Ms Terri Rees
Profiles

Ms Terri Rees

Associate Lecturer

Doctoral College

Role

Associate Lecturer 

Educational researcher

Associate Lecturer with the Open University on the Master's in Open and Distance Education

 

 

Qualifications

College of St. Mark and St. John, Plymouth, BA(Hons)

University of Plymouth, M.Sc. Social Research Methods

University of Plymouth, Pg.Cert. Learning and Teaching in Higher Education

University of Plymouth, PgDip (Ed) 

Currently employed as an Associate Lecturer for the Open University on the Master's in Open and Distance Education

Professional membership

  • Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.

 

Roles on external bodies

Past Trustee of the Community Council of Devon; Reviewer for LATTISS, ESCALATE and Studies in Higher Education; Previously grants panelist and organising committee member for ELESIG.

 

Teaching interests

Technology enhanced learning;

open and distance pedagogy;

online and open research methods;

assessment, particularly self, peer and group assessment; 

equality, diversity and accessible Education;

qualitative research methods.

Research interests

Open and online research are my current primary focus.

Other research interests: professional development of teaching staff; equality, diversity and accessibility in higher education; self, peer and group assessment; peer and self directed learning; open and distance learning.

Other research

See publications.

Key publications are highlighted

Journals
Articles
Xu J & Rees T 2016 'Distance Learning Course Design Expectations in China and the United Kingdom' American Journal of Distance Education , DOI PEARL
Boyask RA, Rees T, Gristy C & Knowler H 2014 'Implications of localism in educational policy on the aspirations of young people in Cornwall' Social and Public Policy Review PEARL
Schoenborn P & Rees T 2013 'A Module Designed with Chaos and Complexity in Mind' Innovation in Teaching and Learning in Information and Computer Sciences 12, (1) 14-26 , DOI
Rees TJ, Carkett R, Burkhill S, Hilsdon J, Franklyn-Stokes A & Cotton D 2007 'How will they ever learn?' Educational Developments (8.3)
Conference Papers
Rees TJ 2010 'International students’ experience of online learning activities: an annotated bibliography' Elesig Leeds 01/01/2010
Rees TJ, Boyask R, Gristy C, Knowler H, Rae T, Murphy M & Waite S 2009 'The role of schooling in furthering the aspirations of and for young people in local communities: Understanding contexts for educational change, a research report'
Rees TJ, Yorke J, Hametz I & Pannel M 0 'Investigating the power of presence: using online communities to support new academic faculty' IASTED Switzerland 01/01/2005 Acta Press 367-370
Reports
Rees TJ, Boyask R, Gristy C, Knowler H, Murphy M, Rae T & Waite S 2009 The role of schooling in furthering the aspirations of and for young people in rural communities: Understanding contexts for educational change.
Rees TJ, Boyask R, Gristy C, Knowler H, Murphy M, Rae T & Waite S 2009 The role of schooling in furthering the aspirations of and for young people in rural communities: Understanding contexts for educational change.
Other Publications
Rees TJ 2010 International students' experience of online learning activities: an annotated bibliography. HEA 0 0
Rees TJ 0 Book Reviews. Studies in Higher Education and Higher Education Academy 20060101 20100101

Other academic activities

Development and delivery of postgraduate skills courses:

  • Time Management;
  • Negotiation Skills;
  • Giving and Receiving Feedback;
  • Delivering Presentations

 

Additional information

Am open to educational research collaboration.