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My research interests involve the pedagogy of educational technology, more specifically, the interface between learner, teacher and the technology including the design and use of multimedia and multimodal forms of communication in a range of education settings. Challenges associated with the design, development and implementation of technological innovations and the potential role of the teacher and learner remain central, active ingredients of my research.
Wood, Ruth and Shirazi, Shaista (2020) A systematic review of audience response systems for teaching and learning in higher education : the student experience. Computers & Education, 153, p. 103896. ISSN (print) 0360-1315
Reeves, Scott, Pelone, Ferruccio, Hendry, Julie, Lock, Nicholas, Marshall, Jayne, Pillay, Leontia and Wood, Ruth (2016) Using a meta-ethnographic approach to explore the nature of facilitation and teaching approaches employed in interprofessional education. Medical Teacher, 38(12), pp. 1221-1228. ISSN (print) 0142-159X
Wood, Ruth and Ashfield, Jean (2008) The use of the interactive whiteboard for creative teaching and learning in literacy and mathematics: a case study. British Journal of Educational Technology, 39(1), pp. 84-96. ISSN (print) 0007-1013
Wood, Ruth (2006) The design and development of a multimedia text for children. The International Journal of Learning, 13(4), pp. 15-22. ISSN (print) 1447-9494
Wood, Ruth, Cumpson, Ian and French, Fiona (2003) Evaluation of an online multimedia, teaching and learning resource: Allsorts primary school. Journal of Technology and Teacher Education (JTATE), 11(3), pp. 333-346. ISSN (print) 1059-7069
Wood, Ruth, Rawlings, Anne and Ozturk, Alayne (2003) Towards a new understanding: the 'Books alive! multimedia project'. Literacy, 37(2), pp. 90-93. ISSN (print) 1741-4350
French, Fiona, Cumpson, Ian and Wood, Ruth (2001) The specification and design of an interactive virtual environment for use in teacher training. Alt-J - Association for Learning Technology Journal, 9(1), pp. 50-61. ISSN (print) 0968-7769
Wood, Ruth, Jackson, Claire, Bayliss, Sandra and Usher, Nick (2021) The role of the teacher. In: Maisey, Daryl and Campbell-Barr, Verity, (eds.) Why do teachers need to know about child development? Strengthening professional identity and well-being. London, U.K. : Bloomsbury. pp. 127-142. ISBN 9781350084940
Wood, R. (2006) Mobile learning in initial teacher education. In: Morgan, K. , Brebbia, C.A. and Spector, J.M., (eds.) The internet society. Southampton, U.K. : WIT Press. pp. 51-60. II ISBN 9781845641702
Wood, Ruth (2004) What could happen next?: the potential of the talking book. In: Goodwin, Prue, (ed.) Literacy through creativity. London, U.K. : David Fulton. pp. 73-82. ISBN 1843120879
Ljubojevic, Dejan, Paliokosta, Paty, Puni, Amit and Wood, Ruth (2021) The realpedagogik : linking learning design research with learning design practice. In: International Research Conference 2021 : (Re)connecting, (Re)building : Higher Education in Transformative Times; 06 - 10 Dec 2021, Held online.
Ljubojevic, Dejan and Wood, Ruth [Author-contributor] (2020) Timeless goals and timely means. In: ECER 2020 : Educational Research (Re)connecting Communities; 23 - 28 Aug 2020, Glasgow, U.K. (Held online).
Wood, Ruth, Shirazi, Shaista and Dowling, Maria (2019) A systematic review of the literature focussing upon the use of clicker-type technologies for teaching and learning in Higher Education. In: BERA Conference 2019; 10 - 12 Sep 2019, Manchester, U.K.. (Unpublished)
Wood, Ruth and Sartori, Daniele (2016) Professionality and student attendance on an undergratuate teacher education programme in higher education. In: ECER 2016: Leading Education: The Distinct Contributions of Educational Research and Researchers; 23-26 Aug 2016, Dublin, Ireland. (Unpublished)
Hendry, Julie, Wood, Ruth and Sartori, Daniele (2015) Social interaction, online access and attendance on taught programmes; a cross-disciplinary student perspective. In: HEIR Network Conference 2015: The Stories We Tell: Using Institutional Research to Enhance Policy, Practice and Engagement; 10-11 Sep 2015, Paisley, U.K.. (Unpublished)
Wood, Ruth (2012) An examination of children's interactions with multimedia texts : the development of narrative. In: Euro-American Conference for Academic Disciplines & Creativity; 26-29 Jun 2012, Prague, Czech Republic. (Unpublished)
Wood, Ruth and Atkinson, Shirley (2011) The mediation of online safeguarding by primary school teachers: perspectives from students completing a PGCE programme. In: EU Kids Online; 22-23 Sep 2011, London, U.K.. (Unpublished)
Wood, Ruth (2010) An examination of children's experiences of multimedia text within the school and the home: implications for pedagogy. In: Edulearn10: International conference on education and new learning technologies; 5-7 July 2010, Barcelona, Spain. ISBN 9788461393862
Wood, Ruth, Atkinson, Shirley, Johnson, Christopher and Phippen, Andrew (2007) Mobile phones and schools; the development of a taxonomy of risk. In: World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare, and Higher Education; 15-19 October 2007, Quebec, Canada.
Wood, R. (2006) Mobile learning and initial teacher education. In: Second International Conference on the Internet Society : Advances in Education, Commerce and Governance : The Internet Society 2006; 12 Jun 2006, Southampton, England. (Unpublished)
Wood, Ruth, Lloyd, Elizabeth and Ashfield, Jean (2006) Student teacher perceptions of the use of mobile technologies for teaching and learning. In: World Conference on E-learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare and Higher Education (ELEARN) 2006; 13-17 Oct 2006, Honolulu, Hawaii, U.S..
French, Fiona, Cumpson, Ian and Wood, Ruth (2001) Evaluating the impact of multimedia virtual learning environments : A visit to a virtual primary school. In: ED-MEDIA 2001--World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia & Telecommunications; 25-30 Jun 2001, Tampere, Finland.
Wood, Ruth Helen (2010) An exploration of children's experiences of interactive multimedia text: a case study. (Ed.D thesis), Kingston University, uk.bl.ethos.537582.