Liverpool Skylilne

Natural Sciences and Psychology

Dr Mark Feltham

Dr Mark Feltham

Telephone: 0151 231 2211

Publications

Journal article

Davies JM, Feltham MJ. 1996. Investigation into the impacts of cormorants phalacrocorax carbo carbo on angling catches on a river system Polish Journal of Ecology, 45 :273-277

Wolf TJ, Ellington CP, Davis S, Feltham MJ. 1996. Validation of the doubly labelled water technique for bumblebees Bombus terrestris (L) JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BIOLOGY, 199 :959-972 >Link

Feltham MJ, MacLean JC. 1996. Carlin tag recoveries as an indicator of predation on salmon smelts by goosanders and red-breasted mergansers JOURNAL OF FISH BIOLOGY, 48 :270-282 >DOI >Link

Davies JM, Feltham MJ, Walsingham MV. 1995. Fish wounding by cormorants, Phalacrocorax carbo L. Fisheries Management and Ecology, 2 :321-324 >DOI

FELTHAM MJ. 1995. Predation of Atlantic salmon, Salmo salar L., smolts and parr by red‐breasted mergansers, Mergus serrator L., on two Scottish rivers Fisheries Management and Ecology, 2 :289-298 >DOI

FELTHAM MJ. 1995. CONSUMPTION OF ATLANTIC SALMON SMELTS AND PARR BY GOOSANDERS - ESTIMATES FROM DOUBLY-LABELED WATER MEASUREMENTS OF CAPTIVE BIRDS RELEASED ON 2 SCOTTISH RIVERS JOURNAL OF FISH BIOLOGY, 46 :273-281 >DOI >Link

FELTHAM MJ. 1990. THE DIET OF RED-BREASTED MERGANSERS (MERGUS-SERRATOR) DURING THE SMOLT RUN IN NE SCOTLAND - THE IMPORTANCE OF SALMON (SALMO-SALAR) SMOLTS AND PARR JOURNAL OF ZOOLOGY, 222 :285-292 >DOI >Link

FELTHAM MJ, MARQUISS M. 1989. THE USE OF 1ST VERTEBRAE IN SEPARATING, AND ESTIMATING THE SIZE OF, TROUT (SALMO-TRUTTA) AND SALMON (SALMO-SALAR) IN BONE REMAINS JOURNAL OF ZOOLOGY, 219 :113-122 >DOI >Link

Conference publication

Davies JM, Feltham MJ. 1996. The diet of wintering cormorants Phalacrocorax carbo in relation to angling catches on a coarse river fishery in north-west England Greenstreet SPR, Tasker ML. AQUATIC PREDATORS AND THEIR PREY, Conference on Aquatic Predators and Their Prey :106-110 >Link

Feltham MJ, Davies JM. 1996. The daily food requirements of fish-eating birds: Getting the sums right Greenstreet SPR, Tasker ML. AQUATIC PREDATORS AND THEIR PREY, Conference on Aquatic Predators and Their Prey :53-57 >Link

Engagement & Impact

Conference presentation:

Drones, bones and mobile phones: transforming STEM through Maker Education., HEA Conference, ‘Inspire to Succeed: transforming teaching and learning in STEM, Nottingham, Oral presentation

Shifting sands: the changing faces of 21st century learners., LJMU Teaching & Learning Conference., LJMU, Oral presentation

Drones, bones and mobile phones: how the maker movement is reinventing education., LJMU Teaching & Learning Conference., LJMU, Oral presentation

Who-topia: towards an alternative teaching and learning universe., ACRE (Annual Conference for Research In Education) Controversies in Education: problems, debates, solutions, Edge Hill University, Oral presentation

Maker Education, Social Media and Creative Learning in the biosciences: giving students choice., Society for Experimental Biology Symposium: Teaching and communicating science in a digital age, London, Oral presentation

Doing Statistics Differently: creative learning with Facebook., CETL MSOR Annual Conference Mathematics and Statistics Teaching, Learning and Support: Real, Virtual, Mobile., Cardiff, Oral presentation

Skinning the statistical cat: creative ways to engage students using social media., SIGMA (NW) Creating and maintaining a social media presence., LJMU, Oral presentation

Creative Learning Horizons: what happens when you let students choose how they’d like to learn?, LJMU Teaching & Learning Conference, LJMU, Oral presentation

10 reasons why you should use social media in your teaching, MELSIG Social Media for Learning., LJMU, Oral presentation

A fly on the Facebook wall: teaching using social media., MELSIG Smart Devices for Learning #3, Manchester Metropolitan University, Oral presentation

External collaboration:

Future Tech Studio, Warrington, C.M. Keep

Future Tech Studio, Warrington, C.M.Keep

Media Coverage:

http://oomlout.co.uk/blogs/news/35838913-a-field-report-from-liverpool-makefest-2015, http://www.liverpoolecho.co.uk/whats-on/whats-on-news/five-crazy-things-you-can-9514106, http://www.liverpoolecho.co.uk/whats-on/whats-on-news/what-is-liverpool-makefest-2015-9468084, Liverpool Makefest 2015

Public engagement:

DoES Liverpool, Gostings Buidling, Liverpool, COMMUNITY EVENT: International Women's Day 2015, Demonstrating Laser Cutting, General Public, 50, http://doesliverpool.com/weeknotes/week-196-celebrating-women-makers/

Life Sciences Centre, Newcastle-upon.Tyne, COMMUNITY EVENT: MakerFaire UK 2014, Ran soldering workshop for kids, Children (7+), 5000+, http://www.getintonewcastle.co.uk/whats-on/events/maker-faire-uk-2014/

Future Tech Studio, Warrington, OUTREACH: Drones at Future Tech Studio, Warrington, Open-source scratch-building drones, School Pupils (14-16), 10

Future Tech Studio, Warrington, OUTREACH: STEM enrichment at Future Tech Studio, Warrington, Open-source scratch-built robotics, School Pupils (14-16), 10

Liverpool Central Library, COMMUNITY EVENT: Liverpool Makefest 2016, UPCOMING: co-organising and running Liverpool's largest one day STE(A)M festival, General Public, 3500+, https://lpoolmakefest.wordpress.com/

Liverpool Central Library, COMMUNITY EVENT: Liverpool Makefest 2015, Co-founded, organised and ran Liverpools' biggest one day STE(A)M festival, Genral Public, 3500+, http://www.liverpoolecho.co.uk/news/liverpool-news/innovation-display-liverpool-central-library-9539586

Life Science Centre, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, COMMUNITY EVENT: MakerFaire UK 2015, Ran soldering workshop for kids, Children (7-11), 5000+, http://www.chroniclelive.co.uk/whats-on/family-kids-news/maker-faire-newcastle-families-up-9122999

Life Science Centre, Newcastle upon Tyne, COMMUNITY EVENT: MakerFaire UK 2015 - The HEdWorks Project, Ran stand at festival showcasing LJMU student STEM projects, General Public, 5000+, http://www.chroniclelive.co.uk/whats-on/family-kids-news/maker-faire-newcastle-families-up-9122999

Hillcrest Hotel, Widnes, A rock, a torch and a tiger:complexity theory explained, Talk, General Public, 30+

LJMU Art & Design Academy, COMMUNITY EVENT: OggCamp 2015, Co-organized and ran Science and Technology Stalls and Workshops, General Public, 500+, http://oggcamp.org/

The festival is staged across more than 50 locations, Light Night Liverpool 2015 - fun with Arduinos and robots, Ran hands-on show and tell of physical computing and robotics for kids, Families and kids (aged 5+), 50+, http://www.cultureliverpool.co.uk/light-night-2015/

Life Sciences UTC, Liverpool, OUTREACH: Scratch Building Open-source robots for STEM, Ran scratch building simple robots enrichment session, School Pupils (14-16), 30, http://lifesciencesutc.co.uk/

Ignite Liverpool, Leaf Cafe, COMMUNITY EVENT: Mobile technologies, maker education and the future of University degrees, Quickfire Presentation, General Public, 100+, http://igniteliverpool.com/