And the winner is!!!......

And the winner is!!!......

ECE Conference Prizes and Special Issue

ECE 2011 committee were delighted to have offers of prizes from Emerald, Elsevier, Dwelltime and McGraw-Hill and the opportunity for selected papers to appear in a Special Issue of PESTLHE .


Emerald Best Paper prizes

Emerald Group Publishing selected 2 papers from our shortlist and awarded the prizes (one year free subscription to a journal, an award certificate and publication in the journal subject to peer review) at the Conference Dinner on Thursday 7 July, and the winners were

Antoine Van Den Beemt. Developments in interactive media practices of young people – best paper prize from Multicultural Education & Technology Journal <>

Peter Clutterbuck, Owen Seamons and Terry Rowlands. Enhancing Information Systems Literacy Education via the Four Resources Model – best paper prize from Campus Wide Information Systems <>

Elsevier Best Paper in Healthcare Education Prize

The Elsevier prize-winning paper was awarded at the Conference Dinner on Thursday 7 July.
Amanda Lees and Rosemary Godbold. Engaging ethics education - exploring the potential of the Values Exchange decision making software: A case study.

The prize will be a year’s subscription to two Elsevier journals of the winner’s choice.

Dwelltime Best paper on the use of the web and emerging technologies in education and Pecha Kucha Prizes


The prize-winning paper this £250 Dwelltime best paper prize was awarded based on

and was :

Amanda Lees and Rosemary Godbold. Engaging ethics education - exploring the potential of the Values Exchange decision making software: A case study.

The £250 Pecha Kucha prize was awarded to the best performance of a Pecha Kucha, judged by a panel, and was awarded to:

David C Roberts. 6 mins and 40 seconds on networks, partnerships, and student engagement.

PESTLHE Special Issue

(edited by Frances Bell, Jaye McIsaac, and Moira Mc Loughlin)
Sixteen papers were sent to PESTLHE for consideration by their reviewing team.
The Emerald and Elsevier prize-winning papers were then excluded to avoid duplication of publication. The papers chosen for the Special Issue will be revised and published in August 2011.
These papers are:
Carolyn Dickie, David Pick and Theodora Issa. Leveraging learning experiences to promote student engagement in a business ethics class

Ricardo Simeoni. Positive student outcomes achieved within a large-cohort health foundation year course in the face of a changing and challenging educational environment           

Rachael Jacobs. Aesthetic development in pre-service teacher education: An interdisciplinary dialogue

Clive Holtham and Allan Owens. Using the urban to span the boundaries between diverse disciplines: Drama Education and Business Management              

Jenny Willis. Creative professionals for a world of complexity, change and competition

Karen Mc Cullagh. Click happy?: an analysis of the use of an Electronic Voting System (EVS) in large group lectures to improve interaction and engagement               

Daiga Kamerade. Group role-play as a method of facilitating student to student interaction and making theory relevant               


McGraw Hill Prize for Best Poster

The McGraw Hill £50 book prize for best poster was awarded to Pano Vlachopoulos from Aston University for his poster entitled: Developing self-regulated readers in online distance education: the case of educational reading groups.

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