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Dr Ian Willis PhD, PFHEA

Doctoral supervisor School of Histories, Languages and Cultures

Publications

Selected Publications

  1. Enhancing the effectiveness of administrative support for learning and teaching using workplace projects in lower-income countries (Journal article - 2019)
  2. Academic developers and international collaborations: the importance of personal abilities and aptitudes (Journal article - 2015)
  3. The role and effectiveness of reflective practices in programmes for new academic staff: a grounded practitioner review of the research literature (Report - 2006)
  4. Focus Group meets Nominal Group Technique: an effective combination for student evaluation? (Journal article - 2017)
  5. The importance of rationales for internationalization at a local level – university and individual (Journal article - 2014)

2019

Enhancing the effectiveness of administrative support for learning and teaching using workplace projects in lower-income countries (Journal article)

Willis, I., & Jennings, B. (2019). Enhancing the effectiveness of administrative support for learning and teaching using workplace projects in lower-income countries. Innovations in Education and Teaching International. doi:10.1080/14703297.2019.1568279

DOI: 10.1080/14703297.2019.1568279

How a Journal Club Course Changed Learners’ Approach in a Medical Doctorate Program- an Analysis of the PhD Scholars’ Perspective. (Journal article)

Ahmed, T. (n.d.). How a Journal Club Course Changed Learners’ Approach in a Medical Doctorate Program- an Analysis of the PhD Scholars’ Perspective.. The Egyptian Journal of Medical Education, 1-10. doi:10.33328/ejme.2019.002

DOI: 10.33328/ejme.2019.002

2018

Influencing Factors for Adopting Technology Enhanced Learning in the Medical Schools of Punjab, Pakistan (Chapter)

Iqbal, S., Ahmad, S., & Willis, I. (2018). Influencing Factors for Adopting Technology Enhanced Learning in the Medical Schools of Punjab, Pakistan. In Online Course Management (pp. 1275-1288). IGI Global. doi:10.4018/978-1-5225-5472-1.ch066

DOI: 10.4018/978-1-5225-5472-1.ch066

2017

Focus Group meets Nominal Group Technique: an effective combination for student evaluation? (Journal article)

Varga-Atkins, T., McIsaac, J., & Willis, I. (2017). Focus Group meets Nominal Group Technique: an effective combination for student evaluation?. INNOVATIONS IN EDUCATION AND TEACHING INTERNATIONAL, 54(4), 289-300. doi:10.1080/14703297.2015.1058721

DOI: 10.1080/14703297.2015.1058721

Impact of a Social Media Group Page on Undergraduate Medical Physiology Learning. (Journal article)

Shakoori, T. A., Mahboob, U., Strivens, J., & Willis, I. (2017). Impact of a Social Media Group Page on Undergraduate Medical Physiology Learning.. Journal of the College of Physicians and Surgeons--Pakistan : JCPSP, 27(7), 409-413.

Influencing Factors for Adopting Technology Enhanced Learning in the Medical Schools of Punjab, Pakistan (Journal article)

Iqbal, S., Ahmad, S., & Willis, I. (2017). Influencing Factors for Adopting Technology Enhanced Learning in the Medical Schools of Punjab, Pakistan. International Journal of Information and Communication Technology Education, 13(3), 27-39. doi:10.4018/ijicte.2017070103

DOI: 10.4018/ijicte.2017070103

2015

Academic developers and international collaborations: the importance of personal abilities and aptitudes (Journal article)

Willis, I., & Strivens, J. (2015). Academic developers and international collaborations: the importance of personal abilities and aptitudes. International Journal for Academic Development, 20(4), 333-344. doi:10.1080/1360144x.2015.1083434

DOI: 10.1080/1360144x.2015.1083434

2014

The importance of rationales for internationalization at a local level – university and individual (Journal article)

Willis, I., & Taylor, J. (2014). The importance of rationales for internationalization at a local level – university and individual. European Journal of Higher Education, 4(2), 153-166. doi:10.1080/21568235.2013.858607

DOI: 10.1080/21568235.2013.858607

2012

Protecting academic freedom in changing times: the role of Heads of Departments (Journal article)

Qualter, A., & Willis, I. (2012). Protecting academic freedom in changing times: the role of Heads of Departments. Journal of Educational Administration and History, 44(2), 121-139. doi:10.1080/00220620.2012.658765

DOI: 10.1080/00220620.2012.658765

2008

Theory and legitimacy in professional education: a practitioner review of reflective processes within programmes for new academic staff (Journal article)

Kahn, P., Young, R., Grace, S., Pilkington, R., Rush, L., Tomkinson, B., & Willis, I. (2008). Theory and legitimacy in professional education: a practitioner review of reflective processes within programmes for new academic staff. International Journal for Academic Development, 13(3), 161-173. doi:10.1080/13601440802242440

DOI: 10.1080/13601440802242440

Exploring a practitioner-based interpretive approach to reviewing research literature (Journal article)

Kahn, P., Wareham, T., Young, R., Willis, I., & Pilkington, R. (2008). Exploring a practitioner-based interpretive approach to reviewing research literature. International Journal of Research & Method in Education, 31(2), 169-180. doi:10.1080/17437270802212312

DOI: 10.1080/17437270802212312

A practitioner review of reflective practice within programmes for new academic staff: Theory and legitimacy in professional education (Journal article)

Kahn, P. E., Young, R., Grace, S., Pilkington, R., Rush, L., Tomkinson, C. B., & Willis, I. (2008). A practitioner review of reflective practice within programmes for new academic staff: Theory and legitimacy in professional education. International Journal for Academic Development, 13(3), 161-173.

2006

The role and effectiveness of reflective practices in programmes for new academic staff: a grounded practitioner review of the research literature (Report)

Kahn, P. E., Young, R., Grace, S., Pilkington, R., Rush, L., Tomkinson, C. B., & Willis, I. (2006). The role and effectiveness of reflective practices in programmes for new academic staff: a grounded practitioner review of the research literature. York: Higher Education Academy.