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Professor Lindsay Marshall
Laura Heels
Brief Encounters2020
Jordan Barnes
Dr John Colquhoun
Dr Marie Devlin
Laura Heels
Dr Phillip Lord
et al.
Designing a Portfolio-Oriented Curriculum using Problem Based Learning2020
Bakri Awaji
Dr Ellis Solaiman
Professor Lindsay Marshall
Investigating the Requirements for Building a Blockchain-Based Achievement Record System2020
Aisha Alarfaj
Dr Ellis Solaiman
Professor Lindsay Marshall
“Why would you buy from a stranger?” Understanding Saudi citizens’ Motivations and Challenges in Social Commerce2019
Hua Fwa
Professor Lindsay Marshall
Modeling engagement of programming students using unsupervised machine learning technique2018
Dr Rob Forsyth
Dr Andrew Golightly
Professor Lindsay Marshall
Paediatric Rehabilitation Ingredients Measure: a new tool for identifying paediatric neurorehabilitation content2018
Professor Lindsay Marshall
Laura Heels
Dr Stephen Riddle
Developing assessment literacy in Stage One BsC Computing Students2017
Dr Marie Devlin
Professor Lindsay Marshall
Professor Chris Phillips
Fair Assessment of Contribution and Process In Student Team Projects2017
Dr Carys Watts
Professor Lindsay Marshall
Once upon a time... retelling the research project story to a new audience. Using peer feedback to develop the language and clarity of the research narrative2017
Professor Lindsay Marshall
Dr Dawn Knight
The CorCenCC Crowdsourcing App: A Bespoke Tool for the User-Driven Creation of the National Corpus of Contemporary Welsh2017
Dr Marie Devlin
Professor Lindsay Marshall
Professor Chris Phillips
Fair Assessment of Contribution and Process in Student Team Projects.2016
Dr Phillip Lord
Dr Rachel Spiering
Dr Amy Anderson
Julie Diboll
Professor Lindsay Marshall
et al.
Minimum information about tolerogenic antigen-presenting cells (MITAP): a first step towards reproducibility and standardisation of cellular therapies2016
Professor Lindsay Marshall
FeedBook: Acknowledging the varieties of feedback2014
Dr Marie Devlin
Laura Heels
Professor Lindsay Marshall
It's the transition that's troublesome2014
Dr Phillip Lord
Professor Lindsay Marshall
Twenty Five Shades of Greycite: Semantics for Referencing and Preservation2013
Dr John Colquhoun
Dr Marie Devlin
Professor Lindsay Marshall
SHAPE your CLASS: Improving the Lecture Experience2011
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
Professor Chris Phillips
Professor Lindsay Marshall
The Impact of Peer Assessment on Academic Success2010
Ahmad Salah El Ahmad
Dr Jeff Yan
Professor Lindsay Marshall
The robustness of a new CAPTCHA2010
Dr Marie Devlin
Professor Lindsay Marshall
Assessment in Software Engineering- Towards a new Framework for Group Projects2009
Dr Marie Devlin
Professor Lindsay Marshall
Web 2.0, Technology Ownership and e-Learning in Computing Science2009
Dr Emma Foster
Professor John Matthews
Professor Lindsay Marshall
Professor John Mathers
Dr Wendy Wrieden
et al.
Children's estimates of food portion size: The development and evaluation of three portion size assessment tools for use with children2008
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 Georgios Pitsilis
Professor Lindsay Marshall
Modeling Trust for Recommender Systems using Similarity Metrics2008
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
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 Georgios Pitsilis
Professor Lindsay Marshall
A Trust-enabled P2P Recommender System2006
Dr Marie Devlin
Professor Lindsay Marshall
Active Learning in Computing: Engaging Learners in a Cross-Site Team Project2006
Omar Batarfi
Professor Lindsay Marshall
Defining criteria for rating an entity's trustworthiness based on its certificate policy2006
Professor Lindsay Marshall
Role-based access control in TOBIAS and NESS2006
Dr Georgios Pitsilis
Dr Panos Periorellis
Professor Lindsay Marshall
A policy for electing super-nodes in unstructured P2P networks2005
Dr Georgios Pitsilis
Dr Panos Periorellis
Professor Lindsay Marshall
A policy for electing super-nodes in unstructured P2P networks2005
Dr Georgios Pitsilis
Dr Panos Periorellis
Professor Lindsay Marshall
A policy for electing Super-nodes in unstructured P2P Networks2005
Dr Georgios Pitsilis
Professor Lindsay Marshall
A proposal for Trust-Enabled P2P Recommendation Systems2005
Dr Georgios Pitsilis
Professor Lindsay Marshall
Trust as a key to improving recommendation systems2005
Dr Georgios Pitsilis
Professor Lindsay Marshall
Trust as a Key to Improving Recommendation Systems2005
Dr Georgios Pitsilis
Professor Lindsay Marshall
A Model of Trust Derivation from Evidence for Use in Recommendation Systems2004
Dr Georgios Pitsilis
Professor Lindsay Marshall
Trust as a key to improving Recommendation Systems2004
Dr Georgios Pitsilis
Professor Lindsay Marshall
Trust as a key to improving Recommendation Systems2004
Professor Lindsay Marshall
Dr Carlos Molina-Jimenez
Anonymity with Identity Escrow2003
Dr Georgios Pitsilis
Professor Lindsay Marshall
Choosing reputable Resources in Atomistic Peer-to-Peer Environments2003
Professor Lindsay Marshall
NESS - The Newcastle E-Learning Support System2003
Professor Lindsay Marshall
Professor Jim Webber
The Misplaced Comma: Programmers' Tales and Traditions2002
Dr Carlos Molina-Jimenez
Professor Lindsay Marshall
Anonymous and Confidential Communications from an IP Addressless Computer2001
Dr Carlos Molina-Jimenez
Professor Lindsay Marshall
True Anonymity Without Mixes2001
Dr Carlos Molina-Jimenez
Professor Lindsay Marshall
True Anonymity Without Mixes2001
Dr Carlos Molina-Jimenez
Professor Lindsay Marshall
True Anonymity Without Mixes2001
Dr Carlos Molina-Jimenez
Professor Lindsay Marshall
Untraceability of mobile Internet users2001
Dr Carlos Molina-Jimenez
Professor Lindsay Marshall
Untraceability of Mobile Internet Users2001
Professor Lindsay Marshall
Professor Jim Webber
Gotos Considered Harmful and other Programmers' Taboos2000
Professor Lindsay Marshall
Professor Jim Webber
Gotos Considered Harmful and Other Programmers' Taboos2000
Professor Lindsay Marshall
Professor Jim Webber
Gotos Considered Harmful and Other Programmers' Taboos2000
Professor Lindsay Marshall
Professor Savas Parastatidis
Modelling Agent Systems Using the Hotel Analogy2000
Professor Lindsay Marshall
Professor Savas Parastatidis
Modelling Agents using the Hotel Analogy: Sanitised for your Protection?2000
Professor Lindsay Marshall
Some Shadows of Eternity - the Internet and Memorials to the Dead2000
Professor Lindsay Marshall
Some Shadows of Eternity: The Internet and Memorials to the Dead2000
Professor Lindsay Marshall
Static Testing Tools for tcl2000
Professor Lindsay Marshall
Static Testing Tools for TCL2000
Dr Carlos Molina-Jimenez
Professor Lindsay Marshall
Anonymous and Confidential Communications from an IP Addressless Computer1999
Professor Lindsay Marshall
Dr Carlos Molina-Jimenez
Anonymous and confidential communications from an IP addressless computer1999
Dr Carlos Molina-Jimenez
Professor Lindsay Marshall
Anonymous and confidential communications from an IP addressless computer1999
Professor Lindsay Marshall
An Efficient Location and Routing Scheme for Mobile Computing Environments1995
Professor Lindsay Marshall
An Efficient Location and Routing Scheme for Mobile Computing Environments1995
Professor Lindsay Marshall
A Multicast Service for Mobile Computing1994
Professor Lindsay Marshall
Representing management policy using contract objects1993
Professor Lindsay Marshall
Internationalisation: The Programmer, the User and the Writer1992
Professor Lindsay Marshall
They All Laughed at Christopher Columbus1992
Professor Lindsay Marshall
Managing Management - The TOBIAS Approach1990
Professor Lindsay Marshall
Professor Brian Randell
The Architecture of UNIX United1987
Professor Lindsay Marshall
Professor Brian Randell
The Architecture of UNIX United1986
Professor Lindsay Marshall
A Crash Resistant UNIX File System1985
Professor Lindsay Marshall
Professor Brian Randell
Reliable Computing in a UNIX United Environment1985
Professor Lindsay Marshall
Professor Brian Randell
Reliable Computing in a UNIX United Environment1985
Professor Lindsay Marshall
Professor Brian Randell
The Newcastle Connection or UNIXes of the World Unite!1982
Professor Lindsay Marshall
Professor Brian Randell
The Newcastle Connection, or - UNIXes of the World Unite!1982