Jason M Lodge
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Academic workload: the silent barrier to the implementation of technology-enhanced learning strategies in higher education
MSJ Gregory, JM Lodge
Distance education 36 (2), 210-230, 2015
Early career academic perceptions, attitudes and professional development activities: questioning the teaching and research gap to further academic development
KE Matthews, JM Lodge, A Bosanquet
International Journal for Academic Development 19 (2), 112-124, 2014
Evaluating quality learning in higher education: Re-examining the evidence
JM Lodge, A Bosanquet
Quality in Higher Education 20 (1), 3-23, 2014
Co-creation in higher education: Towards a conceptual model
M Dollinger, JM Lodge, H Coates
Journal of Marketing for Higher Education 28 (2), 210-231, 2018
Making sense of how I learn: Metacognitive capital and the first year university student
S Larmar, JM Lodge
International Journal of the First Year in Higher Education 5 (1), 93-105, 2014
Redefining ‘early career’ in academia: A collective narrative approach
A Bosanquet, A Mailey, KE Matthews, JM Lodge
Higher Education Research & Development 36 (5), 890-902, 2017
Pigeon pecks and mouse clicks: Putting the learning back into learning analytics
JM Lodge, M Lewis
Future challenges, sustainable futures. Proceedings ascilite Wellington, 560-564, 2012
Co-creation strategies for learning analytics
M Dollinger, JM Lodge
Proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Learning Analytics and†…, 2018
Inside out: Detecting learners’ confusion to improve interactive digital learning environments
A Arguel, L Lockyer, OV Lipp, JM Lodge, G Kennedy
Journal of Educational Computing Research 55 (4), 526-551, 2017
Establishing a framework for transforming student engagement, success and retention in higher education institutions
KJ Nelson, JA Clarke, ID Stoodley, TA Creagh
Office for Learning and Teaching, 2014
From the laboratory to the classroom: Translating science of learning for teachers
JC Horvath, JM Lodge, JAC Hattie
Routledge, 2017
Capturing dynamic presentation: Using technology to enhance the chalk and the talk
S Venema, JM Lodge
Australasian Journal of Educational Technology 29 (1), 20-31, 2013
Inferring learning from big data: The importance of a transdisciplinary and multidimensional approach
JM Lodge, SSJ Alhadad, MJ Lewis, D Gasevic
Technology, Knowledge and Learning 22 (3), 385-400, 2017
What data and analytics can and do say about effective learning
JM Lodge, L Corrin
Nature npj: Science of Learning 2 (1), 4-5, 2017
A tale of two MOOCs: How student motivation and participation predict learning outcomes in different MOOCs
A Brooker, L Corrin, P de Barba, JM Lodge, G Kennedy
Australasian Journal of Educational Technology 34 (1), 73-87, 2018
The hard problem of 'educational neuroscience'
K Palghat, JC Horvath, JM Lodge
Trends in Neuroscience and Education 6 (1), 204-210, 2017
Can new digital technologies support parasitology teaching and learning?
A Jabbar, RB Gasser, J Lodge
Trends in Parasitology 32 (7), 522-530, 2016
Orientation Online: Introducing commencing students to university study. A practice report
E Smyth, JM Lodge
The International Journal of the First Year in Higher Education 3 (1), 83-90, 2012
Beyond the first year experience in science: Identifying the need for a supportive learning and teaching environment for second year science students
W Loughlin, SJ Gregory, G Harrison, JM Lodge
International Journal of Innovation in Science and Mathematics Education 21†…, 2013
Using formative assessment to influence self-and co-regulated learning: The role of evaluative judgement
E Panadero, J Broadbent, D Boud, JM Lodge
European Journal of Psychology of Education 34 (3), 535–557, 2019
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