Conference Calls

Colleagues across the Faculty work together (also with colleagues across the wider University) in the following themed areas:

  • Practice based learning
  • entrepreneurship education
  • physical literacy

Contributions to Academic Excellence

This Faculty one day event in September 2016 included over 30 presentations demonstrating the variety of different ways in which research, consultancy and practical experiences inform academic practice.

For more information about the presentations click here

The event generated four cross discipline groups who are now taking forward a variety of different themes:

  • Research, scholarship and pedagogy informing practice
  • Community, Heritage and Sense of Place
  • Student engagement with commercialization
  • Health & Well Being

Bell, A. & Emanuel, L. (2014) The VocTEL Project: Developing a curriculum for innovative learning, , 6th International Conference on Education and New Learning Technologies, 7-9 July, 2014, Barcelona, Spain, July 2014.

Bell, A. & Emanuel, L. (2015) Building a learning community in the VocTEL project. INTED 2015, 9th International Technology Education and Development Conference, March 2015, Madrid, Spain.

Brown WM, Raal-Nunes M, Dugdale HF, Ross A, Sully T, Herbert P, Sculthorpe N and Grace FM. (2013) Symmetry predicts physical fitness in older men: The role of DNA methylation in the paired box 3 (PAX3) gene. International Ethological Conference (IEC), Association for the Study of Animal Behaviour, Newcastle, UK, 4-8th August.

Cockrill, A and Evans, I (2015), “Shocking People into Action – Does It Still Work? An Empirical Analysis of Emotional Appeals in Charity Advertising”, Journal of Advertising Research. Accepted/forthcoming.

Cockrill, A and Harris, N (2015) “Learner Profiles at a UK University: An Exploratory Study”. In Academy of Marketing Conference – The Magic in Marketing, ed. Lisa O’Malley, Limerick, July 7-10th July. SBN: 9781905952649.

Cockrill, A and Harris, N (2015) “Learner Profiles in a Multi-National HE Environment: An Empirical Study”, presented at the UWTSD Interdisciplinary Research Forum, 21st April 2015.

Cockrill, A. (2016), “Do They Want It? Do They need it? An Exploration of the Social and Academic Integration of International and Domestic Students”, NEXUS Conference 23-24th March.

Cockrill, A. (2016), “For their Own Good: Class Room Observations on the Social and Academic Integration of International and Domestic Students”, Academy of Marketing Conference, Newcastle, 4-7th July.

Cockrill, A. and Neil Harris (2015), “Learner Profiles and Learning Strategies in a Multicultural Learning Environment”. UWTSD Interdisciplinary Research Forum, 21st April 2015.

Cockrill, A. and Neil Harris (2015), “Learner Profiles at a UK University: An Exploratory Study”. Academy of Marketing Conference, Limerick, 7-9th July 2015.

Cockrill, Antje and Isobel Parsonage (2016), “Shocking People into Action – Does It Still Work? An Empirical Analysis of Emotional Appeals in Charity Advertising”, Journal of Advertising Research, 56/4, 401-413.

Collins, Ronald and Fillery-Travis, Annette (2015) Transdisciplinary problems: the teams addressing them and their support through team coaching. In: Transdisciplinary professional learning and practice. Gibbs, Paul, ed. Springer, pp. 41-52. ISBN 9783319115894.

Davies, C. (2015) ‘Finding and making Xerte Learning Objects for Research Methods’. Proc. OER15, Cardiff, April 2015. [online] Available at: https://oer15.oerconf.org/sessions/finding-and-making-xerte-learning-objects-for-research-methods-670. (Accessed 5.5.15).

Davies, C. (2015) ‘Maintaining contact and building personalisation: the role of innovative technologies to support part-time and distance learners’. Proc. FACE2015, University of South Wales, July 2015.

Davies, C. (2016) ‘Technology and the DProf student: supporting the ‘insider researcher’ and the ‘academic outsider’’. Proc. ICPD 2016, Belfast, March 2016. [online] Available at: http://www.ukcge.ac.uk/events/schedule/icpd2016-prog-4.aspx#Tues. (Accessed 4.4.16).

Davies, C. and Harries, L (2015) ‘The role of the VLE for distances learners: adding value and increasing engagement’. Proc. FACE2015, University of South Wales, July 2015.

Davies, C. and Harries, L. (2016) ‘Engagement of professional learners with the VLE: a case study from social care’. Proc. UWTSD Nexus, May 2016. [online] Available at: http://www.uwtsd.ac.uk/wales-nexus-conference-2016/engagement-of-professional-learners-with-the-vle-a-case-study-from-social-care/#d.en.53290 (Accessed 17.2.17).

Davies, C., Gibbon, S. and Green, D. (2015) ‘A mobile App for Science teachers’. JISC Mobile Learning Video Case Studies. [online] Available at : http://www.jisc.ac.uk/guides/mobile-learning/sharing-resources (Accessed 5.6.15).

Davies, C., Gibbon, S. and Green, D. (2015) ‘An Open Mobile App to Support practice-Based Learning’. Proc. OER15, Cardiff, April 2015. [online] Available at: https://oer15.oerconf.org/sessions/an-open-mobile-app-to-support-practice-based-learning-671/. (Accessed 5.5.15).

Dugdale HF, Raal-Nunes M, Herbert P, Sculthorpe N, Grace FM, Brown WM. Facial symmetry predicts physical fitness in older men: The role of DNA methylation in the paired box 3 (PAX3) gene. BASES student conference, Cardiff Metropolitan University 26-28th March 2013.

Durke, M., (2014) ‘Looking After Ourselves: The potential of communities to meet their own health needs,’ Conference paper to the Welsh Branch of the British Psychological Society. (20 September 2014)

Emanuel, L. & Bell (2015) Collaborative online learning experiences from the VocTEL project. International GUIDE conference 2015, Fachhochschule Technikum, Vienna.

Evans K. (2015). Preventing Hamstring and Adductor Injuries in Professional Rugby Union. Society of Sports Therapists Annual General Meeting, London.

Evans, I and Cockrill, A (2014) “Does Shock Advertising Still Work? An Exploration of Emotional Advertising in Charity Appeals”, presented at 21st International Conference on Retailing and Consumer Service Science (EIRASS), 2-10th July 2014, Bucharest, Romania. Abstract published in Book of Abstracts, ISBN 9768-90-386-3556-9.

Evans, I and Cockrill, A (2014) “Shockadvertising for charities: Do people give more?”, presented at the UWTSD Management Research Conference, 18th June 2014.

Evans, K. (2015). Methods of Assessment. In Ward, K., and Di Leva, R. (Eds). Handbook of Sports Therapy, Injury Assessment and Rehabilitation. Routledge, [in Press].

Evans, K., Hughes, J., Mathews, T., & Williams, M. (2015). Changes in adductor, abductor and hip extension strength following an intermittent running test in professional rugby union players. British Association of Sport and Exercise Sciences (BASES) Annual Conference. St George’s Park, UK.

FIllery-Travis, A,. Maguire K, Loxley A and Sperotti F (2016) Supervising the Modern Doctorate- A Pan-European Study. Exploring Freedom and Control in Global Higher Education. SRHE Annual Research Conference 7th-9th December 2016 Newport UK.

Fillery-Travis, Annette (2014) Exploration of the potential role of professional doctorates in practitioner accreditation within professional associations. In: 4th International Conference on Professional Doctorates, 10-11 Apr 2014, Cardiff, UK. (Unpub).

Fillery-Travis, Annette (2014) New types of PhD: the professional doctorate. In: RENU, 02 Apr 2014, London, UK.

Fillery-Travis, Annette (2014) The framework of a generic DProf programme – a reflection on its design, the relational dimension for candidates and advisers and the potential for knowledge co-creation. Studies in Higher Education, 39 (4). pp. 608-620. ISSN 0307-5079.

Fillery-Travis, Annette and Collins, Ronald (2016) Discipline, profession and industry - how our choices shape our future. In: The Sage Handbook of Coaching and Mentoring. SAGE.

Fillery-Travis, Annette and Corrie, Sarah (2015) Research and the practitioner: getting a perspective on evidence. In: The Practitioner Handbook. Routledge.

Fillery-Travis, Annette and Cox, Elaine (2014) Researching coaching. In: The Complete Handbook of Coaching. Cox, Elaine and Bachkirova, Tatiana and Clutterbuck, David A., 1eds. Sage, pp. 445-459. ISBN 9781446276150

Fillery-Travis, Annette and Cox, Elaine (2017) Researching coaching. In: The Complete Handbook of Coaching. Cox, Elaine and Bachkirova, Tatiana and Clutterbuck, David A., eds. Sage, 3rd Edition. ISBN 9781446276150

Fleming, W. (2014) “Building Brand Wales – A Collective Responsibility” South Wales Business Review. Volume 5 Issue 4.

Fleming, W. (2015) “Can Co-opetition Beat Competition?” South Wales Business Review. Volume 6 Issue 2.

Grace FM, Herbert P & Sculthorpe N. (2015). Prolonged recovery to a single bout of high intensity exercise in ageing men. American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) annual conference, San Diego, CA, 26th-30th May 2015.

Grace FM, Herbert P, Ratcliffe J, New K, Baker J & Sculthorpe N (2015). Age related vascular endothelial function following lifelong sedentariness: positive impact of cardiovascular conditioning without further improvement following low frequency high intensity interval training. Physiological Reports 3, e12234.

Grace FM, Herbert P, Ratcliffe JWT, Kilduff L, Hullin D, Hayes L Baker JS & Sculthorpe N. (2014). Effects of Subsequent High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) on Resting Testosterone and IGF-1 in Ageing Males. American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) annual conference, Orlando FL May 27th -31st.

Grace FM, Herbert P., Elliott A. & Sculthorpe N. (2016). High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) is an Effective Method to Improve Maximal Respiratory Function, Blood Pressure and Resting Cardiac Work in Lifelong Sedentary Ageing Men. Heart, Lung and Circulation, August.

Griffiths, S. L. and Jawad, C. (2016). ‘Why do scandals happen when all companies are committed to CSR?’ 15th International Conference on Corporate Social Responsibility, Social Responsibility Research Network (SRRNet), 6th Organisational Governance Conference, Vibe Savoy Hotel, Melbourne, Australia, 4-6 September 2016.

Griffiths,D., Lewis, R. & Healey-Benson, F., Who will account for Will? , University Forum for Human Resource Development (UFHRD) Conference 2016, Manchester Metropolitan University, June 8-10th 2016.

Harris, S. (2014) 'Brand Cymru – Successful Welsh Brand Names Developing an International Reputation' South Wales Business Review. Volume 5 Issue 4. ISSN 2340-1117. Pages 5139-5149.

Hayes L, Grace F, Sculthorpe N, Herbert P, Kilduff L & Baker J. (2013). Does chronic exercise attenuate age-related physiological decline in males? Research in Sports Medicine 21, 343-354.

Hayes L, Grace FM, Sculthorpe N, Herbert P, Ratcliffe J, Kilduff L & Baker J. (2013). The effects of a formal exercise training programme on salivary hormone concentrations and body composition in previously sedentary aging men. Springerplus 2, 1-5.

Hayes L, Grace FM, Sculthorpe N, Herbert P, Ratcliffe J, Kilduff L, & Baker J. (2013). The Effects of a Formal Exercise Training Programme on Hormone Concentrations and Body Composition in Previously Sedentary Aging Men. European College of Sport Science annual conference, Barcelona 26-29th June.

Hayes L, Sculthorpe N, Herbert P, Baker J, Hullin D, Kilduff L & Grace FM. (2015). Resting steroid hormone concentrations in lifetime exercisers and lifetime sedentary males. The Aging Male, 18(1): 22-26.

Hayes L, Sculthorpe N, Herbert P, Baker J, Hullin D, Kilduff L, Reed D, Spagna R & Grace FM. (2014). Salivary testosterone measurement does not identify biochemical hypogonadism in aging men: a ROC analysis. Endocrine, 1-4.

Hayes LD, Sculthorpe N, Herbert P & Grace FM. (2015). Resting steroid hormone concentrations in lifetime exercisers and lifetime sedentary males. American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) annual conference, San Diego, CA, 26th-30th May 2015.

Hayes LD, Sculthorpe N, Herbert P, Baker JS, Spagna R, Grace FM (2015). Six weeks of conditioning exercise increases total, but not free testosterone in lifelong sedentary aging men. Aging Male, Jun 1:1-6.

Herbert P, Grace FM & Sculthorpe N (2015). Exercising caution: prolonged recovery to a single session of high-intensity interval training in older men. Journal of the American Gerontology Society 63(4): 817-818.

Herbert P, Hayes L. D., Sculthorpe N and Grace F. M. (2016) High-intensity interval training (HIIT) increases insulin-like growth factor-I (IGF-I) in sedentary aging men but not masters’ athletes: an observational study. The Aging Male, DOI: 10.1080/13685538.2016.1260108

Herbert P, Sculthorpe N, Baker J & Grace FM (2015). Validation of a six-second cycle test for the determination of peak power. Research in Sports Medicine 27:1-11.

Herbert P, Sculthorpe N, Baker JS & Grace FM. (2015). Validation of a 6 second cycle test for the determination of Peak Power Output (PPO) using the Wattbike cycle ergometer. American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) annual conference, San Diego, CA, 26th-30th May 2015.

Herbert P, Sculthorpe N, Ratcliffe J, Baker J, Richards, J and Grace FM. (2013). The effects of a 6 week ACSM exercise intervention on body composition in sedentary older men. European College of Sport Science annual conference, Barcelona 26-29th June.

Herbert P, Sculthorpe N, Ratcliffe JWT, Baker JS & Grace FM. (2014). Effects of Subsequent High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) on Balance, Flexibility and Power in Ageing Males. American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) annual conference, Orlando FL May 27th -31st.

Inman, M. (2014) ‘Bringing life to leadership: the significance of life history in reviewing leadership development within higher education’, International Journal of Leadership In Education, Vol. 17 (2).

Inman, M. (2015) ‘Whose Health is it anyway?’ South Wales Business Review Vol 4 Issue 6.

Jagger S, Venus J & Casiday R (2016). Using the Toledo Methodology, a study of challenges facing Maya Women Micro-Entrepreneurs (MWMEs) in indigenous rural entrepreneurship, farming and the natural environment of Southern Belize. 14th Rural Entrepreneurship Conference, Lincoln Business School, UK, 15 -1 7 June.

Jagger S, Venus J & Casiday R (2016). The Toledo Methodology for Micro, Rural & Indigenous Entrepreneurship Research; A Concept Paper. National Conference on Methodological Issues in Social Entrepreneurship Research, Mumbai India, January 28 – 30.

Jones W. (2015) Confronting Terrorism: The Lone Actor. Presentation at Confronting Extremism Conference. University College Runshaw. 14th October 2015.

Jones, C., Matlay, H., Penaluna, K. and Penaluna, A (2014) ‘Claiming the future of enterprise education’, Education + Training, Vol. 56 8/9, 764 - 775.

Jones, C., Matlay, H., Penaluna, K. and Penaluna, A. (2014) ‘An Emancipatory Approach to Enterprise Education’ Best practice workshop, International Entrepreneurship Educators Conference, Newcastle University, 3-5 Sept.

Jones, J (2016) ‘Utilising the ABTA Educational Partnership to promote innovation in Tourism Teaching’ Conference Paper presented in Partnership with ABTA, ATHE Conference Cardiff Metropolitan University.

Jones, K. and Washington, R. (2016) 'Higher Education and the Work-based Learner: A Paradox of Good Intentions?', In Closing the Gap: Bridges for Access and Lifelong Learning eds. Hill, Hudson, Mckendry, Raven, Saunders, Storan and Ward.

Ketcha Djiffouet, A.L. and Johannesson, J. and Bocij, P. (2015). Acquiring and sharing tacit knowledge in E-Learning environments: The state of the art. EDULEARN15 Proceedings. ISBN 978-84-606-8243-1. IATED: Barcelona, Spain.

Knowles A, Herbert P, Sculthorpe N, Easton C & Grace F (2015). Impact of low volume, high intensity interval training on maximal aerobic capacity, health-related quality of life and motivation to exercise in ageing men. AGE 37(2): 1-12.

Locock, M (2016). ‘Getting answers: promoting and using the research framework’. Research Framework for the Archaeology of Wales Conference, Bangor University, 27 November 2016.

Locock, M (2016). ‘Hinterland: rurality, community and heritage in Ceredigion’. Contemporary and Historical Archaeology in Theory conference, University of the Highlands and Islands, Orkney, 21-23 October 2016.

Locock, M (2017). ‘Seeing what isn’t there: archaeological and poetic narratives of reconstruction at Strata Florida Abbey’. Writing Remains: An Interdisciplinary Symposium on Archaeology and Literature, University of Bristol, 20 January 2017.

Locock, M., (2015) "Sustainable workplaces: the impact of workplace learning" Education for Sustainability and Global Citizenship (ESDGC) conference, Swansea Business School, 2 June 2015.

Locock, M., (2015) “Bright silence – every day creativity performed in public”Unknown Pleasures: Responding to Risk symposium, 25 June 2014, UWTSD Townhill campus.

Meyer, S., (2016) Three's a Crowd: Does including an employer in the learning relationship affect learner freedom? Society for Research in Higher Education (SRHE) annual conference, Cardiff, UK December 7th-9th.

Mullins, R. (2014) Inspiring innovation in the GIS Community. Presentation at the Global GIS Day conference, University of Wales Trinity Saint David, Lampeter. 18th Nov 2014.

Mullins, R. (2015) Innovative Digital Technologies: A Guide to Open-Source Topic Modelling. Presentation at the Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Wales, Digital Past conference 11th-12th Feb 2015.

Mullins, R. (2015) Appraising Business Ideas for Enhancing Value. Teaching Innovation Conference UWTSD, Swansea.

Osborne, P., (2014) “PM 2.5s and Air Pollution in China – An Analysis” University of the Third Age Annual Conference Brecon July 2014.

Osborne, P., (2014) “The Tragedy of Dust: Some Observations on the Zhongrong Metal Company Explosion” The First International Conference on Modern Auto Technology and Services (MATS2014) Wuhan University of Technology October 2014.

Penaluna K., Penaluna, A. and Bill (2014) ‘Understanding students' learning and assessment: Distinctions between Innovation and Implementation evaluation strategies, Global Consortium of Entrepreneurship Centres, University College London, 2- 4 October.

Penaluna, A, Penaluna, K and Diego, I. (2014) The role of creativity in entrepreneurship education, in Stemberg, R and G Krauss (eds) Handbook of Research on Entrepreneurship and Creativity, Edward Elgar, Glos. 

Penaluna, K., Penaluna, A., Jones, C. and Matlay, H. (2014) ‘When did you last predict a good idea?: Exploring the case of assessing creativity through learning outcomes’, Industry and Higher Education, Vol 28, 6, 1-12

Ratcliffe J, Sculthorpe N, Herbert P, Baker J, Richards J, New K and Grace FM. The effects of 6 week ACSM intervention on standard cardiovascular measurements in sedentary older men. European College of Sport Science annual conference, Barcelona 26-29th June 2013.

Ratcliffe JWT, Sculthorpe N, Herbert P, Kilduff L, Hullin D, Hayes L Baker JS New K & Grace FM. (2014). Effects of Subsequent High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) on Vascular Function and CV Risk in Aged Males. American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) annual conference, Orlando FL May 27th -31st.

Reynolds E C and Wilson E A W, (2014) ‘APEL: A Case Study from Wales’, RPL National Seminar 4 – Recognising Prior Learning [RPL] National Seminar, Cardiff: SWALEC Stadium.

Reynolds, E C, Harris, L M and Wilson, E A, (2014) ‘Valuing Experiential Learning: Empowering the Learner Journey’ HEA Conference Future Directions, Aberystwyth University, 2 April 2014.

Roberts, A. Penaluna, K and Penaluna, A (2014) ‘Enterprise Education: Embedding Employability. The case of Bay Studios and Da Vinci’s Demons, The University of Wales Trinity Saint David (UWTSD)’, Manchester University 5-6 November (not in attendance)

Sculthorpe N, Herbert P & Grace FM. (2015). Low frequency HIIT improves peak power and body composition in sedentary healthy older men. American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) annual conference, San Diego, CA, 26th-30th May 2015.

Sculthorpe N, Herbert P, Grace FM (2015). Low Frequency High intensity interval training (HIIT) is an effective method to improve muscle power in lifelong sedentary ageing men: a randomized controlled trial (RCT). Journal of American Gerontology Society.

Sculthorpe N, Ratcliffe JWT, Herbert P, Kilduff L, Hullin D, Hayes L Baker JS New K & Grace FM. (2014). Effects Of Subsequent High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) On L-arginine, Dimethyarginines (ADMA;SDMA) And Their Ratios In Ageing Males. American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) annual conference, Orlando FL May 27th -31st.

Sculthorpe N.F, Herbert P, Grace F. (2017) One session of high-intensity interval training (HIIT) every 5 days, improves muscle power but not static balance in lifelong sedentary ageing men: A randomized controlled trial. Medicine (Baltimore). 2017 Feb;96(6)

Sieniawski, J., Evans, K., Shield, A., Opar, D., Hughes, J., & Williams, M. (2015). The effect of previous hamstring injury on eccentric knee-flexor strength in professional rugby union. BASES Annual Conference. St George’s Park, UK.

Thomas, D.H., (2013) Bilingual Marketing and brand awareness, presented at IUT Brest (Quimper) International Conference April 2013

Thomas, D.H., (2015) ‘An investigation into the owner/managers’ understanding of the visitor experience and its relationship to the management of visitor attractions in Wales’, conference paper presented at IMIC First International Conference on Experiential Tourism, October 2015, Santorini, Greece

Tynan, M., Penaluna, A. and Venus, J. (2014) “Creative Opportunity Recognition for Sustainable Enterprise: Are More Heads Better Than One?”, ICSB Conference, Dublin, June 2014.

Tynan, M., Penaluna, A. and Venus, J. (2015) "Moving Beyond Design Thinking? Opportunities in Enterprise Education", ISBE Conference, Glasgow, November 2015. 

Tynan, M., Penaluna, A. and Venus, J. (2016) "Opportunities Lost: The Case of Opportunity Recognition Education", ISBE Conference, Paris, October 2016.

Wainwright, N., Goodway, J., Whitehead, M., Williams, A. and Kirk, D. (2016) The Foundation Phase in Wales – A play-based curriculum that supports the development of physical literacy. Education 3-13 DOI: 10.1080/03004279.2016.1176360

Washington, R. (2015) Developmental Mentoring in the Workplace: Delivering the Promise. Presentation at the FACE conference 2nd July 2015.

Washington, R. (2015) Higher Education and the Work-based Learner: A Paradox of Good Intentions? Presentation at the FACE conference 3rd July 2015.

Washington, R. (2016) 'Developmental mentoring in the workplace: delivering the promise', in Closing the Gap: Bridges for Access and Lifelong Learning eds. Hill, Hudson, Mckendry, Raven, Saunders, Storan and Ward

Washington, R. (2016)' Hen Wlad Fy Nhadau - The Power Vacuum, a Boardroom Bias', South Wales Business Review Volume 6 Issue 3, 16.

Washington, R. and Cox, E. (2016) How an Evolution View of Workplace Mentoring Relationships Helps Avoid Negative Experiences: The Developmental Relationship Mentoring Model Mentoring & Tutoring: Partnership in Learning

Williams, A. and Wainwright, N. (2014) Professional development for adventurous activities in Wales. Welsh Jnl of Education. Vol 17, 6-29.

Williams, A. and Wainwright, N. (2015) A new pedagogical model for adventure in the curriculum: Part 1 – advocating for the model. Journal of Physical Education and Sport Pedagogy. DOI:10.1080/17408989.2015.104821.

Williams, A. and Wainwright, N. (2015) A new pedagogical model for adventure in the curriculum: Part 2 – outlining the model. Journal of Physical Education and Sport Pedagogy . DOI:10.1080/17408989.2015.104822.

Wilson, E A and Reynolds, E C, (2014) Poster Presentation: ‘The same but different? A perspective on the development and validation of generic and discipline-based professional doctorates’, Cardiff: Millennium Centre: 4th International Conference on Professional Doctorates, UK Council for Graduate Education.

Wilson, E A., Davies, C., Fish, H., Harris, L M., Reynolds, E C., Washington, R., (2015)  ‘Claiming a Space for the Work-based Learner Voice’ Work-based Learning Symposium, 22ndAnnual FACE Conference ‘Closing the Gap: Bridges for Access and Lifelong Learning’ Glamorgan: University of South Wales, 1-3 July 2015.

Wilson, E., Reynolds, E., Washington, R., Fish, H., Davies, C., and Harris, L.M. (2016) 'Claiming a Space for the Work-based Learner Voice: Enabling or silencing the learner voice', in Closing the Gap: Bridges for Access and Lifelong Learning eds. Hill, Hudson, Mckendry, Raven, Saunders, Storan and Ward

Wilson, E., Reynolds, E., Washington, R., Fish, H., Davies, C.. Harris, L.M. (2015) Claiming a Space for the Work-based Learner Voice: Enabling or silencing the learner voice. Presentation at the FACE Conference 2nd July 2015.

Xiao, L., and Venus, J., (2014) Policy Scenarios Analysis and Implications for Chinese Automotive Industry in Terms of Vehicle Fuel Economy and Greenhouse Gas Emission. The First International Conference on Modern Auto Technology and Services (MATS2014) Wuhan University of Technology October 2014.

Ziemba. E., Eisenbardt. M., Mullins. R. (2016) Information and Communication Technologies for Supporting Prosumers Knowledge Sharing – evidence from Poland and the United Kingdom. Annals of Computer Science and Information Systems, Volume 8. ISSN 2300-5963. Proceedings of the 2016 Federated Conference on Computer Science and Information Systems.

Ziemba. E., Mullins. R. (2016) Identifying more about customers: the phenomenon of the switch to the knowledge exchange. Online Journal of Applied Knowledge Management.

Ziemba. E., Mullins. R. (2016) Knowing Customers: the phenomenon of the knowledge exchange. ISEG June - University of Lisbon, Portugal. IIAMK, Knowledge Management Conference.