Maria Zenios supervises 1 postgraduate research students. Some of the students have produced research profiles, these are listed below:
Formerly at Lancaster University
I am interested in supervising PhD candidates researching the innovative ways in which emerging technologies can support and augment learning and teaching, including their potential, impact and applications in education and life-long learning. My current PhD research students work in thefollowing areas:Technology-enhanced learning; Networked learning and e-learning design; Open and distance learning; Collaborative knowledge construction; Online communities; Simulation based learning.
Zenios, M.(2011) Epistemic activities and collaborative learning: towards an analytical model for studying knowledge construction in networked learning settings. Journal of Computer Assisted Learning, 27 (3), 259-268.
Zenios, M. and Smith, C., (2010) Organisational patterns for e-learning centres,in P. Goodyear and S. Retalis (Eds). E-learning, Design Patterns and Pattern Languages, Sense Publications.
Zenios, M (2008) Technology Enhanced Learning for Teacher Development: a case study of professional learning and initial teacher education, Saarbruken: VDM
Goodyear, P. and Zenios, M. (2007) Discussion, collaborative knowledge work and epistemic fluency.British Journal of Educational Studies, 55 (4) pp.351-368.
Zenios, M., Goodyear, P., and Jones, C. (2004) Researching the impact of the networked information environment on learning and teaching, Computers and Education, 43, pp. 205-213.
Zenios, M., Banks, F. and Moon B. (2004) Stimulating professional development through CMC: a case study of networked learning and initial teacher education, in P. Goodyear, S., Banks, V. Hodgson and McConnell, D. (Eds.) Advances in research on networked learning , Kluwer, MA.
Zenios, M., Jones, C., Goodyear, P. and Asensio, M. (2004) Designing to facilitate learning through networked technologies: factors influencing theimplementation of digital resources in higher education, Paper presented at ALT-C 2004 Conference: Blue Skies and Pragmatism: Learning technologies forthe next decade, Exeter UK, September 14-16, 2004. Published at http://www.noe-kaleidoscope.org/pub/researcher/openarchive/
Hodgson, V. and Zenios, M. (2003) Designing networked learning environments for dialogical learning, in B. Wasson, S. Ludvigsen and U. Hoppe (Eds.) Designing for Learning in Networked Learning Environments Kluwer, Dordrecht.
Research output: Book/Report/Proceedings › Book
Research output: Contribution to conference › Conference paper