Dr Milena Bobeva
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A generic toolkit for the successful management of Delphi studies
J Day, M Bobeva
The Electronic Journal of Business Research Methodology 3 (2), 103-116, 2005
4612005
Strategies for digital inclusion: Towards a pedagogy for embracing and sustaining student diversity and engagement with online learning.
BH Clarida, M Bobeva, M Hutchings, J Taylor
IAFOR Journal of Education, 2016
122016
Applying performance management principles to a learning environment for undergraduate dissertations: A case study
J Day, M Bobeva
International Journal for Quality and Standards 1 (1), 217-239, 2007
122007
Seeking the truth: The use of Delphi studies for IS research
J Day, M Bobeva
2004) Reflection on the past,, making sense of today and predicting the …, 2004
102004
Successful IS project leaders: a situational theory perspective
J Day, M Bobeva
Electronic Journal of Information Systems Evaluation 6 (2), 75-86, 2003
102003
The potential of intranets as a tool for knowledge management: the new challenge for IS professionals
G Roushan, M Bobeva
4th UKAIS Conference, York, UK, 339-346, 1999
71999
Paradigm shift-engaging academics in social media-the case of Bournemouth university
I Kalashyan, D Kaneva, S Lee, D Knapp, G Roushan, M Bobeva
European Conference on e-Learning, 662, 2013
52013
QR codes in education: The business school experience
D Hopkins, M Bobeva
52011
Managing Delphi Studies: A decision-making toolkit
M Bobeva, J Day
Remenyi, D. and Cass, A.(2005) Proceedings of the 4th European Conference on …, 2005
52005
A generic toolkit for the successful management of Delphi studies business school
M Bobeva, J Day
Institute of Business and Law, Bournemouth University, UK, 2002
52002
Embedding QR Codes in education contexts
M Bobeva, D Hopkins
42012
Using a balanced scorecard approach for evaluating an integrated learning environment for undergraduate dissertations
J Day, M Bobeva
Proceedings of the 13th European Conference on Information Technology …, 2006
42006
Evaluating and measuring how new technologies and ubiquitous connectivity affect university students’ psychosocial well-being
J Taylor, M Salvagno, R Morris, M Hutchings, M Bobeva
Psychology Teaching Review 24 (1), 21-34, 2018
32018
A tale of four shifts and three frameworks: An empirical evaluation of the effectiveness of human-computer interface design
M Bobeva, B Williams
Proceedings of the 10th European Conference on Information Technology …, 2003
32003
The Highs and Lows of Ubiquitous Connectivity: Investigating University Students' Experiences and Connections with Well-being
M Salvagno, J Taylor, M Bobeva, M Hutchings
22015
Ubiquitous connectivity and students' well-being: a situational analysis in a UK universities
M Salvagno, J Taylor-Jackson, M Bobeva, M Hutchings
Ubiquitous Learning, 2015
22015
Using tablets for e-assessment of project-based learning
E Bolat
22014
Information relationship management in electronic commerce
R Rolfe, M Bobeva, G Roushan
McGraw-Hill, 1997
21997
Developing Global Talent for the World of Work through staff-student-industry collaboration and co-creation on a global scale
M Bobeva, K Landmark, A Khaled
The Journal of Educational Innovation, Partnership and Change 6 (1), 2020
12020
Strategies for Digital Inclusion-Towards a Pedagogy for Embracing Student Diversity With Online Learning
BH Clarida, M Bobeva, M Hutchings, J Taylor
European Conference on e-Learning, 573, 2013
12013
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