I teach Digital Marketing, Professionalism and Communication, and Dissertations. I have supervised final year projects at undergraduate and postgraduate level. My research interests include the use of social media in higher education, digital identity, and technology enhanced learning; and have presented both nationally and internationally as an invited keynote speaker and published on these topics. In 2015 I was named as one of the Top 50 UK Higher Education Social Media Influencers.
I am a Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy, a member of the HEA Recognition Panel and the Athena Swan Committee at SHU.
As an advocate of lifelong learning I co-developed and run an open online and cross-institution CPD course for educators and students, called Bring Your Own Devices for Learning to develop digital skills. I am the co-founder of the weekly national tweetchat 'Learning and Teaching in Higher Education' #LTHEchat.
I am also a Fellow and Executive Committee Member of Staff and Educational Development Association.
Social Media, Digital Identity, Mobile Technology, Smart Devices for Learning
Business and ICT, IT with Business Studies and IT and Management, Computing.
Digital Marketing, Professionalism and Communication, Cloud Computing, Dissertations (UG and PG)
BECKINGHAM, Sue (2017). Beckingham, @suebecks' Emergency #EdTechRations. In: HOPKINS, David, (ed.) Emergency Rations #EdTechRations: What’s so important we can’t leave it at home? David Hopkins, 45-48.
PURVIS, Alison, RODGER, Helen and BECKINGHAM, Sue (2016). Experiences of social media in higher education: barriers, enablers and next steps. In: Social Media for Learning in Higher Education 2015 Conference proceedings (#SocMedHE15). Sheffield, Sheffield Hallam University.
PURVIS, Alison, RODGER, Helen and BECKINGHAM, Sue (2016). Engagement or distraction : the use of social media for learning in higher education. Student Engagement and Experience Journal, 5 (1).
BECKINGHAM, Sue (2015). My role as a facilitator: the value of reflection from multiple personal perspectives. Learning and Teaching in Action, 11 (1), 44-51.
BECKINGHAM, Sue and NERANTZI, Chrissi (2015). Scaling-up open CPD for teachers in higher education using a snowballing approach. Journal of Perspectives in Applied Academic Practices, 3 (1), 109-121.
BECKINGHAM, Sue (2015). What does it mean to be a digital lifewide learner? The Journal of Technology Enhanced Learning, Innovation and Change, 1 (1).
BECKINGHAM, Sue and NERANTZI, Chrissi (2015). BYOD4L : learning to use own smart devices for learning and teaching through the 5C framework. In: MIDDLETON, Andrew, (ed.) Smart learning : teaching and learning with smartphones and tablets in post-compulsory education. MELSIG, Sheffield Hallam University, 108-127.
MIDDLETON, Andrew and BECKINGHAM, Sue (2015). Social media for learning : a framework to inspire innovation. In: MIDDLETON, Andrew, (ed.) Smart learning : teaching and learning with smartphones and tablets in post-compulsory education. MELSIG, Sheffield Hallam University, 46-56.
BECKINGHAM, Sue, NERANTZI, Chrissi, REED, Peter and WALKER, David (2015). Speedy professional conversations around learning and teaching in higher education via the brand new tweetchat #LTHEchat. ALISS Quarterly. (In Press)
BECKINGHAM, Sue (2015). The blended professional : Jack of all trades, and master of some? In: HOPKINS, David, (ed.) The Really Useful #EdTechBook. UK, David Hopkins / CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 129-150.
NERANTZI, Chrissi, MIDDLETON, Andrew and BECKINGHAM, Sue (2014). Facilitators as co-learners in a collaborative open course for teachers and students in higher education. eLearning papers, European Commission.
BECKINGHAM, Sue (2014). Social media for professional learning and networking. Lifewide Magazine, 10, 25-28.
NERANTZI, Chrissi and BECKINGHAM, Sue (2014). BYOD4L – Our Open Magical Box to Enhance Individuals’ Learning Ecologies. In: JACKSON, Norman and WILLIS, Jenny, (eds.) Lifewide Learning & Education in Universities and Colleges E-Book. UK, Lifewide Education.
BECKINGHAM, Sue, PURVIS, Alison and RODGER, Helen (2014). The SHU Social Media CoLab: developing a social media strategy through open dialogue and collaborative guidance. In: Proceedings of the European Conference on Social Media. Sonning, Wokingham, Academic Conferences and Publishing International Limited.
BECKINGHAM, Sue and ADAMS, Joelle (2013). Introduction to Twitter for educational developers. Educational developments, 14.3, 10-12.
DUJARDIN, Florence, EDWARDS, Kirstie and BECKINGHAM, Sue (2012). Diigo : social bookmarking in a professional communication course. In: CHEAL, C., COUGHLIN, J. and MOORE, S., (eds.) Transformation in teaching : social media strategies in higher education. Santa Rosa, CA, Informing Science Institute, 243-274.
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