Dr Julie Voce
Dr Julie Voce - Head of Educational Technology, Learning Enhancement and Development
Julie has been working in the field of Technology Enhanced Learning (TEL) since 2000, having previously held positions at Imperial College London (E-learning Services Manager), UCL (Learning Technologies Support Co-ordinator) and UMIST (Research Assistant).
Julie completed her PhD at Lancaster University on the topic of institutional support models for TEL within UK Higher Education and undertakes research on the use of TEL within UK Higher Education through her work on the ucisa TEL survey project. The ucisa project team were Finalists in the 2019 Association for Learning Technology Research Project of the Year award.
Expertise and areas of interest
- Project management of institutional change projects
- Evaluation of TEL
- Learning Analytics
- Lecture Capture
- Organisational structures for supporting TEL
- Distance/Online learning
Internal committee memberships
- City Learning and Teaching Committee
- Count Me In working group
- DALI Project Board
- Learning Analytics Project Board
- Learning Environment Committee
- Management Information Project Board
- Student Attainment Project Management Group (Co-Chair)
External activities and memberships
- Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (FHEA)
- Certified Member of Association for Learning Technology (CMALT)
- CMALT Lead Assessor
- Fellow of the Centre for Distance Education
- Member of UCISA Digital Education Group
- ALT M25-Learning Technology Group Steering Committee
- Reviewer for Research in Learning Technology
Conferences and Publications
Toro-Troconis, M., Voce, J., Vasant, S., Alexander, J., Aljafri, J., and Frutos-Perez, M. (2019) Using behaviour change as a critical frame of reference to understand the adoption of Learning Design methodologies. Association for Learning Technology Conference (ALT-C), Edinburgh, UK.
Walker, R., Voce, J., Jenkins, M., Barrand, M., Hollinshead, L., Craik, A., Latif, F., Sherman, S., Brown, V. and Strawbridge, F. (2018). 2018 survey of Technology Enhanced Learning for Higher Education in the UK.
Voce, J. (2018) Examining the effect of Technology Enhanced Learning (TEL) support models and organisational culture on the adoption of TEL in UK Higher Education. PhD Thesis. DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.23538.66247
Walker, R., Jenkins, M. & Voce, J. (2017). The rhetoric and reality of technology-enhanced learning developments in UK higher education: reflections on recent UCISA research findings (2012-2016). Interactive Learning Environments, DOI: 10.1080/10494820.2017.1419497
Voce, J. (2017). Beyond islands of innovation - supporting TEL within UK Higher Education. Association for Learning Technology Conference (ALT-C), Liverpool, UK.
Voce, J. (2016). Tweetchatting about institutional models for supporting Technology Enhanced Learning. Association for Learning Technology Online Winter Conference.
Jenkins, M., Walker, R., Voce, J., Ahmed, J., Swift, E., & Vincent, P. (2016). Refocusing institutional TEL provision on the learner: drivers for change in UK higher education. Ascilite 2016, Adelaide, Australia.
Walker, R., Voce, J., Swift, E., Ahmed, J., Jenkins, M., & Vincent, P. (2016). 2016 survey of Technology Enhanced Learning for Higher Education in the UK.
Voce, J. (2015) Reviewing institutional policies for electronic management of assessment, Higher Education, 69(6), p.915-929. Springer.
Walker, R., Voce, J., Nicholls, J., Swift, E., Ahmed, J., Horrigan, S., & Vincent, P. (2014). UCISA 2014 Survey of Technology Enhanced Learning for higher education in the UK.
Walker, R., Voce, J., & Jenkins, M. (2013). Charting the development of technology-enhanced learning developments across the UK higher education sector: a longitudinal perspective (2001-2012). Interactive Learning Environments. DOI: 10.1080/10494820.2013.867888
Walker, R., Voce, J., & Ahmed, J. (2012). UCISA 2012 Survey of Technology Enhanced Learning for higher education in the UK.
Browne, T., Hewitt, R., Jenkins, M., Voce, J., Walker, R., & Yip, H. (2010). UCISA 2010 Survey of Technology Enhanced Learning for higher education in the UK.