Dr Amanda Pate

  • Lecturer (Learning Enhancement & Academic Development Service)

telephone: 01413304997
email: Amanda.Pate@glasgow.ac.uk

Publications

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Number of items: 10.

2020

Pate, A. (2020) Exploring the Power of Digital Storytelling for Delivering Teaching, Facilitating Learning, and Undertaking Assessment Online. 13th Annual University of Glasgow Learning and Teaching Conference, 01 Apr 2020.

2019

Pate, A. (2019) Investigating the Potential of Drawing on 'Unknown Knowns' to Use Digital Storytelling as a Pedagogical Tool in Media Education. MeCCSA 2019, Stirling, UK, 09-11 Jan 2019. (Accepted for Publication)

2018

Ahmed, S., Gonzalez Bojaca, L., Dale, V., Kipar, N., McKenzie, K., Moss, A., Pate, A. and Spaeth, E. (2018) How to Moodle: an Online Academic Development Resource to Enhance Staff Digital Capability. ALT Annual Conference 2018, Manchester, UK, 11-13 Sep 2018.

2017

Pate, A. C. G. (2017) Reaching Beyond Digital Natives to Preach to the Unconverted. Association of Learning and Teaching (ALT) Online Winter Conference, Online, 13 Dec 2017.

2015

Pate, A. G. (2015) Sexism and Chauvinism in Journalism: Experiences of Women Journalists Across Five Decades. In: Association for Journalism Education Spring Seminar, London, UK, 09 Jan 2015,

Pate, A. C. G. (2015) The preliminary impact of the FOIA on the UK press: anticipation of the dawn of a new era in newsgathering. In: Felle, T. and Mair, J. (eds.) FOI 10 Years On: Freedom Fighters or Lazy Journalism. Abramis Academic Publishing: Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk. ISBN 9781845496463

Pate, A. G. (2015) Social Media as a Tool for Engaging Participants in Research: Experiences of Gender Inequality in Journalism. Series: SAGE research methods cases. SAGE Publications: London ; Thousand Oaks, CA. ISBN 9781473963023 (doi:10.4135/978144627305014558245)

2014

Pate, A. C. G. (2014) Tweet, like, share: using social media for research. In: Woodfield, K. (ed.) Social Media in Social Research: Blogs on Blurring the Boundaries. NatCen Social Research: London.

Pate, A. G. (2014) Shattering the illusion of the disappearance of the glass ceiling in journalism: a case study approach to presenting the inside story. Journal of Academic Perspectives, 2014(2),

Pate, A. C. G. (2014) Someone to look up to: lessons to be learned from the reflections of female journalists on the value of role models and mentors for career development. Journalism Education, 3(1), pp. 46-64.

This list was generated on Sat Apr 10 05:03:39 2021 BST.
Number of items: 10.

Articles

Pate, A. G. (2014) Shattering the illusion of the disappearance of the glass ceiling in journalism: a case study approach to presenting the inside story. Journal of Academic Perspectives, 2014(2),

Pate, A. C. G. (2014) Someone to look up to: lessons to be learned from the reflections of female journalists on the value of role models and mentors for career development. Journalism Education, 3(1), pp. 46-64.

Books

Pate, A. G. (2015) Social Media as a Tool for Engaging Participants in Research: Experiences of Gender Inequality in Journalism. Series: SAGE research methods cases. SAGE Publications: London ; Thousand Oaks, CA. ISBN 9781473963023 (doi:10.4135/978144627305014558245)

Book Sections

Pate, A. C. G. (2015) The preliminary impact of the FOIA on the UK press: anticipation of the dawn of a new era in newsgathering. In: Felle, T. and Mair, J. (eds.) FOI 10 Years On: Freedom Fighters or Lazy Journalism. Abramis Academic Publishing: Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk. ISBN 9781845496463

Pate, A. C. G. (2014) Tweet, like, share: using social media for research. In: Woodfield, K. (ed.) Social Media in Social Research: Blogs on Blurring the Boundaries. NatCen Social Research: London.

Conference or Workshop Item

Pate, A. (2020) Exploring the Power of Digital Storytelling for Delivering Teaching, Facilitating Learning, and Undertaking Assessment Online. 13th Annual University of Glasgow Learning and Teaching Conference, 01 Apr 2020.

Pate, A. (2019) Investigating the Potential of Drawing on 'Unknown Knowns' to Use Digital Storytelling as a Pedagogical Tool in Media Education. MeCCSA 2019, Stirling, UK, 09-11 Jan 2019. (Accepted for Publication)

Ahmed, S., Gonzalez Bojaca, L., Dale, V., Kipar, N., McKenzie, K., Moss, A., Pate, A. and Spaeth, E. (2018) How to Moodle: an Online Academic Development Resource to Enhance Staff Digital Capability. ALT Annual Conference 2018, Manchester, UK, 11-13 Sep 2018.

Pate, A. C. G. (2017) Reaching Beyond Digital Natives to Preach to the Unconverted. Association of Learning and Teaching (ALT) Online Winter Conference, Online, 13 Dec 2017.

Conference Proceedings

Pate, A. G. (2015) Sexism and Chauvinism in Journalism: Experiences of Women Journalists Across Five Decades. In: Association for Journalism Education Spring Seminar, London, UK, 09 Jan 2015,

This list was generated on Sat Apr 10 05:03:39 2021 BST.