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fostering innovation, change & agility through technology and new media


Peter Chatterton has published the following:

Papers and conferences

  • “Increasing the Focus on Graduate Employability”, Open Forum Event: “Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF) – Raising Quality Standards”    

Peter Chatterton. July, 2016

  • Beyond the Placement: "Adding value to the student work experience". CRA (Centre for Recording Achievement) Seminar "Fostering a Culture of Employability and Enterprise"

Peter Chatterton, April, 2018

  • Keynote: "Preparing students for lifelong employability in a digital world", University of Ulster L&T Conference - Student employability

Peter Chatterton, 2016

  • Keynote: "Tech-savvy teaching and learning for non-geeks", 14th Learning and Teaching Symposium, University of Westminster

Peter Chatterton, June, 2015

  • Keynote: "Resurrecting assessment and feedback as tools for student learning", University of Westminster Business School

Peter Chatterton and Gunter Saunders, 2014

  • The Work-based Learning Maturity Toolkit: Evolution into a Reflective Tool to Promote Work-based Learning.

Peter Chatterton, Andrew Comrie, Gunter Saunders, Peter Hartley, Alan Masson, ALT-C 2013 (Nottingham)

  • The Making Assessment Count (MAC) framework: A cross-institutional evaluation.  

Peter Chatterton, Mark Clements, Mark Kerrigan, Mark Gamble, Loretta Newman-Ford, Maria Papaefthimiou, Kate Reader, and Gunter Saunders ALT-C 2013 (Nottingham)

  • Making Assessment Count

Peter Chatterton and Mark Kerrigan SOLSTICE conference, Edge Hill University, June 2013

  • Extending opportunities for life-long learning in a digital age – institutional approaches to mainstreaming new flexible and cost-effective practices and technologies.  

Peter Chatterton, Eta de Dicco, Neil Whitt, Andrew Comrie, ALT-C 2012 (Manchester)

  • Promoting sector best practice in employer engagement and responsive & flexible curricula using the work-based learning maturity toolkit

Peter Chatterton, Eta de Dicco, Kate Barrett, Claire Eustance, Mary Mahoney, Employer Engagement in a Digital Age conference, University of Greenwich, 2012

  • Designing responsive & cost-effective curricula for work-based learners – effective practice in a digital age

Peter Chatterton, Eta de Dicco, Emma Purnell, Alison Felce, Mary Mahoney, International Blended Learning Conference 2012 (University of Hertfordshire)

  • “Critical Friends: a valuable role in educational innovation?

Peter Chatterton, Peter Hartley, Peter Bullen, The Higher Education Academy Annual Conference 2011.

  • Keynote: "Sustaining and embedding innovations: challenges and opportunities", ALPS Conference: Work-based Learning and Assessment for the Next Decade

Peter Chatterton, University of Leeds, 2010

  • “The role of Critical Friends in supporting institutions in moving from innovation to institutional enhancement.”

Peter Chatterton, Peter Hartley, Sixth International Blended Learning Conference, 15-16 June 2011, University of Hertfordshire.

  • “Effective learning, working and communicating in a digital age”, Communication & Literacy Matters.

Peter Chatterton, College of Teachers, Institute of Education, 10 November 2011

  • “Sustaining and embedding innovations to achieve institutional enhancement in learning and teaching.”

Peter Chatterton, Peter Bullen, Sixth International Blended Learning Conference, June 2011, University of Hertfordshire.

  • "Supporting literacy through technology", International Communication and Literacy Conference, College of Teachers

Peter Chatterton, London, 2012

  • “From Camels to Critical Friends: intervention strategies for sustainable innovation”, EUNIS

Gill Ferrell, Stephen Brown, Peter Chatterton, Dublin 2011

  • “Understanding the Challenge of employer engagement: technologies and processes to meet the needs of work based learners and of their employers”

Peter Chatterton, Paul Bailey, Ruth Drysdale; ALT-C 2011, 6-8 September 2011, Leeds

  • “Measuring e-Impact in Further and Higher Education”

Bacsich, Pepler, Chatterton, O'Hare and Karran, Learning and Technolgoy World Forum, London, 2009

  • From Digitally divided to digitally united: how do we get there?

Eileen Webb, Judith Kuit, Dina Vyortkina, David O’Hare,  Peter Chatterton ALT-C 2008

  • “Benchmarking post-benchmarking: how HEIs can leverage on programme results and resources to carry out benchmarking e-learning in future”

Paul Bacsich & Peter Chatterton; ALT-C, Sept 2008, Leeds.

  • “The Merseyside e-Community” Auto Industry Regional Dialogue, June 2001, ICC, Birmingham, UK

  • “New Multimedia and Internet Open Distance Learning Course Development.”

Conference Baltic IT&T'99 - 3rd International Conference "Information Technologies and Telecommunications In the Baltic States", Riga, Latvia, April, 1999, Riga Congress Palace (joint-author)

  • “The Virtual Automotive Learning Environment”

Conference “Education in Automotive Engineering”, Birmingham, November, 1999 (in conjunction with Professor Peter Bullen, Dr Frank Haddleton, Penny Taylor, Monica Young).

  • “Application of Newly Developed Technologies to Academic Course Delivery and Management.”

Conference, “Teaching Science for Technology”, Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, June, 1997 (in conjunction with Dr Frank Haddleton, Prof Geoff Johnson)

  • “The e-Learning Benchmarking Expeditionary Force”

ALT-C 2006 – The Next Generation (Contributor towards the paper presentation from the Higher Education Academy)

  • “Sustainable Learning in the Automotive Supply Chain.”

Conference “Education in Automotive Engineering”, Birmingham, November, 1999 (in conjunction with Professor Neil Barlow, Dr Andrew Lyons, Alan Glover, Dr Michael Jones, Barrie Oxtoby).

  • “Experience with the Automotive College – Use of the Internet for Developing, Managing and Delivering Learning Programmes.”

Conference of the European Motor Industry Training Network, “Computer Based Learning Seminar”, June, 1999, Birmingham

  • “Internet Learning Communities within the UK Automotive Components Sector.” Conference “Boosting SMEs through the Internet” –

Peter Chatterton, Paris, February 1999

  • “Technology-Enhanced Learning within Ford of Europe.”

Conference “Online Educa – Online Learning Technologies”, Berlin, 1998 (in conjunction with Professor Geoff Johnson)

  • “Technology-Enhanced Flexible Learning.”

Conference “1997 Ford Global  Deans Conference”, Anglia Polytechnic, University, Essex, UK.

  • Multimedia Case Studies in Distance Learning – Developing Design Principles”.

4th Annual Distance Learning Conference, Texas A&M University Austin, Texas, 1997 (in conjunction with Professor David Birchall and Matty Smith, Henley Management College)

Books, Guides and Management Reports

Business Communication Rethinking your professional practice for the post-digital age

Peter Hartley and Peter Chatterton

Published by Routledge in 2015

Technology for Employability

Study into the role of technology in developing student employability

Peter Chatterton & Geoff Rebbeck

Publishing by Jisc, 2015

Technology for Employability Toolkit

Peter Chatterton

Published by Jisc, 2015

Industry 4.0: Implications, Issues and Opportunities for Higher Education

Peter Chatterton, 2015

Digital 3.0 in Higher Education

IT Departments at the vanguard of digital leadership and disruptive innovation

Peter Chatterton, 2018

Published by Atkins Management Consultants

Eight lessons from the private sector for universities investing in technology-enhanced learning

Peter Chatterton

Published by The Efficiency Exchange, 2015

Flexible Curriculum Toolkit

Peter Chatterton, Martha Caddell and Heather Gibson

Published by QAA Scotland, 2014

Producing employable graduates consistently: challenges and opportunities

Interneting: The Complete Practical Guide to the Internet.

Kelsey Publishing (1997)

Does Your Company Need Multimedia? How to Maximise the Commercial Benefits.

The Financial Times and Pitman Publishing (1993).

The Financial Times Handbook of Management.

Chapter on the business applications of multimedia technology

The Financial Times and Pitman Publishing (1995).

Information Management in the Oil and Gas Industry: A New Vision For Productivity and Safety.

Financial Times Business Information (1991).

Your Home Office: A Practical Guide to using Technology Successfully.

Kogan Page/The Daily Express (1995). 3rd edition (1997).

Jisc Good Practice Guides

Authored by Peter Chatterton

Sustaining and Embedding Innovations Good Practice Guide

Designing for Participant Engagement with Blackboard Collaborate - A Good Practice Guide

Work-based Learning Maturity Toolkit

Supporting the HE/FE Sectors in Enhancing Employer Provision

Critical Friends: An Effective Practice Guide