Mr Graham Alsop
School/Department: Computer Science & Mathematics
Position: Associate Professor
Educational and Professional Qualifications
- BA (Hons) Politics and Modern History (University of Manchester) , MSc (Econ) Political Theory (London School of Economics)
eLearning, eAssessment, Social Science Research Methodology, eGovernment
System Environments, Project Management, Digital Business, Computing Law and Ethics
Hunter, Gordon, Livingstone, David, Neve, Paul and Alsop, Graham (2013) Learn programming++: the design, implementation and deployment of an intelligent environment for the teaching and learning of computer programming. 9th International Conference on Intelligent Environments (IE) 2013, 129 - 136.
Alsop, Graham and Tompsett, Chris (2007) From effect to effectiveness: the missing research questions. Educational Technology and Society, 10(1), pp. 28-39. ISSN (print) 1176-3647
Alsop, Graham and Tompsett, Chris (2006) Making sense of 'pure' phenomenography in information and communication technology in education. ALT-J: research in learning technology, 14(3), pp. 241-259. ISSN (print) 0968-7769
Alsop, Graham and Stefani, Lorraine (2004) Teaching large groups: touring the teaching and learning web sites. Educational Developments, 5(2), pp. 14-15. ISSN (print) 1469-3267
Tompsett, C. and Alsop, G. (2003) On reification: a reinterpretation of designed and emergent practice. ALT-J: research in learning technology, 11(2), pp. 61-63. ISSN (print) 0968-7769
Alsop, G. and Tompsett, C. (2002) Grounded theory as an approach to studying students' uses of learning management systems. ALT-J: research in learning technology, 10(2), pp. 63-76. ISSN (print) 0968-7769
Alsop, Graham and Tompsett, Chris (2001) Plagiarism: Online Tools to Relieve the Tedium of Detection. Educational Developments, 2(3), p. 15. ISSN (print) 1469-3267
Alsop, Graham (2000) Finding information on educational research: the World Wide Web: chaos, hindrance and help? Educational Developments, 1(4), pp. 14-15. ISSN (print) 1469-3267
Stone, Andy, Alsop, Graham and Tompsett, Chris (2003) Grounded theory as a means of user-centred design and evaluation of mobile learning systems. In: Nyiri, Kristof, (ed.) Mobile learning: essays on philosophy, psychology and education. Vienna : Passagen Verlag. pp. 189-194. (Communications in the 21st Century) ISBN 3851656032
Alsop, Graham and Tompsett, Chris (2002) A grounded theory investigation of students' perceptions of learning management systems. In: Rust, Chris, (ed.) Improving student learning using learning technology. Oxford, U.K. : Oxford Centre for Staff and Learning Development. pp. 112-124. (Improving Student Learning, no. 9) ISBN 1873576684
Alsop, Graham, Tompsett, Chris and Wisdom, James (1997) A study of human communication issues in interactive scholarly electronic journals. In: UNSPECIFIED, (ed.) Impact of electronic and multi-media journals on scholarly communications: Two eLib study reports. London, U.K. : Library Information Technology Centre. pp. 1-63. (eLib Studies series) ISBN 1900508451
Conference or Workshop Item
Neve, Paul, Livingstone, David, Hunter, Gordon and Alsop, Graham (2013) Improving the student experience on computer programming courses with a holistic approach to learning design and technology. In: HEA STEM: Annual Learning and Teaching Conference 2013: Where practice and pedagogy meet; 17-18 April 2013, Birmingham, UK.
Kheir Abadi, Maryam and Alsop, Graham (2011) Studying the learning of programming using grounded theory to support activity theory. In: 18th International conference of the Association for Learning Technology (ALT-C 2011); 6-8 Sept 2011, Leeds, U.K..
Kheir Abadi, Maryam K. and Alsop, Graham (2011) An Activity Theory study of students learning programming in Higher Education. In: Enhanced and Transformed: Tales from the Digital Age; 6 July 2011, London, U.K..
Kheir Abadi, Maryam, Alsop, Graham and Orwell, James (2010) Does an automatic test harness (ATH) help learning? In: ALT-C "Into something rich and strange” – making sense of the sea-change; 7 Sept - 9 Sept 2010, Nottingham, U.K.. (Submitted)
Alsop, Graham, Hebbes, Luke, Livingstone, David and Neve, Paul (2010) VLab: virtual machines as learning object for ICT teaching. In: ALT-C "Into something rich and strange” – making sense of the sea-change; 7 Sept - 9 Sept 2010, Nottingham, U.K..
Alsop, G. and Kheir Abadi, M. (2010) Does Grounded Theory provide a useful means of analysing data to inform an Activity Theory approach? In: Nordic Conference on Activity Theory and the Fourth Finnish Conference on Cultural and Activity Research; 23 May - 25 May 2010, Helsinki, Finland.
Alsop, Graham, Hebbes, Luke, Livingstone, David and Neve, Paul (2010) VLab: virtual machines as learning objects for ICT teaching. In: ALT-C 2010 "Into something rich and strange" – making sense of the sea-change; 7-9 Sept 2010, Nottingham, UK.
Alsop, G., Annesley, J., Cai, Z., Campos, A., Colbert, M., Livingstone, D., Smith, G. and Orwell, J. (2008) Issues Raised Developing AQuRate. In: Research into E-Assessment; 8 July - 9 July 2008, Loughborough, U.K.. (International Computer Assisted Assessment (CAA) Conference, no. 12)
Alsop, Graham and Tompsett, Christopher (2005) Testing Wenger's concept of a 'community of practice' - what can we throw away? In: ALT-C 2005: exploring the frontiers of e-learning - borders, outposts and migration; 6 Sept -8 Sept 2005, Manchester, U.K..
Tompsett, Chris, Alsop, Graham and Linsey, Tim (2004) Action research on the Carpe Diem model. In: ALT-C 2004: Blue skies and pragmatism - learning technologies for the next decade; 14-16 Sept 2004, University of Exeter, Devon, U.K..
Alsop, Graham and Tompsett, Christopher (2004) Being Pragmatic: Experiencing Phenomenography in the context of Activity Theory. In: ALT-C 2004: Blue skies and pragmatism - learning technologies for the next decade; 14-16 Sept 2004, University of Exeter, Devon, U.K.. (International Conference of the Association for Learning Technology (ALT), no. 11) ISBN 9780954587017
Alsop, G. and Tompsett, C. (2004) Should the use of different research models for networked learning lead to different results? In: 4th International Conference on Networked Learning 2004; 05 - 07 Apr 2004, Lancaster, United Kingdom. (Networked Learning Conference) ISBN 1862201501
Roberts, Bob and Alsop, Graham (2003) Public services: e-governance and e-health - What are we really talking about? 'A cure all for all ills?'. In: 2nd IFIP Conference on E-Commerce, E-Business, E-Government (13E 2002); 7 Oct - 9 Oct 2002, Lisbon, Portugal. ISBN 1402072392
Tompsett, Christopher and Alsop, Graham (2003) Research in learning technology: building consensus in research? In: ALT-C 2003: Communities of Practice; 8 Sept - 10 Sept 2003, Sheffield, U.K..
Stone, Andy, Alsop, Graham and Tompsett, Chris (2002) Grounded theory as a means of user-centred design and evaluation of mobile learning systems. In: The Social Science of Mobile Learning; 29 Nov 2002, Budapest, Hungary.
Stone, A., Alsop, G., Briggs, J. and Tompsett, C. (2002) M-Learning and E-Learning: a review of work undertaken by the Learning Technology Research Group. In: European Workshop on Mobile and Contextual Learning; 20 June - 21 June 2002, Birmingham, U.K..
Stone, Andy, Alsop, Graham, Tompsett, Chris and Briggs, Jonathan (2002) M-learning as a means of supporting learners: tomorrow's technologies are already her, how can we most effectively use them in the e-learning age? In: Networked Learning 2002; 26 Mar - 28 Mar 2002, Sheffield, U.K..
Alsop, G. and Wills, C (2001) Technology and democracy: a panacea for government? In: International Conference on Trends in Communications; 04 Jul - 07 Jul 2001, Bratislava, Slovakia. ISBN 0780364902
- 2015 - present EPSRC Peer Reviewer
- 2014 - present Fellow of the British Computer Society
- 2013 - present Journal Reviewing: Research in Learning Technology, Computers and Education,
- 2002 - present Member of the Asssociation of Learning Technology
- 2000 - 2005 Refereeing: Assessment and Evaluation in Higher Education; Education, Technology and Society; and Innovations in Education and Teaching International.
- Invited/Keynote Speaker: University of Vienna - Learning Management Systems and their Implementation
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