Dr Deeba Parmar


NameDr Deeba Parmar
Job titleHead of Academic Practice Enhancement
Email addressD.Parmar@mdx.ac.uk
Contact categoryResearcher

Research outputs

Authentic by design: developing students for the talent economy

Barter, P., Megeney, A., Graham, J., Parmar, D. and Mourouti, O. 2023. Authentic by design: developing students for the talent economy. AdvanceHE Assessment and Feedback Symposium 2023. Reading, UK 07 - 07 Nov 2023

Intentionality for inclusivity - the journey at Middlesex University

Roberts, H., Punev, I., Allardyce, D., Kyprianou, A., Appiah, S., Megeney, A., Calin, A., Gallacher, D. and Mill, R. 2022. Intentionality for inclusivity - the journey at Middlesex University. McGraw Hill.

Assessing with e-Ase

Gallacher, D., Reid, C., Chapman, A., Mimirinis, M., Torrance, N. and Ryder, A. 2013. Assessing with e-Ase. The Educational Development Unit, Middlesex University.

Transforming e-assessment for learning: developing an institution wide scaffold

Reid, C., Chapman, A. and Gallacher, D. 2012. Transforming e-assessment for learning: developing an institution wide scaffold. SOLSTICE and CLTR Conference. Edge HIll University 13 - 14 Jun 2012

Empowering bioscience students to develop employability skills through volunteering – voices of experience

Cunningham, S., Tunch, O. and Gallacher, D. 2013. Empowering bioscience students to develop employability skills through volunteering – voices of experience. HEA STEM Annual Conference 2013. Birmingham, UK 16 - 17 Apr 2013

Final report to the Higher Education Academy. managing connections: using e-learning tracking information to improve retention rates in higher education

Anagnostopoulou, K., Preigo-Hernandez, J. and Parmar, D. 2008. Final report to the Higher Education Academy. managing connections: using e-learning tracking information to improve retention rates in higher education. Middlesex University.

Learning through research: the first year experience from the mature students perspective

Parmar, D., Chapman, A. and Trotter, E. 2006. Learning through research: the first year experience from the mature students perspective. Higher Education Close Up 3 2006. Lancaster University 24 - 26 Jul 2006 Lancaster University.

A good start equals a good stay: providing a positive induction experience

Crooks, B. and Parmar, D. 2005. A good start equals a good stay: providing a positive induction experience. BERA 2005. Glamorgan 14 - 17 Sep 2005

Supporting the first year student experience through the use of learning technologies

Anagnostopoulou, K. and Parmar, D. 2010. Supporting the first year student experience through the use of learning technologies. London Middlesex University and the Higher Education Academy.

An exploration of perceptions of learning and e-learning held by students who withdraw and those who persist with UK higher education

Anagnostopoulou, K., Parmar, D. and Priego-Hernandez, J. 2009. An exploration of perceptions of learning and e-learning held by students who withdraw and those who persist with UK higher education. Brookes eJournal of Learning and Teaching (BeJLT). 2 (4).

The first year experience: approaches to enhancement

Parmar, D. 2008. The first year experience: approaches to enhancement. SEDA Educational Developments. 9 (1), pp. 24-26.

Practical guide: bringing together e-learning and student retention

Anagnostopoulou, K. and Parmar, D. 2008. Practical guide: bringing together e-learning and student retention. Middlesex University.

An evaluation of the first year experience from the mature students' perspective; a multi-institutional comparison

Chapman, A., Parmar, D. and Trotter, E. 2007. An evaluation of the first year experience from the mature students' perspective; a multi-institutional comparison. Practitioner Research in Higher Education. 1 (1), pp. 15-19.

A tale of two universities: meeting the induction needs of our students

Crooks, B. and Parmar, D. 2006. A tale of two universities: meeting the induction needs of our students. in: Hudson, T., Abramson, M., Acland, T., Braham, J., Hill, M., Lines, A., Mclinden, M., Saunders, D. and Storan, J. (ed.) Towards a global understanding of lifelong learning: making a difference UK FACE Forum for Access and Continuing Education. pp. 182-189

Building success for all our students: enhancing the first year student experience

Parmar, D. 2005. Building success for all our students: enhancing the first year student experience. in: Rust, C. (ed.) Improving student learning: Diversity and Inclusivity Oxford, UK Oxford Brookes University.

Keeping our students: identifying factors that influence student withdrawal and strategies to enhance the experience and retention of first-year students

Trotter, E. and Parmar, D. 2004. Keeping our students: identifying factors that influence student withdrawal and strategies to enhance the experience and retention of first-year students. Learning and Teaching in the Social Sciences. 1 (3), pp. 149-168. https://doi.org/10.1386/ltss.1.3.149/0
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