Shirley Williams
Shirley Williams
Professor of Learning Technologies, University of Reading
Verified email at reading.ac.uk
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MOOCs: A systematic study of the published literature 2008-2012
TR Liyanagunawardena, AA Adams, SA Williams
International Review of Research in Open and Distributed Learning 14 (3 …, 2013
14972013
What do people study when they study Twitter? Classifying Twitter related academic papers
SA Williams, MM Terras, C Warwick
Journal of documentation, 2013
2452013
Massive open online courses on health and medicine
TR Liyanagunawardena, SA Williams
Journal of medical Internet research 16 (8), e191, 2014
2422014
The impact and reach of MOOCs: a developing countries’ perspective
TR Liyanagunawardena, S Williams, AA Adams
eLearning Papers, 38-46, 2014
2252014
Dropout: MOOC participants’ perspective
TR Liyanagunawardena, P Parslow, S Williams
1252014
Who are with us: MOOC learners on a F uture L earn course
TR Liyanagunawardena, KŲ Lundqvist, SA Williams
British Journal of Educational Technology 46 (3), 557-569, 2015
882015
Elderly learners and massive open online courses: a review
TR Liyanagunawardena, SA Williams
Interactive journal of medical research 5 (1), e4937, 2016
532016
Back to basics: How measures of lexical diversity can help discriminate between CEFR levels
J Treffers-Daller, P Parslow, S Williams
Applied Linguistics 39 (3), 302-327, 2018
522018
Use of open educational resources in higher education
A Adams, T Liyanagunawardena, N Rassool, S Williams
British Journal of Educational Technology 44 (5), E149-E150, 2013
452013
Programming models for parallel systems
SA Williams
New York, NY (USA); John Wiley and Sons Inc., 1990
441990
An instructional design model for constructivist learning
L Sun, S Williams
EdMedia+ Innovate Learning, 2476-2486, 2004
372004
Massive open online courses and economic sustainability
TR Liyanagunawardena, KO Lundqvist, SA Williams
European Journal of Open, Distance and E-learning 18 (2), 95-111, 2015
312015
Building personalised functions into dynamic content packaging to support individual learners
L Sun, S Williams, K Ousmanou, J Lubega
Proceedings of the 2nd European Conference on e-Learning, Glasgow, 439-448, 2003
302003
An ontological approach to competency management
KŲ Lundqvist, K Baker, S Williams
272008
Knowledge Construction in e-Learning: designing an e-Learning environment
L Sun, S Williams, K Liu
Enterprise Information Systems V, 308-315, 2004
262004
Blended learning in distance education: Sri Lankan perspective
T Liyanagunawardena, A Adams, N Rassool, S Williams
International Journal of Education and Development using ICT 10 (1), 2014
242014
How Twitter is studied in the medical professions: A classification of Twitter papers indexed in PubMed
SA Williams, M Terras, C Warwick
Medicine 2.0 2 (2), 2013
232013
Ontology supported competency system
KŲ Lundqvist, K Baker, S Williams
International Journal of Knowledge and Learning 7 (3-4), 197-219, 2011
212011
Uses of mobile phones in higher education
J Lubega, R McCrindle, S Williams, U Armitage, I Clements
EdMedia+ Innovate Learning, 3951-3956, 2004
212004
Diode-array UV spectrometric evidence for a concentration dependent phase transition in dilute aqueous solutions of pluronic F87 (poloxamer 237)
S Gaisford, AE Beezer, JC Mitchell, W Loh, JK Finnie, SJ Williams
Journal of the Chemical Society, Chemical Communications, 1843-1844, 1995
211995
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