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Dr Judith Enriquez-Gibson

Dr Judith Enriquez-Gibson

Telephone: 0151 231 5292

Biography

While my curriculum vitae would outline the events that make up my career, I would like this profile to present a brief narrative that weaves influences, experiences and serendipitous encounters into an emerging pattern of my academic endeavour and research interest in a scholarship that engages with the inter-disciplinary relations of various intellectual traditions from computer science to educational psychology, from philosophy to science and software and technology studies, from instructional design to literacy and media studies and informatics… a moving around the emerging area of digital humanities, puzzling over MOOCs and what does big data means to research ethics, practices, tools and methodologies.

I started 20 years ago in my journey as an academic in Higher Education. I have stayed and have known no other educational context of both study and work. I remain grateful in being educated to see the world not just through the lens of system code structures and functions - that there are multiple ways of thinking, seeing and doing.
I have assumed many roles and responsibilities – a teaching assistant, a tutor, a lecturer, a learning technologist, a curriculum designer, programme developer, supervisor, examiner, including a computer programmer and system analyst. My career journey took many twists and turns and has given me a globalised experience across continents. I have taught in the Philippines, Malaysia, UK and USA.
If I could pin down in two words the teaching and research scholarship I teach and learn to become, these would be – mobilities and literacies (for now).

Degrees

2007, University of Aberdeen, United Kingdom, PhD

Publications

Highlighted publications

Enriquez-Gibson J. 2016. Ethnography of corporeality: A carnal move in educational technology research British Journal of Educational Technology, 47 :1125-1134 >DOI

Enriquez-Gibson J, Gibson I. 2015. (Un)becoming tourist-teachers: Unveiling white racial identity in cross-cultural teaching programmes International Journal of Pedagogies and Learning, 10 :107-120 >DOI

Enriquez-Gibson J. 2015. Papier-mach(in)e: Thinking with “sticky ” paper in the cloud British Journal of Educational Technology, 46 :1354-1366 >DOI

Enriquez JG. 2013. Being (t)here: mobilising ‘mediaspaces’ of learning Learning, Media and Technology, 38 :319-336 >DOI >Link

Enriquez JG. 2010. Fluid centrality: a social network analysis of social-technical relations in computer-mediated communication International Journal of Research & Method in Education, 33 :55-67 >DOI

Enriquez JG. 2009. From Bush Pump to Blackboard: the fluid workings of a virtual environment E-learning and Digital Media, 6 :385-399 >DOI

Enriquez JG. 2009. Discontent with content analysis of online transcripts ALT-J Research in Learning Technology, 17 :101-113 >DOI

Journal Articles

Enriquez-Gibson J. 2016. Ethnography of corporeality: A carnal move in educational technology research British Journal of Educational Technology, 47 :1125-1134 >DOI

Enriquez-Gibson J, Gibson I. 2015. (Un)becoming tourist-teachers: Unveiling white racial identity in cross-cultural teaching programmes International Journal of Pedagogies and Learning, 10 :107-120 >DOI

Enriquez-Gibson J. 2015. Papier-mach(in)e: Thinking with “sticky ” paper in the cloud British Journal of Educational Technology, 46 :1354-1366 >DOI

Samruayruen B, Enriquez J, Natakuatoong O, Samruayruen K. 2013. Self-regulated learning: A key of a successful learner in online learning environments in Thailand Journal of Educational Computing Research, 48 :45-69 >DOI

Enriquez J. 2013. Being (t)here: Mobilising 'mediaspaces' of learning Learning, Media and Technology, 38 :319-336 >DOI

Enriquez JG. 2013. Being (t)here: mobilising ‘mediaspaces’ of learning Learning, Media and Technology, 38 :319-336 >DOI >Link

Enriquez JG. 2011. A Discussion by Any Other Name: disentangling words and practice in online conferencing E-learning and Digital Media, 8 :19-30

Enriquez JG. 2011. Tug-o-where: situating mobilities of learning (t)here Learning, Media and Technology, 36 :39-53

Enriquez JG. 2010. Photo-imaging and tagging the act of studying ASCILITE 2010 - The Australasian Society for Computers in Learning in Tertiary Education, :324-332

Enriquez JG. 2010. Fluid centrality: a social network analysis of social-technical relations in computer-mediated communication International Journal of Research & Method in Education, 33 :55-67 >DOI

Enriquez JG. 2009. Tug-o-where: Practising mobilities of learning (t)here ASCILITE 2009 - The Australasian Society for Computers in Learning in Tertiary Education, :273-284

Enriquez JG. 2009. From Bush Pump to Blackboard: the fluid workings of a virtual environment E-learning and Digital Media, 6 :385-399 >DOI

Enriquez JG. 2009. Discontent with content analysis of online transcripts ALT-J Research in Learning Technology, 17 :101-113 >DOI

Enriquez J. 2009. Configuring networked learning through Kelly's constructive alternativism The International Journal of Learning, 16 :263-277

Enriquez JG. 2008. Translating networked learning: un-tying relational ties online Journal of Computer-Assisted Learning, 24 :116-127

Conference Publication (journal proceedings)

Enriquez-Gibson J. 2014. Tracing digital traces of Phatic communion in #mooc Proceedings of the International Conference on e-Learning, ICEL, :45-49

Enriquez J, Ainsworth S, Crook C, O'Malley C, Gelmini G, Buda M. 2008. Turn-taking and Mode-switching in grounding text-based communication in the classroom Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning Conference, CSCL, :27-28

Enriquez-Gibson JG. Rhythms of Academic Mobility >Link

Enriquez-Gibson JG. Document-speak: what module guides, grids and marking criteria have to say about assessment practices

Chapters

Enriquez JG. 2009. Genre Analysis of Online Postings Dirckinck-Holmfield L, Jones C, Lindström B. Analysing networked learning practices in Higher Education and Continuing Professional Development :85-101 Sense Publishers. Rotterdam

Engagement & Impact

Conference presentation:

Title of presentation: Papier-mach(in)e: thinking with 'sticky' paper in the cloud, Conference title: 7th Global Conference: Cybercultures, Place/location of conference: Prague, Czech Republic, Presentation type: Oral presentation

Title of presentation: Following hushtag (#)MOOC: mobility of online courses on twitter, Conference title: Networked Learning Conference 2014, Place/location of conference: Edinburgh, Scotland, Presentation type: Oral presentation

Title of presentation: Critical Issues of cyber-research in social media, Conference title: 9th Global Cybercultures Conference, Place/location of conference: Lisbon, Portugal, Presentation type: Oral presentation

Title of presentation: Incorporating digital technologies into the lives of young children, Conference title: 24th EECERA Conference, Place/location of conference: Crete, Greece, Presentation type: Oral presentation

Title of presentation: Document-speak: what module guides, grids and marking criteria have to say about assessment practices, Conference title: LJMU Learning and Teaching Conference, Place/location of conference: Liverpool, UK, Presentation type: Oral presentation

Title of presentation: L-Drive: The Library as a Central Driver of Academic Literacy and Transition, Conference title: Improving University Teaching Conference, Place/location of conference: Ljubljana, Slovenia, Presentation type: Oral presentation

Title of presentation: The convergent and divergent boundaries of becoming a migrant academic, Conference title: SRHE Annual Research Conference, Place/location of conference: Newport. Wales, Presentation type: Oral presentation

External committees:

Committee name: Steering Group for the Cybercultures project, Organisation: Inter-disciplinarity.net, Position: Member of the Steering Group (3-year appointment)

Fellowships:

Fellowship title: Untold Stories of Embodied Gender in Academic Networks, Organisation: CMM Institute for Personal and Social Evolution, URL: http://cmminstitute.net/2016-2017-fellows

Fellowship title: LJMU Early Career Fellowship Grant, Organisation: LJMU

Membership of professional bodies:

Member, Society for Research in HE

Research Grants Awarded:

Teaching and Learning Academy, LJMU, Assessment as Learning, Grant value (£): £15,851, Duration of research project: 1 year

Teaching qualification:

Title of qualification gained: Senior Fellow, HEA