Editorial Board

Biography

Dr. Gayle Calverley

Project and Programme Manager


Email: gj.calverley@bcs.org.uk

 

Qualifications

2012  MBA, University of Manchester, UK, Global Accelerated MBA

1993  Ph.D., University of Loughborough, UK, Applied Physics

1987  B.Sc., University of Hull, UK, Applied Physics with Laser Technology


Publications (Selected)


  1. Uhomoibhi, J., Casey, L., Greller, W., and Calverley, G., 2010. e-Portfolios for Learning and Development: without constant internet or electric grid access e-Learning Africa, 5th International Conference on ICT for Development, Education and Training, Lusaka, Zambia, May 26-28, 2010.
  2. Johnston, P., and Calverley, G., 2009. A Dublin Core Application Profile for Time-based Media, Full specification and reports published at: http://wiki.manchester.ac.uk/tbmap/
  3. Johnston, P., and Calverley, G., 2009. A Dublin Core Application Profile for Time-based Media, JISC Repositories and Preservation Programme Meeting, Aston Business School, 6-7 May 2009.
  4. Calverley, G., 2008. Problem Space Constraints for a Time-based Media Application Profile, JISC Application Profile Projects Group, London, UK, 16 June 2008.
  5. Calverley, G., Childs, M., and Schnieders, L., 2008. Video for Education Volume 1: Selected papers from the DIVERSE Conferences 2001-2006,Oxford: The Association for Learning Technology. ISBN 978-0-9556852-0-0
  6. Petch, J., Calverley, G., Dexter, H., & Cappelli, T., 2007. Piloting a Process Maturity Model as an e-Learning Benchmarking Method, Electronic Journal of e-Learning (EJEL), 5(1), pp. 49-58.
  7. Calverley, G., 2006. Developing organisational ‘off-the-shelf’ capacity: Continued implications for tutors who wish to increase their re-use of electronically delivered time-based media, Interactive Technology and Smart Education (ITSE), 3(2), pp.113- 130.
  8. Calverley, G., 2006. Considerations for Producing Re-usable & Sustainable Educational Streaming Materials, Canadian Journal of Learning Technology (CJLT), 32(1), pp.143-161.
  9. Calverley, G., 2005. Making the Institutional Business Case for Introducing Learning Design Tools, Journal of Interactive Multimedia in Education, JIME Special Issue: Advances in Learning Design, 2005(14), http://jime.open.ac.uk/2005/01
  10. Calverley, G., 2005. Enhancing streaming video resources for the practitioner: metadata, Vine 35(1/2), pp.78-84.
  11. Gayle Calverley, Lisa Corley, Linda Creanor, Allison Littlejohn, Martin Jenkins, Barbara Newland, 2004. In Roberts, G. and Riachi, R., 2004 (eds.) Making Connections: British Perspectives on Learning Technology Developments in Netherlands Higher Education, Oxford: The Association for Learning Technology. ISBN 0-9545870-2-2
  12. Calverley, G., 2003. Reconsidering Content: Using Technology for Learning, Chapter 2, pp.17-30. In ed. Jane Seale, Learning Technology in Transition: From Individual Enthusiasm to Institutional Implementation, Swets & Zeitlinger (Bound Edition) ISBN 90-265-1963-X
  13. Calverley, G.J., Shephard K.L., 2003. Assisting the Uptake of Online Resources: Why Good Learning Resources are Not Enough, Computers Educ., 41(3), pp.205-224.
  14. Calverley, G.J., andHammond, N.V., 1998. Disposable Web Prototype for Assisting Software Development, Online White Paper, CTI Psychology.
  15. Calverley, G.J., Fincham, D., Bacon, R.A., 1998. Modernisation of a Traditional Physics Course, Computers Educ., 31(2), pp.151-169. 16.   Watkins, J., Agousti, A., Calverley, G., 1997. Evaluation of a Physics Multi-media Resource, Computers Educ., 28(3), pp. 165-171.
  16. Watkins, J.J., Calverley, G.J., Bacon, R.A., 1995. Implementation of a Complete Learning Environment, IETI (Innovations in Education and Teaching (formerly: Training) International), formerly ETTI (Educational and Training Technology International), 32(3), pp. 239-244.
  17. Watkins, J., Calverley, G., Davies, J., Cartwright, T., 1995. Evaluation of a Physics Multi-media Resource, Computers Educ., 24(2), pp.83-88.