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Article

Lingard, Matt (2008) Feeds and start pages: keeping yourself and your users up-to-date. ALISS Quarterly, 4 (1). pp. 24-27. ISSN 1747-9258

Lingard, Matt (2006) Social software web sites: key resources. ALISS Quarterly, 2 (1). pp. 41-42. ISSN 1747-9258

Lingard, Matt (2005) Introducing computer-assisted assessment: considerations for the new practitioner. Investigations in University Teaching and Learning, 2 (2). pp. 69-75. ISSN 1740-5106

Conference or Workshop Item

Baines, Judith and Lingard, Matt (2011) Digital footprints at LSE: supporting students to use social media. In: AGCAS South East & London Regional Training Event, 26th January 2011, London, UK. (Unpublished)

Lingard, Matt (2011) Writing for the web. In: Plymouth E-Learning Conference 2011, 6 - 8 April 2011, University of Plymouth, Plymouth, UK. (Unpublished)

Lingard, Matt (2010) What's wrong with web2.0?: the challenges facing library staff & students in realising the potential of social media & networking. In: CDE Conference 2010 - Research in Distance Education: Impact on Practice, 27th October, 2010, Senate House, University of London. (Unpublished)

Lingard, Matt (2010) We have the technology: we have the capability...all we need is love. In: Future of Technology in Education 2010, Friday 1st October, London, UK. (Unpublished)

Baines, Judith and Lingard, Matt (2010) Web2.0 - What works & doesn't work: the LSE Experience. In: AGCAS Careers Information and Employer Liaison Conference 2010, 13th - 15th July 2010, University Of Warwick. (Unpublished)

Secker, Jane and Lingard, Matt (2010) Developing students’ information management skills to match the 21st century internet. In: Futureproof: making libraries indispensable to learning, teaching and research. The Fifth CILIP CoFHE and UC&R Joint Conference, 21st - 23rd June 2010, University Of Exeter. (Unpublished)

Lingard, Matt and Baines, Judith (2010) Technology update: e-guidance, digital footprints & feeding the web. In: Graduate Careers Ireland Biennial Conference 2010, 19th - 21st May 2010, University College Dublin. (Unpublished)

Lingard, Matt, McNeill, AM and Cann, AJ (2010) Using Twitter in (higher) education. In: ALT Workshop, 4 May 2010, National College for School Leadership, Nottingham. (Unpublished)

Lingard, Matt (2010) Audio Feedback: it sounds good, can we make it look good? In: EduCampLondon, 11th March 2010, Central Saint Martin's School of Art. (Unpublished)

Lingard, Matt (2009) Networks, nuggets & nonsense: an introduction to Twitter. In: Plymouth E-Learning Conference 2009, 23 - 24 April 2009, University of Plymouth. (Unpublished)

Didiot-Cook, Herve and Lingard, Matt (2008) What we like about Moodle. In: VLE Languages User Group IVth Annual Meeting, 18 March 2008, London School of Economics and Political Science.

Didiot-Cook, Herve and Lingard, Matt (2008) Winning with Wimba? From early enthusiasts to the mainstream at a UK university. In: Wimba Connect 2008, 2-5 March, 2008, Orlando, Florida, USA. (Unpublished)

Lingard, Matt (2008) Emerging technologies and their use in careers. In: AGCAS Heads of Service Conference 2008, 10 January 2008, Harrogate, UK. (Unpublished)

Lingard, Matt (2008) Emerging technologies for careers services. In: Graduate Careers Ireland Biennial Conference 2008, 25th-27th June 2008, National Univeristy of Ireland, Galway. (Unpublished)

Lingard, Matt and Richmond, Kezia (2007) Blog it, tag it, share it! Learn the language of the Google Generation. In: AGCAS Biennial Conference 2007, 4th - 6th September 2007, Birmingham University. (Unpublished)

Website

Lingard, Matt (2012) By freeing our journal from the ghetto of academic library subscriptions we will foster discussion and impact. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (13 Mar 2012) Blog Entry.

Thesis

Lingard, Matt (2007) Why don’t all lecturers make use of VLEs?: what can the so-called “laggards” tell us? Masters thesis, Institute of Education, University of London.

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