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June Clarke MBA

Principal Lecturer

Summary

I teach across a range of related areas in the field of e-business, e-commerce and technology management. My work primarily involves the delivery of these topic areas to students at all levels within the Business School. Following on from my role as International Regional Lead for Europe and Central Asia, I am now leading a project on international student achievement. In addition to my postgraduate qualifications (awarded by the Open University) in technology management and online and distance education, I am also a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy. Postgraduate teaching interests Innovation in the Digital Enterprise and the Digital Organisation on the MBA programme Undergraduate teaching interests E-business management, Managing the Digital Organisation, Managing hospitality resources. Research interests Technology enhanced learning & the impact of digitisation on industry sectors.

  • About

    Qualifications

    • 2015: MBA, The Open University, United Kingdom
    • 2005: PGD Technology Management, Other, United Kingdom
    • 2003: MA Online & Distance Education, The Open University, United Kingdom
    • 1984: BA Modern Languages With Political Studies, Other, United Kingdom

    Principal Lecturer

  • Teaching

    Department of Finance, Accounting and Business Systems

    Sheffield Business School

    Business Operations and Systems

  • Publications

    Book chapters

    Clarke, J. (2018). The Bel Group: Laughing All the Way to Success. In Management Information Systems: Managing the Digital Firm Global Edition - Fifteenth Edition. London: Pearson Education

    Presentations

    Baker, R., & Clarke, J. (2018). One world, infinite knowledge: Tactics for teaching in a global context. Presented at: Higher Education Academy (HEA) Conference, Birmingham, 2018

    Clarke, J. (2015). Formative and Summative assessment on Blackboard.

    Clarke, J. (2008). Enhancing the student experience using Web 2.0 technologies to encourage student engagement and to develop collaborative learning.

    Clarke, J. (2008). Enhancing the student experience using web 2.0 technologies to encourage student engagement and to develop collaborative learning: a case studies.

    Clarke, J. (2008). The net generation's engagement with and expectations of web 2.0 technologies during HE studies.

    Clarke, J., & Wells, M. (2008). Making technology work for you: Why might academic staff want to engage with and promote e-learning? A case study.

    Clarke, J. (2006). I can hear you but I can't see you: the pedagogical implications of web-based synchronous teaching for language learning.

    Clarke, J. (2005). Encouraging collaborative e-learning: Does technology enhance or hinder the learning process?

    Clarke, J. (2005). Synchronous teaching and learning: the practitioner/learner experience.

    Clarke, J. (2003). Using a VLE to deliver a multi-media learning package, an example from the Languages team at Sheffield Hallam University.

    Other publications

    Clarke, J. (2006). The Leonardo da Vinci programme at Sheffield Hallam University - Convegno Internazionale. Convegno Internazionale

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