Alison Walker 


   Position: Lecturer Work Based Learning (0.7)
   School: Cardiff School of Health Sciences
   Telephone: +44(0)29 2041 7053
   Room No: D2.10


  • Psy4009 Psychology for learning and work
  • Psy5012 student volunteering
  • psy5013 psychology at work

Conference Presentations
  • “Meeting Diverse Learning Styles using Interactive Technology” Presentation with Christine Jones, RSC-Wales at IEEC Conference, Cardiff, September 2011
  • “Rock, Paper, Digital Interface” Presentation with Maria Hayes at Diverse Conference, Maine, USA, July 2010
  • “Widening Access and Participation using Videoconferencing” Presentation at Excellence in Learning and Teaching Conference, Swansea University, 11 May 2010
  • “Pedagogical Uses for Videoconferencing in Higher Education” Presentation at the University of Groningen, Netherlands, November 2009
  • “Enhancing the Curriculum using Cross Sector Collaboration” Presentation at VC Users Group, London, November 2009
  • “Models of Good Practice in Videoconferencing for Learning and Teaching” Masterclass at Diverse Conference, Aberystwyth, 24 June 2009
  • “Until there’s teleportation… there’s always videoconferencing” Presentation at Excellence in Learning and Teaching Conference, Swansea University, 2 June 2009
  • “Real Learning in a Video World: Learner attitudes to Videoconferencing” Presentation at HEFCW E for Enhancement Conference, 2 April 2009
  • “Quality and Standards: Technology Enhanced Provision” presentation at RSC Wales: Come to the Edge, Llandrindod Wells, 7 February 2008 (for ESTYN, with Liam Kealy, HMI)
  • “Using Videoconferencing in Adult and Community Based Learning” presentation at RSC Wales E-Awareness for the ACL and Voluntary Sector, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire, 15 November 2007 and Cardiff, 5 December 2007
  • “Cross sector collaboration using videoconferencing” Presentation at HEFCW: From Margin to Mainstream, Llandrindod Wells 13 November 2007
  • “Using Videoconferencing for Collaborative Learning” Presentation at Dysg E-Learning Conference, Cardiff, 3 July 2007