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Newcastle AuthorsTitleYearFull text
Becky Allen
Dr Stephen McGough
Dr Marie Devlin
Toward a Framework for Teaching Artificial Intelligence to a Higher Education Audience2022
Amal Alkhalifa
Dr Marie Devlin
Student Perspectives of Peer Assessment in Programming Courses2021
Becky Allen
Dr Marie Devlin
Dr Stephen McGough
Using the One Minute Paper to Gain Insight into Potential Threshold Concepts in Artificial Intelligence Courses2021
Jordan Barnes
Dr John Colquhoun
Dr Marie Devlin
Laura Heels
Dr Phillip Lord
et al.
Designing a Portfolio-Oriented Curriculum using Problem Based Learning2020
Dr Marie Devlin
Evaluating a Peer Assessment Approach in Introductory Programming Courses2020
Haneen Qarabash
Dr Philip Heslop
Dr Ahmed Kharrufa
Dr Madeline Balaam
Dr Marie Devlin
et al.
Group tagging: Using video tagging to facilitate reflection on small group activities2019
Laura Heels
Dr Marie Devlin
Investigating the Role Choice of Female Students in a Software Engineering Team Project2019
Professor Chris Phillips
Dr Marie Devlin
Chris Napier
Taught modules are dead, long live assessment modules2019
Dr Fernando Russo Abegao
Megan Venn-Wycherley
Anna Vasilchenko
Dr Matthew Dyson
Dr Chris O'Malley
et al.
Teaching Students How to Code Using Physical Computing Tools2019
Anna Vasilchenko
Dr Madeline Balaam
Dr Marie Devlin
Video Coursework: Opportunity and Challenge for HCI Education2018
Dr Marie Devlin
Exploring Metacognition as Support for Learning Transfer,2017
Dr Marie Devlin
Professor Lindsay Marshall
Professor Chris Phillips
Fair Assessment of Contribution and Process In Student Team Projects2017
Dr Marie Devlin
Professor Lindsay Marshall
Professor Chris Phillips
Fair Assessment of Contribution and Process in Student Team Projects.2016
Dr Marie Devlin
Laura Heels
Professor Lindsay Marshall
It's the transition that's troublesome2014
Professor Chris Phillips
Dr Marie Devlin
Helping Students Understand Programming through Active Learning2011
Dr John Colquhoun
Dr Marie Devlin
Professor Lindsay Marshall
SHAPE your CLASS: Improving the Lecture Experience2011
Dr Marie Devlin
Professor Chris Phillips
Assessing Competency in Undergraduate Software Engineering Teams2010
Dr Marie Devlin
Professor Chris Phillips
Collaborating with Industry to Improve Realism and Employability in Undergraduate Software Engineering2010
Terry Charlton
Dr Marie Devlin
Professor Lindsay Marshall
Encouraging Interaction and Status Awareness in Undergraduate Software Engineering Projects: The Role of Social Networking Services2010
Dr Marie Devlin
Terry Charlton
Learning with Technology: What do Students Want?2010
Dr Marie Devlin
Professor Chris Phillips
Professor Lindsay Marshall
The Impact of Peer Assessment on Academic Success2010
Dr Marie Devlin
Professor Lindsay Marshall
Assessment in Software Engineering- Towards a new Framework for Group Projects2009
Chandra Vemury
Dr Marie Devlin
Personalised Approach to Learner Autonomy2009
Terry Charlton
Dr Marie Devlin
Using Facebook to improve communication in undergraduate software development teams2009
Dr Marie Devlin
Professor Lindsay Marshall
Web 2.0, Technology Ownership and e-Learning in Computing Science2009
Terry Charlton
Professor Lindsay Marshall
Dr Marie Devlin
Evaluating the extent to which sociability and social presence affects learning performance2008
Dr Marie Devlin
Professor Lindsay Marshall
Improving Assessment in Software Engineering Student Team Projects2008
Dr Marie Devlin
Professor Lindsay Marshall
Improving Assessment in Software Engineering Student Team Projects2008
Dr Marie Devlin
Professor Lindsay Marshall
Organised Chaos - Learning Outcomes from trialling Active Learning Methods in Computing Science2008
Dr Marie Devlin
Professor Lindsay Marshall
Organised Chaos - Learning Outcomes from trialling Active Learning Methods in Computing Science2008
Dr Marie Devlin
Using Collaborative Technology in CS Education to facilitate Cross-Site Software Development2008
Dr Marie Devlin
Using Collaborative Technology in CS Education to facilitate Cross-Site Software Development2008
Dr Marie Devlin
A survey of literature on the teaching of introductory programming2007
Dr Marie Devlin
Professor Lindsay Marshall
Professor Chris Phillips
Active Learning in Computing: Engaging Learners in a Cross-Site Team Project2007
Dr Marie Devlin
Professor Chris Phillips
Professor Lindsay Marshall
Making Computing Science Students More Employable with Problem-Based Learning and Cross-Site TeamWork2007
Dr Marie Devlin
Professor Chris Phillips
Professor Lindsay Marshall
Making Computing Science Students More Employable with Problem-Based Learning and Cross-Site Teamwork2007
Dr Marie Devlin
Software Engineering Students’ Cross-site Collaboration: An Experience Report2007
Dr Marie Devlin
Using Collaborative Technology in CS Education to facilitate Cross-Site Software Development2007
Dr Marie Devlin
Professor Lindsay Marshall
Active Learning in Computing: Engaging Learners in a Cross-Site Team Project2006
Dr Marie Devlin
Software Engineering Students' Cross-Site Collaboration: An Experience Report2006
Dr Marie Devlin
Using a Speech Technology Agent as an Interface for E-Commerce2001