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
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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