Dr Phil Barter


NameDr Phil Barter
Contact categoryResearcher
Job titleDeputy Dean, Faculty of Health, Social Care & Education
Research institute
Primary appointmentSchool Leadership
Email addressp.barter@mdx.ac.uk
ORCIDhttps://orcid.org/0009-0005-4041-4288

Research outputs

Authentic by design: developing students for the talent economy

Megeney, A., Barter, P., Graham, J. 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

Using technology to enhance learning, progression and achievement in higher education

Barter, P. 2020. Using technology to enhance learning, progression and achievement in higher education. PhD thesis Middlesex University School of Health and Education

Do mobile learning devices enhance learning in higher education anatomy classrooms?

Wilkinson, K. and Barter, P. 2016. Do mobile learning devices enhance learning in higher education anatomy classrooms? Journal of Pedagogic Development. 6 (1), pp. 14-23.

Literature review on the use of action research in higher education

Gibbs, P., Cartney, P., Wilkinson, K., Parkinson, J., Cunningham, S., James-Reynolds, C., Zoubir, T., Brown, V., Barter, P., Sumner, P., MacDonald, A., Dayananda, A. and Pitt, A. 2017. Literature review on the use of action research in higher education. Educational Action Research. 25 (1), pp. 3-22. https://doi.org/10.1080/09650792.2015.1124046

Digital literacies in situated practices

Barter, P., Zoubir, T. and Macdonald, K. 2015. Digital literacies in situated practices. Middlesex University Annual Learning and Teaching Conference 2015: Revisiting Assessment. Middlesex University, London, United Kingdom 13 Jul 2015

Beyond access and skills: from Moodle evaluation to digital literacies in situated practices

Zoubir, T., Barter, P. and Macdonald, K. 2015. Beyond access and skills: from Moodle evaluation to digital literacies in situated practices. 13th Academic Practice and Technology Conference 2015 - Flipping the Institution: Higher Education in the Post Digital Age. London, United Kingdom 07 Jul 2015
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