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Hassan, Iman and Hayes, Sarah L (2016). Transforming the relationship between staff and students to effect change. Journal of educational innovation, partnership and change, 2 (1),
Hayes, Sarah (2015). A sphere of resonance for networked learning in the ‘non-places’ of our universities. E-learning and digital media, 12 (3-4), pp. 265-278.
Gill, Baljit; Hayes, Sarah and Senior, Carl (2015). The effects of family support and gender on mature student engagement in higher education. Frontiers in Psychology, 6 ,
Hayes, Sarah and Jandrić, Petar (2014). Who is really in charge of contemporary education? People and technologies in, against and beyond the neoliberal university. Open Review of Educational Research, 1 (1), pp. 193-210.
Hayes, Sarah (2015). MOOCs and quality:a review of the recent literature. Quality Assurance Agency (QAA).
Hayes, Sarah L (2015). Digital learning, discourse and ideology. IN: Encyclopedia of educational philosophy and theory. Peters, Michael (ed.) Living reference work (Continuously updated). Singapore: Springer.
Hayes, Sarah (2015). Encouraging the intellectual craft of living research:tattoos, theory and time. IN: Learning to research - researching to learn. Guerin, Cally; Bartholomew, Paul and Nygaard, Claus (eds) The learning in Higher Education series . Faringdon (UK): Libri.
Hayes, Sarah and Bartholomew, Paul (2015). An introduction to policy as it relates to technology enhanced learning. IN: Technology enhanced learning in Higher Education. Branch, John; Bartholomew, Paul and Nygaard, Calus (eds) The learning in Higher Education . Faringdon (UK): Libri.
Hayes, Sarah and Bartholomew, Paul (2015). Where’s the humanity? Challenging the policy discourse of ‘technology enhanced learning’. IN: Technology enhanced learning in Higher Education. Branch, John; Bartholomew, Paul and Nygaard, Calus (eds) The learning in Higher Education . Faringdon (UK): Libri.
Hayes, Sarah (2015). Counting on use of technology to enhance learning. IN: Critical learning in digital networks. Jandrić, Petar and Boras, Damir (eds) Research in networked learning, Part II . Cham (CH): Springer.
Hayes, Sarah (2014). Learning from a deceptively spacious policy discourse. IN: Proceedings of the 9th international Conference on Networked Learning 2014. Bayne, S.; Jones, C.; de Laat, M.; Ryberg, T. and Sinclair, C. (eds) Lancaster University.
Conference or Workshop Item
Hayes, Sarah; Lowe, Pam K.; Gruszczynska, Anna and Marsh, Darren (2010). Motivations to deposit: two approaches to Open Educational Resources (OER) within Languages and Social Sciences (LSS) at Aston University. IN: European Universities Information Systems (EUNIS) 2010. Warsaw (PL), 2010-06-23 - 2010-06-25. (Unpublished)
Hayes, Sarah; Godsk, Mikkel and Andersen, Majbrit Vandso (2009). Inspiring lecturers: sharing e-learning practice through european case studies. IN: EUNIS 2009. Santiago de Compostela, 2009-06-01.
Rothery, Andrew and Hayes, Sarah (2009). Engaging tutors in using e-repositories for learning and teaching. IN: EUNIS 2009. Santiago de Compostela, 2009-06-01.
Hayes, Sarah L. (2015). The political discourse and material practice of technology enhanced learning. PhD thesis, Aston University.