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Dr Ray Stoneham

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Principal Lecturer and Intranet Manager
Department of Computing and Information Systems
Faculty of Architecture, Computing and Humanities
University of Greenwich
Old Royal Naval College
Park Row
London SE10 9LS
United Kingdom

Telephone: +44 (0)20 8331 8749
Room: QM366
e-mail:

Qualifications

BSc (Hons), PhD [Australian National University]

Biography

After obtaining a PhD in Theoretical Physics and working as an astrophysicist for 3 years at Cambridge, I made a career change to teaching in schools and colleges, leading eventually to a Principal Lectureship at the University of Greenwich. I now specialise in data-driven web sites, with a particular interest in intranets and e-learning.

Research/Scholarly interests

Intranets, data-driven web sites, e-learning, Managed Learning Environments

Course leader 2017/18

Enterprise Web Software Development
Essential professional and academic skills for Masters students
Information and Content Management
Web and Intranet Content Management

Selected publications

Stoneham, R. (2016), "Panopto with Moodle: Enabling videos and screencasts to be effective assessment tools for all", Compass (the Teaching and Learning Journal of the University of Greenwich), Vol. 9, Issue 13, available here.

Stoneham, R. (2015), "Failing Students need Big Data and Learning Analytics: Hype or Reality?", Compass (the Teaching and Learning Journal of the University of Greenwich), available here.

Stoneham, R. (2015), "Bridging the Gap with Intranets: Linking Connected Learning in an Open World to University League Tables ", Compass (the Teaching and Learning Journal of the University of Greenwich), available here.

Stoneham, R. (2015), "On Being Original: Why many students find avoiding plagiarism difficult, and what can be done about it". Compass (the Teaching and Learning Journal of the University of Greenwich), available here.

Stoneham, R. and Essop, E. (2014), "Supervision Tracking: Improving the student and staff experience for projects and dissertations", Compass (the Teaching and Learning Journal of the University of Greenwich), vol. 5:9, available here.

Simmonds T., Gent, D. and Stoneham, R. (2014), "Effective/Cost-effective Screencasting", Compass (the Teaching and Learning Journal of the University of Greenwich), vol. 5:9, available here.

Stoneham, R. (2013), "In Praise of Yellow Pages: What is the point of referencing, and why do students find it so difficult?", Compass (the Teaching and Learning Journal of the University of Greenwich), vol. 5:8, available here.

Stoneham, R. and Prichard, M. (2013): "Look, Listen and Learn! Do students actually look at and/or listen to online feedback?", Compass (the Teaching and Learning Journal of the University of Greenwich), vol. 7, available here.

Stoneham, R. (2012): "Managed Learning Environments in Universities: Are they Achievable?", Compass (the Teaching and Learning Journal of the University of Greenwich), vol. 6, pp. 45-54, available here.

Kiernan, M. and Stoneham, R. (2010) "The danger of impersonalisation in mass personalised learning". In: Making it personal. Educational Development. University of Greenwich, Greenwich, UK, pp. 19-24.

Stoneham, R. (2009) "Coursework uploads and zero-tolerance deadlines". Italics, 8 (1). pp. 17-20.

Stoneham, R. (2008) "The impact on students of coursework assessment deadlines and penalties". In: "e" Teaching and Learning 2008: Workshop Proceedings.Higher Education Academy, Subject Centre for Information and Computer Sciences, Newtownabbey, Northern Ireland, pp. 9-13.

Recent conference presentations

Stoneham, R. (2017), "Authenticity of assessment in the digital era: Some technological options", apt2017, Greenwich, recording available here

Stoneham, R. and Samakovitis, G. (2017), "Plagiarism Challenge Workshop: Marking ainít what it used to be", apt2017, Greenwich

Stoneham, R. (2017), "The negative impact of images on learning in online resources, and how to avoid it", SHIFT, Greenwich

Stoneham, R. (2016), "Inside Out: Bridging the gap between what students think and what they say", apt2016, Greenwich

Stoneham, R., Nyaga, C. and Sadykova, E. (2016), "Panopto as an effective assessment tool", SHIFT, Greenwich, recording available here

Stoneham, R., Sadykova, E. and Nyaga, C. (2016), "SharePoint as a powerful student engagement tool", SHIFT, Greenwich, recording available here

Stoneham, R. (2015), "Failing students need Big Data: Is it hype or reality, and what are the risks?", SHIFT, Greenwich

Stoneham R. and Essop, A. (2013), "eSupervision: "Improving the student and staff experience for projects and dissertations", SHIFT, Greenwich

Ackroyd, A., Stoneham, R. and Prichard, M. (2013), "A Flexible Student Response System: Using Their/Our Own Mobile Devices", apt2013, Greenwich

Simmonds, T., Gent,D. and Stoneham, R. (2013), "Effective/Cost-effective Screencasting", SHIFT, Greenwich
Prichard, M. and Stoneham, R. (2013), "Look, Listen and Learn (Again)", apt2013, Greenwich

de Quincey, E. and Stoneham, R. (2013) "Identifying Potential Sources of Data and Metaphors for Learning Analytics and Dashboards", apt2013, Greenwich