MA by Research Media, Culture and Communication
BA (Hons) Media Communications 1st Class
Having studied at the University as an undergraduate and postgraduate Media and Cultural Studies student, I am now currently working at CELT as a graduate intern. I am researching Personal Tutoring, Inspiring Teachers and the Scholarship of Learning and Teaching. I have recently submitted my MRes Dissertation in Children’s Television and Memory.
Emmett, C., Hou, E and Jones, L (2017) ‘Over the Rainbow: small symbol, big impact, and uncovering ‘untold’ stories’, LGBTQ+ Second Annual Conference, Swansea University, September 2017.
Jones, L (2017) ‘The Transition from a Personal Tutor to a Personal Coach: Success, Attainment and Retention for Minority Language Students’, UK Advising and Tutoring Conference 2017, Leeds Trinity University, April 2017.
Jones, L (2017) ‘The Treasured Memories of Childhood and Television: A BBC Nostalgic Education’, Creative Industries Annual Research Symposium, University of South Wales, May 2017.
Jones, L., Kell, C and Naamani, C (2017) ‘It isn’t all about the technology: An exploration of the impact of learning space design on collaborative approaches in the digital classroom’, Association for Learning Technology, University of Liverpool, September 2017.
CELT- Research areas include personal academic coaching strategies and evaluation, the scholarship of learning and teaching, ideas around inspiring teachers, promoting equality, diversity and widening access and ethnographic study of a Digital Classroom.
Masters by Research Media, Culture and Communication
The Treasured Memories of Childhood and Television: Intergenerational memory, the home and children’s remake television.
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