Abuse Review

Jones C, Connolly M, Gear A, Prince J & Read M (2001). Improving interpersonal collaboration in child protection conferences using Group Process Support Systems, in Khosrowpour M (2001). Managing Information Technology in a Global Economy, Idea Group Publishing.

Jones C, Gear A, Connolly M & Read M (2001). Group interaction with online technology, in Khosrowpour M (2001) Managing Information technology in a Global Economy, Idea Group Publishing.

Jones C, Connolly M, Gear A & Read M (2001). A case for group interactive learning with Group Process Support. British Journal of Educational Technology 32(5): 571-586.


Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy
Associate Member of Association of Learning Technologies


Research interests are mainly focused around models of collaboration, collaborative learning and technology-enhanced learning.

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