Selected publications list 2018

Publications – March 2018

Books

1.             Conole, G., (2013), Designing for learning in an open world, in M. Spector and S.P. Lejoie (Eds.), Explorations in the Learning Sciences, Instructional Systems and Performance Technologies, New York: Springer.

2.             Conole, G. and Oliver, M. (Eds) (2007), ‘Contemporary perspectives in e-learning research: themes, methods and impact on practice’, part of the Open and Distance Learning Series, F. Lockwood, (ed), London: RoutledgeFalmer.

3.             Squires, D., Conole, G. and Jacobs, G. (Eds.), (2000), The Changing Face of Learning Technology, Cardiff: University of Wales Press.

Book chapters

1.             Conole, G. (2018), Marketing Opportunities Overview – the future of education, Melbourne: Open Universities Australia.

2.             Conole, G. and Pérez-Paredes (2017), An Analysis of Adult Language Learning in Informal Settings and the Role of Mobile Learning, in Perspectives on Rethinking and Reforming Education, Shengquan Yu et al: Mobile and Uniquitous Learning, New York: Springer

3.             Conole, G. (2016), The 7Cs of Learning Design, in J. Dalziel (Ed.), Learning Design – state of the art of the field, London: Routledge.

4.             Conole, G. (2016), Theoretical underpinnings of Learning Design, in J. Dalziel (Ed.), Learning Design – state of the art of the field, London: Routledge.

5.             Dalziel, J., Conole, G., Wills, S., Walker, S., Bennett, S., Dobozy, Cameron, L., Badilesco-Buga, E. and Bower, M.,  (2016), The Larnaca Declaration on Learning Design – 2013

6.             Dalziel, J., Wills, S., Conole, G., Walker, S., Bennett, S., Dobozy, E., Cameron, L., Badilescu-Buga, E., Bower, M. and Pegler, C. (2016), Learning Design: Where Do We Go From Here? London: Routledge.

7.             Conole, G. (2016), Promoting policy uptake for OER and MOOCs, in C. Haythorthwaite (ed.), E-learning research handbook, 2nd Edition, London: Sage.

8.             Conole, G. (2014), Reviewing the trajectories of e-learning, in Towards NEW Horizons of Higher Education, P. Sandeep (Ed.), India, Renowned publications.

9.             Conole, G. (2013), Innovative approaches to learning design – harnessing new technologies for learning, in For the Love of Learning, T. Bilham (Ed.) Victoria, Australia: Palgrave Macmillan.

10.          Conole, G. and Reedy, G. (2013), The global student experience an international and comparative analysis, in the international student experience, C. Kandiko and M. Wyers, (Eds.), London and New York: Routledge..

11.          Conole, G. (2012), The state of the art of the use of technology in distance education, in O. Zawacki-Richter and T. Anderson (Eds), Online Distance Learning – Towards a Research Agenda, Athabasca, Athabasca University Press, available online at http://www.aupress.ca/index.php/books/120233.

12.          Conole, G. (2012), A technology intervention framework for promoting OER: lessons from the OPAL initiative, in Open Educational Resources and change in Higher Education: reflections from practice, J. Glennie, K. Harley, N. Butcher, and T. van Wyk (Eds), Commonwealth of Learning/UNESCO publication, available online at http://www.col.org/PublicationDocuments/pub_PS_OER_web.pdf

13.          Conole, G. (2012), The pedagogies of personal learning environments, in L Castenada (Ed). Personal Learning Environments.

14.          Conole, G. (2013), Tools and resources to guide practice, in R. Sharpe and H. Beetham (Eds), Rethinking pedagogy in a digital age, 2nd Edition, London: Routledge Falmer.

15.          Conole, G.  (2013). Blues Skies Thinking for Design and Open Educational Resources. In: T. Hourigan, L. Murray and E. Riordan (Eds), Quality Issues in ICT Integration: Third Level Disciplines and Learning Contexts. UK, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 12-27.

16.          Kubiak, C., Cameron, S., Conole, G., Fenton-O-Creevy, Mylrea, P., Rees, E. and Shreeve, A. (2014), Multimembership indentity, in Landscapes of practice: boundaries, identities knowledgeability in practice-based learning, E. Wenger-Treyner, M. Fenton OCreevy, S. Hutchison, C. Kubiak, and B. Wenger-Treyner (Eds), 64 – 80,  London: Routledge.

17.          Conole, G. (2012), Learning in an open world, in R. Brooks, A. Fuller and J. Waters (Eds), Changing Spaces of Education: New Perspectives on the Nature of Learning, London: Routledge

18.          Conole, G. (2012), Current trends, future trajectories, in J. Jameson and S. Knight (Eds), E-learning reader.

19.          Conole, G. (2012), Revisiting e-learning: the hype and the reality, The e-Learning Reader, by Sara de Freitas and Jill Jameson (Eds.)

20.          Conole, G., McAndrew, P. and Dimitriadis, Y. (2011), ‘The role of CSCL pedagogical patterns as mediating artefacts for repurposing Open Educational Resources’, in F. Pozzi and D. Persico (Eds), Techniques for Fostering Collaboration in Online Learning Communities: Theoretical and Practical

21.          De Freitas, S. and Conole. G. (2010), Learners experiences: how pervasive and integrative tools influence expectations of study, in R. Sharpe and H. Beetham (Eds), Rethinking learning for a digital age, 15-30, RoutledgeFalmer: London.

22.          Sharpe, R., Beetham, H., De Freitas, S. and Conole. G. (2010), An introduction to rethinking learning for a digital age, in R. Sharpe and H. Beetham (Eds), Rethinking learning for a digital age, 1-12, RoutledgeFalmer: London.

23.          Conole, G. and McAndrew, P. (2010), A new approach to supporting the design and use of OER: Harnessing the power of web 2.0, M. Edner and M. Schiefner (eds), Looking toward the future of technology enhanced education: ubiquitous learning and the digital nature.

24.          Conole, G., Brown, R., Papaefthimiou, M., Alberts, P., and Howell, C. (2010), Fostering connectivity and collaboration - the approach adopted by Cluster C of the HEA e-learning pathfinder projects, in: U. Ehlers and D. Schneckenberg (Eds.), Changing Cultures in Higher Education - Moving Ahead to Future Learning. A Handbook for Strategic Change. Heidelberg: Springer.

25.          Conole, G. and Jones, C. (2010), Sharing practice, problems and solutions for institutional change – comparing different forms of representation, in P. Goodyear and S. Retalis (Eds) Technology-enhanced learning: Design Patterns and Pattern Languages, Sense Publishers B.V: Rotterdam, The Netherlands.

26.          Conole, G. (2010), Stepping over the edge: the implications of new technologies for education, In M. J. W. Lee & C. McLoughlin (Eds.), Web 2.0-based e-learning: Applying social informatics for tertiary teaching. Hershey, PA: IGI Global.

27.          Conole, G. (2009), Personalisation through technology-enhanced learning, in J. O’Donaghue (ed), Technology Supported Environment for Personalized Learning: Methods and Case Studies, Hershey, PA: Information Science Publishing.

28.          Walton, T., Weller, M. and Conole, G. (2009), Sociallearn, in A. Tait, M. Vidal, U. Bernath and A. Szucs (eds), Distance and E-learning in Transition: Learning Innovation, Technology and Social Challenges, John Wiley and Sons: London. http://www.eden-online.org/online/book/

29.          Conole, G. (2009), ‘Capturing and representing practice’, in A. Tait, M. Vidal, U. Bernath and A. Szucs (eds), Distance and E-learning in Transition: Learning Innovation, Technology and Social Challenges, John Wiley and Sons: London.

30.          Conole, G. (2009), Research methodological issues with researching the learner voice, in Handbook of Research on New Media Literacy at the K-12 Level: issues and challenges, L. T. W. Hin and R. Subramaniam (Eds), IGI Global: Hershey, PA

31.          Rees, P., Mackay, L., Martin, D., Conole, G. and Davis, H. (2009), Developing e-learning in Geography, chapter in a forthcoming book - ‘E-Learning for Geographers’, P. Rees, L Mackay, H. Durham and D. Martin (eds). IGI Global: Hershey, PA

32.          Kerawalla, L., Minocha, S., Kirkup, G. and Conole, G. (2009), in S. Warburton and S. Hatzipanagos (Eds), Social Software and Developing Community Ontologies. IGI Global, Hershey: PA.

33.          Conole, G. (2008), ‘Using Compendium as a tool to support the design of learning activities’, Chapter Ten, in A. Okada, S. Buckingham Shum and T. Sherborne (Eds) Knowledge cartography – software tools and mapping techniques, London: Springer

34.          Conole, G. (2008) ‘Capturing practice: the role of mediating artefacts in learning design’, in Handbook of Research on Learning Design and Learning Objects: Issues, Applications and Technologies, in L. Lockyer, S. Bennett, S. Agostinho, and B Harper (Eds), 187-207, Hersey PA: IGI Global.

35.          Fill, K., Bailey, C. and Conole, G. (2008), A toolkit to guide the design of effective learning activities, in  ‘E-Learning for Geographers’, P. Rees, L Mackay, H. Durham and D. Martin (eds). IGI Global: Hershey, PA

36.          Conole, G. (2007), ‘Relationship between policy and practice – the gap between rhetoric and reality’, in The Sage Handbook of e-Learning Research, E-learning Research Handbook, pp 286-310, R. Andrews and C. Haythornthwaite (eds), London: Sage

37.          Conole, G. and Dyke, M. (2007), ‘Complexity and interconnection: steering e-learning developments from commodification towards ‘co-modification’’, in H. Spencer-Oatley pp 233-248 (Ed), eLearning in China: eChina Perspectives on Policy, Pedagogy and Innovation, RoutledgeFalmer. 

38.          Conole, G. (2007), ‘Describing learning activities: tools and resources to guide practice’ in H. Beetham and R. Sharpe (Eds), Rethinking pedagogy for a digital age, pp. 81-91.

39.          Conole, G., Smith, J. and White, S. (2007), ‘A critique of the impact of policy and funding on practice’, in G. Conole and M. Oliver (eds), Contemporary perspectives in e-learning research: themes, methods and impact on practice’, part of the Open and Distance Learning Series, F. Lockwood, (ed), RoutledgeFalmer.

40.          Conole, G., White, S. and Oliver, M. (2007), ‘The impact of e-learning on organisational roles and structures’, in G. Conole and M. Oliver (eds), Contemporary perspectives in e-learning research: themes, methods and impact on practice’, part of the Open and Distance Learning Series, F. Lockwood, (ed), RoutledgeFalmer.

41.          Conole, G. and Oliver, M. (2007), ‘Introduction’, in G. Conole and M. Oliver (eds), Contemporary perspectives in e-learning research: themes, methods and impact on practice’, part of the Open and Distance Learning Series, F. Lockwood, (ed), RoutledgeFalmer.

42.          Oliver, M. and Conole, G. (2007), ‘Conclusions and reflections on the field’, in G. Conole and M. Oliver (eds), Contemporary perspectives in e-learning research: themes, methods and impact on practice’, part of the Open and Distance Learning Series, F. Lockwood, (ed), RoutledgeFalmer.

43.          Dyke, M., Conole, G., Ravenscroft, A. and de Freitas, S. (2007), ‘Learning theories and their application to e-learning’, in G. Conole and M. Oliver (ed), Contemporary perspectives in e-learning research: themes, methods and impact on practice’, part of the Open and Distance Learning Series, F. Lockwood, (ed), RoutledgeFalmer.

44.          Conole, G., Oliver, M., Falconer, I., Littlejohn, A. and Harvey, J. (2007), ‘Designing for learning’, in G. Conole and M. Oliver (ed), Contemporary perspectives in e-learning research: themes, methods and impact on practice’, part of the Open and Distance Learning Series, F. Lockwood, (ed), RoutledgeFalmer.

45.          Sclater, N., Conole, G., Warburton, W. and Harvey, J. (2007), ‘E-Assessment’, in G. Conole and M. Oliver (ed), Contemporary perspectives in e-learning research: themes, methods and impact on practice’, part of the Open and Distance Learning Series, F. Lockwood, (ed), RoutledgeFalmer.

46.          Oliver, M., Jones, A., Harvey, J. and Conole, G. (2007), ‘Evaluation’, in G. Conole and M. Oliver (ed), Contemporary perspectives in e-learning research: themes, methods and impact on practice’, part of the Open and Distance Learning Series, F. Lockwood, (ed), RoutledgeFalmer.

47.          Conole, G. (2006), ‘What impact are technologies having and how are they changing practice?’, I. McNay (ed), Beyond Mass Higher Education: Building on Experience, The Society for Research into Higher Education, Open University Press/ McGraw-Hill Education, 81-95.

48.          Conole, G. (2004), ‘Research questions and methodological issues’, in From Individual Enthusiasm to Institutional Implementation: A Review of Learning Technology in Post Compulsory Education , Seale, J. (ed), Swets and Zeitlinger, NL.

49.          Conole, GC, Evans, J, and Simms, E. (2003), ‘Use and reuse of Images for learning and teaching’, in ‘Reuse of Educational Resources for Networked Learning’, A. Littlejohn (ed), Routledge.

50.          Oliver, M. and Conole, G. (2002), ‘Planning and understanding change: toolkits for course design and evaluation’,  In Academic and Educational Development: Research, Evaluation and Changing Practice in Higher Education, SEDA Research Series, ed. by Macdonald,R. Kogan Page, 62-75.

51.          Oliver,M, Conole, G. and Kewell,B., (1998), ‘An Overview of an Evaluation Toolkit for Learning Technology Use’. In Proceedings of the IEE Colloquium, Exploiting Learning Technology: Issues for Learners and Educators, ed. by Dooner,M. Institute of Electronic Engineers, 1998

52.          Oliver,M and Conole, G., (1998), ‘Selecting a Methodology’. In LTDI Evaluation Cookbook, ed. by Jen Harvey. 1998. 12-13 ISBN 0-9528731-6-8 URL: http://www.icbl.hw.ac.uk/ltdi/cookbook/index.html

53.          Oliver,M and Conole, G., (1998), ‘The Evaluation of Learning Technology: an Overview’. In Innovation in the Evaluation of Learning Technology, ed. by Oliver,M. University of North London Press, 1998

54.          Conole, G. and Oliver, M., (1998), ‘A Pedagogical Toolkit - Thinking About C and IT Within the Curriculum.’. In LTDI Evaluation Cookbook, ed. by Jen Harvey. 1998.

Refereed journal publications

1.              Conole, G. (2017), Research through the generations: reflecting on the past, present and future (Junhong Xiao trans.), Distance Education in China, 12: 25-37.

1.              Conole, G. (2017), Research through the generations: reflecting on the past, present and future, Irish Journal of Technology Enhanced Learning. [Also translated into Chinese for the Distance Education in China Journal, Junhong Xia (Ed.)

2.              Conole, G. and Pérez-Paredes, P. (20170), Adult language learning in informal settings and the role of mobile learning, Mobile and Ubiquitous Learning - An International Handbook, New York: Springer.

3.              Conole, G. (2016), Designing effective MOOCs, Educational Multimedia International, Volume 54, Issue 4, 239 – 252.

4.              Conole, G. (2014), A new classification schema for MOOCs, International Journal for Innovation and Quality, 2, 3, Special issue on Quality in MOOCs, available online at http://papers.efquel.org/index.php/innoqual/article/view/164/44

5.              Schreurs, B., Van den Beemt, A., Prinsen, F., Witthaus, Conole, G. and de Laat, M. (2014), An investigation into social learning activities by practitioners in open educational practices, The International Review of Research on Open and Distance Learning, 15, 4, available online at http://www.irrodl.org/index.php/irrodl/article/view/1905.

6.              Conole, G. (2014), Design and evaluation of e-learning in Higher Education, Special Issue of Distance Education in China, F. Junhong (Ed.), 8. In Chinese.

7.              Conole, G. (2013), Social exclusion or inclusion – implications of social and participatory media on education, DeHub paper.

8.              Galley, R., Conole, G. and Alevizou, P. (2012), Community Indicators: A framework for building and evaluating community activity on Cloudworks, Interactive Learning Environments. 

9.              Conole, E., Galley, R. and Alevizou, P. (2011), Frameworks for understanding the nature of interactions, networking and community in a social networking site for academic practice, IRRODL, Vol 12, No. 3, 119-138.

10.           Scanlon, E. and Conole, G. (submitted), Mediating artefacts as a means of fostering and supporting interdisciplinary knowledge, JCAL.

11.           Conole, G., Scanlon, E., Littleton, K., Kerawall, L. and Mulholland, P. (2010), Personal Inquiry (PI): innovations in participatory design and models for inquiry learning, Educational Media International, in press.

12.           Conole, G., Galley, R. and Culver, J. (2010), Frameworks for understanding the nature of interactions, networking and community in a social networking site for academic practice, The International Review of Research in Open and Distance Learning.

13.           Conole, G. (2010), Facilitating new forms of discourse for learning and teaching: harnessing the power of Web 2.0 practices, Open Learning, Vol.25, No. 2, June 2010, 141-151.

14.           Conole, G. (2010), Bridging the gap between policy and practice: a framework for technological intervention, Journal of e-learning and knowledge society, vol. 6, no.1, February 2010, 13-27.

15.           Conole, G. and Culver, J. (2010) ‘The design of Cloudworks: applying social networking practice to foster the exchange of learning and teaching ideas and designs’ Computers and Education, 54(3): 679 - 692.

16.           Conole and Culver (2009), Cloudworks: social networking for learning design,  Australian Journal of Educational Technology, 25(5), pp. 763–782, http://www.ascilite.org.au/ajet/ajet25/conole.html.

17.           Conole, G., Brasher, A., Cross, S., Weller, M., Clark, P. and White, J. (2008), Visualising learning design to foster and support good practice and creativity, Educational Media International, Volume 54, Issue 3, 177-194.

18.           Hall, M., Cuttini, M., Flemmer, A., Greisen, G., Marlow N., Schulze, A., Smith, S., Vallis-i-Soler, A., Truffert, P., Conole, G. and De Laat, M. (2009), European Online Postgraduate Educational Programme in Neonatology – the way forward?, European Journal of Pediatrics, 168, (4), 449-456.

19.           Conole, G., De Laat, M., Dillon, T. and Darby, J. (2008), ‘Disruptive technologies’, ‘pedagogical innovation’: What’s new? Findings from an in-depth study of students’ use and perception of technology’, Computers and Education, Volume 50, Issue 2, February 2008, Pages 511-524.

20.           Conole, G. (2008), The student perspective: the ever-changing landscape of technology use, ReCALL, Volume 20, Issue 2, 124-140.

21.           Conole, G. and Weller, M. (2008), Using learning design as a framework for supporting the design and reuse of OER, Special issue of JIME on Open Education Resources, available online at http://jime.open.ac.uk/2008/05/jime-2008-05.pdf

22.           Kerawalia, L., Minocha, S., Kirkup, G. and Conole, G. (2008), ‘Characterising the different blogging behaviours of students on an online distance learning course’, Learning Media Technology, 33:1, 21-23.

23.           Kerawalla, L., Minocha, S., Kirkup, G. and Conole, G. (2009), A framework for blogging in Higher Education. Journal of Computer Assisted Learning special issue on Web 2.0 technologies, available online at http://www.blackwell-synergy.com/doi/abs/10.1111/j.1365-2729.2008.00286.x.

24.           Bailey, C., Fill, K., Zalfan. M.T., Davis.H.C., Conole, G. and Olivier, B. (2006), ‘Panning for Gold: Designing Pedagogically-inspired Learning Nuggets’, Educational Technology and Society - Special Issue (January 2006), Theme: Learning Design

25.           Conole, G., Carusi, A., de Laat, M., Wilcox, P. And Darby, J. (2006), ‘Learning from the UKeU experience’, in D. McConnell (Ed), Special issue of Studies of Continuing Education.

26.           Conole, G. and Warburton, B. (2005), ‘A review of computer-assisted assessment’, ALT-J, 13.1, 19-33

27.           Conole, G. (2005), ‘E-Learning: The Hype and the Reality’, Journal of Interactive Multimedia Education, http://www-jime.open.ac.uk/2004/12/conole-2004-12-t.html, 2004 (12)

28.           Conole, G. and Fill, K. (2005), ‘A learning design toolkit to create pedagogically effective learning activities’, Journal of Interactive Multimedia Education, Special issue on learning design, Tattersall, C. (ed).

29.           Oliver, M. and Conole, G. (2004), ‘Evidence-based practice and E-Learning in Higher Education: Can We and Should We?’, Special issue on evidence-based practice, Evidence-based practice in HE journal.

30.           Conole, G. and Dyke, M. (2004), ‘Response to Boyle and Cook review of Affordances paper’, ALT-J, 13.1.

31.           Conole, G. and Dyke, M., (2004), ‘What are the inherent affordances of Information and Communication Technologies?’, ALT-J, 12.2, 113-124.

32.           Conole, G., Dyke, M., Oliver, M. and Seale, J. (2004), ‘Mapping pedagogy and tools for effective learning design’, Computers and Education. Volume 43, Issues 1-2, August-September 2004, Pages 17-33

33.           Oliver, M. and Conole, G. (2003), ‘Evidence-based practice and e-learning in Higher Education: can we and should we?’, Special issue on evidence-based practice.

34.           Conole, G., (2002), “The evolving landscape of learning technology research”, ALT-J 10(3), 4-18.

35.           Conole, G. and Oliver,M, (2002), ‘Embedding Theory into Learning Technology Practice with Toolkits, Journal of Interactive Media in Education, Special issue on learning technology theory’, Open University, 2002(8), http://www-jime.open.ac.uk/

36.           Conole, G. (2002), ‘Systematising learning and research information’, Journal of Interactive Multimedia in Education, Open University. Open University, 2002(7), JIME special issue on learning technology theory, URL: http://www-jime.open.ac.uk/

37.           Oliver, M., McBean, J., Conole, G. and Harvey, J., (2002), ‘Using a Toolkit to Support the Evaluation of Learning’, Journal of Computer Assisted Learning, 199-208.

38.           Conole, G., Hall, M. and Smith, S., (2002), ‘An evaluation of an online course for medical practitioners’, Special issue, theme: Evaluation of Learning Technologies in Higher Education, Education, Technology and Society, http://ifets.gmd.de/periodical/vol_3_2002/v_3_2002.html

39.           Conole, G. and Oliver, M., (2002), ‘Assessing and enhancing quality using toolkits’, Quality Assurance in Education. 8.1 MCB University Press, Bradford, 2000. 32-37

40.           Oliver, M., Harvey, J. and Conole, G.,(2002),  ‘A Review of Online Resources to Support Evaluation’, Educational Developments

41.           Conole, G., Crewe, ET, Oliver, M and Harvey, J. (2001), ‘A Toolkit for Supporting Evaluation’. ALT-J. Volume 9(1)

42.           Belcher, M., Place, E.J. and Conole, G., (2000), ‘Quality assurance in subject gateways: creating high quality portals on the Internet’, Quality Assurance in Education. Volume 8, Number 1

43.           Conole, G. and Oliver, M., (1998), ‘A pedagogical framework for embedding C and IT into the curriculum’, ALT-J. 6,2. 4-16

44.           Oliver, M. and Conole, G., (1998), ‘Evaluating communication and information technologies: a toolkit for practitioners’, Active Learning. 8. 3-8

45.           Conole, G., Moss, K., Gladwin, R., Walker, S. and Drury, A., (1996), ‘Implementing CAL: Success Stories from Chemistry’, Active Learning. 5 Computers in Teaching Initiative, http://www.ilt.ac.uk/resources/publications/al_archive/issue5/drury.pdf

46.           Conole, G., King,JD, Mays,MJ, Pateman,GE, Raithby,PR, Solan,GA and McPartlin,M (2001) Isomerisation and Fragmentation of Sulfur-containing Organometallacycles on Dicobalt Centres Induced by Phosphorus Donor Ligands. J. Chem. Soc., Dalton Trans.. 202-210

47.           Conole, G., King,JD, Mays,MJ, Mo, Chi Yu, Raithby,PR, Rennie,MA, Solan,GA and Adatia,T (2000) Regiospecificity in Reactions of Alkynes and Phosphines with the Phosphido-bridged Iron-cobalt Complex [(OC)4Fe(µ-PPh2)Co(CO)3]. Journal of Organometallic Chemistry. Volume 601(2). 271-283

48.           Choi,N, Conole, G., King,JD, Mays,MJ, McPartlin,M and Stone,CL (2000)Reactions of Diarsines with Bi- and Tri-metallic Carbonyl Complexes Containing Cobalt. J. Chem. Soc., Dalton Trans.. 395-405

49.           King,JD, Mays,MJ, Pateman,GE, Raithby,PR, Rennie,MA, Solan,GA, Choi,N, Conole, G. and McPartlin,M (1999)The Formation and Transformation of Metallocycles Containing Phosphorus or Sulphur on Molybdenum- or Tungsten-cobalt Mixed-metal Backbones. J. Chem. Soc., Dalton Trans.. 4447-4456

50.           Conole, G., Davis,JE, King,JD, Mays,MJ, McPartlin,M, Powell,HR and Raithby,PR (1999) Reactions of Thioarsines with Metal Carbonyls; Synthesis and Structural Characterisation of Fe2(CO)6(ì-AsMe2)(ì-SPh)], [Fe2cp2(CO)2(ì-AsMe2)(ì-SPh)] [Mn2(CO)8(ì-AsMe2)(ì-SPh)] and [Co3(CO)6(ì-AsPh2)(ì3-S)AsPh3]. J. Organomet. Chem. 595 (1). 141-149

51.           Adams,KV, Choi,N, Conole, G., Davies,JE, King,JD, Mays,MJ, McPartlin,M and Raithby,PR (1999) Synthesis, Reactivity and Structural Characterisation of Some Heterometallic Complexes Containing Naked Arsenic Ligands. J. Chem. Soc., Dalton Trans.. 3679-3686

52.           Choi,N, Conole, G., Kessler,M, King,JD, Mays,MJ, McPartlin,M, Pateman,GE and Solan,GA (1999) Synthesis of Sulphido-capped Triiron Cluster with Bridging Phosphido Ligands and its Reactions with Alkynes, Phosphites and Phosphines. J. Chem. Soc., Dalton Trans.. 3941-3948

53.           Bennett,SMW, Brown,SM, Conole, G., Dennis,MR, Fraser,PK, Radojevic,S, McPartlin,M, Topping,SM and Woodward,S (1999) Catalytic Conjugate Addition Promoted by the Copper(I)-Monothiobinaphthol System, Part III. Comparison of Three Thiolate-based Catalytic Systems. J. Chm. Soc., Perkin Trans. Volume 1. 3127-3132

54.           Hodson,AGW and Conole, G. (1998) Preparation, Mechanism, and Structural Study of Group 6 Transition Metal 2-Substituted 3-Butadienyl Complexes: Crystal Structure of  [WCl(CO)2{3-CH2C(COSBun)C=CH2}(1,10-phenanthroline)]. Organometallics, American Chemical Society. 17 (24). 5347-5352

55.           Conole, G., Kessler,M, Mays,MJ, Pateman,GE and Solan,GA (1998) Labile SR_C(O)CRCH-bridged Dicobalt Complexes; Synthesis, Structures and 13CO Labelling Studies. Polyhedron 17 (17). 17 (17). 2993-3000

56.           Conole, G., Kessler,M, Mays,MJ, Pateman,GE and Solan,GA (1997) Sulfur-phosporu Bond Cleavage and Sulfur-carbon Bond Formation at Organo-dicobalt Centres J. Chem. Soc., Dalton Trans..Conole, G., Kessler,M, Mays,MJ, Pateman,GE and Solan,GA (1997) Labile SR’C(O)CRCH-Bridged Dicobalt Complex; Synthesis, Structures and 13CO Labelling Studies. J. Chem. Soc., Dalton Trans.

57.           Conole, G., Johnson,BFG, Lewis,J, Pearsall,NA, McParlin,M and Braga,D (1997) Synthesis and Crystal Structures of HOs6(CO)16(C5H3(R)N (R=H, CH3): Dynamic Equilibrium Between Isomeric Clusters. Organometallics..

58.           Conole, G., Adatia,T, Drake,SR, Johnson,BFG, Lewis,J, Kessler,M and McPartlin,M (1997) Synthesis and Characterisation of a Hexanuclear Ruthenium Diphosphine Cluster  Ru6C(CO)15{Ph2P(CH2)nPPh2}] [n=1 to 4]Crystal Structures where n=1-3. J. Chem. Soc., Dalton Trans.. 669-673

59.           Conole, G., McPartlin,M, Lunniss,JA, Johnson,BFG, Lewis,J and Braga,D (1996) An Unusual Heptanuclear Osmium Cluster; x-ray Structural Analysis of Os7(CO)16(MeCCMe)3. J. Chem. Soc., Chem. Commun.

60.           Conole, G., McPartlin,M, Lewis,J, Johnson,BFG, Adatia,T, Drake,SR and Kessler,M (1996) Synthesis and Characterisation of the Hexanuclear Ruthenium Phosphine Clusters [Ru6C(CO)15{æ 2- Ph2P(CH2)nPPh2}] [n = 1 - 4]; Reactions of the Derivative [Ru6C(CO)16{ 1-Ph2P(CH2)4PPh2}] and x-ray Structure Analyses of the Clusters [Ru6C(CO)15{æ 2-Ph2P(CH2)nPPh2}] [n = 1, 2, or 3]. J. Chem. Soc., Dalton Trans..

61.           Conole, G., McPartlin,M, Lewis,J, Johnson,BFG, Bailey,PJ, Moule,A, Powell,HR and Wilkinson,DA (1995) Chemistry of the Carbido- and Nitrido-decaruthenium Cluster Anions [Ru10HC(CO)24]-, [Ru10C(CO)24]2- and [Ru10N(CO)24]-. J. Chem. Soc., Dalton Trans.. 741-751

62.           Conole, G., McPartlin,M, Lewis,J, Johnson,BFG, Lunniss,JA and Braga,DA (1995) An Unusual Heptanuclear Osmium Cluster; X-ray Structural Analyses of Os7(CO)16(MeCCMe)3. J. Chem. Soc., Chem. Commun..

63.           Conole, G., Whiting,A, Mears,RJ and de Silva,H (1995) The Mechanism of Directed Remote Asymetric Reduction of Carbonyl Groups via Homochiral Boronate Esters. J. Chem. Soc., Perkins Trans.. 1825-1836

64.           Conole, G., Whiting,A and Clough,A (1995) X-Ray Crystal Structure Analysis of Potassium Trifluorphenylborate Acta Cryst. (C). C51. 1056-1059

65.           Conole, G., Woodward,S, Kessler,K, Bennett,S, Brown,SM, Rowling,S and Sinn,E (1995) Structure and Mechanism in Aerobic Alkene Epoxidations Promoted by Ruthenium Complexes of bis-Dihydrooxazole Ligands. J. Chem. Soc., Dalton Trans.. 367-376

66.           Conole, G., Mays,MJ, Kessler,M, Mo,C. and Pateman,G (1995) Xray Structural Analysis of Series of Dinuclear and Trinuclear Compounds of Cobalt, Iron and Moy=lybdenum Containing Unusual Bridging Ligand Fragments. RSC/GDC 3rd International Conference Inorganic Chemistry, University of Sussex, 23-26th July

67.           Conole, G., McPartlin,M and Bligh,SW (1995) Teaching Techniques in Inorganic Chemistry Variety in Chemistry Proceedings, York. 1995.

68.           Conole, G., Shepherd,MK, Burnett,I and O’Donovan,G (1994) Preparation and X-ray Crystal Structure Analysis of 1,6-dinitrocycloheptatriene, J. Chem. Soc., Chem. Commun.. 1187

69.           Conole, G., Woodward,S, Kessler,M and Sykara,G A (1994) Case of Severe Steric Aggravation: the X-ray Structural Analysis of cis-Mo(CO)4(PCy3)2. Polyhedron Commun. 13. 2455-2458

70.           Conole, G., Green,M, Froom,SFT, Bamber,M and Deeth,RJ (1994) Reactions of Co-ordinated Ligands. Part 58. The Reaction of Dimolybdenum æ-Ã¥: 2-(4e) - vinylidene complexes with Proton Source and Diazomethane; Synthesis and Crystal Structure of the Mo2 Triple Bonded Cation [Mo2{æ,Ã¥:3-CH2C(Ph)CH2}(CO)3( 5-C5H5)2][CF3SO3]. J. Chem. Soc., Dalton Trans.. 3569-3579

71.           Conole, G., Shepherd,MK and O’Donovan,G (1994) X-ray Crystal Structure Analysis of 5-Bromo-12-phenyltetracene. Acta. Cryst. C50. 1992-1995

72.           Conole, G. and Shepherd,MK (1994) Mechanism of Nucleophilic Solvolysis of 1,2-dibromo-1,2-dihydrocyclopyridine; X-ray Crystal Structure Analysis of 1-Methyoxy-1,2-dihydrocyclobuta[b]pyridine methiodide J. Chem. Soc., Chem. Commun.. 2339-2340

73.           Conole, G., Mays,MJ, Raithby,PR, Kessler,M, Ingham,SL, Solan,GA and Sundavadra,BV (1994) Phosphorus-sulfur Bond Cleavage at a Mixed-metal Centre; Reaction of [(OC)3Co(æ-PhCCH)Mo(CO)2( 5- C5H5)] with PPh2(SPh). J. Chem. Soc., Dalton Trans.. 3607-3614

74.           Conole, G., Mays,MJ, Solan,A, Caffyn,AJM and Tiripicchio,A (1993) Synthesis of [Co2(æ-PPh2C3H4)(æ-PPh2)(CO)4]; its Reactions with P(OMe)3 and with Alkynes. J. Chem. Soc., Dalton Trans.. 2345-2351

75.           Conole, G., McPartlin,M, Mays,MJ and Duckworth,P (1992) The Synthesis of Dinuclear Molybdenum and Tungsten Complexes with the Bridging Heterodifunctional Ligand C5H4PPh2: X-Ray Crystal Structure of Mo2(æ-C5PPh2)(n5-C5H5)(CO)5. J. Organomet. Chem. 439. 327

76.           Conole, G., McPartlin,M, Mays,MJ, Powell,HR and Caffyn,AJM (1992) The Reaction of Diphenylphosphine, PPh2H, with an Alkyne-bridged Dicobalt Carbonyl Complex; The Synthesis Crystal Structure and Reactivity of the Complex [CO2{æ-C(CO2Me)=CHCO2Me}(æ-PPh2)(CO)4]. J. Organomet. Chem. 483. 83

77.           Conole, G., McPartlin,M, Lewis,J, Johnson,BFG and Gade,LH (1992) The Redox-Chemical Core Manipulation of [Os18Hg3C2(CO)42]2-; Synthesis and X-Ray Structure of the Cluster [Os18Hg2C2(CO)42]4-. J. Chem. Soc., Dalton Trans.. 3249

78.           Conole, G., McPartlin,M, Mays,MJ, Powell,HR, Caffyn,AJM, Solan,GA, Braga,D and Sabatino,P (1991) Reactions of P2H4 with Alkyne-bridged Dicobalt Carbonyl Complexes; Crystal Structures of [Co2{æ- C2(CO2Me)2}(æ-P2Ph4)(CO)4], Co2{æ-PPh2CHCPhC(O)}-{æ-PPh2)(CO)4], and [Co2{æ-PPh2C(O)CHCH}(æ-PPh2)(CO)3(PPh3)]. J. Chem. Soc., Dalton Trans.. 3103

79.           Conole, G. (1991) The Bonding Modes Adopted by Organo-fragments on Metal Cluster Surfaces Mater. Chem. Phys.Mater. Chem. Phys.Mater. Chem. Phys. 28. C2,

80.           Conole, G., McPartlin,M, Lewis,J, Johnson,BFG, Baillie,PJ, Moule,A and Wilkinson,DA (1991) The Synthesis of the First Decametal Nitrido Cluster; X-Ray Structure Analysis and 14N NMR Studies of [(Ph3P)2N][Ru10N(CO)24]. Angew. Chem., Int. Ed. Engl. 30. 1706

81.           Conole, G., McPartlin,M, Mays,MJ and Morris,MJ (1990) Chemistry of Phosphido-Bridged Dimolybdenum Complexes. Part 5: Synthesis and Protonation of a Phosphido-Bridged Dimolybdenum Complex Containing a Terminal Alkyne Ligand: X-ray Crystal Structures of [Mo2 (æ-PPh2)(CO)  -C2Me2)( -C5H5)2] and [Mo2(æ-CO)(æ-PPh2)(æ-Ph2PC(Me)CHMe}  -C5H5)2][BF4], J. Chem. Soc., Dalton Trans..  2359

82.           Conole, G., McPartlin,M, Mays,MJ, Henrick,K and Horton,AD (1990) Chemistry of Phosphido-Bridged Dimolybdenum Complexes. Part 6. The Insertion of Allene into Coordinated Vinyl and Allyl Ligands: X-ray Crystal Structures of [Mo(CH)(PMe)(CHC(CH)C(Me)CH)(CO)] and Mo(CH)(ChC(CH)C(Me)CH)(PMe)(CO)]. J. Chem. Soc., Dalton Trans., 2367

83.           McPartlin,M), Conole, G., Lewis,J, Johnson,BFG and Drake,SR (1990) Synthesis of a Series of Hexanuclear Ruthenium Carbido Cluster Alkynes Under Mild Conditions: X-ray Structure Analysis of the Complexes [Ru6C(CO)15(æ3- 2-PhCCH)], and [Ru6C(CO)15(æ3- 2-PhCCMe)]. J. Chem. Soc., Dalton Trans., 995

84.           Conole, G., McPartlin,M, Lewis,J, Johnson,BFG, Powell,HR and Anson,CE  (1990) Carbide Forming and Cluster Build-up Reactions in Ruthenium Carbonyl Cluster Chemistry. J. Organomet. Chem. 1990. 383-441

85.           Conole, G., McPartlin,M, Mays,MJ, Hill,KA and Morris,MJ (1989) Phosphorus-Carbon Bond Formation in Dimolybdenum Alkyne Complexes Induced by Oxidative Addition of Chlorodiphenylphosphine J. Chem. Soc., Chem. Commun., 688

86.           Conole, G., McPartlin,M, Green,M and Froom,SFT (1989) Mechanisms of Protonation of Side-on Bonded Vinylidene Complexes; Structural Evidence for the Formation of a Cationic Dimolybdenum Complex Containing an Asymmetrically Bridged Allyl Ligand. J. Chem. Soc., Chem. Commun., 92

87.           Conole, G., McPartlin,M, Lewis,J, Johnson,BFG, Powell,HR and Dutton,T (1989) Isomeric Clusters Differing Only in the Orientation of a Bidentate Ligand; Synthesis and X-ray Structure Analyses of Two Isomers of [HRu5C(CO)14(C5H4N)] J. Organomet. Chem.. C1, 379

88.           Conole, G., McPartlin,M, Anson,CE, Lewis,J, Johnson,BFG, Powell,HR and Bailey,PJ (1989) The First Isolation of an Intermediate in the Formation of a Hexaruthenium Carbido-Cluster from Reaction of [Ru3(CO)12]: X-ray Crystal Structures of [Ru6( 2-æ4-CO)2(CO)13( 6-C6H3Me3)] and [HRu6( 2-æ4- CO)(CO)13  7-æ2-C6H3Me3)] J. Chem. Soc., Chem. Commun. 442

89.           Conole, G., McPartlin,M, Green,M, Reeve,C and Woolhouse,CM (1988) Formation of Cationic Molybdenum 2-Vinyl Complexes; Structural Evidence for the Coupling of 2-Vinyl and Alkyne Ligands J. Chem. Soc., Chem. Commun.1310

90.           Conole, G., McPartlin,M, Mays,MJ, Horton,AH and Henrick,K (1988) Chemistry of the Phosphido-Bridged Dimolybdenum Complexes. Part 2: The Reaction of [B\CH]/sub>Mo(BC\C H)(BC\C>BCP Me2)(CO)] with Alkynes: X-ray Structure of [( CH)Mo(C\A\C\A\: C(Me)CHMe}(C\A\-PMe)(CO)] Nouv. J. Chim.. 12

Reports and articles

1.     Conole, G. and Brown, M. (2018), Good practice in In-Service Training, Dublin: Teagasc.

2.     Conole, G. (2018), Marketing Opportunities Overview – Horizon Section, Melbourne: Open University of Australia.

3.     Vosloo, S., Zelezny-Green, R. and Conole, G. (2018), Digital inclusion for low-skilled and low-literate users: a landscape review, Paris: UNESCO.

4.     Conole, G. (2017), Charles Sturt University: review of the Curriculum Mapping Initiatve – CourseSpace, Albury: Charles Sturt University.

5.     Conole, G. (2017). Teagasc In-Service Training Review, Dublin: Teagasc.

6.     Conole, G. (2016), Review of Bonk, C.J., Lee, M.M., Reeves, T.C. and Reynolds, T.H. (2015) MOOCs and open education around the world. New York: Routledge.

7.     Bird, T., Conole, G. and Padilla, B. (2014), Evaluation of the University of Leicester’s FutureLearn MOOCs, commissioned report, Leicester: University of Leicester.

8.     Conole, G. (2013), UNESCO review of ICT and general administration in educational institutions, part of the UNESCO policy briefings series.

9.     Conole, G. (2010), Review of pedagogical models and their use in e-learning, report for the HEFCE e-learning task force, available online at http://www.slideshare.net/grainne/pedagogical-models-and-their-use-in-elearning-20100304

10.  Conole, G, and Alevizou, P. (2010), A literature review of the use of Web 2.0 tools in Higher Education, HE Academy commissioned report,  http://www.heacademy.ac.uk/assets/EvidenceNet/Conole_Alevizou_2010.pdf

11.  Galley, R., Conole, G. and Alevizou, P. (2010), Case study: Using Cloudworks for an Open Literature Review, An HE Academy commissioned report.

12.  Alevizou, P., Conole, G. and Galley, R. (2010), Using Cloudworks to support OER activities, An HE Academy commissioned report.

13.  Article in Education Business Weekly, April 7 2010, on cloudworks

14.  Interview in Education Review, December 18th 2009, ‘E-learning approach with caution and enthusiasm, Wellington, New Zealand.

15.  Conole, G. (2010), Theory and methodology in networked learning, available online http://cloudworks.ac.uk/index.php/cloud/view/2881

16.  Conole, G. (2010), Review of pedagogical models and frameworks, report for the HEFCE e-learning task force, available online http://cloudworks.ac.uk/index.php/cloud/view/2982

17.  Conole, G. , Scanlon, E., Mundin, P. and Farrow, R. (2010), Technology enhanced learning as a site for interdisciplinary research, report for the TLRP TEL programme, April 2010.

18.  Conole, G., Ehlers, U., Mundin, P., Connelly, T. and Santos, A.I. (2010). Scope of desk research and case study identification, Deliverable 3.1, The OPAL project, 16th April 2010.

19.  Conole, G. and Alevizou, P. (2010), Review of the use(s) of Web 2.0 in Higher Education

20.  Conole, G. (2010), State of the art review of e-learning and learning design, deliverable for the Design-Practice project, available online http://cloudworks.ac.uk/index.php/cloud/view/2894

21.  Conole, G. and Oliver, R. (2010), International review of the SURF foundation Education Innovation Programme (1999 – 2006), review for the SURF foundation, March 2010.

22.  Conole, G. (2009), 700 words on e-learning…, Liaison magazine, issue 2, January 2009, 44-45.

23.  Conole, G. (2008), New schemas for mapping pedagogies and technologies, Ariadne article,  July 2008, http://www.ariadne.ac.uk/

24.  Conole, G. (2007), ‘Final report of the external evaluation of the JISC-funded TOIA e-assessment project’, JISC commissioned evaluation. June 2007.

25.  Conole, G. (2006), ‘Final report of the external evaluation of e-Bank project’, December 2006

26.  Conole, G. and De Laat, M. (2006), Final report of the external evaluation of the Neonatalogy Leonardo de Vinci online course, November 2006.

27.  Conole, G., de Laat, M., Dillon, T. and Darby, T. (2006), JISC LXP Student experiences of technologies – final report, JISC report, November 2006, online at http://www.jisc.ac.uk/whatwedo/programmes/elearning_pedagogy/elp_learneroutcomes. LXP project outputs: Project instruments developed, including the LXP online survey, available at http://www.geodata.soton.ac.uk/eLRC/learner_survey/, audio log and interview protocols, 86 online audio diaries, Excel spreadsheet of online survey results and 14 Interview transcripts

28.  Conole, G., Falconer, I., Jeffrey, A. and Littlejohn, A. (2006), LADIE – final project report, JJISC final report. LADIE project website and associated project outputs – see http://www.elframework.org/refmodels/ladie.

29.  Falconer, I. and Conole, G. (2006), LADIE gap analysis, report for the JISC-funded LADIE project, available online at http://www.elframework.org/refmodels/ladie/guides/LADiE%20Gap%20Analysis.doc [22/02/07]

30.  Conole, G., Darby, J., Carusi, A., De Laat, M. and Hilcox, P., (2005), UKeU overall report

31.  Conole, G., Littlejohn, A., Falconer, I. and Jeffrey, A. (2005), ‘Pedagogical review of learning activities and use cases’, JISC report on learning activities

32.  Conole, G. (2004), ‘Report on the effectiveness of tools for e-learning’, report for the JISC commissioned ‘Research Study on the Effectiveness of Resources, Tools and Support Services used by Practitioners in Designing and Delivering E-Learning Activities’

33.  Conole, G. (2005), ‘External evaluation of the Pass-IT project’, final report

34.  Cai, C., Conole, G., Dyke, M., Li, Z. and Timmis, S. (2005), ‘Evaluation report of Worldwide Universities Network (WUN) Consortium eChina Project’, final evaluation report.

35.  Conole, G. (2003), ‘Organisational issues’, in the Creating a Managed Learning Environment (or MLE) infoKit, available online from www.jiscinfonet.ac.uk.

36.  Conole, G (2002), ‘Review of JTAP projects – perspectives on learning and teaching’, Commissioned report for the TechLearn service of the JISC-funded Technologies Centre.

37.  Conole, GC,  (2002) ‘Feasibility study on e-learning’ for HESDA, March 2002

38.  Conole, G. (2001) Final report, External Evaluation of the Neonatal Training in Europe project, Leonardo da Vinci Southampton University, NHS Trust, Princess Anne Hospital. 2001. 73pp.

39.  Conole, G., Oliver,M and Harvey,J  (2000) An Evaluation Toolkit for Practitioners - Scoping Study. ILRT Internal Report, JISC JCALT 4_99 project, University of Bristol, 2000. ILRT, University of Bristol, 2000. 24pp. URL: F:\Projects\JCALT\Evaluation Toolkit\Scoping study\Scoping_Study_final.rtf

40.  Conole, G. and Ferguson,N  (2000) External Evaluation of the CoVETS Project - Final Report. CoVETS Project, Televersity, Suffolk College. 2000. 11pp.

41.  Conole, G. (2000) An Evaluation Toolkit for Practitioners - Final Report. ILRT Internal Report, JISC JCALT 4_99 project, University of Bristol, November 1999. ILRT, University of Bristol, 2000

Conference proceedings publications

1.     Conole, G. (2014), New digital literacy skills in a digital age, Edmedia Conference, Tampere, Finland, 24th June 2014.

2.     Conole, G., Bird, T., Padilla, B. (2014), Evaluating MOOCs – what is really happening?, EDEN conference, Zagreb, Croatia, 11th June 2014.

3.     Conole, G. (2012), Design Practice: evaluating a new approach to learning design, Networked Learning conference, Maastricht, April 2012.

4.     Richter, T. and Conole, G. (2011), E-learning education for everyone? Special requirements on learners in Internet-based learning environments, Edmedia conference, Lisbon, 27th June – 1st July 2011.

5.     Richter, T. and Conole, G. (2011), Open Educational Practices, EDEN conference, Dublin, 20th – 22nd June 2011. 

6.     Conole, G. (2011), Learning analytics to foster good pedagogy, Discussant, Learning Analytics Seminar, CAL 2011 conference, Manchester, 14th April 2011.

7.     Clough, G., Conole, G. and Scanlon, E. (2011), Using social technologies to support interdisciplinary collaboration – the experience of the xDelia project, CAL 2011 conference, Manchester, 15th April, 2011.

8.     Ehlers, U., Cain, A., Conole, G., Carneiro, R., Holmberg, C., Kretschner, T., Kugemann, W. and Wheeler, S. (2010), Moving ahead to learning for all: from Open Educational Resources to Open Educational Practices, Online Educa Workshop, 1st December 2010, Berlin.

9.     Vrasidas, C., Conole, G. and Retalis, S. (2010), Useable Representations of Learning Design for Educators and Instructional Designers, Online Educa Workshop, 1st December 2010, Berlin.

10.  Galley, R., Conole, G., Daziel, J. and Ghiglione, E. (2010), Cloudworks as a ‘pedagogical wrapper’ for LAMS sequences: supporting the sharing of ideas across professional boundaries and facilitating collaborative design, evaluation and critical reflection, European LAMS and Learning Design Conference, 15-16th July 2010, Oxford.

11.  Scanlon, E., Kerawalla, L., Twiner, A., Mulholland, P., Collins, T., Jones, A., Gaved, M., Littleton, K., Blake, C. and Conole, G. (2010), Personal inquiry: scripting support for inquiry learning by participatory design, 9th International Conference on Computer Based Learning in Science, 4-7th July 2010, Warsaw, Poland.

12.  Conole, G. (2010), Redefining designing for learning: dialogic and explicit learning design, part of a symposium ‘Design perspectives for learning with social media: Reconciling informal and formal learning through Web 2.0?, A. Ravenscroft, S. Warburton and S. Hztzipanagos (Eds), Edmedia Conference, Toronto, 29th June – 2nd July, 2010.

13.  Conole, G. Ehlers, U., Mundin, P., Santos, A.I., Connelly, T., Richter, T. , Koskinen, T., Kairamo, A., Nozes, J. and Carneiro, R., Quality and innovation in Open Educational Practice, workshop and full paper, EDEN conference, Valencia, 9-11th June, 2010.

14.  Conole, G., Cross, S., Galley, R., Culver, J., Brasher, A., Mundin, P. and Clark, P. (2010), The Open University learning design initiative – new approaches to supporting the design of learning, full paper, EDEN conference, Valencia, 9-11th June, 2010.

15.  Conole, G. (2010), An overview of design representations, paper in a symposium - Conole, G. and Retalis, S. (2010), Symposium organisers  - Current challenges in learning design and pedagogical patterns research, Networked Learning Conference, Aalborg, Denmark, 3rd – 4th May 2010.

16.  Alevizou, P., Conole, G., Culver, J. and Galley, R. (2010), Ritual performances and collective intelligence: theoretical frameworks for analysing emerging activity patterns in Cloudworks, paper in a symposium - Conole, G. and Retalis, S. (2010), Symposium organisers  - Current challenges in learning design and pedagogical patterns research, Networked Learning Conference, Aalborg, Denmark, 3rd – 4th May 2010.

17.  Clough, G., Conole, G. and Scanlon, E. (2010), Using Participatory Evaluation to Support Collaboration in an Inter-Disciplinary Context, Networked Learning Conference, Aalborg, Denmark, 3rd – 4th May 2010.

18.  Ehlers, U. and Conole, G. (2010), Open Educational Practices – unleashing the power of OER, panel session – ‘taking OER beyond the OER community – policy and capacity, OER workshop for Quality Assurance Agencies, Windhoek, Namibia, 3rd May 2010

19.  Scanlon, E. and Conole, G. (2010), Personal Inquiry and Interdisciplinary Challenges: Methodological and theoretical frameworks for learning technologies research, part of a symposium ‘Knowledge, transformation, design and technology, R. Noss (chair), AERA conference, Denver, 30thApril – 4th May 2010.

20.  Dimitriadis, Y., McAndrew, P., Conole, G. and Makriyannis, E. (2009), New design approaches to repurposing Open Educational Resources for collaborative learning using mediating artefacts, ASCILITE 2009 conference, Auckland, December 2009.

21.  Scanlon, E., Conole, G., Littleton, K., Gaved, M., Twiner, A., Collins, T. and

Brasher, A., Conole, G. and McAndrew, P. (2009), Modeling CSCL activities using CompendiumLD, CSCL conference, Rhodes, Greece, June 2009.

22.  Mulholland, P., (2009), Personal Inquiry (PI): Innovations in participatory design and models for inquiry learning, part of a TLRP TEL symposium, R. Noss (ed), Innovations in design and methodology in technology-enhanced learning: findings from the TLRP Technology Enhanced Learning programme, Symposium at AERA, San Diego, April 09.

23.  Scanlon, E. and Conole, G. (2009), Collaborative learning in formal and informal settings: handhelds, conferences and simulations, presentation as part of a symposium, Shareable technologies, tangibles or mobile devices: which is best for collaborative learning?, Chair: Y. Rogers, at CAL 2009, Brighton, March 2009.

24.  Conole, G., Culver, J., Brasher, A., Cross, S., and Clark, P. (2009), Using technology as a catalyst for making a difference to practice, paper at CAL 09, Brighton, March 2009.

25.  Brasher, A., Conole, G., Cross, S., Clark, P. and Culver, J. (2009), CompendiumLD, poster at CAL 09, Brighton,

26.  Conole, G., Culver, J., Well, M., Williams, P., Cross, S., Clark, P. and Brasher, A. (accepted), Cloudworks: social networking for learning design, Ascilite Conference, 30th Nov – 3rd Dec 2008, Melbourne.

27.  Conole, G., Brasher, A., Culver, J., Cross, S., Clark, P. and Weller, M. (2008), Learning design workshop: new approaches to visualising, guiding and sharing designs, Ascilite conference half day workshop, 30th November 2008.

28.  Conole, G. (2008), An update on Cloudworks – social networking for design, LAMS conference, Sydney, 5th December

29.  Cross, S., Conole, G., Clark, P., Brasher, A. and Weller, M. (2008), Mapping a landscape of Learning Design: identifying key trends in current practice at the Open University, LAMS conference, 25th july, 2008, Cadiz, Spain

30.  Brasher, A., Conole, G., Cross, S., Clark, P., Brasher, A. and Weller, M. (2008), CompendiumLD – a tool for effective, efficient and creative learning design, LAMS conference, 25th july, 2008, Cadiz, Spain

31.  Conole, G., Brasher, A., Cross, S., Weller, M., Nixon, S., Clark, P. and Pettit, J. (2008), A new methodology for learning design, Edmedia Conference, July 2008, Vienna

32.  Conole, G., Scanlon, E., , C., Mullholland, P., Anastopulou, S. and Blake, C., (2008), From design to narrative: the development of inquiry-based learning models, 2065-2074, Edmedia Conference, July 2008, Vienna

33.  Conole, G. (Symposium leader) (2008), Variations on themes: four universities explore strategies that generate evidence-informed embedding of e-learning in their local context, Edmedia Conference, July 2008, Vienna

34.  Conole, G., Brasher, A., Cross, S., Weller, M., White, J., and Clark, P. (2008), A new methodology for learning design, Eden Conference workshop, June 2008, Lisbon.

35.  Walton, A., Weller, M., and Conole, G. (2008), Social:Learn – Widening participation and the sustainability of higher education, Eden Conference workshop, June 2008, Lisbon.

36.  De Laat, M., and Conole, G (2008), Patterns of students’ use of networked learning technologies, Networked learning conference, Greece, May, 2008

37.  Thorpe, M., Conole, G. and Edmunds, R. (2008), Learners’ experiences of blended learning environments in a practice context, Networked learning conference, Greece, May, 2008

38.  Conole, G., Cross, S., Brasher, A., Weller, M., Nixon S., and Clark, P. (2008), A learning design methodology to foster and support creativity in design, Networked learning conference, Greece, May, 2008

39.  Conole, G. (2007), ‘Distilling lessons from across different types of e-learning interventions’, paper submitted to Exchanging Experiences in Technology Enhanced Learning - WWWrong: What Went Wrong? What Went Right? Conference, Crete, October 2007.

40.  Conole, G. and Weller, M. (2007), ‘Using learning design as a framework for supporting the design and reuse of OER’, paper accepted for the Ist OpenLearn Conference, The Open University, October, 2007.

41.  Kerawalla, L., Minocha, S., Conole, G., Kirkup, G., Shanks, M. and Sclater, N. (2007), ‘Exploring students’ understanding of how blogs and blogging can support distance learning in Higher Education’, paper accepted for the research proceedings for ALT-C 2007, September, Nottingham, pp. 169-178.

42.  Conole, G., de Laat, M., Dillon, T. and Darby, J. (2007), ‘A study of students’ experiences of technologies’, EARLI 2007 conference, September, Budapest.

43.  Conole, G. and Weller, M. (2007), ‘The OU Learning Design project’, paper presented at the 2nd LAMS International Conference, July 2007, Greenwich.

44.  Conole, G., Thorpe, M., Weller, M., Wilson, P., Nixon, S. and Grace, P.  (2007), ‘Capturing practice and scaffolding learning design’ EDEN conference 2007, June, Naples.

45.  Conole, G., De Laat, M., Dillon, and Darby, J. (2007), Disruptive technologies’, ‘pedagogical innovation’: What’s new? Findings from an in-depth study of students’ use and perception of technology, paper in the proceedings of the CAL 2007 conference, 26th-28th March, Dublin.

46.  Conole, G., De Laat, M., Darby, J. and Dillon, T. (2006), ‘An in-depth case study of students’ experiences of e-Learning – how is learning changing?’, ASCILITE, Sydney, December 2006

47.  Jones, C. and Conole, G. (2006), Who will own the new VLE? - Sharing practice problems and alternative solutions, ASCILITE Conference, Sydney, Australia, December 2006.

48.  Dyke, M., Conole, G., Li, Z., Cai, C. and Timmis, S. (2006), Findings from the evaluation of the eChina initiative, Networked learning conference paper presentation, Lancaster, April. 2006

49.  Conole, G. (2006), Mediating forms of representation, Networked Learning Conference, Lancaster, April 2006.

50.  Falconer, I., Conole, G., Littlejohn, A. and Jeffery, A. (2006), Mediating between services and learning activities, Networked Learning Conference, Lancaster, April 2006

51.  Conole, G., Falconer, I, Jeffrey, A. and Littlejohn, A. (2006), Use cases as a means of capturing e-assessment practices and identifying appropriate web services, CAA Conference, Loughborough, 5th June 2006.

52.  Conole, G., De Laat, M., Darby, J. and Dillon, T. (2006), ‘In-depth case study of students’ use of technology to support assessment, CAA conference, Loughborough, 5th July 2006

53.  Conole, G., Carusi, A. and De Latt, M. (2005), Learning from the UEU experience, Paper represented at the ICE Conference, Higham

54.  Conole, G., Carusi, A., De Laat, M. (2005), ‘Learning from the UKeU experience’, CAL conference, Bristol, 5th April, 2005.

55.  Conole, G., Fill, K. and Bailey, C. (2005), ‘A Learning design toolkit for creating effective learning activities’, Paper presentation at Edmedia, Montreal, 27th June – 2nd July, 2005.

56.  Conole, G., Miles-Board, T., Bailey, C., Carr, L., Gee, Q., Grange, S., Hall, W., Power, G., Woukeu, A. and Wills, G. (2005), ‘Toolkits for a dynamic review journal’, Paper presentation at Edmedia, Montreal, 27th June – 2nd July, 2005

57.  Conole, G. and Sclater, N. (2005), ‘Using evaluation to inform the evaluation of a user-focused assessment engine’, Paper presentation at the 12th CAA conference, Loughborough, 5th July, 2005

58.  Conole, G., (2005), ‘Evaluation of the Scottish Pass-IT assessment project’, Paper presentation at the 12th CAA conference, Loughborough, 5th July, 2005

59.  Conole, G. (2004), ‘Taking account of organisational context in the development of managed learning environments’, accepted for AERA 2004, Santa Barbara, USA.

60.  Armitage, S., Conole, G. and Jones, C., (2004), ‘Managing the majority’, 4th International Networked Learning Conference, Lancaster, April, 2004

61.  Conole, G., Jones, C., Steeples, C., Oliver, M., Isroff, K., Alsop, G., Thompsett, C., (2004), ‘Addressing methodological issues in elearning research’, 4th International Networked Learning Conference, Lancaster, April, 2004.

62.  Conole, G. (2004), ‘Taking account of organisational context in the development of managed learning environments’, American Educational Research Association Conference, 12-16th April, 2004, San Diego

63.  Wills, G., Woukeu, A., Bailey, C., Carr, L., Conole, G., Hall, W. and Grange, S. (2004), ‘Ontologically driven learning agreements, Edmedia conference, Lugano

64.  Fill, K. and Conole, G. (2004), ‘Designing a learning activity toolkit’, Edmedia, paper presentation, Lugano, Switzerland, 22-26th June 2004

65.  Oliver, R., Reeves, T., Conole, G.  (2004), ‘Learning objects who is using them’, panel session, Edmedia, Lugano, Switzerland, 22-26th June 2004

66.  Conole, G. (2004), ‘A learning activity design toolkit’, invited talk, Edmedia, Lugano, Switzerland, 22-26th June 2004

67.  Conole, G., Jones, C., Steeples, C., Oliver, M., Isroff, K., Alsop, G., Thompsett, C., (2004), ‘Addressing methodological issues in elearning research’, submitted to Networked Learning Conference, Lancaster, April, 2004

68.  Armitage, S., Conole, G. and Jones, C., (2004), ‘Managing the majority’, submitted to Networked Learning Conference, Lancaster, April, 2004

69.  Woukeu, A., Wills, G., Conole, G., Carr, L., Kampa, S., Hall, W. (2003), ‘Ontological Hypermedia in Education: A framework for building    web-based educational portals’, Edmedia 2003, Hawaii

70.  Conole, G., Wills, G., Carr, L., Vadcard, L.,, Hall, W. and Grange, S. (2003), ‘Building a virtual university for orthopaedics’, Edmedia 2003, Hawaii

71.  Conole, G., Ingraham, B., and Cook, J., (2003), Learning technology as a community of practice?, research paper, ALT-C 2003 Communities of Practice Conference, Sheffield

72.  Conole, G. and Kennedy, D., (2003), Understanding images: cognitive enrichment  through effective use of images, research paper,  ALT-C 2003 Communities of Practice Conference, Sheffield

73.  Oliver, M., Conole, GC, Cook, J. and Ravenscroft, A. and Currier, S. (2002), “Multiple perspectives and theoretical dialogue in learning technology”, paper presented at ASCILITE 2003, Auckland, 909-918.

74.  Bull, J., Conole, G., White, S., Davis, H. Sclater, N. and Danson, M., “Rethinking assessment through learning technologies” , Paper presented at ASCILITE 2003, Auckland, December 2002, 75-86.

75.  Conole, GC, Smith, T., Franklin, T., (2002), “A review of the Technologies Application Programme – Perspectives on teaching and learning”, Paper presented at ASCILITE 2003, Auckland, December 2002, 107-118.

76.  Conole, GC, Hall, M. and Smith, S. (2002), ‘Enabling communication for practitioners across Europe’, International Conference on Computers in Education, IEEE Computer Society, Auckland, New Zealand, December 2002, 659-660, ISBN 0-7695-1509-6.

77.  Conole, GC, Evans, J. and Simms, E. (2002), ‘Towards an understanding of the use of digital images in teaching and learning’, International Conference on Computers in Education, IEEE Computer Society, Auckland, New Zealand, December 2002, 978-981, ISBN 0-7695-1509-6

78.  Conole, GC, Oliver, M., Cook, J., Ravenscroft, A., Alsop, G., Tompsett, C. (2002), “Perspectives on learning technology research”, Panel presentation at Ideas in Cyberspace Symposium, Higham Hall, Lake District, 30th October – 1st November 2002, http://mcdept.qmuc.ac.uk/ice/papers.htm.

79.  Conole, GC and Bull, J. (2002), ‘CAA as a catalyst for changing learning?’ full research paper at ALT-C 2002, September, Sunderland.

80.  Conole, GC, Hall, M, and Smith, S. (2002), ‘Professional practice online - learning without borders’ full research  paper for ALT-C 2002, September, Sunderland,

81.  Conole, GC, Sharp, K., and Beharrel, A. (2002), ‘A jigsaw of tools to model and enrich learning?’, WWW2002 Hawaii conference 7-10 May 2002.

82.  Conole, GC, (2002), ‘Application national politics: linking strategy with local developments’, 3rd International Conference on Networked Learning, 26-28 March 2002, Sheffield

83.  Conole, G., Browning,P, Belcher,M, and O’Leary,RL, (2001), VIOLET - A Virtual Integrated On-Line Environment for Teaching? Online Educa, Berlin, 28-30 November 2001. 2001.

84.  Cook,J, Oliver,M and Conole, G., (2001), Using Educational Dialogues to Design Systems for Learning. EdMedia 2001, Tampere, Finland, 25-30 June. Session No. 672 2001., www.aace.org/conf/edmedia

85.  Conole, G. , (2001), Mapping Information Needs ICALT 2001 - IEEE International Conference on Advanced Learning technologies, issues, achievements and challenges, Madison, Wisconsin, 6-8 August USA. IEEE, 2001. 345-348, http://lttf.ieee.org/icalt2001

86.  Conole, G. and Oliver,M. (2001), Decision-making resources for embedding theory into practice ICALT 2001, IEEE International Conference on Advanced Learning Technologies- issues, acheivements and challenges, Madison, Wisconsin, 6-8 August USA. IEEE, 2001. 327-328 ISBN 0-7695-1013-2 , http://lttf.ieee.org/icalt2001/

87.  Beetham,HA and Conole, G., (2001), Modelling aspects of institutional developments: culture, infrastructure, expertise Improving Student Learning Using Learning Technologies  Conference, Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh, 9-11 September. 2001

88.  Conole, G., Oliver,M and Harvey,J., (2000), An Integrated Approach to Evaluating Learning Technologies. International Workshop on Advanced Learning Technologies. IEEE Computer Society Press, 2000. 117-120

89.  Conole, G., Crewe,ET, Oliver,M and Harvey,J. (2000), Toolkits as an Approach to Evaluating and Using Learning Materials. Learning to Choose, Choosing to Learn, ASCILITE 2000. Southern Cross University Press, 2000. 445-454

90.  Butland,GE, Conole, G., O’Leary,RL, Jones,S and Cook,J, (2000), The Evolution of Learning Technology in UK Higher Education: The Bristol solution ASCILITE 2000. 2000. 435-444

91.  Conole, G., O’Leary,RL, Butland,GE, Bayne,SE and Cook,JHA, (2000), Information and Communication Technologies: Issues for Learning and Teaching. Learning to Choose, Choosing to Learn. Southern Cross University Press, 2000. 627-636

92.  Conole, G., O’Leary,RL, Bayne,S, Cook,JHA and Butland,GE, (2000), Information and Communications Technologies: Issues for Learning and Teaching ASCILITE 2000. 2000. 627-636

93.  Place,EJ, Conole, G. and Sharp,KJ, (2000), A Virtual Training Suite to Enhance the Value of Internet Resources. International Workshop on Advanced Learning Technologies. IEEE Computer Society Press, 2000. 231-234

94.  Place,EJ, Conole, G. and Sharp,KJ A, (2000), ‘Virtual Training Suite’ for the UK’s Resource Discovery Network: Enhancing the Value of Internet Resources for Learners and Teachers. Learning to Choose, Choosing to Learn, ASCILITE 2000. Southern Cross University Press, 2000. 231-240

95.  Sharp,KJ, Conole, G. and Beharrell,AJ, (2000), Biz/ed Virtual Worlds: Models to Enrich the Learning Experience. Learning to Choose, Choosing to Learn, ASCILITE 2000. Southern Cross University Press, 2000. 581-593

96.  Oliver,M and Conole, (1998), G. An Evaluative Framework for Information Technology. BITE – Bringing Information Technology to Education: Integration, Information and Communication Technology. Kluwer press, 1998. 210-217

97.  Conole, G., Mays,MJ, Kessler,M, Raithby,PR, Ingham,S, Solan,GA and Sundavadra,BV (1994), Application of a New Approach to Ligand Naming to Dinuclear Cobalt-milybdenum Compounds Containing Heteronuclear Ligand Fragments. XVIth International Conference Organometallic Chemistry, University of Sussex, 10-15th July 1994. 1994.

98.  Conole, G., McPartlin,M, Lewis,J, Johnson,BFG, Powell,HR and Bailey,PJ  (1989) Structural Pathways to Very High Nuclearity Ruthenium Clusters XXVII International Conference on Coordination Chemistry, Broadbeach, Queensland, Australia, 1989. M34 1989.

99.  Conole, G., McPartlin,M and Powell,HR (1989), Structures of High Nuclearity Ruthenium Clusters Annual Symposium of the Canadian Chemical Society, Vancouver, Canada, 1989. 1989.

100.                 Evans, J.M, Youngs,KJ and Conole, G. (2001) FILTER: Focusing Images for Learning and Teaching - an Enriched Resource. Meeting at the Crossroads, Proceedings of the ASCILITE 2001 Conference. 2001.

Invited keynotes

1.       Conole, G. (2018), TEL discourses: community and connectedness, KTH royal institute of technology, Stockholm, Sweden, 9th January.

2.       Conole, G. (2017), Perspectives on Learning Design, Aarhus University, Denmark, 6th December.

3.       Conole, G. (2017), Designing for social learning, social learning conference, Sydney, 27-28th November

4.       Conole, G. (2017), Digital literacies and design practices in an age of supercomplexity, TEL 2017 conference, NUS, Singapore, 22nd November.

5.       Conole, G. (2017), Surveying the digital landscape, eStars conference, Moscow, 10-12th October

6.       Conole, G. (2017), Technology Enhanced Learning – a conversation, 4th August, Malaysian Multimedia University, Kuala Lumpur

7.       Conole, G. (2017), 21st Century Learning and Teaching, iTEACH Symposium and Workshop, 2nd August, Malaysian Multimedia University, Kuala Lumpur.

8.       Conole, G. (2017), Open learning developments in the next five years, Future of EdTech conference, London, 14th June 2017.

9.       Conole, G, (2017), The future of learning: addressing supercomplexity and harnessing technologies, invited keynote, EdTech Conference, 1st June, Sligo, Ireland.

10.    Conole, G. (2017), Current trends and the future of smart learning, invited keynote, Education and Global Cities: Smart Learning for world universities, 19th May St. Petersburg, Russia.

11.    Conole, G. (2017), Online education, invited keynote, Education and Global Cities: Smart Learning for world universities, 20th May St. Petersburg, Russia.

12.    Conole, G. (2017), Adapting more Open Practices for learning, teaching and research, invited keynote, Les Rendez-Vous de l’enseignement: innovar dans l’enseignement universitaire grace aux ressources libres, 11th May 2017, University of Geneva.

13.    Conole, G. (2016), Research through the generations: reflecting on the past, present and future, Invited Keynote, The next generation: digital learning research symposium, 1st November 2016, Dublin City University.

14.    Conole, G. (2016), The landscape of digital practices, invited keynote, The future of learning critical perspectives on Higher Education in a digital age, 22nd June 2016, University of Central Lancashire.

15.    Conole, G. (2016), E-pedagogies, seminar presentation, 2nd Politeknik Brunei Internatioanl Symposium, 30th May 2016, Brunei.

16.    Conole, G. (2016), Innovating Pedagogies, seminar presentation, 2nd Politeknik Brunei Internatioanl Symposium, 30th May 2016, Brunei.

17.    Conole, G. (2016), Innovating Teaching Practices for Driving better Student Outcomes, panel presentation, 2nd Politeknik Brunei Internatioanl Symposium, 28th May 2016, Brunei.

18.    Conole, G. (2016), Reviewing the landscape of open practices, online Webinar, SURF organization, Netherlands, 19th February 2016

19.    Conole, G. (2016), Designing classrooms of the future, keynote, EFMD Conference for Deans and Directors General, Budapest, 26th January 2016

20.    Conole, G. (2015), Slow and fast learning with contemporary digital technologies, Keynote, AECT conference, Indianapolis, 4th November 2015

21.    Conole, G. (2015), Expertise for the future – harnessing the power of digital technologies, keynote, Shaping the future of food safety, together conference, Milan, 15th October.

22.    Conole, G. (2015) The open academic: what does open practice mean for the practitioner, Webinar, October 2015.

23.    Conole, G. (2015), Openness and social learning through digital technologies, keynote, Santiago, 22nd July 2015.

24.    Conole, G. (2015), Critical thinking and creativity in a digital age, Creativity conference, Bath, 22nd June 2015.

25.    Conole, G. (2015), Digital literacies and digital identities – Technology-Enabled Cross Boundary Education, Keynote, Internationalization, cross-border education and e-learning conference, Nicosia, 4th June 2015.

26.    Conole, G. (2015), Social media and open practices, keynote, SIRikt conference, Slovenia, 28th May 2015

27.    Conole, G. (2015), Traversing the digital landscape: trends and innovations, LINQ Conference, Brussels, 12th May 2015

28.    Conole, G. (2015), Designing for quality and enhanced learner experience, Manchester Distance Learning Network conference, 22nd January 2015.

29.    Conole, G. (2014), Emergent technologies and the concept of disruptive innovation, Elene2learn conference, 10th October 2014, Barcelona, Spain.

30.    Conole, G. (2014), E-pedagogies, social media and open practices, keynote, 1st October 2014, Innovations in Teaching Seminar, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore.

31.    Conole, G. (2014), Sociability, open practices and Learning Design, keynote, 29th September 2014, Innovations in Teaching Seminar, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore.

32.    Conole, G. (2014), OPAL and POERUP: Initiatives and policies for OER uptake, 16th September 2014, ET2020 working group on digital and online learning, European Commission, Brussels.

33.    Conole, G. (2014), La revisión de las trayectorias de e-learning, 11th September 2014, online talk to Ibiza, in Spanish.

34.    Conole, G. (2014), Open practices, Learning Design and digital technologies, 15th Medical Library Conference, Uppsala University, Sweden, 21st August 2014.

35.    Conole, G. (2014), Disruptive innovation and the emergence of the PLE+, 5th International PLE conference, Kuala Lumpur, UNITAR International University, 27th August 2014.

36.    Conole, G. (2014), Disruptive education – flipped classrooms, openness, e-pedagogies and design, The flipped classroom, facilitating the transition to blended learning, Athlone Institute of Technology, Ireland, 16th June 2014.

37.    Conole, G. (2014), The future of ICT-based cross-border education, COHAB seminar programme, Denmark, 3rd June 2014.

38.    Conole, G. (2014), Crossing boundaries – spaces, places and contexts of learning, 6th NordLAC conference, University of Iceland, Reykjavik, Iceland, 19th May 2014.

39.    Conole, G. (2014), La revisión de las trayectorias de e-learning, University of Murcia, 21st February 2014.

40.    Conole, G. (2014), New open practices: the implications of OER and MOOCs for traditional institutions, ESRC Breaking Boundaries Series, Oxford University, 20th February 2014.

41.    Conole, G. (2013), Digital landscapes in a new age, Guest lecture at KTH for the Social Media Course, Sweden, 16th December 2013.

42.    Conole, G. (2013), Navigating the digital landscape, eLearning Netzwerktag, Goethe Universität, Frankfurt, Germany, 9th December 2013.

43.    Conole, G. (2013), Trajectories of e-learning, C@N-DO conference, University of Northampton, 5th December 2013.

44.    Conole, G. (2013), Trajectories of e-learning, HELTASA conference, UNISA, Johannesburg, South Africa, 28th November 2013.

45.    Conole, G. (2013), Disruptive technologies and the opening up of Education, PVC forum, London, 14th November 2013.

46.    Conole, G. (2013), Issues and trends in technology and design in ODL, Anadolu University, Eskisehir, Turkey, 8th November 2013.

47.    Conole, G. (2013), Navigating the digital landscape, a pick and mix keynote covering seven topics, given at: Massey University – Palmerston North, Open Polytechnic – Lower Hutt, Dunedin, Shar-E-fest – Hamilton, Auckland University, Northtec Symposium, Otago Polytechnic, AUT Auckland, and Waiariki, between 7th – 18th October 2013.

48.    Conole, G. (2013), We-learning – harnessing the power of social and participatory media, 63rd ICEM conference, Singapore, 4th October 2013.

49.    Conole, G. (2013), Disruptive learning: fostering creativity and innovation through disruptive technologies, 2nd Mobilearn Asia conference, Singapore, 3rd October 2013.

50.    Conole, G. (2013), Disruptive what? Shifting to ‘we-learning, 63rd ICEM conference, plenary session, Singapore, 2nd October 2013.

51.    Conole, G. (2013), Disruptive technologies: the future of education, ETUCE Workshop – ICT and early school leaving, Athens, Greece, 20th September 2013.

52.    Conole, G. (2013), Navigating digital landscapes to foster creativity and innovation, Creating Knowledge Conference, Lund University, 15th August 2013.

53.    Conole. G. (2013), Opening up education, DesefiE Conference, Maceio, Brazil, 23rd July 2013.

54.    Conole, G. (2013), Learning journeys and learner voices – promoting innovative pedagogies through new technologies, ICT EDU Conference, Thurles, Limerick Institute of Technology, Ireland, 11th May 2013.

55.    Conole, G. (2013), Trajectories of e-learning, 3rd International Conference on Quality Assurance in Post-Seconday Education, University of Dammam, Saudi Arabia, 28th April 2013.

56.    Conole, G. (2013), Digital Identity and presence in the social milieu, 11th April 2013, PELeCON conference, Plymouth.

57.    Conole, G. (2013), Harnessing new media, pedagogical innovation and new approaches to design, 25th January 2013, E-Learning Symposium, University of Southampton.

58.    Conole, G. (2013), What is innovative teaching?, 23rd January 2013, Royal Holloway

59.    Conole, G. (2013), New ecologies and trajectories of learning, 15th January 2013, E-learning: teaching reconsidered conference, Athens.

60.    Conole, G. (2012), Opening content, keynote, 11th November 2012, Opening up education through technologies, Conference of European ministers of education, Oslo.

61.    Conole, G. (2012), From Moodle to MOOCs – the need for new approaches to designing for learning, Keynote Webinar, 22nd November 2012, MoodelMoot conference, Uruguay.

62.    Conole, G. (2012), Digital literacies for a changing learning context, 6th November 2012, Keynote, CSDU conference, Charles Sturt University, Wagga Wagga, Australia.

63.    Conole, G. (2012), Teaching as design science: innovations with pedagogies and technologies, 22nd October 2012, Keynote, 7th Annual EDEN workshop, Leuven.

64.    Conole, G. (2012), E-Learning in Higher Education, 19th October 2012, Keynote, New technologies and education for multilingualism, European Parliament, Brussels.

65.    Conole, G. (2012), New ecologies and trajectories of learning, 1st October 2012, Keynote, InSuEdu conference, Thessalonika, Greece.

66.    Conole, G. (2012), Design thinking: learning design and creativity, 28th September 2012, Keynote, 62nd ICEM conference, Nicosia, Cyprus.

67.    Conole, G. (2012), Innovation and creativity through new media, 14th September 2012, Keynote, University of Huddersfield,

68.    Conole, G. (2012), Digital media: tools for excellent teaching, 12th September 2012, Keynote, Gesekkschaft für Medien in der Wissenschaft e. V.,Vienna, Austria.

69.    Conole, G. (2012), The POERUP project, Keynote, EFQUEL Innovation Forum Granada, Spain 5th – 7th September  2012.

70.    Conole, G. (2012), New approaches to designing for learning, 6th September 2012, Keynote Webinar, Designs on e-learning conference.

71.    Conole, G. (2012), The VLE versus PLE debate, 13th July 2012, Keynote, PLE conference, Aveiro, Portugal.

72.    Conole, G. (2012), New digital ecologies of learning, Salamander, 11-13th July 2012.

73.    Conole, G. (2012), Fostering open, social and participatory practices, 5th July, Keynote, University of Sunderland.

74.    Conole, G. (2012), The evolving landscape of TEL
critiquing e-pedagogies, 19th June 2012, University of Portsmouth.

75.    Conole, G. (2012), Harnessing the power of new media for learning, teaching and research, 23rd May 2012, Keynote, TEL summer school, Estoril, Portugal.

76.    Conole, G. (2012), Design-Based Research in TEL, 23rd May 2012, Keynote, TEL summer school, Estoril, Portugal.

77.    Conole, G. (2012), Social and participatory media and new digital literacies, 15th May 2012, Keynote, Dublin City University, Dublin.

78.    Conole, G. (2012), Openness in a digital landscape, 13th April, Keynote, University of Edinburgh.

79.    Conole, G. (2012), Contemporary perspectives in e-learning research, 21st March 2012, Keynote, University of Hertfordshire.

80.    Conole, G. (2012), New approaches to design: harnessing the potential of social and participatory media, 14th March 2012, Keynote, EdgeX conference, New Delhi, India.

81.    Conole, G. (2012), Transformation through new e-pedagogies – the future of learning, 6th March 2012, Keynote, MoodleMoot, University of London.

82.    Conole, G. (2012), Examining the impact of e-learning on the traditional role of a university, 27-28th February 2012, keynote, E-Learning Summit, Sydney.

83.    Conole, G. (2012), Using the VLE as a Trojan horse – transforming practice through creative design, invited keynote, 12th Annual Blackboard conference, Durham, 5th January 2012.

84.    Conole, G. (2011), The interconnectedness of design and e-pedagogy, Central Queensland University Webinar, Sydney, 14th December 2011.

85.    Conole, G. (2011), Designing for social and participatory media, invited keynote, LAMS and learning design conference, Sydney, 9th December 2011.

86.    Conole, G. (2011), Pandora’s box: the implications of social and participatory media, invited keynote, SVEA conference, Brussels, 23rd November 2011.

87.    Conole, G. (2011), Learning trajectories – the future of learning, invited keynote, European Conference on E-learning, University of Brighton, Brighton, 11th November 2011.

88.    Conole, G. (2011), Learning innovations through social and participatory media, invited keynote, E-learning for a changing world conference, Vilnius, Lithuania, 3rd November 2011.

89.    Conole, G. (2011), Learning in an open world, Online webinar, OSTRICH project, 26th October 2011.

90.    Conole, G. (2011), Invited keynotes, International Programme Committee of the 24th ICDE World Conference, 2nd – 5th October 2011, Bali, Indonesia.

91.    Conole, G. (2011), Rethinking design in a new context - innovative learning environments - visual thinking, visual learning, Nicosia, Cyprus, 24th September 2011.

92.    Conole, G. (2011), Promoting open educational practices through social and participatory media, invited keynote, IADIS conference, Rome, 22nd July 2011.

93.    Conole, G. (2011), Learning design: a new approach to designing effective learning interventions, Invited keynote, University of Worcester, 14th June 2011.

94.    Conole, G. (2011), Promoting open educational practices through social and participatory media, New dynamics of language learning spaces and places – intentions and opportunities, University of Jyvaskyla, Finland, 6th June 2011.

95.    Conole, G. (2011), The changing landscape of educational practices: openness and participation, Invited keynote, OER conference, Graz, Austria, 26th May 2011.

96.    Conole, G. (2011), Learning in an open world, The Open University, 19th May 2011.

97.    Conole, G. (2011), New pedagogies for social and participatory media, MoodleMootUK, University of London, 19th April 2011.

98.    Conole, G. (2011), Online communities and interactions: reflections on the use of new social and participatory media, FELS seminar, Open language forum, The Open University, 12th April 2011.

99.    Conole, G. (2011), Digital literacy skills for today’s participatory media: the role of creativity, Follow the sun conference, 13th April 2011.

100. Conole, G. (2011), Online communities and interactions – reflections on the use of social and participatory media, FELS seminar, the Open University, 12th April.

101. Conole, G. (2011), Digital literacy skills for today’s participatory culture: the role of creativity, Follow the Sun conference,  13th April 2011.

102. Conole, G. (2011), Exploring the potential of new, open, social and participatory media to support learning, teaching and research, Estonian e-learning conference, Tartu, Estonia, 7th April 2011. 

103. Conole, G. (2011), Harnessing technologies to foster creativity, Creativity Workshop, Aarhus, Denmark, 30th March 2011.

104. Conole, G. (2011), New forms of communication and collaboration using social media, FELS seminar, The Open University, 8th March 2011.

105. Conole, G. (2011), Open Scholarship in the age of digital competition, University of Queensland, Brisbane, 21st February 2011.

106. Conole, G. (2011), Invited keynote, DEHub and the Open and Distance Learning Association of Australia, Summit, February 2011, Sydney. 

107. Conole, G. (2010), Addressing the digital learning challenge, invited keynote, Design and Learning conference, Brussels, 25-26th November 2010, http://cloudworks.ac.uk/cloud/view/4866/

108. Conole, G. (2010), The changing landscape of educational practice, Invited keynote, Annual NADE- conference, ”Future learning spaces”, Horten, Norway, 18/11/2010, http://cloudworks.ac.uk/cloud/view/4844.

109. Conole, G. (2010), Connecting research with policy and practice, invited keynote, EDEN research workshop, Budapest, 25th October 2010.

110. McGreal, R., Conole, G., Paulsen, M., Sampson, D. and Olcott, D. (2010), Quality issues for Open Educational Resources, plenary panel, EDEN research workshop, Budapest, 26th October 2010.

111. Conole, G. (2010), Visioning for the future, harnessing the power of openness, E-learning expo, Athens, 2/10/2010.

112. Conole, G. (2010), The potential and paradoxes of new technologies and implications for education and its relationship to Web Citizenship, invited keynote, 2010 Aprenred conference, University of Guadalajara, Mexico, 5th-8th October 2010.

113. Conole, G. (2010), Invited keynote, Greek E-learning expo, Athens, 2-3rd October 2010.

114. Conole, G. (2010), What are the implications of new social and participatory media on assessment practices?, invited keynote, E-Assessment Scotland conference, Dundee, 3/9/2010.

115. Conole, G. (2010), Redefining openness, a vision for open practices, invited keynote, European Foundation for Quality in E-Learning, EFQUEL annual conference, Lisbon, 9/9/2010.

116. Conole, G. (2010), Predicting the future: fact or fantasy?, invited keynote, Future learning landscapes conference, Greenwich, 7/7/2010.

117. Conole, G. (2010), What Would Learning in an Open World Look Like? A Vision for the Future, Invited keynote, Edmedia conference, Toronto, 29th June – 2nd July 2010.

118. Conole, G. (2010), Invited keynote, ConnectEd Conference, Sydney, 28th June – 2nd July, 2010.

119. Conole, G. (2010), Invited keynote, Inaugural Graduate Student Conference - ‘What is good educational research?’, Dublin Institute of Technology, Dublin.

120. Conole, G. (2010), Shifting practice, changing cultures, invited keynote, Enhancement Academy, Progress Meeting 17th-18th May 2010, Northumbria University

121. Conole, G. (2010), Invited keynote, Webinar on social inclusion, web 2.0 and language education, Turku, Finland, 28th April, 2010.

122. Conole, G. (2010), Blue skies thinking – innovations in learning and teaching, Invited keynote, International Arab Conference of e-technology, ACeT2010 conference, Kuwait, 30th March – 2nd April, 2010

123. Conole, G. (2010), The learner and the learning environment: technologies, pedagogy and design, invited keynote, SLE Enhancement Academy, Marwell Zoo Hotel, 22nd-23rd March 2010.

124. Conole, G. (2010), A holistic approach to designing for learning: a vision for the future, invited talk and full paper, Annual International CODE Symposium, Ciba, Japan, 18th February 2010.

125. Conole, G. (2009), Embracing change – where might daring to think differently, Invited keynotes, Massey University, 10th, 11th and 14th December 2009

126. Conole, G. (2009) New digital spaces - pushing the boundaries into the unknown; trajectories of user behaviour in new frontiers, Invited keynote, Ascilite 2009, 8th December 2009, Auckland, New Zealand

127. Conole, G. (2009), Serendipity and fun as ingredients for transforming practice, Invited keynote, Learning Design conference, Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, 21st October 2009.

128. Conole, G. (2009), Harnessing learning design as a new approach to rethinking the curriculum, Invited presidential address, AECT conference, Kentucky, 27th October, 2009

129. Conole, G. (2009), Cambridge conference - Innovation through design: new approaches to learning and teaching, 24 September 2009.

130. Conole, G. (2009), Bridging the gap between policy and practice: a reflective review and looking forward to the future, VI Congresso Nazionale della SIe-L: E-learning, creatività ed innovazione, Salerno University, 17th September 2009.

131. Conole, G. (2009), Learning Design at the OU: Visualising, guiding and sharing designs, Invited keynote, LAMS conference, Milton Keynes, 7th July 2009.

132. Conole, G. (2009), Technology-enhanced research – musing the potential, Postgraduate researchers in Education (PRiE) conference, Liverpool John Moores University, 27th June

133. Conole, G. (2009), Personalisation through technology-enhanced learning, invited keynote at the E-Portfolio conference – Learning Forum London, City University, 24th June 2009.

134. Conole, G. (2009), Educational futures – exploring the impact of ICT, University of Exeter, Futures Seminar Series, 16th June 2009.

135. Conole, G. (2009), Student expectations of e-learning and Web 2.0, Invited Keynote, Victoria University, 26th May 2009.

136. Conole, G. (2009), Blues skies thinking for design and OER, Invited keynote, Limerick University, 11th May 2009.

137. Conole, G. (2009), Changing careers, changing identities, Invited keynote, North West Careers Conference, Lancaster University, 3rd April 2009.

138. Conole, G. (2009), OLnet: Open Learning Network – design, use and evaluation of OER, Invited keynote, 28th March, University of Cyprus, Cyprus

139. Conole, G. (2009), Students of tomorrow, here today, Invited keynote to Victoria University in Melbourne via Eluminate, ACODE network,18th March 2009.

140. Conole, G. (2009), Towards technology renaissance – new technology-enabled approaches for learning and teaching, Invited keynote, Leeds University, 6th Annual Learning and Teaching conference, 9th January, 2009

141. Conole, G. (2009), Rewarding excellence: balancing innovation, efficiency and excellent’, Rewarding excellent conference, University of Wolverhampton, 19th January 2009.

142. Conole, G. (2009), ‘Learning anywhere, anytime’ – is it finally possible? Invited Keynote, iLearning Forum conference, Paris, 20th January 2009.

143. Conole, G. (2008), Rethinking learning design – new approaches to innovating with technologies, invited keynote, Tech It Up! Teaching with technologies conference, 26th August, 2008, Thompson Rivers University, Canada, http://www.tru.ca/techitup/program.html

144. Conole, G. (2008), Creativity in learning design, Invited Keynote, 3rd International LAMS conference, 25th June, Cadiz, Spain.

145. Conole, G. (2008), The learner experience, invited keynote, 9th May, LEON 2008, http://moodle.ulcc.ac.uk/course/view.php?id=130

146. Conole, G. (2008), Disruptive technologies or new pedagogical opportunities?, invited keynote for the Eduserve conference, British Library, 8th May 2008

147. Conole, G. (2008), Changing perspectives in e-learning: scrutinizing the learner voice, 25th January, 2008 Invited Keynote, University of Zurich, Switzerland,

148. Conole, G. (2008), Changing student expectations: reflecting on students use of and experience of technologies, Invited keynote, University of Kingston, Information Systems and Services, 22nd January

149. Conole, G. (2008), The learner voice: reflecting on students use of and experience of technologies, Invited keynote, Dublin Institute of Technology, Annual Showcase of Learning and Teaching Innovation, 16th January, Dublin, Ireland

150. Conole, G. (2007), The learner voice: reflecting on students use of and experience of technologies, Invited keynote, UCISA Conference, De Vere, Southampton, 22nd November 2007

151. Conole, G. (2007), The student perspective: the ever changing landscape of technology use, EUROCALL 2007, 7th September, 2007, Coleraine, Video available online http://vsportal2007.googlepages.com/home

152. Conole, G. (2007), ‘The technology enabled university - implications for teaching and learning’, Education in a changing environment conference, 14th September, Manchester

153. Conole, G. (2007), ‘Design and the student experience: understanding students’ actual use of technology in the design process’, International Conferences on Learning and Teaching with Technology in Art Design and Communication, 13th September, 2007, University of the Arts, London.

154. Conole G. (2007), Making sense of today’s technology-enhance environment for learning, invited keynote, IADIS elearning conference, Lisbon, Portugal, 6th July 2007.

155. Conole, G. (2007), The student experience – how does it align with policy, invited keynote, EDEN conference, Naples, Italy, June 2007.

156. Conole, G. (2007), Tailoring support for the net generation, invited keynote, 2nd International Blended Learning conference, Hertfordshire, June 2007.

157. Conole, G. (2007), ‘Focusing on the student perspective: how are students really using technologies for learning’, Invited keynote, UMSLG / UHSL Open Forum: E-learning in Health and Medicine, London, May 2007. 

158. Conole, G. (2007), ‘New Horizons on the e-learning landscape’, invited keynote, University of Southampton, March 2007.

159. Conole, G. (2006), How can we predict for the unknown? Drawing out underlying trends from existing practice, Invited Keynote, Enhancing the educational environment conference, Queens University, 18th September 2006, Ulster

160. Conole, G. (2006), E-Learning: current perspectives and future directions, Invited Keynote, Deans and European Academic Network E-Learning – opportunities and challenges seminar Dublin Institute of Technology, 29th April 2006

161. Conole, G. (2006), Activity Based Learning: Making the Right Choices for Successful Learning Design, Invited keynote, Sixth Annual E-Learning Conference - Innovative Practice in eLearning: Engaging Learning through New Technologies, Trinity College Dublin, May 2006, Streaming video available at http://www.tcd.ie/CAPSL/clt/index.php?page=events

162. Conole, G. (2006), The impact of e-learning on organisations, individuals and the curriculum, Invited Keynote, CUC conference, Falmouth 6th April 2006

163. Conole, G. (2005), ‘Mediating artefacts to guide choice in creating and undertaking learning activities’, presentation at CALRG seminar, Open University, 1st November

164. Conole, G. (2005), ‘Designing for effective e-learning:  reviewing and reflecting on current e-learning research’, Inaugural professorial lecture, University of Southampton, 28th April

165. Conole, G. (2005), ‘Collaborative development and reuse’, Invited keynote, Eduserve foundation symposium, London, 27th April

166. Conole, G. (2005), ‘A learning design toolkit for fostering effective e-learning’, Invited keynote, NVU –Konferansen 2005, Kaltur for e-elearning, Norway, Levanger 15-16th March,

167. Conole, G. (2005), ‘Designing for flexible and effective e-learning’, Invited keynote, Teaching and learning conference, Reading University, 21st April

168. Conole, G. (2005), Invited keynote, E-Learning for All Conference, University of Ulster , January

169. Conole, G. (2004), ‘A toolkit for creating effective learning activities’, invited keynote, LTSN conference, Belfast, Ulster, 31st August.

170. Conole, G. (2004), ‘E-assessment as a catalyst for innovation’, invited keynote, Edinburgh University, 14th April, QAA series of workshops on assessment

171. Conole, G. (2004), ‘Colston symposium: new directions reflections on the key themes and critical questions’, invited keynote, Colston symposium, Bristol,  March

172. Conole, G. (2004), ‘Cultural change – from learners to managers’, invited keynote talk and paper, VLE’s beyond the fringe and into the mainstream, Online Ferl Conference

173. Conole, G. (2004), ‘The empire strikes back – organisational culture as a facilitor/inhibitor’, invited keynote and follow up JISC publication, JISC Infonet Conference, Where worlds collide, York

174. Conole, G. (2004), ‘Embedding and enhancing - a learning design toolkit for fostering effective practice in e-learning’ invited panel keynote, at the ‘Learning Here and Now 3: e is for embedding and enhancing’ conference, Oxford Brookes

175. Conole, G. (2003), ‘Time to grow up – discipline and methodological issues in learning technology research, Keynote, Shock of the old conference – designing and developing for the disciplines, Oxford University, 24th July.

176. Conole, G. (2003), ‘Learning technology standards in a networked learning society’, Invited keynote for the launch of the new CETIS Pedagogy Forum, 14th April 2003, Manchester Conference Centre

177. Conole, G. (2003), ‘Connecting e-learning and pedagogy – the search for the holy grail’, Invited keynote for the international joint UK/Dutch ALT/SURF conference, 10th April 2003, Amsterdam

178. Conole, G (2003), ‘Mapping the territory’, Information Literacy Skills conference, Birmingham, 30th March – 1 April.

179. Conole, G. (2003), ‘Current and emerging issues in e-learning’, Invited keynote for the School of Nursing, elearning fayre conference, 13th February 2003, University of Southampton

180. Blakstad, M., Conole, G., Garnett, F., Sparrowhawk A. and Buckley, D. (2003), Cyber Curricula: The Future of the UK e-Learning Market, London, 15th December.

181. Conole, G. (2002), ‘CAA as a catalyst for learning…’, Questionbanks and Answergardens Seminar, Beyond Pencil and Paper Seminar Series, Cambridge University,  21st November.

182. Conole, GC., (2002), ‘e-Learning activities and drivers’, Dublin University, Conference keynote at Trinity College,  17th September.

183. Conole, GC, (2002), Conference keynote ‘e-learning and future perspectives’, at Oxford Brookes University, 12 July.

184. Conole, GC, and Bull, J. (2002), ‘CAA evaluation – pebbles in the pond’, Conference keynote at the CAA conference in Loughborough, 9th July.

185. Conole, GC, (2002), “e-Learning and future perspectives”, Invited talk at Northumbria conference, 2nd July.

186. Conole, GC, (2002), ‘An overview of VLEs and implications for institutions’, Invited keynote at EdTech Conference in Carlow, Ireland, 16th-17th May.

187. Conole, GC (2002), ‘e-leaning implications for teaching and learning’, e-Learning Symposium, Faculty of Arts, University of Southampton, 29th April

188. Conole, GC, (2002), ‘An overview of VLEs and implications for institutions’, Institutional conference, 30th January 2002, Bath Spa University

189. Conole, G. (2001), Understanding the potential of VLEs Virtual Learning Environments, Expert Technology Seminar, BECTA, Coventry, 1st November

190. Conole, GC, (2001), ‘Putting learning technologies in context’, Institutional conference, 13th July, Bournemouth University

191. Conole, G. (2001), Drivers and Barriers to Utilising Information and Communication Technologies. Keynote Presentation and Paper, IEE Conference, Savoy Place, 4-5 January,  Volume 22 Institute of Electronic Engineers, 2-10

192. Conole, G. (1999) Supporting Institutional Change - the Role of Learning Technology, Keynote Presentation. CUBE99, CTI Biology Conference, University of Liverpool, 13-14th July.

Invited talks and workshops

1.     Conole, G. (2017), Learning Design Workshop, Aarhus, Denmark, 7th December.

2.     Conole, G. (2017), The 7Cs of Learning Design workshop, Mary Immaculate College, Limerick, 20th June.

3.     Conole, G. (2017), Current innovations, research and developments in TEL, Royal Surgeons College of Ireland, invited talk, 5th April 2017 Dublin

4.     Conole, G. (2017) The 7 Cs of Learning Design workshop, Waterford Institute of Technology, 6th April 2017

5.     Conole, G. (2017), Current innovations, research and developments in TEL, Waterford Institute of Technology, invited talk, 7th April 2017 Waterford

6.     Vosloo, S. and Conole, G.  (2017), Inclusive Digital Solutions for Refugees and Migrants, Mobile Learning Week, UNESCO, Paris, 21st March 2017.

7.     Conole, G. (2017), Facilitating the use of the flipped classroom, Webinar, Oxford Brookes University, 13th March 2017

8.     Conole, G. (2017), Facilitating the use of the flipped classroom, 3 day workshop, Novotel hotel, Dubai, 26 – 28th February 2017.

9.     Conole, G. (2017), Online learning and MOOCs effective design, 22nd February 2017, Ljubljana, Slovenia

10.  Conole, G. (2016), The 7Cs of Learning Design workshop, 18th November 2016, Strathclyde University.

11.  Conole, G. (2016), Learning in a digital age: new literacies and identities, Masterclass, 17th November 2016, University of Strathclyde.

12.  Conole, G. (2016), The 7Cs of Learning Design workshop, 2nd November 2016, Dublin City University.

13.  Conole, G. (2016), The 7Cs of Learning Design workshop, 30th May 2016, 2nd Politeknik Brunei International Symposium, Brunei,

14.  Conole, G. (2015), Designing effective MOOCs, Keynote, Internationalization, cross-border education and e-learning conference, Nicosia, 4th June 2015.

15.  Conole. G. (2015), Technology-enhanced learning, Webinar, Sweden, June 2015.

16.  Conole, G. (2015), The 7Cs of Learning Design, Webinar, Sweden, June 2015.

17.  Conole, G. (2015), Strategies for designing and evaluating effective learning activities, Webinar, Strathclyde, 21st April 2015.

18.  Conole, G. (2015), Technology-enhanced learning – an overview and the 7Cs of Learning, Workshop, Dubai, 9th - 11th January 2015.

19.  Conole, G. (2014), The 7Cs of Learning Design workshop, 2nd October 2014, Innovations in Teaching Seminar, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore.

20.  Conole, G. (2014), Re-evaluating your online teaching workshop, 30th September 2014, Innovations in Teaching Seminar, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore.

21.  Conole, G. (2014), The 7Cs of Learning Design workshop, Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh, 1st – 2nd September 2014.

22.  Conole, G. (2014), The 7Cs of Learning Design workshop, 15th Medical Library Conference, Uppsala University, Sweden, 21st August 2014.

23.  Conole, G. (2014), The 7Cs of Learning Design, workshop, 6th NordLAC conference, University of Iceland, Reykjavik, Iceland, 19th May 2014.

24.  Conole, G. (2014), New approaches to designing for learning, FutureLearn Academic Network Seminar, The Open University, UK, 13th May 2014.

25.  Conole, G. (2014), The 7Cs of Learning Design, online workshop, April – May 2014, South Africa.

26.  Conole, G. (2014), Disruptive technologies and open practices, 20th March 2014, Consiglio Nazionale Delle Ricerche, Genoa

27.  Bird, T. and Conole, G. (2014), The pedagogy of MOOCs, Open Education Week Webinar, 10th March 2014.

28.  Conole, G. (2014), Disruptive technologies: the future of education, Middlesex University Board of Governors, 15th March 2014.

29.  Conole, G. (2014), The implications of open practice, HEA Inspirational HE leaders seminar, 21st January, York.

30.  Conole, G. (2013), The 7Cs of Learning Design workshop, HELTASA conference, UNISA, Johannesburg, South Africa, 26th November 2013.

31.  Conole, G. (2013), A conversation about MOOCs, Webinar to India, 24th October 2013.

32.  Conole, G. (2013), The 7Cs of Learning Design workshop, Shar-E-fest conference, 10th October 2013.

33.  Conole, G. (2013), The 7Cs of Learning Design workshop, Lower Hutt, 8th October 2013.

34.  Conole, G. and Bird, T. (2013), The 7Cs of Learning Design workshop, 30th September – 1st October, Mobilearn Asia conference, Singapore.

35.  Bird, T. and Conole, G. (2013), From e-pedagogies to m-pedagogies, workshop, 1st October, Mobilearn Asia conference, Singapore.

36.  Conole, G. (2013), The 7Cs of Learning Design workshop, Creating knowledge conference, Lund University, Sweden, 14th August 2013.

37.  Conole, G. and Keppell, M. (2013), Owning the place of learning principles for designing personal learning spaces for learners and teachers, workshop, EDEN conference, Oslo, Norway, 13th June 2013.

38.  Conole, G. (2013), The 7Cs of Learning Design workshop, ICT EDU conference, Thurles, Limerick Institute of Technology, Ireland, 10th May 2013.

39.  Conole, G. (2013), Open practices and the implications for education, Open education webinar, 11th March 2013.

40.  Conole, G. (2013), Trajectories of e-learning research, Webinar, 18th April 2013.

41.  Conole, G. (2013), Opening content, opening education, OER quality webinar, 19th February 2013.

42.  Conole, G. (2013), Harnessing new media, pedagogical innovation and new approaches to design, E-learning symposium, University of Southampton, 25th January 2013.

43.  Conole, G. (2012), 21st Century Digital literacies, 17th December 2012, Invited talk, Library, Leicester University.

44.  Conole, G. (2012), The future of learning: near or far?, Invited talk, 29th November, Waikato University.

45.  Conole, G. (2012), The great MOOC debate, 27th November 2012, ASCILITE conference, Wellington.

46.  Conole, G. (2012), Sustainability, Creativity, Innovation and Inclusion, Fostering New Approaches to Design, 26th November 2012, Invited talk, ASCILITE conference, Wellington.

47.  Conole, G. (2012), The 7Cs of Learning Design, 25th November 2012, Workshop, ASCILITE conference, Wellington.

48.  Conole, G. (2012), The 7Cs of Learning Design, 22nd November 2012, Invited talk, Massey University, Palmerston North, New Zealand.  

49.  Conole, G. (2012), Social media and new approaches to design, Invited talk, 20th November 2012, Macquarie University.

50.  Conole, G. (2012), The 7Cs of Learning Design, 19th November 2012, Workshop, Wollongong University, Australia.

51.  Conole, G. (2012), Trajectories of e-learning: theory and methodology explored, 15th November 2012, Invited talk, Melbourne University.

52.  Conole, G. (2012), The 7Cs of Learning Design, 15th November 2012, Invited talk, La Trobe University, Melbourne.

53.  Conole, G. (2012), Trajectories of learning, Invited talk, 14th November 2012, Open University of Australia, Melbourne University.

54.  Conole, G. (2012), Digital literacies for a new learning context, 13th November 2012, Invited talk, Deakin University, Melbourne.

55.  Conole, G. (2012), The 7Cs of Learning Design, 13th November 2012, Workshop, Deakin University, Melbourne.

56.  Conole, G. (2012), The 7Cs of Learning Design, 5th November 2012, Workshop, CSDU conference, Wagga Wagga, Australia.

57.  Conole, G. (2012), The 7Cs of Learning Design, 15th October 2012, Workshop, ICEM conference, Open University of Nicosia, Cyprus.

58.  Conole, G. (20120, Learning design symposium, 27th September 2012, 62nd ICEM conference, Nicosia, Cyprus.

59.  Conole, G. (2012), Going open – the implications for learning, teaching and research, 13th June 2012, Invited talk, UNISA, South Africa.

60.  Conole, G. (2012), Research Methodology in TEL, 12th June 2012, UNISA, South Africa.

61.  Conole, G. (2012), Harnessing the power of new media: for learning, teaching and research, 12th June 2012, Invited talk, UNISA, South Africa.

62.  Conole, G. (2012), An overview of Technology Enhanced Learning, 11th June 2012, Invited talk, UNISA, South Africa.

63.  Conole, G. (2012), Sharing: from research to practice, 11th June 2012, Invited talk, UNISE, South Africa.

64.  Conole, G. (2012), Social and participatory media and new digital literacies, 17th May 2012, Invited talk, School of Chemistry, Leicester University.

65.  Conole, G. (2012), The 7Cs of Learning Design, 14th May 20120, Masterclass, Dublin City University, Dublin. 

66.  Conole, G. (2012), The 7Cs of Learning Design, 26th April 2012, Designs for learning conference, Copenhagen, Denmark.

67.  Conole, G. (2012), The 7Cs of Learning Design, 23rd April, Workshop, Aalborg University, Denmark.

68.  Conole, G. (2012), Learning Design: The big picture, 23rd April, Workshop, Aalborg University, Denmark.

69.  Conole, G. (2012), Masterclass in elearnng, 6th April 2012, Webinar.

70.  Conole, G. (2012), Open Education: new pedagogies new opportunities, 6th March 2012, Open Education Webinar.

71.  Conole, G. (2012), Digital literacies for a modern learning context, 14th May 2012, Plymouth University. 

72.  Conole, G. (2012), Designing for learning in an open world:
new strategies for design, Workshop, 6-9th March 2013, MoodleMoot, University of London.

73.  Conole, G. (2011), Learning design: an overview and key questions, Learning Design seminar, Sydney, 12th December 2011.

74.  Conole, G. (2011), The future of open practices, OPAL awards ceremony Online Educa, Berlin, 2nd December 2011.

75.  Conole, G. (2011), Designing for learning: the state of the art in learning design, learning design seminar, Online Educa, Berlin, 1st December 2011.

76.  Conole, G. (2011), Panel, Online Educa, Berlin, 1st December 2011.

77.  Conole, G. (2011), Learning design: the big picture, LD Grid workshop, Online Educa, Berlin, 30th November 2011.

78.  Conole, G. (2011), New approaches to visualizing, sharing and guiding design = overview of CompendiumLD, LD Grid workshop, Online Educa, Berlin, 30th November 2011.

79.  Conole, G. (2011), Panel on elearning, Media and Learning conference, 24th November 2011.

80.  Conole, G. (2011), A new methodology for learning design, Webinar presentation to Dublin City University, 17th November 2011.

81.  Conole, G. (2011), Exploiting the potential of Open Educational Resources: articulation of open educational practices, OPAL policy forum, UNESCO headquarters, Paris, 14th November 2011.

82.  Conole, G. (2011), Learning design: an overview, Art and Science of Learning Design workshop, London Knowledge Lab, London, 13th October 2011.

83.  Conole, G. (2011), Learning design: a new approach to designing effective learning interventions, Workshop, New dynamics of language learning spaces and places – intentions and opportunities, University of Jyvaskyla, Finland, 6th June 2011.

84.  Conole, G. (2011), Harnessing technologies to foster creativity, Aarhus University, 30th March 2011.

85.  Conole, G. (2011), New forms of communication and collaboration using social media, Synergia Workshop, 17th March 2011.

86.  Conole, G. (2011), New forms of communication and collaboration, Arts Seminar, The Open University, 8th March 2011.

87.  Conole. G. (2011), How to leverage open resources and practices in your teaching, Workshop, University of Queensland, Brisbane, 21st February 2011.

88.  Conole, G. (2010), Learning design: making practice explicit, 19th November, Oslo University, Norway

89.  Conole, G. (2010), Learning design: making practice explicit, 19th November, NKI, Norway

90.  Vrasidas, C., Conole, G. and Retalis, S. (2010), Useable representations of learning design for educational designers, Online Educa, Berlin, 1/12/2010.

91.  Ehlers, U., Caine, A., Conole, G., Dondi, C. and Holmberg, C. (2010), Moving ahead to learning for all: from open educational resources to open educational practices, Online Educa, Berlin, 1/12/2010.

92.  Conole, G. (2010), New tools and resources for effective design and innovation,  invited workshop, 2010 Aprenred conference, University of Guadalajara, Mexico, 5th-8th October 2010.

93.  Conole, G. (2010), Nuevos métodos  para pensar en enseñanza, Learning Design workshop, Barcelona, 18th August 2009.

94.  Conole, G. (2010), Invited talk, ESRC New Spaces seminar: ‘Cyber Spaces and Virtual Learning’, University of Southampton, 3rd June 2010.

95.  Conole, G. (2010), A review of web 2.0: potential and paradoxes, University of Aarhus, Denmark, 5th May 2010.

96.  Conole, G. (2010), The OU Learning Design Initiative – tools and resources for supporting new approaches to design, invited workshop for the SURF Foundation, Utrecht, 10th March 2010.

97.  Conole, G. (2010), Theories and methodologies for research in Networked Learning, invited hotseat discussion, online forum associated with the Networked Learning Conference, started 18th January 2010, http://www.networkedlearningconference.org.uk/index.php/forum/forum?id=8 and associated positional paper http://cloudworks.ac.uk/index.php/cloud/view/2881

98.  Conole, G. (2010), Learning design and designing for learning in an open world, invited talk, COLMSCT expert forum, The Open University, 25th February 2010.

99.  Bennett, S., Agostinho, S. and Conole, G. (2009), Learning Design Workshop, ASCILITE conference, Auckland, 6th December 2009.

100.           Alevizou, G., Conole, G. and Galley, R. (2009), Exploring the use of Cloudworks for sharing and discussing OER, Workshop, University of Exeter, 17th November 2009.

101.           Conole, G. (2009), Cloudworks: a virtual fieldtrip: Discover a new island on world web 2.0, Invited talk via Eluminate to the SCOPE community in Canada, 16th November 2009.

102.           Conole, G. (2009), An introduction to cloudworks: a social networking site for sharing & discussing learning and teaching, Invited workshop, OUNL, Heerlen, Holland, 13th November 2009.

103.           Conole, G. (2009), An introduction to Cloudworks: a social networking site for sharing and discussing learning and teaching ideas, Presentation to the JISC Community via Eluminate, 4th November 2009.

104.           Conole, G. (2009), Design in practice: aligning design creativity with practice, Invited presentation, Thompson Rivers University, Kamloops, Canada, Tech it up conference, 23rd October 2009.

105.           Conole, G. (2009) Hands-on Learning Design Workshop, Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, 21st -22nd October 2009.

106.           Conole, G. (2009), Innovating into the future: sharing and discussing 2.0, Invited talk at the launch of the Irish Learning Technology Association (ILTA), via Eluminate

107.           Conole, G. (2009), Workshop on using technologies for research conference, Postgraduate researchers in Education (PRiE) conference, Liverpool John Moores University, 27th June.

108.           Conole, G. and Wilson, T. (2009), OLnet workshop: new approaches to the design of OER, Workshop, EDEN conference, Gdansk, Poland, 11th June 2009.

109.           Conole, G. (2009), Presentation at Brunel annual learning and teaching conference, 23rd April 09

110.           Conole, G. (2009). Designing effective e-learning activities, OUDLI workshop, La Trobe University, 29th May 2009.

111.           Conole, G. (2009), Personal Learning Environments: interface between physical & virtual spaces, Invited talk at the SKG First Forum, La Trobe University, 28th May 2009.

112.           Conole, G. (2009). Making flexible learning work for you, Seminar, La Trobe University, 29th May 2009.

113.           Conole, G. (2009). Designing effective e-learning activities, OUDLI workshop, Charles Sturt, University, 27th May 2009.

114.           Conole, G. (2009), The use of Web 2.0 technologies for effective e-learning; students supporting other students in their learning, Seminar, Victoria University, 28th May 2009.

115.           Conole, G. (2009), New pedagogies in a web 2.0 world, From Course to Discourse conference, 15th May 2009.

116.           Conole, G. (2009), Thinking differently about design – the OU Learning Design Initiative, Invited workshop, University of Nicosia, 27th March 2009.

117.           McAndrew, P., Conole, G. and Santos, A. (2009), OL-Net workshop at Hewlett Annual meeting, 3rd March, Monterary, USA

118.           Conole, G. (2009), Invited workshop on OULDI, 27th March, University of Cyprus, Cyprus

119.           Conole, G. (2009), Exploring by doing – being a Researcher 2.0, 10th February 2009, Open University.

120.           Conole, G. (2008), New approaches to visualising, guiding and sharing designs, Pedagogy Planner workshop, 8th December, Sydney University

121.           Conole, G. (2008), OUDLI challenges and issues, Carrick Fellowship Design Summit, 9th December, Sydney University

122.           Conole, G. (2009), Pedagogies of the future, La Trobe University, 26th November

123.           Conole, G. (2008), Presentation about OUDLI given at a what’s new open forum at the Becta Research Conference in Sheffield on 6th November 08.

124.           Conole, G.  and Masson, A. (2008), Supporting staff transforming culture, Learning in a digital age – are we prepared? Innovating e-learning conference 2008, JISC online conference, 4-6th November 2008, http://www.online-conference.co.uk/WebX/jisc/2008/

125.           Conole, G. (2008), Rethinking curriculum design – overview of the OULDI, Connectivism online course, presentation to Canada via Elluminate, 24th October 2008,  http://ltc.umanitoba.ca/wiki/Connectivism_Outline

126.           Conole, G. (2008), Learning design workshop, Red-ink – rethinking education in the knowledge society, 12th September 2008, Lugano, doctoral school, http://www.red-ink.ch/events_rs01.html

127.           Conole, G. (2008), New approaches to visualizing, sharing and guiding design, 4th Mosaic learning workshop,  22nd-23rd September 2008, Valladolid, Spain, http://mosaic.gast.it.uc3m.es/

128.           Conole, G. (2008), Harnessing OER research: ideas for a new network of producers, users and researchers, International Association of Universities Conference, Utrecht, 17th July, 2008.

129.           Conole, G. (2008), Connectivism – a theory for today’s learning?, Seminar on ‘knowing knowledge’, 9th July, 2008, The Open University: Milton Keynes.

130.           Conole, G. (2008), Connecting e-learning research, policy and practice - providing an international perspective, Shaping our Future: Toward a Pan-Canadian E-learning Research, online Canadian conference, Agendahttp://scope.lidc.sfu.ca/course/view.php?id=56rs?

131.           Conole, G. (2008), Developing open educational resources for excellence in learning, invited participation in a workshop on design, 28th April, 2008, Banff, Canada, http://emd.athabascau.ca/wrkshp_cnie.htm

132.           Conole, G. (2008), Using learning design to creative more effective learning activities, University of Cyprus, 7-8th April, 2008

133.           Conole, G. (2008), Learning design workshop, University of Cyprus, 7th-8th April

134.           Conole, G. (2008), Reflections on current trends, Invited opening remarks, Becta seminar, 18th March, London

135.           Conole, G. (2008), Invited discussant at the launch of the HE Academy ELESIG special interest group

136.           Conole, G. (2007), Adopting a learning design approach to designing learning activities, LSRI Seminar, University of Nottingham, 23rd October 2007.

137.           Conole, G. (2007), ‘Application of e-learning research to practice-based learning contexts’, presentation at the PPBL CETL workshop, Milton Keynes, 7th June, 2007..

138.           Conole, G. (2007), ‘Findings from the LXP study - How do learners engage with and experience e-learning?’, invited talk, LLAS e-learning conference, 1st – 2nd February 2007, Southampton

139.           Conole, G. (2007), ‘Taking the student perspective: what are students’ actual experiences of technologies?, Invited talk, JISC Online Conference, 11-12th June, 2007.

140.           Conole, G. (2007), Learning design: how to create more effective learning activities, Invited Workshop, Faculty of Engineering, University of Porto, Portugal, April 2007.

141.           Conole, G. (2006), Research data and e-learning: findings from the evaluation of eBank, Invited presentation, EBank/R4L/SPECTRa Joint Consultation Workshop London Metropole Hotel, 20th October 2006

142.           Conole, G. (2006), Developing the pedagogy for e-learning, Invited seminar, Faculty of Health and Social Care, Faculty Executive workshop, The Open University, 20th July 2006

143.           Conole, G. (2006), Activity-based learning: Extending the value of open content, Presentation to the OpenLearn Initiative, The Open University, 6th June 2006.

144.           Conole, G. (2006), Designing effective resources for online learning, ESRC National Centre for Research Methods ICT Workshop, Warwick University, 21st April 2006.

145.           Conole, G. (2006), Key developments in e-learning, Invited workshop, VLE Workshop, Faculty of Mathematics and Computing, The Open University, Kents Hill, 21st June 2006

146.           Conole, G. (2006), Using a case study narrative approach to uncover students’ experiences and perceptions of technology, presentation CSET Conference, The Open University, Kents Hill, 18th October 2006.

147.           Conole, G. (2006), E-Learning: current perspectives and future directions, Invited talk, The Open University, 12th May 2006

148.           Conole, G. (2006), Mediating artefacts to guide choice in creating and undertaking learning activities, Invited workshop, Teaching and Learning Conference, The Open University, 26th April 2006.

149.           Conole, G. (2006), Strategies for effective learning design, Invited workshop, Queens University, 18th September 2006, Ulster

150.           Conole, G. (2006), ‘Developing pedagogy for e-learning’, Health Sciences Senior Executive Workshop, 20th July 2006, Milton Keynes: Open University

151.           Conole, G. and De Laat, M. (2006), Learner experiences of e-learning. Presentation at the ‘Teaching and Supporting Learning in Higher Education: Current Perspectives on Academic Practice Conference, 29-30th June, Marriot Hotel, Gosforth Park, Newcastle.

152.           Conole, G., De Laat, M., Darby, J. and Dillon, T. (2006), ‘Learning for the future: mediating the process of personalised learning’, 5th June, Lifelong learning conference, London

153.           Conole, G., De Laat, M., Darby, J. and Dillon, T. (2006), Learner experiences of e-learning - exploring subject differences. Presentation at Innovating e-Learning 2006, JISC online conference.

154.           Conole, G., De Laat, M., Darby, J. and Dillon, T. (2006), Innovating e-Learning 2006 ebook: Theme Two, Learners’ Experiences of e-Learning – available online at www.jisc.ac.uk/elp_conference06.

155.           Conole, G. (2005), ‘Overview of e-learning in the UK’, Invited presentation, NVU –Konferansen 2005, Kaltur for e-elearning, Norway, Levanger 15-16th March

156.           Conole, G., Fill, K. and Bailey, C.  (2005), ‘A learning design toolkit for creating effective learning activities’, Presentation at the LTSN  Supporting Sustainable eLearning Forum, Southampton, 21st July

157.           Fill, K., Conole, G. and Bailey, C. (2005), ‘A learning design toolkit for fostering effective practice in e-learning’, invited presentation at the EU-funded UNFOLD meeting, Braga, Portugal, 16th June.

158.           Conole, G. (2004), ‘The impact of e-learning on organisations, individuals and the curriculum’, invited one-day workshop, Conferência eLES’04-eLearning no Ensino Superior, Universidade de Aveiro, 27-29 October

159.           Conole, G. (2004), ‘The role of evaluation in the QA process’, invited presentation, QA for open and distributed learning conference, Manchester Metropolitan University, 27th April

160.           Conole, G. (2004), JISC e-assessment conference, invited talk, Birmingham

161.           Conole, G. (2004), ‘ICT as a catalyst for teaching and research’, Invited talk as part of an ESRC seminar series, Greenwich University

162.           Conole, G. (2004), ‘Mobility and transfer – the student of tomorrow’, JISC ‘Bridging the divide conference’, The Orange Studio,  Birmingham, 26th April

163.           Conole, G., (2004), ‘Scope and remit of ALT-J – the research journal for learning technologies’, International Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL) Conference, London, Goodenough College

164.           Conole, G. (2004), ‘DialogPlus update - a Learning design toolkit for fostering effective practice in e-learning’, invited presentation at the JISC all projects meeting, 6-7th July

165.           Conole, G. (2004), ‘Roundtable session on the ALT-J research journal for learning technologies’, AERA, San Diego

166.           Conole, G. (2004), ‘E-assessment – better design for better learning’, JISC e-assessment invited colloquium, 10th June, JISC e-assessment invited colloquium, Aston University, Birmingham

167.           Conole, G. (2003), ‘New students, new technology, new teaching’, ESRC/SRHE Seminar Series, City University, London, 21st October.

168.           Conole, G. (2003), ‘WUN e-learning - Overview of research activities from the UK partners’, presentation at the Asynchronous Learning Network Conference, Orlando, USA, November.

169.           Conole, G. (2003), ‘Sustaining e-learning – supporting academics through institutional change’, LTSN e-learning symposium series, 11th June 2003, University of Bristol.

170.           Conole, GC, (2002), ‘Scaffolding to promote best practice’ invited seminar as part of the SESDL Video Conferencing seminar series, University of Paisley, 16th April

171.           Conole, GC, (2001), ‘Understanding the potential of V/MLEs’, Institutional conference, 25th June, University of Bristol

172.           Conole, G. (2001), New Learning Environments as Tools for Teaching New Learning Environments Conference, The Sixth Annual Forum for Course Organisers, 31st May, University of Edinburgh. http://www.tla.ed.ac.uk/events/c-org.html

173.           Conole, G. (2001), Closing the loop between research and development Learning Lab, First Annual Conference, 18th-21st June, University of Wolverhampton.

174.           Conole, G. (2001), Grappling with V/MLEs: The VIOLET project and the Bristol experience New Learning Environments Conferences, The Sixth Annual Forum for Course Organisers, 31st May, University of Edinburgh. http://www.tla.ed.ac.uk/events/c-org.html

175.           Conole, G. (2001), Joined-up strategic thinking to link development and innovation with mainstream service activities Institutional Web Management Workshop 2001: Institutional Chaos, Belfast. http://www.ukoln.ac.uk/web-focus/events/workshops/webmaster-2001/sessions.html#talks

Other conference presentations and workshops

1.         Conole, G. (2012), Evaluating a new approach to learning design, 2nd April 2012, paper presentation, Networked Learning Conference, Masstricht.

2.         Galley, R., Conole, G., Papaefthimiou, M., Alberts, P., Brown, R., Parnis, N. and  Phillips, A. (2010), Embedding learning design processes: responding to context, workshop proposal, ALT-C conference, 7-9th September 2010, Nottingham.

3.         Conole, G. and Newbould, D. (2010), Learning in an open world, Global Learn Asia Pacific 2010 conference, Penang, 17th-20th May, 2010.

4.         Conole, G. (2010), An overview of cloudworks, IET coffee morning, 21st April, 2010.

5.         Conole, G. and Culver, J. (2009), Adopting an agile development approach: making connections through Cloudworks, LAMS conference, June 2009

6.         Conole, G. (2009), From there to here: Chemistry to Technology-Enhanced Learning, CALRG 30th Anniversary Conference, 18th May 2009.

7.         Conole, G. (2009), Update on the JISC OULDI initiative, Presentation at elearning community, 28th April, 09.

8.         Conole, G. (2008), Making the social connections in design, LAMS conference, Sydney, 5th December 2008.

9.         Gunn, C., Conole, G., Creanor, L. (2008), Motion for debate: Are early adopters and institutional elearning initiatives on opposite sides of a digital divide?, ALT-C, 11th September, 2008, Leeds

10.      Conole, G. (2008), FELS Design challenge (2008), Design a short course in a day – are you up to it?, 18th September, The Open University: Milton Keynes

11.      Cross, S., Brasher, A., and Conole, G. (2008), Mapping the landscape of learning design at the OU, CALRG conference, 18th June 2008, The Open University: Milton Keynes

12.      HSC Workshop (2008), Designing the next generation of HSC course, 5th-6th June 2008, Accentura, Kents Hill.

13.      Conole, G. and Cross, S. (2008), Overview of the OU Learning Design project – implications and relevance for LTS, LTS learning design workshop, 2nd June, The Open University: Milton Keynes

14.      Conole, G., Weller, M., Brasher, A., Cross, S., Clark, P., and White, J. (2008), Overview of the OU Learning Design project, OU CTSS conference, May 2008,

15.      Conole, G. et al. (2008), e-Learning pathfinder cluster c, poster, Networked Learning Conference, Greece

16.      Conole, G., Brasher, A., Cross, S., Weller, M. and Clark, P. (2008), The OU Learning Design project, Making connections conference, 29th-230th April, 2008, The Open University: Milton Keynes.

17.      Conole, G., Cross, S., Clark, P., White, J., and Williams, P. (2008), Learn more about the OU Learning Design project, half day workshop as part of the e-Learning community, 18th April, 2008, Open University,

18.      Conole, G. (2008), Adopting a  learning design approach to creating learning activities, LTS/Student services seminar, 8th January 2008, Open University

19.      Conole, G. (2008), The OU learning design project – update and future plans, presentation to the structuring authoring group, 5th March, Open University

20.      Conole, G. (2008), The OU learning design project – update and future plans, presentation to the structuring authoring group, Learning and Teaching Advisory Group, 18th February, Open University

21.      White, J., Conole, G., Cross, S., Brasher, A. and Clark, P. (2008), Learning design – visioning for sharing and reuse workshop, 15th February, Open University

22.      Conole, G., Brasher, A., Cross, S., and Weller, M. (2008), Update on Compendium LD workshop, 6th February, Open University

23.      Conole, G. (2007),  The OU Learning Design project – update and progress,  Presentation as part of the VLE Moodle program, 28th October, Open University

24.      Conole, G., Weller, M., Thorpe, M., Wilson, P., Nixon, S. and Grace, P. (2007), ‘Capturing practice and scaffolding learning design’, CTSS conference, The Open University, 1st-2nd May 2007.

25.      Conole, G. and Thorpe, M. (2007), ‘Learners’ experiences of blended learning environments in a practice-based context (PB-LXP)’, CTSS conference, The Open University, May 2007.

26.      Ingraham. B., Conole, G., Jones, C. and Roberts, G. (2007), ‘The Sudeley Paradox: Changing Models of Scholarly Discourse’, Ideas in Cyberspace Conference, March 2007, Loch Lomond, Scotland.

27.      Darby, J., Dillon, T., De Laat and Conole, G. (2006), ‘JISC learner experiences in-depth case study’, presentation at ALT-C 2006, 5th September 2006, Edinburgh.

28.      Carusi, A., Conole, G., De Laat, M., and Dexter, H. (2005), ‘Productive disagreement: pluralism in e-learning research’, Symposium, ALT-C 2005, Manchester.

29.      Conole, G. (2005), ‘An overview of the ESRC National Centre for Research Methods’, The Internet for Social Sciences conference, Bristol, 14th April, 2005.

30.      Fill, K., Bailey, C., Conole, G., Davis, H., Leung, S. and Priest, S. (2005), ‘Developing and using a Learning design toolkit’, Symposium presentation at ALT-C 2005, Manchester, 5-7th September

31.      Conole, G. (2005), ‘E-learning: research methodological issues’, Presentation at ELRC workshop, Manchester, 3rd – 4th May

32.      Conole, G. (2005), ‘Learning design for effective practice’, presentation at the JISC all programmes meeting, Cambridge, 7th July

33.      Conole, G. (2004), ‘An overview of the new ESRC-funded National Centre for Research Methods’, TLRP conference, Cardiff, 22nd – 23rd November.

34.      Conole, G. (2004), ‘E-learning: new directions and reflections on the key themes and critical questions’, WUN seminar, ALN conference, Orlando, 11th November,.

35.      Conole, G. (2004), ‘Design effective online resources’, invited presentation at the ESRC-funded Research Methods Programme Workshop, Manchester, 15th December

36.      Conole, G. (2004), ‘The impact of e-learning on organisations, individuals and the curriculum’, workshop handout at Conferência eLES’04-eLearning no Ensino Superior, Universidade de Aveiro, 27-29 October

37.      Kill, K. and Conole, G. (2004), ‘Workshop on DialogPlus learning design toolkit’, ALT-C 2004, Exeter

38.      Gunn, C., Conole, G., Dempster, J., Oliver, R., (2004),  ‘Using or reusing learning objects: Bringing academics on board’, accepted symposium, ALT-C 2004, Exeter

39.      Eales, S., Littlejohn, A., Ingraham, C., Longmiur, A., Conole, G. and Fill, K., ‘Digital libraries in the classroom, accepted symposium, ALT-C 2004, Exeter

40.      Conole, G. and Dyke, M. (2003), ‘Educational research using online methods’, SRHE Conference, Royal Holloway College, London, December.

41.      Conole, G., Vadcard, L., Wills, G., Carr, L.,  Bailey, C., Hall, W., and Grange, S., (2003), ‘Dynamic reviewing for the European Virtual Orthopaedic University’,  International Conference on Networked e-learning for European Universities, Granada, Spain, 23 - 25th November 2003, available online at http://www.cevu.org/finalconference/papers.htm.

42.      Conole, G., Dyke, M. and Ravenscroft, A. (2003), ‘What are the inherent affordances of Information and Communication Technologies?’, BERA 2003, Heriott Watt

43.      Conole, G., Dyke, M. and Ravenscroft, A. (2003), ‘Towards a meta-framework for learning’, BERA 2003, Heriott Watt

44.      Conole, G., Ingraham, B. and Cook, J., (2003), ‘Defining an emergent learning technology community of practice’, BERA 2003, Heriott Watt

45.      Conole, G. and Kennedy, D. (2003), The use of images to enhance learning, Workshop, ALT-C 2003 Communities of Practice Conference, Sheffield

46.      Conole, G., Wills, G., Carr, L., Vadcard, L., Hall, W., and Grange, S. (2003), Making pedagogy explicit – a virtual university for orthopaedics, Paper, ALT-C 2003 Communities of Practice Conference, Sheffield

47.      Warburton, W., Conole, G., Sclater, N. and Hesketh, I., (2003), Key findings from a survey of current CAA developments from the literature, Paper, ALT-C 2003 Communities of Practice Conference, Sheffield

48.      Sclater, N., Conole, G, Warburton, W., and Hesketh, I., (2003), Wither CAA?, Workshop, ALT-C 2003 Communities of Practice Conference, Sheffield

49.      Warburton, W. and Conole, G. (2003), ‘CAA in UK HEIs – the state of the art?’, 7th International CAA 2003, Loughborough, July

50.      Conole, G., Wills, G. and Grange, S., (2003), ‘A Virtual Learning Environment to enable CPD for Orthopaedic Surgeons across Europe’, CAL 2003, Belfast

51.      Sclater, N., Davis, H., White, S., and Conole, G., (2003), ‘Technologies for online interoperable assessment’, CAL 2003, Belfast

52.      Oliver, M. and Conole, GC (2003), ‘Evidence based practice and e-learning’, AERA 2003, Chicago.

53.      Conole, GC, Dyke, M. and Seal, J. (2003), ‘Theoretical perspectives on e-learning’, CAL2003, Belfast.

54.      Sclater, N., Davis, H., White, S., Conole, GC, and Danson, M., (2003), Assessment and the TOIA initiative, CAL2003, Belfast.

55.      Conole, GC, Grange, S. and Wills, G. (2003), “A Virtual Learning Environment to enable CPD for Orthopaedic Surgeons across Europe”, Abstract CAL2003, Belfast.

56.      Shabajee, P., McFarland, A. and Conole, GC, (2003), “Metadata issues and the HP-Arkive project - Can We Design Multimedia Content Database Systems, for Use in Multidisciplinary, Cross-Sector and Cross-Cultural Educational Contexts”, CAL2003, Belfast.

57.      Bull, J. and Conole, GC, (2002), ‘Pebbles in the pond: evaluation of the CAA centre’, 4th CAA Conference, 9-10 July

58.      Conole, GC, (2001), ‘Gender in online environments: dominance or difference? Gender issues in computer supported learning’, Gender Research Forum, 8th December 2001, University of Bristol

59.      Gunn, C, Conole, G., Macleod,H, McSporran,M and French,S  (2001), Dominance or difference? Gender issues in computer supported learning ALT-C Changing Learning Environments, Edinburgh, 11-13 September.

60.      Oliver,M, Gunn,C, Beetham,H, Boyle,T, Conole, G. and Ingraham,B (2001) No blue skies without firm foundations: developing theory for learning technology ALT-C, Changing Environments, Edinburgh, 11-13 September.

61.      Conole, G. (2001), Structured guidance for information handling and processing in learning and research ALT-C 2001, Changing Learning Environments, 11-13 September, University of Edinburgh

62.      Conole, G.  (2001), An organisational structure designed for learning and professional development Institute for Learning and Teaching Conference, ILTAC2001, 4-6th July, University of York

63.      Gallacher,C and Conole, G. (2001), Integration of academic and professional support activities: are LTS the driver for change? ALT-C Changing Environments, Edinburgh, 11-13 September.

64.      Place,EJ, O’Leary,RL and Conole, G. (2001),Training academics and students to become eliterate ALT-C, Changing Environments, Edinburgh, 11-13 September.

65.      Browning,P and Conole, G. (2001)The University of Bristol DataHub - a prerequisite for an integrated learning environment? IEEE International Conference on Advanced Learning Technologies - issues, achievements and challenges, Madison,Wisconsin, 6-8 August USA. IEEE

66.      Conole, G. (2001)Supporting Practioners to Develop Evaluation Plans Institute for Learning and Teaching Conference, ILTAC2001, 4-6th July, University of York.

67.      Conole, G. (2001) Re-engineering courses: a toolkit to support good practice Institute for Learning and Teaching Conference, ILTAC2001, 4-6th July, University of York.

68.      Conole, G., Oliver, M. and Harvey, J. (2000) Toolkits for Practitioners - Toolkits to Enable the Evaluation and Utilisation of Learning Materials, Association of Learning Technologies Conference, Manchester.

69.      Oliver,M and Conole, G. (2000), A Constructivist Approach to Teaching the Design of Web-based Educational Materials. Association of Learning Technologies Conference, Manchester

70.      Conole, G., Oliver,M and Harvey,J (2000) Evaluation Toolkit. Regard Conference 2000, Bristol, 14 September.

71.      Darby,J, Conole, G. and McAleese,R (2000) Will the e-University Work? Association of Learning Technologies Conference, Manchester, 11th - 13th September.

72.      Davies,C and Conole, G. (1999), Strategies for Ensuring Access to Learning Technologies for Disabled Students. Association of Learning Technologies Conference, Bristol.

73.      Oliver,M, Conole, G. and Harvey,J (1999) Setting up an Evaluation Network, Discussion Session. ELT’99 Conference, University of North London, 15th November.

74.      Oliver,M, Conole, G. and Bonetti,L (1999) The Hidden Cost of Change: Evaluating the Cost of Moving to Online Delivery. ELT’99 Conference, University of North London, 15th November.

75.      Cook,J, Oliver,M, Conole, G. and Kewell,B (1999) Using Educational Dialogues to Design Learning. Association of Learning Technologies Conference, Bristol.

76.      Conole, G., Oliver,M, Bonetti,L, Phelps,J and Jamshidnejad,B (1999) Integration Through Iteration: the Project-based Approach. Association of Learning Technologies Conference, Bristol.

77.      Phelps,J, Conole, G., Oliver,M, Hopkinson,S, Bonetti,L and Freason,M  (1999) Effects of Focusing on Staff Development. Association of Learning Technologies Conference, Bristol.

78.      Bonetti,L, Conole, G., Jamshidnejad,B and Oliver,M (1999) Evolution of the LTS Programme. Association of Learning Technologies Conference, Bristol.

79.      Oliver,M and Conole, G. (1999) Mapping Toolkits to the Learning Technology Lifecycle. Association of Learning Technologies Conference, Bristol.

80.      Conole, G., Cook,JHA and Timmis,SE (1999) Evaluation Strategies and Methodologies. ELT’99 Conference, University of North London, 15th November.

81.      Conole, G., McPartlin,M, Lewis,J, Johnson,BFG, Dutton,T and Powell,HR (1998) Pyridine, A Versatile Cluster Ligand? XXVII International Conference on Coordination Chemistry, Broadbeach, Queensland, Australia, 1989. M43  Conference presentation. Prize awarded for the best poster presentation

82.      Conole, G. and Oliver,M (1998) A Pedagogical Toolkit for Integrating Learning Technology. SEDA Learning Technology Conference, Southampton. .

83.      Oliver,M and Conole, G. (1998) What do Staff Need in Order to Use Learning Environments Effectively? Association of Learning Technologies Conference, Oxford.

84.      Oliver,M and Conole, G. (1998) A Practical Approach to the Evaluation of Learning Technology: Tools for Practitioners. Association of Learning Technologies Conference, Oxford.

85.      Conole, G. and Oliver,M (1998) Teaching Using Collaborative Learning Environments: Issues and Opportunities. Association of Learning Technology Conference, Oxford.

86.      Conole, G. (1997) Learning Technologies: The Mouses that Roared or the Lion that Squeaks?  Islington - a learning borough, Conference, 25th February.

87.      Conole, G. (1997) Lessons on Creating Virtual Classrooms. ALT-C 97, University of Wolverhampton, Telford, 15-17 October.

88.      Conole, G. (1997) Integration of CAL Material into the Curriculum. Education in Chemistry, The Network series.

89.      Conole, G. (1997) A Framework for Learning Technologies ALT-C 97, University of Wolverhampton, Telford, 15-17 October.

90.      Conole, G. (1997) Teaching and Learning Techniques for Chemistry. Education in Chemistry, The Network Series.

91.      Conole, G. (1995) Interactive Tutorials in Chemistry Variety in Chemistry Conference, 12-14 September, 1995, York.

92.      Conole, G. and Kessler, M (1994) Application of the Tau-nomenclature to Heteronuclear Species. Inorganic Chemistry is Good for You, Reading University, 25th March

93.      Conole, G. (1991) The Bonding Modes Adopted by Organo-fragments on Metal Cluster Surfaces International Workshop on Clusters and Surfaces, Turin, Italy.

94.      Conole, G. and McPartlin,M (1987) X-ray Structural Analysis of [Ru6C(CO)15(C6H8)]; Steric Limitations in the Formation of Cluster Hydrocarbon Derivatives Third International Conference on the Chemistry of the Platinum Group Metals, University of Sheffield, A20

95.  Oliver, M. and Conole, G. (2003), ‘Evaluating and Disseminating Learning Technology Projects’, Embedding Learning Technologies Seminar Series, University College London, 23rd May.

96.  Conole, G. and Seale, S. (2003), ‘An introduction to getting research papers published’ as part of the ALT national workshop programme, University of Southampton, 6th February

97.  Conole, G, Oliver, M. and Seale, S. (2002), ‘An introduction to getting research papers published’ as part of the ALT national workshop programme, UCL, London, 20th November

98.  Conole, GC and Oliver, M. (2002), ‘Design and Development principles workshop’, as part of the ALT national workshop programme, Southampton, 28th May.

99.  Conole, GC. (2002), “Current perspectives on learning technology”, Invited seminar at the ESRC CREDIT research centre, Nottingham, 29th May.

100.  Conole, GC, (2002), “An overview of e-learning research and future perspectives”, for the Venice Distance Masters University, Invited seminar at Oxford University, 10th June.

101.  Conole, G. and Oliver, M (2001) Advanced Learning Technology Frameworks and Toolkits ICALT 2001, IEEE International Conference on Advanced Learning Technologies, Madison, USA. IEEE

102.  Conole, G. (2001) Evaluation Toolkit Workshop. JISC JCEIL Managed Learning Environments programme, Advisory Board, Manchester, 16-17 January 2001. 2001

103.  Conole, G. and Oliver, M (2001) Design Principles for Teaching and Learning Web Sites ALT Workshop, University of Bristol, 16th May

104.  Conole, G. (2001) JISC JCEIL Evaluation Workshop University of Bristol, 14th May. 2001.

105.  Oliver, M and Conole, G. (2000) Learning Technologies Network Day, Invited Workshop. University of Sussex..

106.  Conole, G. (2000) ICT: The Possibilities and Strategic Steer. Workshop for the Business Faculty, University of the West of England, 22 February..

107.  Conole, G. (2000) ICT Strategies for Effective Implementation. Dublin Institute of Technology, 27th March.

108.  Conole, G. (2000) Toolkits for Embedding and Evaluating ICT. LTSS Lunchbyte Series, University of Bristol, 28th June..

109.  Conole, G. (2000) Managing Information: Funding Opportunities. Heads of Department Seminar, University of Bristol, 13th June..

110.  Conole, G. and Bonetti,L (2000) A Case Study of ICT Developments in a New University. LTSS Lunchbyte Series, University of Bristol, 31st May..

111.  Conole, G. (2000) Enabling, Embedding and Evaluating ICT. CLIO Seminar, Graduate School of Education, University of Bristol, 9th February..

112.  Conole, G. and Oliver,M (1999) From Theory to Practice: a Model for Toolkit Development. HERS Seminar, University of North London..

113.  Conole, G. (1996) Learning and Teaching Innovation and Development. Invited Seminar, Sheffield Hallam University.

114.  Conole, G. (1993) Structural Systematics in Organometallic Chemistry. Invited Seminar, University College London.

115.  Conole, G. (1993) Structural Systematics in Organometallic Chemistry. University College, University of London..

116.  Conole, G. (1992) Organo-fragments and Their Bonding Modes, Queen Mary College, University of London.. 

117.  Conole, G. (1989) Structural Mechanisms in Pentanuclear Ruthenium Compounds, Invited Seminar, University of Adelaide.

118.  Conole, G. (1989) Structural Mechanisms in Pentanuclear Ruthenium Compounds. University of Adelaide, Australia..

119.   Conole, G. (1989) Structural Build-up in Cluster Species, University of New South Wales, Australia.

Editorials

1.      Conole, G. (Ed.) (2014), Special issue on MOOCs, INNOUAL journal.

2.      Conole, G. (Ed) (2013), OER and social inclusion, Special issue of Distance Education.

3.      Ravenscroft, A., Conole, G. (Eds) (2012), Designing and evaluating social media for learning: shaping social networking into social learning?, Special issue of JCAL.

4.      Conole, G. and Koskinen, T. (Eds) (2011), Special issue on learning design, 27th edition of the e-learning papers.

5.      Sorensen, E. and Conole, G. (Eds) (2012), OER and creativity, Special issue of EURDOL.

6.      Siemens, G. and Conole, G. (Eds) (2011), Vol 12, No 3 (2011): Special Issue - Connectivism: Design and Delivery of Social Networked Learning, IRRODL.

7.      Conole, G. (2007), What constitutes good research in e-learning - are there lessons we can draw from the Research Assessment Exercise? ALT-J, 15 (3)

8.      Conole, G. (2006), Understanding and making practice explicit, September 2006, ALT-J, 14 (3)

9.      Conole, G. (2005), Reflecting on the current status and focus of e-learning research, ALT-J, 13 (3)

10.   Conole, G. (2004), Editorial, Special issue in Computer Assisted Assessment, ALT-J, 12(3).

11.   Conole, G. (2003), Editorial, ‘A new direction for ALT-J’, 11(30.

12.   Conole, G. (2002), Editorial, ALT-J 10(3)

13.   Conole, G (2002), Association of Learning Technology Journal ALT-J 2002, Volume 10, Issue 3

14.   Conole, G. (2002), Editorial, Special issue, theme: Evaluation of Learning Technologies in Higher Education, Guest Editor: Education, Technology and Society, http://ifets.gmd.de/periodical/vol_3_2002/v_3_2002.html

15.   Squire,D and Conole, G. (2000)  Association of Learning Technology Journal. ALT-J, 2000. Volume 8, Issue 2

16.   Conole, G. and Jameson,J  (2000) Editorial ALT-J, 2000. Volume 8, Issue 3

17.   Conole, G. and Squires,D (2000) Association of Learning Technology Journal. ALT-J, 2000. Volume 8, Issue 1

18.   Conole, G. and Oliver,M (2000) Special Journal Issue: Quality Assurance in the Use and Integration of Learning Technologies. Quality Assurance in Education. Volume 8, Number 1 MCB University Press

19.   Conole, G. (1999) Editorial. ALT-J, 1999. Volume 7, Part 1

20.   Conole, G. (2001), Editorial ALT-J. 9.3

21.   Conole, G., Oliver, M and Seale, J (2001), Association of Learning Technology Journal 9.3

22.   Conole, G. (2001), Time for an experiment, editorial Alt-J. 9.2

23.   Squires,D and Conole, G. (2001) Association of Learning Technology Journal 9.2

24.   Conole, G. and Jacobs,G (2000) The Changing face of ALT-J, Editorial, ALT-J 9.1

25.   Squires,D and Conole, G.(2000) Association of Learning Technology Journal, ALT-J 9.1

26.   Conole, G. (1999) Association of Learning Technlogy Journal. ALT-J, 1999. Volume 7

27.   Squires,D and Conole, G. (1999) Association of Learning Technology Journal. ALT-J, 1999. Volume 7, Issue 3

28.   Squires,D and Conole, G. (1999) Whither ALT-J? Alt-J, 1999. Volume 7, Issue 2

29.   Squires,D and Conole, G. (1999) Association of Learning Technology Journal. ALT-J, 1999. Volume 7, Part 2

30.   Conole, G., Oliver,M and Seale,J (2000) Editorial ALT-J, 2000 Volume 9, Issue 3

31.   Conole, G. (2001) Editorial, ALT-J Volume 9, Issue 3

Internet and software developments

1.         Cloudworks social networking site for learning and teaching, http://cloudworks.ac.uk

2.         CompendiumLD software for learning design, http://compendiumld.open.ac.uk

3.         e4innovation blog, http://e4innovation.com, 408 blog posts as of 11/1/2011

4.         DialogPlus Learning design toolkit (2004), http://www.nettle.soton.ac.uk/toolkit/

5.         Conole, G., Crewe,ET, Oliver,M and Harvey,J (2000) Evaluation and Utilisation of Learning Materials, JISC JCALT, 4/99 Call. Evaluation Toolkit, http://www.ltss.bris.ac.uk/jcalt/ (no longer available)

6.         Oliver,M, Conole, G., Kewell,B and Connected Learning Limited, (1999), Media Advisor v.2d, Teaching and Learning Technology Centre, University of North London, Interactive software developed in Toolbook, http://www.unl.ac.uk/ltri/demos/demos.htm

Magazine articles, newsletters and media

1.Conole, G. (2014), Innovative learning and the future of education, 25th September 2014, BMF 89.9 radio, Singapore, http://www.bfm.my/innovation-learning-future-of-education-grainne-conole.html

2.Conole, G. and De Cicco, E. (2012), Towards open educational practices, Adult learning magazine.

3.Conole, G. (2004), ‘The role of e-learning research in informing practice’, invited article for LTSN magazine

4.Conole, G. (2004), ‘The role of evaluation in the quality assurance of e-learning’, Learning and Teaching in Action, Volume 3, Issue 2, Summer 2004, 15-18

5.Conole, GC, ‘Pebbles in the pond - report on the external evaluation of the CAA centre’, CAA Newsletter, November 2001

6.Conole, GC News from the ILRT ‘Time for a change’ Interact, April 2002 Issue Learning Technology Support Service, University of Bristol, 2002. 1p. 25-25 ISSN 1368-4590 URL: http://www.ltss.bris.ac.uk/

7.Conole, G. An Overview of WebCT. Interact, February 2000. Issue 20 Learning Technology Support Service, University of Bristol, 2000. 2pp. 8-9 ISSN 1368-4590 URL: http://www.ltss.bris.ac.uk/in20p08.htm

8.Conole, G. News From the ILRT. Interact, February 2000. Issue 20 Learning Technology Support Service, University of Bristol, 2000. 1p. 25-25 ISSN 1368-4590 URL: http://www.ltss.bris.ac.uk/in20p25.htm

9.Conole, G. News from the ILRT. Interact, October 2000. Volume 21 Learning Technology Support Service, University of Bristol, 2000. 2pp. 24-25 ISSN 1368-4590 URL: http://www.ltss.bris.ac.uk/interact.htm

10.Conole, G. Director’s Message. ILRT Annual Report 1999/2000. 2000.

11.Squires,D and Conole, G. All Change at ALT-J. Association for Learning Technology Newsletter. Volume 25 2000. 3

12.Conole, G. An Evaluation Toolkit for Practitioners. Interact, October 2000. Volume 21 Learning Technology Support Service, University of Bristol, 2000. 2pp. 6-7 ISSN 1368-4590 URL: http://www.ltss.bris.ac.uk/interact21/in21p06.htm

13.Conole, G. Interview, Head of Technology-based Learning. Omnibus Magazine, No. 95, 22nd March, 1999, University of North London. University of North London Press, 1999. URL: http://www.unl.ac.uk/omnibus/omnib95.pdf


14.Conole, G. Director’s Message. ILRT Annual Report 1998_1999. 1999.