Conference Papers

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Invited papers and keynotes

2017

Hall, R. (2017). Against boundaries: dismantling the curriculum in higher education, at the University of Worcester Learning, Teaching and Student Experience Conference 2017, University of Worcester.

Hall, R. (2017). The really open university: working together as open academic commons, at the Brookes Learning Teaching Conference 2017, Oxford Brookes University.

Hall, R. (2017). Invited participant, The Porous University – A critical exploration of openness, space and place in Higher Education, University of the Highlands and Islands.

Hall, R. (2017). On the alienation of academic labour and the possibilities for mass intellectuality, at the Marxism and Education: Renewing Dialogues (MERD) Seminar, University of East London.

2016

Hall, R. (2016). Prospects for Peace Education in the Neoliberal Era, at the Adam Curle Peace Symposium: Peaceful Relations and the Transformation of the World, University of Bradford.

Hall, R. (2016). Invited participant, Resisting Neoliberalism and Education Symposium, at the University of Brighton, Faculty of Education.

Hall, R., and Atkins, L. (2016). The lessons of digital identity for professional practice and graduate research, at the Lincoln University Education Post-Doctoral Research Conference. Lincoln University.

Hall, R. (2016). The relationship between citizenship, participation and digital literacy, at the HealthLiteracy UK seminar, Digital Participation and Health Literacy. De Montfort University.

Hall, R. (2016). Invited participant at the DMU Leadership Conference, Learning to Lead, Leading to Learn, at The DMU Strategic Framework and Challenging Convention in Learning and Teaching. De Montfort University.

Hall, R. (2016). Invited participant at the British Sociology Association Activism in Sociology Forum fringe event, on Radical Education inside and outside the Neoliberal University. University of Birmingham.

Hall, R. (2016). Invited participant at the Unconference for Transformational Learning and Culture. University of Warwick.

Hall, R. (2016). On the abolition of academic labour: the relationship between intellectual workers and mass intellectuality. Conference of Socialist Economists, Midlands Group. University of Birmingham.

2015

Hall, R. (2015). Critically questioning educational innovation in higher education. 4th International Studies of Management and Organisations International Research Conference. IDRAC Business School, Nice, France.

Hall, R. (2015). Educational innovation and the future of higher education. The Northern Universities Consortium Annual Conference. The Manchester Conference Centre.

Hall, R. (2015). Anxiety in the academy: the dehumanisation of educational possibility. Invited participant, Resisting Neoliberalism and Education Symposium, at the University of Brighton, Faculty of Education.

Hall, R. (2015). Enhancing Learning though Technology. The De Montfort University Teaching and Learning Conference. Leicester, UK.

Hall, R. (2015). Dismantling the Curriculum in Higher Education. The Bishop Grosseteste University Learning and Teaching Conference. Lincoln, UK.

Hall, R. (2015). Critically questioning educational innovation in economics and business: Human interaction in a virtualising world. Educational Innovation in Economics and Business Association conference. The University of Brighton, UK.

Hall, R. (2015). Against Educational Technology in the Neoliberal University. The Communication and Media Research Institute (CAMRI), research seminar. The University of Westminster. See: http://www.triple-c.at/index.php/tripleC/article/view/676

Hall, R. (2015). Conference Chair. Open Educational Resources Schools Conference. Phoenix Square, Leicester.

2014

Hall, R. (2014). Beyond Open Education. Open Education: Condition Critical. Coventry University, Centre for Disruptive Media seminar.

Invited participant, Resisting Neoliberalism and Education seminar, at the University of Brighton, Faculty of Education.

Hall, R. (2014). 2+2=5: The University and the Secular Crisis. De Montfort University, Professorial Lecture Series.

Hall, R., Fraser, J., and Atkins, L. (2014). The Digilit Leicester Celebration Event. Crown Hills Community College, Leicester.

Hall, R. (2014). Invited panelist: Changing the Learning Landscape programme. 18th International ALT Conference. University of Warwick.

Hall, R. (2014). Social sustainability, mass intellectuality and the crisis of higher education. Building Sustainable Societies International Conference. University of Leeds.

Hall, R., and Atkins, L. (2014). The Digilit Leicester Project: implications for higher education. Centre for Educational Research and Development seminar. The University of Lincoln, Lincoln.

2013

Hall, R. (2013). National and International dissemination of pedagogic work. HEA STEM: Developing pedagogic interests and outputs in Technology. De Montfort University, Leicester.

Hall, R. (2013). Moving the Goalposts: some realities of democratic football governance. The Social Science Centre, Public Seminar. Lincoln.

Atkins, L., Fraser, J., and Hall, R. (2013). The Digilit Leicester Project. Jisc Learning and Teaching Practice Experts Group. Birmingham.

Fraser, J, Hall, R., and Atkins, L. (2013). The Digilit Leicester Project. Reclaim Open Learning Symposium. University of California, Irvine.

Hall, R. (2013). Educational technology and the war on public education. Critical perspectives on educational technology. University of Brighton.

Hall, R. (2013). For a resilient education. University of the West of Scotland Learning and Teaching Conference. UWS Hamilton, Scotland.

Traxler, J., Belshaw, D., Cunningham, H., Facer, K., Hall, R., and Specht, M. (2013). Technology-Enhanced Learning, the Crisis and the Response. Alpine RendezVous 2013. STELLARnet: Grenoble, France.

Hall, R. (2013). Making the Cloud work for you: institutional risk and governance. Technology in Higher Education Summit, The BETT Show 2013. Excel, London.

Hall, R. (2013). Invited Conference Chair. Innovative Learning. Public Service Events: The Barbican Centre, London.

2012

Hall, R. (2012). Do universities care enough about their students? London Festival of Education. Institute of Education, the University of London.

Hall, R. (2012). Educational technology and the war on public education. Doing and Undoing Academic Labour. The University of Lincoln, Centre for Educational Research and Development Conference.

Hall, R. (2012). Invited Conference Chair. Innovative Learning: Maximising Technology, Maximising Potential. Public Service Events: The Barbican Centre, London.

Hall, R. (2012). Student involvement, assessment and the production of a university experience. Enhancing the Quality of Student Blended Learning through Integrative Formative Assessment Methods. HEA Workshop and Seminar Series: The University of Huddersfield.

I was a panel member on the Guardian Higher Education Network discussion of leadership in higher education on 23 March 2012.

2011

Hall, R. (2011). How can we best counter radicalisation in universities? The Roots of Violent Radicalisation, De Montfort University and The Home Affairs Committee Conference. De Montfort University.

Hall, R. (2011). In, Against and Beyond the Neoliberal University. The Assault On Universities: Privatisation, Secrecy and the Future of Higher Education. De Montfort University.

Hall, R. (2011). In, Against and Beyond the Neoliberal University. A teach-out for the Tent City University. Russell Square, London.

Hall, R. (2011). Higher Education and the Shock Doctrine. Citizenseye Community Media Week 2011. Leicester.

Hall, R. (2011). Technology and higher learning. A conversation at The Really Free School. London.

Hall, R. (2011). Internationalisation, student voices and the shock doctrine: a disruption of business-as-usual? Teesside University, 11th annual learning and teaching conference, Internationalisation and employability. Teesside University.

Hall, R. (2011). On becoming and being a National Teaching Fellow. 11th Teesside University Learning and Teaching Conference. Teesside University.

2010

Hall, R. (2010). Building Capability in Technology-Enhanced Learning: Lessons from Pathfinder. Gwella Programme Conference, Celebrating Success and Meeting Future Challenges. Gregynog Hall, University of Wales.

Hall, R. (2010). How can technology help us realize the learning potential of a life-wide curriculum? SCEPTRE Conference, Enabling a more complete education. The University of Surrey.

Hall, R., and Linsey, T. (2010). Managing Curriculum Change: supporting remote learners. 8th JISC Conference. On-line.

Hall, R. (2010). The Resilient Historian. The New History Lab. The University of Leicester.

Hall, R. (2010). Taking forward change in technology-enhanced education. JISC cascading workshop and conference for institutional stakeholders. The University of Bolton.

Hall, R., and Linsey, T. (2010). Managing Curriculum Change: supporting remote learners. JISC Experts Conference. Birmingham.

Hall, R. (2010). Embedding technology in higher education: the challenges of policy and practice. Edinburgh Napier Staff Development Conference. Edinburgh Napier University.

2009

Hall, R. (2009). Maximising the impact of placements through the use of Web 2.0. University of Surrey Practitioners network. The University of Surrey.

Hall, R., George, P., and Linsey, T. (2009). Transforming curriculum delivery through technology. 4th JISC International Innovating e-Learning Conference. On-line.

Hall, R. (2009). Can higher education enable its learners’ digital autonomy and do they want it anyway? ESRI Research Seminar. Manchester Metropolitan University.

2008

Co-organiser, JISC Users and Innovations Programme Development Conference (2008). Aston University.

Hall, R. (2008). Can higher education enable its learners’ digital autonomy? Learners in the Co-creation of Knowledge Conference. Edinburgh.

2007

Hall, R. (2007). Battery-farming or free-ranging: towards citizen participation in e-learning environments. Learning Futures Conference. The University of Leicester.

2005

Hall, R. (2005). Research in Learning and Teaching in History. Effective Learning and Teaching project, International Symposium. The University of Edinburgh.

Peer-reviewed conference papers and workshops

2017

Hall, R., and Winn. J. (2017). Social co-operatives and the democratisation of higher education. Co-operative Education and Research Conference 2017, Co-operative College, Manchester.

Hall, R. (2017). For the Really Open University. OER17, International Conference, London.

Reeves, A., and Hall, R. (2017). Engendering social learning for sustainability in the UK: how can a university course engage its stakeholder community? International Environmental Communication Association, Conference on Communication and Environment. University of Leicester.

Brown, J., Hall, R., Lishman, R., Rushworth, J., and Snape, R. (2017). Designing for difference: lessons from a cross-disciplinary implementation of Universal Design for Learning. National Conference on the Beginning Design Student. Salt Lake City, Utah.

2015

Atkins, L. and Hall, R. (2014). School staff digital literacy: what we learned from the DigiLit Leicester Project. 6th Teacher Education Advancement Network Conference. Aston University.

Alotaibi, A., Ayesh, A. and Hall, R. (2015). Managing Admission in Saudi Universities: a System Approach. 6th International Conference on E-Education, E-Business, E-Management and E-Learning- IC4E 2015, Doha, Qatar.

2014

Atkins, L., Hall, R., and Fraser, J. (2014). Supporting staff development in Digital Literacy: the DigiLit Leicester Project. 18th International ALT Conference. University of Warwick.

Hall, R. (2014). Academic Labour and Co-operative Struggles for Subjectivity. Governing Academic Life conference. London School of Economics.

Hall, R. (2014). Friction, co-operation and technology in the neoliberal university. Friction: An interdisciplinary conference on technology and resistance. University of Nottingham.

Winn J., and Hall. R. (2014). A Contribution to the Critique of the Political Economy of Academic Labour. Academic Identities Conference 2014. Durham University.

Hall, R. (2014). The crisis of teaching forward and the need for academic activism. Higher Education Academy Social Sciences Annual Learning and Teaching Conference. Aston University.

Hall, R. (2014). Education for sustainability and the triple crunch. Pedagogic Research Institute and Observatory Annual Conference. University of Plymouth.

Atkins, L., Hall, R., and Fraser, J. (2014). Supporting pre-service teachers’ digital literacy development: the DigiLit Leicester Framework. 5th Teacher Education Advancement Network Conference. Aston University.

Hall, R. (2014). Technology and co-operative practice against the neoliberal university. Centre for Applied Philosophy, Politics and Ethics (CAPPE), 9th Annual, International, Interdisciplinary Conference. Neoliberalism and Everyday Life. University of Brighton.

Hall, R., and Winn, J. (2014). For a co-operative University. Discourse, Power and Resistance 14 Conference. The University of Greenwich.

2013

Hall, R. (2013). On Autonomist Marxism and the affective economy. ESRC Seminar Series, Digital Policy: Connectivity, Creativity and Rights. Seminar 11, Affective Digital Economy: Intimacy, Identity and Networked Realities. The University of Leicester.

Hall, R. (2013). Responsible Innovation in ICT, E-Teaching/E-Learning. ICT 2013 – Create, Connect, Grow. Vilnius, Lithuania.

Fairweather, B., Rogerson, S., and Hall. R. (2013). Is the Automation of Plagiarism Detection Disturbing the Trust Trinity in Academic Assessment? ectc2013 The Inaugural European Conference on Technology in the Classroom. The University of Brighton.

Bixley,M., DMU4, Hall, R., Weale, R., Collingwood, J., Marshall, F. & Hamilton, C. (2013). People with aphasia creating an aphasia friendly website: The DMU4 experience. British Aphasiology Society International Conference. The Universityof Manchester.

Hall, R. (2013). Educational technology and the enclosure of academic labour inside public higher education. Critical Pedagogies: Equality and Diversity in a Changing Institution: Interdisciplinary Symposium. The University of Edinburgh.

Stahl, B., Hall, R., Flick, C. (2013). Evaluating Research Quality and Publications in Ethics and Technology. Ethicomp13. The University of Southern Denmark.

Traxler, J., Beetham, H., Hall, R., Holley, D., and Royle, K. (2013). TEL: crisis and response. A symposium at the 18th International ALT Conference. The University of Nottingham.

2012

Alshammari, M., Howley, R., Leigh, M., and Hall, R. (2012). Early implementation stages of learning management systems (LMS) by academics: the case of Saudi universities. ICERI2012, 5th International Conference of Education, Research and Innovation. Madrid, Spain.

Hall, R. (2012). In, Against and Beyond the Neoliberal University. Discourse, Power, Resistance 12. The University of Plymouth.

Hall, R. (2012). Educational technology and the war on public education. The Problem of “Dirty Hands” in UK Universities. University of Brighton, Centre for Applied Philosophy, Politics and Ethics.

2011

Atwell, G., Fraser, J., Hall, R., Winn., J. (2011). In, Against and Beyond the Institution. MobilityShifts: An International Future of Learning Summit. The New School, New York City.

Bell, F., da Costa, C.M., Fraser, J., Hall. R., Keegan, H. (2011). The Paradox of Openness: The High Costs of Giving Online. A symposium at the 16th International ALT Conference. The University of Leeds.

George, P., Faughna, S., Forrest, P., Hall, R. (2011). Is the VLE Reborn? A symposium at the 16th International ALT Conference. The University of Leeds.

Hall, R., and Winn, J. (2011). Technology and open education: a critique of a resilient higher education. The CAL Conference 2011: Learning Futures: Education, Technology & Sustainability. The University of Manchester.

Hall, R. Neary, M., and Winn, J. (2011). The Social Science Centre. Educational Spaces of Alterity workshop. The University of Nottingham.

Hall, R. Neary, M., and Winn, J. (2011). The Social Science Centre. The Crisis Forum Conference: For People and Planet: Not Profit and Self-Destruction Can Universities make the move towards, or even lead ‘transition’? The University of Winchester.

2010

Hall, R., and Brine, A. (2010). Beyond Pathfinder: departmental strategies for extending Web 2.0 services. emerging technologies in academic libraries 10th International Conference. Trondheim, Norway.

Hall, R. (2010). The Resilient Historian. HEA History Subject Centre Conference. The University of Oxford.

Hall, R., and Linsey, T. (2010). Improving Assessment and Feedback Practices in a Technology-Enhanced Teaching and Learning Environment: Theory and Practice. HEA Evidence-Based Practice Seminar. Kingston University.

Hall, R., and Winn, J. (2010). Is the current form of Higher Education in the UK viable? Developing a resilient education. HEA Annual Conference. The University of Hertfordshire.

Hall, R., and Winn, J. (2010). More efficiently unsustainable? Transitioning Higher Education to a 2050 -80% +2c 350ppm world. 15th International ALT conference. The University of Nottingham.

Hall, R., and Winn, J. (2010). The relationships between technology and open education in the development of a resilient higher education. 7th International Open Education conference. Barcelona, Spain.

2009

Hall, R., Andrew, M., and Taylor, P. (2009). Mobilising Remote Student Engagement (Morse) Using Mobile and Web2.0 Technologies: Initial Perspectives. 4th IADIS International Conference on Mobile Learning. Barcelona, Spain.

Hall, R., Conboy, H., and Thompson, P. (2009). Deploying Read/Write Web Approaches for Pedagogic Change amongst PG Cert HE Participants. Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference. Miami, Florida.

Hall, R. (2009). Connecting Transitions and Independent Learning: The Impact on Mentors. Chartered Institute of Librarians and Information Professionals Research University College and Research Group Conference. De Montfort University.

Hall, R., and Conboy, H. (2009). Connecting Transitions and Independent Learning: an evaluation of read/write web approaches. 4th International SOLSICE Conference. Edge Hill University.

Hall, R., and Conboy, H. (2009). The impact of web2.0 on students’ writing and on the curriculum: a comparative study. EDULEARN09. Barcelona, Spain.

Hall, R., and Conboy, H. (2009). Connecting transitions and independent learning in higher education: evaluating the impact of the read/write web on the first-year student experience. EDULEARN09. Barcelona, Spain.

Hall, R., and Conboy, H. (2009). Journeys in Peer E-communication: Student Mentors’ Perspectives. 4th International iPED Conference. The University of Coventry.

Hall, R., Gunn, C., Kepell, M., and Creanor. L. (2009). Who is responsible for eLearning sustainability? 14th International ALT Conference. The University of Manchester.

Hall, R., and Conboy, H. (2009). Connecting Transitions and Independent Learning: an evaluation of read/write web approaches. 14th International ALT Conference. The University of Manchester.

Hall, R. (2009). Web 2.0 tools and assessment. 8th European Conference on e-Learning. The University of Bari, Italy.

2008

Hall, R. (2008). The impact of the read/right web on learner agency. Digital Technologies: Repurposing Education Conference. The University of Plymouth.

Hall, R. (2008). The impact of the read/right web on learner agency. The 7th International London Scholarship of Teaching and Learning conference. The University of London.

Hall, R. (2008). The impact of the read/right web on learner agency. Creating Contemporary Student Learning Environments Conference. On-line.

Hall, R. (2008). Pathfinding – the impact of collaborative approaches in embedding e-learning. 3rd International SOLSICE conference. Edge Hill University.

Hall, R. (2008). Scoping the curriculum impact of the read/right web: managing the interface between student and staff expectations. 2nd International Pedagogical Research in Higher Education Conference. The University of Warwick.

Hall, R., Conboy, H., and Thompson, P. (2008). The impact of read/write web approaches on the curriculum priorities of PG Cert HE students. Third International Blended Learning Conference. The University of Hertfordshire.

Hall, R. (2008). Approaches to assessment using the read/write web. Assessment in Higher Education Conference. The University of Cumbria.

Hall, R., and Reed, P. (2008). Pathfinding – the impact of collaborative approaches in embedding e-learning. JISC RSC North-West conference. The University of Liverpool.

Hall, R. (2008). Web 2.0 tools and assessment. 7th European Conference on e-Learning. Agia Napia, Cyprus.

2007

Hall, R. (2007). Battery-farming or Free-ranging: Framing Creative Expression Through Citizen Participation in E-learning Environments. CAL ‘07. Trinity College Dublin.

Hall, R. (2007). Evaluating a model for citizen participation in elearning environments. 2nd International SOLSICE conference. Edge Hill University.

2005

Hall, R., and Pollak, D. (2005). The curriculum and e-learning: a large dash of accessibility in the blend. HEA, Midland Practitioners’ Forum. Embedding Campus-Based eLearning: Getting the Blend Right. De Montfort University.

Hall, R. (2005). Machiavelli or Project Management: can either PRINCE sustain the outcomes of e-based change? HEA Annual Conference. Accomplishing Complex Institutional Change: making a difference to students’ experiences of higher education. De Montfort University.

Hall, R. (2005). Delivering what students say they want on-line: towards academic participation in the enfranchisement of e-learners. 4th European Conference on e-learning. Amsterdam, Holland.

Hall, R. (2005). Enfranchising e-tutors through professional standards? 10th Staff and Educational Development Association (SEDA) Conference. Birmingham, UK.

2004

Hall, R. (2004). Approaches to on-line curriculum development: student recommendations for managing their expectations. ILT Web Users Workshop. The University of York.

Hall, R. (2004). Stand and deliver: enhancing the student e-learning experience. De Montfort University Quality Enhancement Conference. De Montfort University.

2003

Hall, R., Harwood, T., and Ravat, H. (2003). Do learning technologies enhance the level one experience in Higher Education? 3rd Institute for Learning and Teaching in HE Conference. The University of Warwick.

2002

Hall, R. (2002). Using ICT to enhance Learning, Teaching and Assessment. LTSN Subject Centre Conference. The University of Oxford.

Hall, R. (2002). The Impact of Learning Technology on Students’ Learning. 2nd Institute for Learning and Teaching in HE Conference. Heriot-Watt University.

2001

Hall, R., and Harding D. (2001). Aligning learning, teaching and assessment. 1st University of Teesside Learning and Teaching Conference. Teesside University.

Hall, R. (2001). Aligning Learning, Teaching and Assessment through the Web. LTSN Subject Centre Conference. The University of Oxford.

Hall, R. (2001). Aligning Learning, Teaching and Assessment through the Web. SEDA Conference. The University of Glasgow.

Hall, R. (2001). Moving the goalposts: enabling Arts-based co-operative learning through on-line delivery. 7th European Conference on Educational Research. Lille, France.

2000

Hall, R., and Harding D. (2000). Managing institutional change: a case study of the Chic project. SEDA Conference. The University of Manchester.

Hall, R. (2000). Embedding ICT in the curriculum. History 2000 Conference. Bath Spa University.

Hall, R. (2000). Promoting teaching innovation in research-led institutions. 1st FDTL/TLTP Conference. Newcastle University.

Hall, R. (2000). A distinctive pedagogy for on-line history: the potential for enhancing learning in the Arts. 7th International ALT Conference. The University of Manchester.

1999

Hall, R. (1999). Evaluating the Implementation of ICT in the Learning and Teaching of History: Lessons from the First Year of the Chic Project. Association for History and Computing Conference. The University of Glasgow.

Hall, R., and Harding D. (1999). Evaluating ICT in the Learning and Teaching of History: Lessons from the First Year of the Chic Project. 6th International Association for Learning Technology (ALT)Conference. Bristol University.

Hall, R. (1999). Evaluating the Context of On-line History Teaching: The First Year of the Chic Project. 5th Humanities and Arts Network Conference. The Open University.

1998

Hall, R., and Mould, C. (1998). Analysing the Relationship Between Process and Outcome in Young Children’s Learning. European Early Childhood Research Association conference. Santiago de Compostela, Spain.


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