Dr Dely Elliot

  • Senior Lecturer (People, Place & Social Change)

telephone: 01413302467
email: Dely.Elliot@glasgow.ac.uk

R628 Level 6, St Andrews Building, Glasgow, G3 6NH

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ORCID iDhttps://orcid.org/0000-0003-0711-5719

Biography

 

With Dely's international and interdisciplinary background in Education (the Philippines), Counselling Psychology (Thailand) and Psychology of Education (UK), her research interests lie at the intersection of educational & cultural psychology and higher education. Currently a Senior Lecturer and a Chartered Psychologist with the British Psychological Society (BPS), she is part of the BPS-accredited MSc Psychological Studies programme, where she convenes Educational Psychology and its online distance learning (ODL) counterpart.

Using a psychological lens, Dely is passionate about international doctoral scholars' journey with a focus on their intercultural experience, and how this can potentially affect doctoral research, personal growth and professional development while sustaining their well-being. Her publications involve examining a range of interlinked topics, including doctoral compass, the hidden curriculum, academic cultures, metacognitive scaffolding, third spaces, doctoral well-being and research culture. Her extensive years of research, first-hand, personal and work experience in academia evolved into a passion to pursue a thriving intercultural doctoral learning experience - harnessing doctoral pedagogies more strategically to maximise what the doctoral journey can offer. Dely's commitment to holistic doctoral development and advocacy for fostering supportive doctoral communites and positive research cultures led to a tract record of publications, keynote addresses and guest talks (e.g. EARLI SIG 24, University of Edinburgh, University of Hong Kong, University of Manchester, Norwegian Research Education Conference, University of Stavanger, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, UKCGE).

Over the years, Dely has produced high quality scholarly outputs amounting to over 100 publications. Her nearly ten years of research has been consolidated into a sole-authored Routledge book published in 2023 entitled 'Navigating Your International Doctoral Experience (and Beyond)' In early 2020, her amalgamation of research interests culminated in the publication of the book 'The Hidden Curriculum in Doctoral Education' with a team of multidisciplinary academics. (See also this book's designated website offering a wealth of resources.) In November 2023, a sequel to the Hidden Curriculum book entitled 'Developing Researcher Independence Through the Hidden Curriculum' was published where Dely served as the lead editor for this edited collection.

On other academic fronts, Dely serves as the Deputy Editor for the journal Innovations in Education and Teaching International. Addtionally, she sits on the Editorial Boards of Higher Education Research & Development and Teaching in Higher Education. In 2023, Dely joined a team of Coordinators for EARLI SIG 24 - Researcher Education and Careers. Starting January 2024, Dely was appointed as the Associate Director for Student Engagement and EDI for the Scottish Graduate School of Social Sciences, ESRC Doctoral Training Partnership.

In the School of Education, she previously led the Doctoral Community Building Team (2018 to 2023), organising a calendar of scholarly and social events designed to cater for doctoral scholars' academic and psychological needs. The team's central aim is to build a thriving & positive research culture as well as to foster growth and development, with a view to assisting timely doctoral completion. As a core member of the Centre for Research & Development in Adult and Lifelong Learning (CR&DALL), Dely’s strong interest is in promoting a meaningful learning experience among international doctoral scholars in increasingly internationalised HE Institutions. Arguably, lessons from these scholars have wider implications for other post-compulsory learning contexts, too. At the University of Glasgow level, she continues to serve as a Co-Lead for UofG's Supervisor Community of Practice.

Her advocacy for a positive PhD research culture was institutionally recognised in 2020 and her work was 'Highly Commended'. Research culture enhancement, via proactive scaffolding and enriching doctoral scholars' academic and non-academic experience, is something Dely genuinely believes can make a qualitative difference when converting the challenges embedded in the doctoral learning experience into opportunities and providing a platform for a thriving doctoral research experience.

To date, Dely has served as Principal Investigator (PI) for several externally- and internally-funded projects, while contributing to numerous research projects in education & educational psychology. Currently, she is the PI for the UKCISA-funded 'Amplifying Voices of International Doctoral (AVID) Scholars Project'. She was also a Co-I for a project on international doctoral students' psychological wellbeing from the supervisors' perspectives - a project, which won the prestigious Paul Webley Award for Innovation in International Education in 2020. Other projects she led included 'Academic acculturation through international education: The British Higher Education (HE) experience', which subsequently led to several grants, including the ESRC IAA 'Towards maximising international PhD students' experience in the UK'.

Finally, she also enjoys writing blog posts, finding it a creative outlet for her scholarly ideas. To date, she has contributed to several blogs, e.g. Researcher Development for the PgR Community, UK Council for Graduate Education, Supervising PhDsUKCISA and The Hidden Curriculum in Doctoral Education, Pathfinder Career Narratives, among others.

Here is a list of blog posts that Dely has written on various areas of interests:

An Invisible Storm: Reflections on my Intercultural Academic Transitions

What, how, and how much should I read?

Dynamic complementary voices in support of international PhD students

Kindness and tough love: interacting with international students

Finding your "Third Space"

An Ongoing Reflection on International Doctoral Researchers’ Experience

What does supporting international doctoral learners mean?

Advancing an Authentic Writing Experience Among International PGRs

Decoding the PhD for International Researchers

• Can doctoral and academic writers learn from gardeners?

• Why am I sharing my experience of writing a short paper?

• The many benefits of co-writing with doctoral researchers

• Not just a walk in the park

• Anticipating beautiful butterflies

• From the other side of the fence: An international scholar's reflection

A sign of beauty or death? Some autumnal musings on doctoral experience

Showcasing the hidden curriculum via PhD-led research sharing activities

Doctoral communities: Before, during and after the pandemic

Could 'thinking out loud' be an inherent pedagogical strategy for scholarly writing?

Research interests

 

My research interests are largely situated in higher education contexts focusing on the complexity of international students' sojourn, particularly in postgraduate research setting. Drawing upon educational and cultural psychological perspectives, as well as creative and visual research methods enables me to consolidate my intertwined interests in these areas.

• Psychology of learning

• Cross-cultural transition via international education

• International doctoral scholars' wellbeing

• Intercultural academic engagement

• The hidden curriculum

• Creative, critical thinking and metacognition

• Creative and visual methods in education and psychology

Research awards

To date, the following projects that I managed have led to the following awards at the Scottish level, UK-wide level and internationally.

• 2020. The UKCISA-funded projected called 'Are you Okay? Mental health and wellbeing of international doctoral students in the UK: An investigation of supervisors' understanding and existing support provision' won the Paul Webley Award for Innovation in International Education 2019. 

• 2015. An interactive poster presentation at the European Educational Research Association (EERA-ECER) Conference 2015 was selected for one of the three 'Best Poster Awards 2015'.

• 2013. Synchronised Voices of Primary Teachers on Their Professional Development. Poster presented at the afPE National Conference, 10 July 2013, Burton upon Trent, UK - Winner of the poster presentation, afPE Conference.

• 2008. Literature Review of Current Approaches to the Provision of Education for Children with Dyslexia - GTC England Research of the Month for December, 2008.

• 2008. Photovoice Project - Winner in the Scotland's Colleges Annual Awards for Promoting Equality and Diversity.

Publications

Selected publications

Elliot, D. L. , Reid, K. and Baumfield, V. (2016) Beyond the amusement, puzzlement and challenges: an enquiry into international students’ academic acculturation. Studies in Higher Education, 41(12), pp. 2198-2217. (doi: 10.1080/03075079.2015.1029903)

Elliot, D. L. , Baumfield, V., Reid, K. and Makara, K. A. (2016) Hidden treasure: successful international doctoral students who found and harnessed the hidden curriculum. Oxford Review of Education, 42(6), pp. 733-748. (doi: 10.1080/03054985.2016.1229664)

Elliot, D. , Baumfield, V. and Reid, K. (2016) Searching for 'a third space’: a creative pathway towards international PhD students’ academic acculturation. Higher Education Research and Development, 35(6), pp. 1180-1195. (doi: 10.1080/07294360.2016.1144575)

Elliot, D. L. , Reid, K. and Baumfield, V. (2017) Capturing visual metaphors and tales: innovative or elusive? International Journal of Research and Method in Education, 40(5), pp. 480-496. (doi: 10.1080/1743727X.2016.1181164)

All publications

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Number of items: 123.

2024

Elliot, D. L. , Lido, C. , Evangelista, Z. , Kassous, I. Z., Najim, A. A. and Alves, I. (2024) Mind the gap! International doctoral scholars’ and supervisors’ perspectives of wellbeing and help-seeking behaviour. In: Hammond, K. and Lemon, N. (eds.) Navigating Tensions and Transitions in Higher Education: Effective Skills for Maintaining Wellbeing and Self-care. Series: Wellbeing and self-care in higher education. Routledge, pp. 216-229. ISBN 9781032698588 (In Press)

Zhang, J., Elliot, D. L. and Makara, K. A. (2024) Likened to “a boiled egg”: a new framework for understanding Chinese postgraduate taught students’ transitional experience. Journal of International Students, 14(3), pp. 42-60. (doi: 10.32674/jis.v14i3.6046)

Elliot, D. L. , Gardani, M. , Gordon, K. and Balgabekova, D. (2024) Harnessing New Knowledge, Insights and Engagement Through the Voices of International Doctoral Scholars. 14th Quality in Postgraduate Research Conference (QPR2024), Adelaide, Australia, 17-19 April 2024.

He, R., Köksal, S., Cockayne, H. and Elliot, D. L. (2024) It’s more than just food: the role of food among Chinese international students’ acculturation experiences in the UK and USA. Food, Culture and Society, (doi: 10.1080/15528014.2024.2330180) (Early Online Publication)

Elliot, D. , Gardani, M. , Gordon, K. and Balgabekova, D. (2024) Amplifying Voices of International Doctoral Scholars on Intercultural Perspectives. Project Report. UKCISA, London. (Submitted)

2023

Elliot, D. L. , Bengtsen, S. S. E. and Guccione, K. (Eds.) (2023) Developing Researcher Independence Through the Hidden Curriculum. Palgrave Macmillan: London. ISBN 9783031428746

Elliot, D. L. (2023) Developing a disposition for harnessing the hidden curriculum en route to becoming independent researchers: the role of doctoral supervisors. In: Elliot, D. L., Bengtsen, S. S. E. and Guccione, K. (eds.) Developing Researcher Independence Through the Hidden Curriculum. Palgrave Macmillan: London. ISBN 9783031428746 (doi: 10.1007/978-3-031-42875-3_9)

Elliot, D. L. , Bengtsen, S. S. E. and Guccione, K. (2023) Introduction. In: Elliot, D. L., Bengtsen, S. S.E. and Guccione, K. (eds.) Developing Researcher Independence Through the Hidden Curriculum. Palgrave Macmillan: London. ISBN 9783031428746 (doi: 10.1007/978-3-031-42875-3_1)

Elliot, D. L. , Guccione, K. and Bengtsen, S. S.E. (2023) Concluding thoughts. In: Elliot, D. L., Bengtsen, S. S. E. and Guccione, K. (eds.) Developing Researcher Independence Through the Hidden Curriculum. Palgrave Macmillan: London. ISBN 9783031428746 (doi: 10.1007/978-3-031-42875-3_24)

Makara, K. A. , Balgabekova, D., Gordon, K., Meng, F., Tripornchaisak, N. , WU, Z. and Elliot, D. L. (2023) ‘It is a nice way to end the week’: Journal Club as an authentic and safe learning space. In: Elliot, D. L., Bengtsen, S. S. E. and Guccione, K. (eds.) Developing Researcher Independence Through the Hidden Curriculum. Palgrave Macmillan: London. ISBN 9783031428746 (doi: 10.1007/978-3-031-42875-3_6)

Elliot, D. L. (2023) Potentials, Challenges and Uncertainties: Managing Cross-cultural Transitions in Doctoral and Post-doctoral Contexts. 20th Biennial EARLI Conference, Thessaloniki, Greece, 22-26 Aug 2023.

Elliot, D. (2023) Harnessing intercultural learning by creating ‘small cultures’ in doctoral communities. In: Jones, E., Norlin, B., Rönnqvist, C. and Sullivan, K.P.H. (eds.) Internationalization of the Doctoral Experience: Models, Opportunities and Outcomes. Routledge. (Accepted for Publication)

Elliot, D. L. (2023) Navigating Your International Doctoral Experience (and Beyond). Series: Insider guides to success in academia. Routledge. ISBN 9781032220505

Elliot, D. L. , Makara Fuller, K. A. , WU, Z., Tripornchaisak, N. , Meng, F., Gordon, K. and Balgabekova, D. (2023) We even got snacks’: journal club as an authentic and safe space for engaging in scholarly debates and arguments. Higher Education Reform Conference (HER), Glasgow, UK, 21-23 June 2023. (Unpublished)

Elliot, D. L. (2023) Psychology of Education: Theory, Research and Evidence-Based Practice by Janet Lord. Psychology Teaching Review, 29(1), pp. 65-66. [Book Review]

Elliot, D. L. (2023) Editorial. Innovations in Education and Teaching International, 60(2), pp. 149-151. (doi: 10.1080/14703297.2023.2180171)

Elliot, D.L. , Swingler, M., Gardani, M. , Pacheco, E.-M. and Boyle, J. (2023) ‘Let’s talk about well-being!’: Fostering interdependence in doctoral communities. In: Cahusac de Caux, B., Pretorius, L. and Macaulay, L. (eds.) Research and Teaching in a Pandemic World: The Challenges of Establishing Academic Identities During Times of Crisis. Springer, pp. 481-496. ISBN 9789811977565 (doi: 10.1007/978-981-19-7757-2_32)

Dai, K. and Elliot, D. L. (2023) ‘Shi men’ as key doctoral practice: understanding international doctoral students’ learning communities and research culture in China. Oxford Review of Education, 49(5), pp. 588-603. (doi: 10.1080/03054985.2022.2123309)

Elliot, D.L. , Ohlsen, S., Guccione, K. , Daley, R.A. and Blackmore, C. (2023) “The PhD is a personal individual struggle … but you don’t have to struggle alone”: Supervisors’ perspectives of international scholars’ well-being. In: Edwards, M., Martin, A. and Ashkanasy, N. (eds.) Handbook of Academic Mental Health. Edward Elgar Publishing Limited. (In Press)

2022

Sakurai, Y., Shimauchi, S., Shimmi, Y., Amaki, Y., Hanada, S. and Elliot, D. L. (2022) Competing meanings of international experiences for early-career researchers: a collaborative autoethnographic approach. Higher Education Research and Development, 41(7), pp. 2367-2381. (doi: 10.1080/07294360.2021.2014410)

Elliot, D. (2022) Editorial. Innovations in Education and Teaching International, 59(5), pp. 497-498. (doi: 10.1080/14703297.2022.2120734)

Elliot, D. L. (2022) A ‘doctoral compass’: strategic reflection, self-assessment and recalibration for navigating the ’twin’ doctoral journey. Studies in Higher Education, 47(8), pp. 1652-1665. (doi: 10.1080/03075079.2021.1946033)

2021

Elliot, D. L. and Makara, K. A. (2021) An online community of international scholars: enabling spaces for reciprocal academic and psychological support. Innovations in Education and Teaching International, 58(6), pp. 693-703. (doi: 10.1080/14703297.2021.1991424)

Elliot, D.L. and Makara, K.A. (2021) ‘When You Are Far From Family Abroad’: What Being Part of a Small Community Means for International Doctoral Scholars During the Pandemic. UK Council for Graduate Education Annual Conference (UKCGE 2021), 28 Jun - 02 Jul 2021. (Unpublished)

Waite, F. and Elliot, D. L. (2021) Feeling like 'a damaged battery': exploring the lived experiences of UK university students with ME/CFS. Fatigue: Biomedicine, Health and Behavior, 9(3), pp. 159-174. (doi: 10.1080/21641846.2021.1969800)

Elliot, D. L. and Makara, K. A. (2021) Sailing Through the Pandemic via the Camaraderie of an Online Scholarly Community. 4th International Doctoral Education Research Network (IDERN) Webinar, 13th April 2021. (Unpublished)

Dangeni, *, Elliot, D. L. and MacDiarmid, C. (2021) Audio diaries: a creative research method for higher education studies in the digital age. In: Cao, X. and Henderson, E. F. (eds.) Exploring Diary Methods in Higher Education Research. Series: Research into Higher Education. Routledge: Abingdon. ISBN 9780367345211

Umer, M. and Elliot, D. L. (2021) Being hopeful: exploring the dynamics of posttraumatic growth and hope in refugees. Journal of Refugee Studies, 34(1), pp. 953-975. (doi: 10.1093/jrs/fez002)

Elliot, D. L. (2021) Essentials for Blended Learning (2nd edition) by Jared Stein and Charles R. Graham. Psychology Teaching Review, 27(1), pp. 81-82. [Book Review]

Elliot, D. L. (2021) Why Is There a Need For a ‘Doctoral Compass’? A Metacognitive Scaffolding for Navigating Doctoral Progression. Society of Research into Higher Education Annual Research Conference, 06-10 Dec 2021.

Elliot, D. L. (2021) Intercultural Politeness: managing relations across cultures by Helen Spencer-Oatey and Daniel Z. Kadar. Social Psychological Review, 23(1), pp. 19-20. [Book Review]

2020

Elliot, D. L. , Dangeni, , He, R., Pacheco, E.-M. , Balgabekova, D., Tripornchaisak, N. and Makara, K. (2020) Considerations for designing pandemic-friendly research. International Journal of Social Research Methodology [Blog], 12 Aug.

Daley, R., Guccione, K. , Elliot, D. L. , Blackmore, C. and Ohlsen, S. (2020) Developing a toolkit to support supervisors to enhance PGR wellbeing. UK Council for Graduate Education Annual Conference (UKCGE 2020), (online), 29 Jun - 3 Jul 2020. (Unpublished)

Elliot, D. L. and Pringle Barnes, G. (2020) The hidden curriculum among international postgraduate students. Society for Research into Higher Education Seminar (SRHE: International Researcher and Researchers Network), (online), 30 June 2020. (Unpublished)

Elliot, D. L. , Ohlsen, S., Blackmore, C., Guccione, K. and Daley, R. (2020) ‘It’s About Academia, But it’s Not All About Academia’: International doctoral researchers' psychological well-being. European Conference on Educational Research (ECER 2020), Glasgow, UK, 24-28 Aug 2020 [Event cancelled]. (Unpublished)

Fogarty, M. and Elliot, D. L. (2020) The role of humour in the social care professions: an exploratory study. British Journal of Social Work, 50(3), pp. 778-796. (doi: 10.1093/bjsw/bcz027)

Blackmore, C. and Elliot, D. L. (2020) ‘Are you OK?’: International Doctoral Student Mental Health From a Supervisor Perspective. UKCISA Members’ Seminar 2020, Glasgow, UK, 3rd March 2020. (Unpublished)

Elliot, D. L. , Bengsten, S. S.E., Guccione, K. and Kobayashi, S. (2020) The Hidden Curriculum in Doctoral Education. Palgrave Macmillan: London. ISBN 9783030414962 (doi: 10.1007/978-3-030-41497-9)

Bengsten, S. S.E., Elliot, D. L. , Guccione, K. and Kobayashi, S. (2020) The Hidden Curriculum in Doctoral Education. [Website]

Blackmore, C., Ohlsen, S., Guccione, K. and Elliot, D. (2020) Are you ok?’ Mental health and wellbeing of international doctoral students in the UK: an investigation of supervisors’ understanding and existing support provision. Project Report. UK Council for International Student Affairs (UKCISA), London.

Elliot, D. L. (2020) Publishing with dissertation students: A covert strategy for developing psychology students’ employability skills? Psychology Teaching Review, 26(1), pp. 96-102.

Lee, S. and Elliot, D. L. (2020) Re-imagining international doctoral students as diasporic academics. In: Gaulee, U., Sharma, G.S. and Bista, K. (eds.) Rethinking Education Across Borders: Emerging Issues and Critical Insights on Globally Mobile Students. Springer: New York, NY, pp. 255-268. ISBN 9789811523984

2019

Guccione, K. and Elliot, D. (2019) How much do we appreciate international postgraduate researcher’s psychological wellbeing? Perspectives from their first port of call. Society for Research into Higher Education Annual Research Conference 2019, Newport, Wales, 11 - 13 December 2019. (Unpublished)

Cai, L., Dangeni, D., Elliot, D. L. , He, R., Liu, J., Makara, K. A. , Pacheco, E.-M. , Shih, H.-Y., Wang, W. and Zhang, J. (2019) A conceptual enquiry into communities of practice as praxis in international doctoral education. Journal of Praxis in Higher Education, 1(1), pp. 11-36. (doi: 10.47989/kpdc74)

Elliot, D.L. (2019) Exposing the Hidden Curriculum in International Doctoral Contexts. 18th European Association for Research on Learning and Instruction (EARLI), Aachen, Germany, 12-16 Aug 2019. (Unpublished)

Blackmore, C., Elliot, D.L. , Ohlsen, S., Daley, R. and Guccione, K. (2019) ‘Are you OK?’ Mental Health and Wellbeing of International Doctoral Students in the UK: an Investigation of Supervisors’ Understanding and Existing Support Provision. UKCISA Annual Conference, Keele, UK, 03-05 Jul 2019. (Unpublished)

Blackmore, C., Ohlsen, S., Guccione, K. , Elliot, D.L. and Daley, R. (2019) ‘Are you OK?’ Mental Health and Wellbeing of International Doctoral Students in the UK: an Investigation of Supervisors’ Understanding and Existing Support Provision. 1st International Conference on the Mental Health & Wellbeing of Postgraduate Researchers, Brighton, UK, 16-17 May 2019. (Unpublished)

Daley, R. and Elliot, D.L. (2019) Untangling the Evidence! How Well do we Understand the International PGR Student Experience in the UK? Advance HE Surveys and Insights Conference 2019, Bristol, UK, 08 May 2019. (Unpublished)

Elliot, D. L. , He, R. and Dangeni, (2019) Setting and adjusting experiences of supervision. In: Dollinger, M. (ed.) Getting the Most Out of Your Doctorate: The Importance of Supervision, Networking and Becoming a Global Academic. Series: Surviving and Thriving in Academia. Emerald, pp. 19-34. ISBN 9781787699083

Elliot, D. L. and Kobayashi, S. (2019) How can PhD supervisors play a role in bridging academic cultures? Teaching in Higher Education, 24(8), pp. 911-929. (doi: 10.1080/13562517.2018.1517305)

2018

Elliot, D.L. , Guccione, K. and Bengsten, S.S.E. (2018) Feasible Utopias in Doctoral Education: a Research Based Model for Expanded Doctoral Pedagogy. Society for Research into Higher Education Annual Research Conference, Newport, Wales, 05-07 Dec 2018. (Unpublished)

Elliot, D.L. and Guccione, K. (2018) Professional writing: What is the range? What are the challenges? EARLI SIG 24 Biennial Conference, Copenhagen, Denmark, 30 Sept-02 Oct 2018. (Unpublished)

Reid, K. , Elliot, D. , Witayarat, N. and Wilson-Smith, K. (2018) Reflecting on the Use of Photo-elicitation Methods in IPA Research. Enhancing the Interpretative Lens and Re-balancing Power Back to the Participant. A Review of Published Studies. In: World Conference on Qualitative Research, Lisbon, Portugal, 17-19 Oct 2018, pp. 108-109. ISBN 9789728914899

Elliot, D. L. (2018) Intercultural encounters: Intertwined complexities and opportunities in international students’ experience. In: Korhonen, V. and Alenius, P. (eds.) Internationalisation and Transnationalisation in Higher Education. Series: Studies in vocational and continuing education (17). Peter Lang. ISBN 9783034327763 (doi: 10.3726/b11212)

Daley, R. and Elliot, D.L. (2018) The International Doctoral Student Experience: Filling in the Blanks. UKCGE Annual Conference, Bristol, UK, 02-03 July 2018. (Unpublished)

Guccione, K. , Elliot, D.L. and Bengsten, S.S.E. (2018) Reimagining the Doctorate: 'Feasible Utopias’ for Expanded Doctoral Education. Society for Research into Higher Education Postgraduate Issues Network Seminar, London, UK, 29 June 2018. (Unpublished)

Daley, R., Elliot, D.L. , Pacheco, E.M. and Witayarat, N. (2018) Where is the Evidence? The International PGR Experience. QAA Scotland 15th Enhancement Conference, Glasgow, UK, 07 June 2018. (Unpublished)

Elliot, D.L. (2018) Critical Insights on Inherent Opportunities and Complexities Presented by Educational Sojourns. Comparative Education Research Centre (CERC) Seminar, Hong Kong, China, 17 April 2018. (Unpublished)

Elliot, D. L. , Houston, M. , Makara, K. , Reid, K. and Lido, C. (2018) Enhancing the Experience of International Doctoral Researchers - Key Messages. Project Report. UK Council for Graduate Education.

2017

Elliot, D. L. , Houston, M. , Makara, K. and Reid, K. (2017) ESRC IAA Workshop: Towards Maximising International PhD Students' Experience: Extended Summary. Project Report. University of Glasgow.

Elliot, D.L. and Kobayashi, S. (2017) Do PhD Supervisors Play a Role in Bridging Academic Cultures? In: 17th European Association for Research on Learning and Instruction (EARLI), Tampere, Finland, 29 Aug - 2 Sept 2017, (Unpublished)

Elliot, D. (2017) 53 Ways to Enhance Researcher Development. Rob Daley, Kay Guccione and Steve Hutchinson. Studies in Graduate and Postdoctoral Education, 8(2), pp. 220-223. (doi: 10.1108/SGPE-D-17-00037)[Book Review]

Elliot, D. L. (2017) Empowering International Students by Embedding Formative Experience in Course Design. In: 10th Annual University of Glasgow Learning and Teaching Conference, Glasgow, UK, 30 Mar 2017, (Unpublished)

Elliot, D. L. (2017) International students and crime by Helen Forbes­‐Mewett, Jude McCulloch and Chris Nyland. Higher Education Research and Development, 36(5), pp. 1089-1091. (doi: 10.1080/07294360.2017.1316245)[Book Review]

Elliot, D. L. , Reid, K. and Baumfield, V. (2017) Capturing visual metaphors and tales: innovative or elusive? International Journal of Research and Method in Education, 40(5), pp. 480-496. (doi: 10.1080/1743727X.2016.1181164)

2016

Elliot, D. L. , Reid, K. and Baumfield, V. (2016) Beyond the amusement, puzzlement and challenges: an enquiry into international students’ academic acculturation. Studies in Higher Education, 41(12), pp. 2198-2217. (doi: 10.1080/03075079.2015.1029903)

Elliot, D. L. , Baumfield, V., Reid, K. and Makara, K. A. (2016) Hidden treasure: successful international doctoral students who found and harnessed the hidden curriculum. Oxford Review of Education, 42(6), pp. 733-748. (doi: 10.1080/03054985.2016.1229664)

Elliot, D. , Baumfield, V. and Reid, K. (2016) Searching for 'a third space’: a creative pathway towards international PhD students’ academic acculturation. Higher Education Research and Development, 35(6), pp. 1180-1195. (doi: 10.1080/07294360.2016.1144575)

Elliot, D. , Baumfield, V., Reid, K. and Makara Fuller, K. (2016) Critical Insights from Successful International Student Sojourners. In: American Educational Research Association Conference (AERA), Washington DC, USA, 8-12 Apr 2016, (Unpublished)

Wrigley, J., Makara, K. and Elliot, D. (2016) Evaluation of Roots of Empathy in Scotland 2014-15: Final Report for Action for Children. Project Report. Qa Research, York.

2015

Baumfield, V., Elliot, D. and Reid, K. (2015) The Academic Journeys of International Postgraduate Students. In: Going Global 2015, London, UK, 1-2 Jun 2015, (Unpublished)

Elliot, D.L. and Campbell, T. (2015) 'Really on the ball': exploring the implications of teachers' PE-CPD experience. Sport, Education and Society, 20(3), pp. 381-397. (doi: 10.1080/13573322.2013.765400)

Elliot, D. , Baumfield, V. and Reid, K. (2015) 'The world is your oyster': international students' doctoral journey. In: European Association for Research on Learning and Instruction (EARLI), Limassol, Cyprus, 25-29 Aug 2013, (Unpublished)

Elliot, D. , Reid, K. and Baumfield, V. (2015) Reaching new heights and capturing complexity: a case for greater use of visual methods in qualitative research. In: European Conference on Educational Research (ECER 2015), Budapest, Hungary, 8-11 Sep 2015, (Unpublished)

Reid, K. , Elliot, D. and Baumfield, V. (2015) In Pursuit of 'A Third Space': Strengthening the Links Between Research and Practice for International PhD Students. In: CRLL International Conference: Student Engagement: From Research to Practice, Glasgow, Scotland, 9 Sep 2015, (Unpublished)

2014

Elliot, D. , Reid, K. and Baumfield, V. (2014) Academic acculturation in British academia: international PhD students' journey. In: Earli SIG Conference 2014: Assessing Transitions in Learning, Leuven, Belgium, 20-22 Aug 2014, (Unpublished)

Elliot, D. , Wilson, D. and Boyle, S. (2014) Science learning via multimedia portal resources: the Scottish case. British Journal of Educational Technology, 45(4), pp. 571-580. (doi: 10.1111/bjet.12085)

Pollock, I. , Dickson, B. and Elliot, D. (2014) Evaluation of the Bookbug Antenatal Pilot Programme. Project Report. University of Glasgow, Glasgow.

2013

Campbell, T. and Elliot, D.L. (2013) Effective CPD: a necessary component of responsible teaching and sustainable learning? In: European Association for Research on Learning and Instruction (EARLI), Munich, Germany, 27-31 Aug 2013,

Campbell, T., Elliot, D.L. , Jess, M. and Atencio, M. (2013) Synchronised voices of primary PE teachers on their professional development. In: afPE National Conference, Burton-on-Trent, UK, 10 Jul 2013,

Elliot, D. and Gillen, A. (2013) Images and stories: through the eyes of at-risk college learners. International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education, (doi: 10.1080/09518398.2012.693217)

Elliot, D.L. , Atencio, M., Campbell, T. and Jess, M. (2013) From PE experiences to PE teaching practices? Insights from Scottish primary teachers’ experiences of PE, teacher education, school entry and professional development. Sport, Education and Society, 18(6), pp. 749-766. (doi: 10.1080/13573322.2011.609165)

Wilson, D., Jago, M. and Elliot, D. (2013) Clinical approaches to school experience during initial teacher education: the student experience. Researching Education Bulletin(5), pp. 25-28.

2012

Campbell, T., Elliot, D.L. , Atencio, M. and Jess, M. (2012) Networks as Learning Communities: New Contexts for Primary PE Teachers' Professional Development. In: European Association for Research on Learning and Instruction (EARLI) SIG 14, Antwerp, Belgium, August 2012, (Unpublished)

Elliot, D.L. and Campbell, T. (2012) 'It enabled me to perform better': Negotiating new knowledge skills in working life contexts. In: European Association for Research on Learning and Instruction (EARLI) SIG 14, Antwerp, Belgium, August 2012, (Unpublished)

Hayward, L. et al. (2012) Assessment at Transition. Project Report. University of Glasgow, Glasgow, UK.

Hayward, L. et al. (2012) Assessment at Transition: Executive Summary. Documentation. University of Glasgow, Glasgow.

Hayward, L. et al. (2012) Assessment at Transition: Report. Documentation. University of Glasgow, Glasgow.

Jess, M., Campbell, T., Atencio, M. and Elliot, D.L. (2012) The Scottish Primary PE Project (SPPEP): A Catalyst for Long-Lasting Change? In: ISCEMIC Pre-Olymic Conference, Glasgow, July 2012, (Unpublished)

2011

Elliot, D.L. , Wilson, D. and Boyle, S. (2011) Can Glow Science resources increase creativity and innovation in Scottish classrooms? In: European Conference on Education Research (ECER), Berlin, Germany, 13-16 Sep 2011, (Unpublished)

Elliot, D.L. , Wilson, D. and Boyle, S. (2011) GlowScience Evaluation. Project Report. Learning and Teaching Scotland, Glasgow, UK.

Lowden, K. , Hall, S. , Elliot, D. and Lewin, J. (2011) Employers' perceptions of the employability skills of new graduates. Project Report. Edge Foundation, London, UK.

Menter, I., Elliot, D. , Hulme, M., Lewin, J. and Lowden, K. (2011) A Guide to Practitioner Research in Education. Sage: London. ISBN 9781849201858

2010

Menter, I. et al. (2010) Research to Support Schools of Ambition: Final Report. Project Report. Scottish Government, Edinburgh, UK.

Patrick, F. , Elliot, D. , Hulme, M. and McPhee, A. (2010) The importance of collegiality and reciprocal learning in the professional development of beginning teachers. Journal of Education for Teaching: International Research and Pedagogy, 36(3), pp. 277-289. (doi: 10.1080/02607476.2010.497373)

Atencio, M., Jess, M., Campbell, T. and Elliot, D.L. (2010) The SPPEP project: investigating the impacts of curricular innovation and educational change in primary physical education. In: Scottish Educational Research Association (SERA) Annual Conference, Stirling, UK, Nov 2010, (Unpublished)

Elliot, D.L. , Atencio, M., Jess, M. and Campbell, T. (2010) 'I just wanted some inspiration because it just felt very dry, very repetitive': Primary PE teachers' previous experiences and backgrounds in PE, ITE, and CPD. In: Congress of the International Association of Physical Education in Higher Education (AIESEP), Coruna, Spain, Oct 2010, (Unpublished)

Menter, I. et al. (2010) Literature Review on Teacher Education in the 21st Century. Other. The Scottish Government, Edinburgh, UK.

2009

Baumfield, V., Livingston, K. , Menter, I., Hulme, M., Devlin, A.M. , Elliot, D. , Hall, S. , Lewin, J. and Lowden, K. (2009) Curriculum for Excellence Draft Experiences and Outcomes: Collection, analysis and reporting of data: Final report. Project Report. Learning and Teaching Scotland, Glasgow, UK.

Campbell, T., Elliot, D.L. , McGhie, E., Jess, M., Atencio, M. and Dewar, K. (2009) The Scottish primary physical education project: initial research findings. In: afPE National Conference, Cirencester, UK, 24-26 June 2009, (Unpublished)

Elliot, D.L. and Brna, P. (2009) 'I cannot study far from home': Non-traditional learners' participation in degree education. Journal of Further and Higher Education, 33(2), pp. 105-118. (doi: 10.1080/03098770902856645)

Hulme, M., Lowden, K. and Elliot, D. (2009) Teachers as researchers: initial experiences within the Scottish 'Schools of Ambition'. Journal of Teacher Education and Teachers' Work, 1(1), pp. 18-30.

Hulme, M. and Elliot, D. (2009) Continuity or change? professional culture among the teaching profession in Scotland. In: American Educational Research Association 2009 Annual Meeting Program: 'Disciplined Enquiry: Education Research in the Circle of Knowledge', San Diego, California, 13-17 April 2009, (Unpublished)

Hulme, M., McPhee, A., Patrick, F. and Elliot, D.L. (2009) Continuity or change? Professional culture amongst the teaching profession in Scotland. In: American Educational Research Association Conference (AERA), San Diego, CA, USA, 13-17 April 2009, (Unpublished)

Menter, I. et al. (2009) Research to support Schools of Ambition: Annual report 2009. Project Report. Scottish Government, Edinburgh, UK.

2008

Hulme, M., Elliot, D. , McPhee, A. and Patrick, F. (2008) Professional Culture Among New Entrants to the Teaching Profession. Project Report. GTCS/Scottish Government, Edinburgh, UK.

Baumfield, V., Menter, I., Hulme, M., Devlin, A.M. , Davidson, J., Elliot, D. , Hall, J., Hall, S. and Lowden, K. (2008) Curriculum for Excellence Draft Experiences and Outcomes: Collection, analysis and reporting of data. Interim report. Project Report. Learning and Teaching Scotland, Glasgow.

Elliot, D. (2008) A Study of Unengaged Young People in Fife (2006-2007). Project Report. Fife NEET Strategy Group, Fife, UK.

Elliot, D.L. (2008) What are the future plans of 'unengaged young people'? Exploring the views of Scottish youth-at-risk. In: European Conference on Educational Research, Gothenburg, Sweden, 8-12 Sept 2008, (Unpublished)

Elliot, D.L. , Davidson, J.K. and Lewin, J. (2008) Understanding Standards Website: An Evaluation. Project Report. Scottish Qualifications Authority, Glasgow, UK.

Elliot, D.L. , Gillen, A., Giannasi, S., Meeke, M. and Rothwell, N. (2008) My Photos, My Story: An Account of College Learners' Voices. Project Report. Adam Smith College, Kirkcaldy.

Elliot, D.L. , Gillen, A. and Rothwell, N. (2008) Can you hear me through my photos? Engaging learners at-risk to understand their experience in college. In: British Educational Research Association (BERA) Annual Conference, Heriot Watt University, Edinburgh, UK, 3-6 Sept 2008, (Unpublished)

Menter, I. et al. (2008) Research to support schools of ambition: annual report 2008. Project Report. Scottish Government, Edinburgh, UK.

2007

Davidson, J.K. and Elliot, D. (2007) A comparison of e-learning in Scotland's colleges and secondary schools: the case of National Qualifications in 'Core Skills'. Journal of Computer Assisted Learning, 23(6), pp. 511-522. (doi: 10.1111/j.1365-2729.2007.00250.x)

Menter, I. et al. (2007) Research to support schools of ambition: annual report 2007. Project Report. Scottish Government, Edinburgh, UK.

Elliot, D. , Devlin, A.M. , Livingston, K. , Menter, I., Hall, S. , Lowden, K. , Hulme, M. and Rimpilainen, S. (2007) Research to support schools of ambition: experience of the first year. In: British Educational Research Association (BERA) Annual Conference, Institute of Education, University of London, Sept 2007, (Unpublished)

Elliot, D.L. and Brna, P. (2007) A Feasibility Study for College Collaboration on Increasing Participation in Degree Level Study. Project Report. Fife Colleges, Fife, UK.

Elliot, D.L. , Davidson, J.K. and Lewin, J. (2007) Literature Review of Current Approaches to the Provision of Education for Children with Dyslexia. Project Report. HM Inspectorate of Education, Livingston, UK.

Menter, I. et al. (2007) Research to support schools of ambition: a double edged sword? In: Scottish Educational Research Association (SERA) Conference, Perth, Scotland, November 2007, (Unpublished)

2006

Davidson, J.K., Elliot, D. , Garside, L., Brna, P. and Wilkinson, J.E. (2006) Study of the Open, Flexible and Distance Learning (OFDL) Project. Project Report. Scottish Executive Education Department, Edinburgh, UK.

Pirrie, A., Elliot, D. , McConnell, F. and Wilkinson, J.E. (2006) Evaluations of Eco School Scotland. Project Report. Beautiful Scotland, Stirling, UK.

2005

Elliot, D. and Kerr, K. (2005) Are there significant factors to students' success? In: Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference of the Centre for Research in Lifelong Learning (CRLL), University of Stirling, 24-26 June 2005. Centre for Research in Lifelong Learning: Glasgow, UK, pp. 160-167. ISBN 9781903661727

Elliot, D. and Morrison, M. (2005) Success or no success – what are the factors? In: British Educational Research Association (BERA) Annual Conference, University of Glamorgan, Pontypridd, UK, 15-18 Sept 2005, (Unpublished)

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Articles

Zhang, J., Elliot, D. L. and Makara, K. A. (2024) Likened to “a boiled egg”: a new framework for understanding Chinese postgraduate taught students’ transitional experience. Journal of International Students, 14(3), pp. 42-60. (doi: 10.32674/jis.v14i3.6046)

He, R., Köksal, S., Cockayne, H. and Elliot, D. L. (2024) It’s more than just food: the role of food among Chinese international students’ acculturation experiences in the UK and USA. Food, Culture and Society, (doi: 10.1080/15528014.2024.2330180) (Early Online Publication)

Elliot, D. L. (2023) Editorial. Innovations in Education and Teaching International, 60(2), pp. 149-151. (doi: 10.1080/14703297.2023.2180171)

Dai, K. and Elliot, D. L. (2023) ‘Shi men’ as key doctoral practice: understanding international doctoral students’ learning communities and research culture in China. Oxford Review of Education, 49(5), pp. 588-603. (doi: 10.1080/03054985.2022.2123309)

Sakurai, Y., Shimauchi, S., Shimmi, Y., Amaki, Y., Hanada, S. and Elliot, D. L. (2022) Competing meanings of international experiences for early-career researchers: a collaborative autoethnographic approach. Higher Education Research and Development, 41(7), pp. 2367-2381. (doi: 10.1080/07294360.2021.2014410)

Elliot, D. (2022) Editorial. Innovations in Education and Teaching International, 59(5), pp. 497-498. (doi: 10.1080/14703297.2022.2120734)

Elliot, D. L. (2022) A ‘doctoral compass’: strategic reflection, self-assessment and recalibration for navigating the ’twin’ doctoral journey. Studies in Higher Education, 47(8), pp. 1652-1665. (doi: 10.1080/03075079.2021.1946033)

Elliot, D. L. and Makara, K. A. (2021) An online community of international scholars: enabling spaces for reciprocal academic and psychological support. Innovations in Education and Teaching International, 58(6), pp. 693-703. (doi: 10.1080/14703297.2021.1991424)

Waite, F. and Elliot, D. L. (2021) Feeling like 'a damaged battery': exploring the lived experiences of UK university students with ME/CFS. Fatigue: Biomedicine, Health and Behavior, 9(3), pp. 159-174. (doi: 10.1080/21641846.2021.1969800)

Umer, M. and Elliot, D. L. (2021) Being hopeful: exploring the dynamics of posttraumatic growth and hope in refugees. Journal of Refugee Studies, 34(1), pp. 953-975. (doi: 10.1093/jrs/fez002)

Elliot, D. L. , Dangeni, , He, R., Pacheco, E.-M. , Balgabekova, D., Tripornchaisak, N. and Makara, K. (2020) Considerations for designing pandemic-friendly research. International Journal of Social Research Methodology [Blog], 12 Aug.

Fogarty, M. and Elliot, D. L. (2020) The role of humour in the social care professions: an exploratory study. British Journal of Social Work, 50(3), pp. 778-796. (doi: 10.1093/bjsw/bcz027)

Elliot, D. L. (2020) Publishing with dissertation students: A covert strategy for developing psychology students’ employability skills? Psychology Teaching Review, 26(1), pp. 96-102.

Cai, L., Dangeni, D., Elliot, D. L. , He, R., Liu, J., Makara, K. A. , Pacheco, E.-M. , Shih, H.-Y., Wang, W. and Zhang, J. (2019) A conceptual enquiry into communities of practice as praxis in international doctoral education. Journal of Praxis in Higher Education, 1(1), pp. 11-36. (doi: 10.47989/kpdc74)

Elliot, D. L. and Kobayashi, S. (2019) How can PhD supervisors play a role in bridging academic cultures? Teaching in Higher Education, 24(8), pp. 911-929. (doi: 10.1080/13562517.2018.1517305)

Elliot, D. L. , Reid, K. and Baumfield, V. (2017) Capturing visual metaphors and tales: innovative or elusive? International Journal of Research and Method in Education, 40(5), pp. 480-496. (doi: 10.1080/1743727X.2016.1181164)

Elliot, D. L. , Reid, K. and Baumfield, V. (2016) Beyond the amusement, puzzlement and challenges: an enquiry into international students’ academic acculturation. Studies in Higher Education, 41(12), pp. 2198-2217. (doi: 10.1080/03075079.2015.1029903)

Elliot, D. L. , Baumfield, V., Reid, K. and Makara, K. A. (2016) Hidden treasure: successful international doctoral students who found and harnessed the hidden curriculum. Oxford Review of Education, 42(6), pp. 733-748. (doi: 10.1080/03054985.2016.1229664)

Elliot, D. , Baumfield, V. and Reid, K. (2016) Searching for 'a third space’: a creative pathway towards international PhD students’ academic acculturation. Higher Education Research and Development, 35(6), pp. 1180-1195. (doi: 10.1080/07294360.2016.1144575)

Elliot, D.L. and Campbell, T. (2015) 'Really on the ball': exploring the implications of teachers' PE-CPD experience. Sport, Education and Society, 20(3), pp. 381-397. (doi: 10.1080/13573322.2013.765400)

Elliot, D. , Wilson, D. and Boyle, S. (2014) Science learning via multimedia portal resources: the Scottish case. British Journal of Educational Technology, 45(4), pp. 571-580. (doi: 10.1111/bjet.12085)

Elliot, D. and Gillen, A. (2013) Images and stories: through the eyes of at-risk college learners. International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education, (doi: 10.1080/09518398.2012.693217)

Elliot, D.L. , Atencio, M., Campbell, T. and Jess, M. (2013) From PE experiences to PE teaching practices? Insights from Scottish primary teachers’ experiences of PE, teacher education, school entry and professional development. Sport, Education and Society, 18(6), pp. 749-766. (doi: 10.1080/13573322.2011.609165)

Wilson, D., Jago, M. and Elliot, D. (2013) Clinical approaches to school experience during initial teacher education: the student experience. Researching Education Bulletin(5), pp. 25-28.

Patrick, F. , Elliot, D. , Hulme, M. and McPhee, A. (2010) The importance of collegiality and reciprocal learning in the professional development of beginning teachers. Journal of Education for Teaching: International Research and Pedagogy, 36(3), pp. 277-289. (doi: 10.1080/02607476.2010.497373)

Elliot, D.L. and Brna, P. (2009) 'I cannot study far from home': Non-traditional learners' participation in degree education. Journal of Further and Higher Education, 33(2), pp. 105-118. (doi: 10.1080/03098770902856645)

Hulme, M., Lowden, K. and Elliot, D. (2009) Teachers as researchers: initial experiences within the Scottish 'Schools of Ambition'. Journal of Teacher Education and Teachers' Work, 1(1), pp. 18-30.

Davidson, J.K. and Elliot, D. (2007) A comparison of e-learning in Scotland's colleges and secondary schools: the case of National Qualifications in 'Core Skills'. Journal of Computer Assisted Learning, 23(6), pp. 511-522. (doi: 10.1111/j.1365-2729.2007.00250.x)

Books

Elliot, D. L. (2023) Navigating Your International Doctoral Experience (and Beyond). Series: Insider guides to success in academia. Routledge. ISBN 9781032220505

Elliot, D. L. , Bengsten, S. S.E., Guccione, K. and Kobayashi, S. (2020) The Hidden Curriculum in Doctoral Education. Palgrave Macmillan: London. ISBN 9783030414962 (doi: 10.1007/978-3-030-41497-9)

Menter, I., Elliot, D. , Hulme, M., Lewin, J. and Lowden, K. (2011) A Guide to Practitioner Research in Education. Sage: London. ISBN 9781849201858

Book Sections

Elliot, D. L. , Lido, C. , Evangelista, Z. , Kassous, I. Z., Najim, A. A. and Alves, I. (2024) Mind the gap! International doctoral scholars’ and supervisors’ perspectives of wellbeing and help-seeking behaviour. In: Hammond, K. and Lemon, N. (eds.) Navigating Tensions and Transitions in Higher Education: Effective Skills for Maintaining Wellbeing and Self-care. Series: Wellbeing and self-care in higher education. Routledge, pp. 216-229. ISBN 9781032698588 (In Press)

Elliot, D. L. (2023) Developing a disposition for harnessing the hidden curriculum en route to becoming independent researchers: the role of doctoral supervisors. In: Elliot, D. L., Bengtsen, S. S. E. and Guccione, K. (eds.) Developing Researcher Independence Through the Hidden Curriculum. Palgrave Macmillan: London. ISBN 9783031428746 (doi: 10.1007/978-3-031-42875-3_9)

Elliot, D. L. , Bengtsen, S. S. E. and Guccione, K. (2023) Introduction. In: Elliot, D. L., Bengtsen, S. S.E. and Guccione, K. (eds.) Developing Researcher Independence Through the Hidden Curriculum. Palgrave Macmillan: London. ISBN 9783031428746 (doi: 10.1007/978-3-031-42875-3_1)

Elliot, D. L. , Guccione, K. and Bengtsen, S. S.E. (2023) Concluding thoughts. In: Elliot, D. L., Bengtsen, S. S. E. and Guccione, K. (eds.) Developing Researcher Independence Through the Hidden Curriculum. Palgrave Macmillan: London. ISBN 9783031428746 (doi: 10.1007/978-3-031-42875-3_24)

Makara, K. A. , Balgabekova, D., Gordon, K., Meng, F., Tripornchaisak, N. , WU, Z. and Elliot, D. L. (2023) ‘It is a nice way to end the week’: Journal Club as an authentic and safe learning space. In: Elliot, D. L., Bengtsen, S. S. E. and Guccione, K. (eds.) Developing Researcher Independence Through the Hidden Curriculum. Palgrave Macmillan: London. ISBN 9783031428746 (doi: 10.1007/978-3-031-42875-3_6)

Elliot, D. (2023) Harnessing intercultural learning by creating ‘small cultures’ in doctoral communities. In: Jones, E., Norlin, B., Rönnqvist, C. and Sullivan, K.P.H. (eds.) Internationalization of the Doctoral Experience: Models, Opportunities and Outcomes. Routledge. (Accepted for Publication)

Elliot, D.L. , Swingler, M., Gardani, M. , Pacheco, E.-M. and Boyle, J. (2023) ‘Let’s talk about well-being!’: Fostering interdependence in doctoral communities. In: Cahusac de Caux, B., Pretorius, L. and Macaulay, L. (eds.) Research and Teaching in a Pandemic World: The Challenges of Establishing Academic Identities During Times of Crisis. Springer, pp. 481-496. ISBN 9789811977565 (doi: 10.1007/978-981-19-7757-2_32)

Elliot, D.L. , Ohlsen, S., Guccione, K. , Daley, R.A. and Blackmore, C. (2023) “The PhD is a personal individual struggle … but you don’t have to struggle alone”: Supervisors’ perspectives of international scholars’ well-being. In: Edwards, M., Martin, A. and Ashkanasy, N. (eds.) Handbook of Academic Mental Health. Edward Elgar Publishing Limited. (In Press)

Dangeni, *, Elliot, D. L. and MacDiarmid, C. (2021) Audio diaries: a creative research method for higher education studies in the digital age. In: Cao, X. and Henderson, E. F. (eds.) Exploring Diary Methods in Higher Education Research. Series: Research into Higher Education. Routledge: Abingdon. ISBN 9780367345211

Lee, S. and Elliot, D. L. (2020) Re-imagining international doctoral students as diasporic academics. In: Gaulee, U., Sharma, G.S. and Bista, K. (eds.) Rethinking Education Across Borders: Emerging Issues and Critical Insights on Globally Mobile Students. Springer: New York, NY, pp. 255-268. ISBN 9789811523984

Elliot, D. L. , He, R. and Dangeni, (2019) Setting and adjusting experiences of supervision. In: Dollinger, M. (ed.) Getting the Most Out of Your Doctorate: The Importance of Supervision, Networking and Becoming a Global Academic. Series: Surviving and Thriving in Academia. Emerald, pp. 19-34. ISBN 9781787699083

Elliot, D. L. (2018) Intercultural encounters: Intertwined complexities and opportunities in international students’ experience. In: Korhonen, V. and Alenius, P. (eds.) Internationalisation and Transnationalisation in Higher Education. Series: Studies in vocational and continuing education (17). Peter Lang. ISBN 9783034327763 (doi: 10.3726/b11212)

Elliot, D. and Kerr, K. (2005) Are there significant factors to students' success? In: Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference of the Centre for Research in Lifelong Learning (CRLL), University of Stirling, 24-26 June 2005. Centre for Research in Lifelong Learning: Glasgow, UK, pp. 160-167. ISBN 9781903661727

Book Reviews

Elliot, D. L. (2023) Psychology of Education: Theory, Research and Evidence-Based Practice by Janet Lord. Psychology Teaching Review, 29(1), pp. 65-66. [Book Review]

Elliot, D. L. (2021) Essentials for Blended Learning (2nd edition) by Jared Stein and Charles R. Graham. Psychology Teaching Review, 27(1), pp. 81-82. [Book Review]

Elliot, D. L. (2021) Intercultural Politeness: managing relations across cultures by Helen Spencer-Oatey and Daniel Z. Kadar. Social Psychological Review, 23(1), pp. 19-20. [Book Review]

Elliot, D. (2017) 53 Ways to Enhance Researcher Development. Rob Daley, Kay Guccione and Steve Hutchinson. Studies in Graduate and Postdoctoral Education, 8(2), pp. 220-223. (doi: 10.1108/SGPE-D-17-00037)[Book Review]

Elliot, D. L. (2017) International students and crime by Helen Forbes­‐Mewett, Jude McCulloch and Chris Nyland. Higher Education Research and Development, 36(5), pp. 1089-1091. (doi: 10.1080/07294360.2017.1316245)[Book Review]

Edited Books

Elliot, D. L. , Bengtsen, S. S. E. and Guccione, K. (Eds.) (2023) Developing Researcher Independence Through the Hidden Curriculum. Palgrave Macmillan: London. ISBN 9783031428746

Research Reports or Papers

Elliot, D. , Gardani, M. , Gordon, K. and Balgabekova, D. (2024) Amplifying Voices of International Doctoral Scholars on Intercultural Perspectives. Project Report. UKCISA, London. (Submitted)

Blackmore, C., Ohlsen, S., Guccione, K. and Elliot, D. (2020) Are you ok?’ Mental health and wellbeing of international doctoral students in the UK: an investigation of supervisors’ understanding and existing support provision. Project Report. UK Council for International Student Affairs (UKCISA), London.

Elliot, D. L. , Houston, M. , Makara, K. , Reid, K. and Lido, C. (2018) Enhancing the Experience of International Doctoral Researchers - Key Messages. Project Report. UK Council for Graduate Education.

Elliot, D. L. , Houston, M. , Makara, K. and Reid, K. (2017) ESRC IAA Workshop: Towards Maximising International PhD Students' Experience: Extended Summary. Project Report. University of Glasgow.

Wrigley, J., Makara, K. and Elliot, D. (2016) Evaluation of Roots of Empathy in Scotland 2014-15: Final Report for Action for Children. Project Report. Qa Research, York.

Pollock, I. , Dickson, B. and Elliot, D. (2014) Evaluation of the Bookbug Antenatal Pilot Programme. Project Report. University of Glasgow, Glasgow.

Hayward, L. et al. (2012) Assessment at Transition. Project Report. University of Glasgow, Glasgow, UK.

Hayward, L. et al. (2012) Assessment at Transition: Executive Summary. Documentation. University of Glasgow, Glasgow.

Hayward, L. et al. (2012) Assessment at Transition: Report. Documentation. University of Glasgow, Glasgow.

Elliot, D.L. , Wilson, D. and Boyle, S. (2011) GlowScience Evaluation. Project Report. Learning and Teaching Scotland, Glasgow, UK.

Lowden, K. , Hall, S. , Elliot, D. and Lewin, J. (2011) Employers' perceptions of the employability skills of new graduates. Project Report. Edge Foundation, London, UK.

Menter, I. et al. (2010) Research to Support Schools of Ambition: Final Report. Project Report. Scottish Government, Edinburgh, UK.

Menter, I. et al. (2010) Literature Review on Teacher Education in the 21st Century. Other. The Scottish Government, Edinburgh, UK.

Baumfield, V., Livingston, K. , Menter, I., Hulme, M., Devlin, A.M. , Elliot, D. , Hall, S. , Lewin, J. and Lowden, K. (2009) Curriculum for Excellence Draft Experiences and Outcomes: Collection, analysis and reporting of data: Final report. Project Report. Learning and Teaching Scotland, Glasgow, UK.

Menter, I. et al. (2009) Research to support Schools of Ambition: Annual report 2009. Project Report. Scottish Government, Edinburgh, UK.

Hulme, M., Elliot, D. , McPhee, A. and Patrick, F. (2008) Professional Culture Among New Entrants to the Teaching Profession. Project Report. GTCS/Scottish Government, Edinburgh, UK.

Baumfield, V., Menter, I., Hulme, M., Devlin, A.M. , Davidson, J., Elliot, D. , Hall, J., Hall, S. and Lowden, K. (2008) Curriculum for Excellence Draft Experiences and Outcomes: Collection, analysis and reporting of data. Interim report. Project Report. Learning and Teaching Scotland, Glasgow.

Elliot, D. (2008) A Study of Unengaged Young People in Fife (2006-2007). Project Report. Fife NEET Strategy Group, Fife, UK.

Elliot, D.L. , Davidson, J.K. and Lewin, J. (2008) Understanding Standards Website: An Evaluation. Project Report. Scottish Qualifications Authority, Glasgow, UK.

Elliot, D.L. , Gillen, A., Giannasi, S., Meeke, M. and Rothwell, N. (2008) My Photos, My Story: An Account of College Learners' Voices. Project Report. Adam Smith College, Kirkcaldy.

Menter, I. et al. (2008) Research to support schools of ambition: annual report 2008. Project Report. Scottish Government, Edinburgh, UK.

Menter, I. et al. (2007) Research to support schools of ambition: annual report 2007. Project Report. Scottish Government, Edinburgh, UK.

Elliot, D.L. and Brna, P. (2007) A Feasibility Study for College Collaboration on Increasing Participation in Degree Level Study. Project Report. Fife Colleges, Fife, UK.

Elliot, D.L. , Davidson, J.K. and Lewin, J. (2007) Literature Review of Current Approaches to the Provision of Education for Children with Dyslexia. Project Report. HM Inspectorate of Education, Livingston, UK.

Davidson, J.K., Elliot, D. , Garside, L., Brna, P. and Wilkinson, J.E. (2006) Study of the Open, Flexible and Distance Learning (OFDL) Project. Project Report. Scottish Executive Education Department, Edinburgh, UK.

Pirrie, A., Elliot, D. , McConnell, F. and Wilkinson, J.E. (2006) Evaluations of Eco School Scotland. Project Report. Beautiful Scotland, Stirling, UK.

Conference or Workshop Item

Elliot, D. L. , Gardani, M. , Gordon, K. and Balgabekova, D. (2024) Harnessing New Knowledge, Insights and Engagement Through the Voices of International Doctoral Scholars. 14th Quality in Postgraduate Research Conference (QPR2024), Adelaide, Australia, 17-19 April 2024.

Elliot, D. L. (2023) Potentials, Challenges and Uncertainties: Managing Cross-cultural Transitions in Doctoral and Post-doctoral Contexts. 20th Biennial EARLI Conference, Thessaloniki, Greece, 22-26 Aug 2023.

Elliot, D. L. , Makara Fuller, K. A. , WU, Z., Tripornchaisak, N. , Meng, F., Gordon, K. and Balgabekova, D. (2023) We even got snacks’: journal club as an authentic and safe space for engaging in scholarly debates and arguments. Higher Education Reform Conference (HER), Glasgow, UK, 21-23 June 2023. (Unpublished)

Elliot, D.L. and Makara, K.A. (2021) ‘When You Are Far From Family Abroad’: What Being Part of a Small Community Means for International Doctoral Scholars During the Pandemic. UK Council for Graduate Education Annual Conference (UKCGE 2021), 28 Jun - 02 Jul 2021. (Unpublished)

Elliot, D. L. and Makara, K. A. (2021) Sailing Through the Pandemic via the Camaraderie of an Online Scholarly Community. 4th International Doctoral Education Research Network (IDERN) Webinar, 13th April 2021. (Unpublished)

Elliot, D. L. (2021) Why Is There a Need For a ‘Doctoral Compass’? A Metacognitive Scaffolding for Navigating Doctoral Progression. Society of Research into Higher Education Annual Research Conference, 06-10 Dec 2021.

Daley, R., Guccione, K. , Elliot, D. L. , Blackmore, C. and Ohlsen, S. (2020) Developing a toolkit to support supervisors to enhance PGR wellbeing. UK Council for Graduate Education Annual Conference (UKCGE 2020), (online), 29 Jun - 3 Jul 2020. (Unpublished)

Elliot, D. L. and Pringle Barnes, G. (2020) The hidden curriculum among international postgraduate students. Society for Research into Higher Education Seminar (SRHE: International Researcher and Researchers Network), (online), 30 June 2020. (Unpublished)

Elliot, D. L. , Ohlsen, S., Blackmore, C., Guccione, K. and Daley, R. (2020) ‘It’s About Academia, But it’s Not All About Academia’: International doctoral researchers' psychological well-being. European Conference on Educational Research (ECER 2020), Glasgow, UK, 24-28 Aug 2020 [Event cancelled]. (Unpublished)

Blackmore, C. and Elliot, D. L. (2020) ‘Are you OK?’: International Doctoral Student Mental Health From a Supervisor Perspective. UKCISA Members’ Seminar 2020, Glasgow, UK, 3rd March 2020. (Unpublished)

Guccione, K. and Elliot, D. (2019) How much do we appreciate international postgraduate researcher’s psychological wellbeing? Perspectives from their first port of call. Society for Research into Higher Education Annual Research Conference 2019, Newport, Wales, 11 - 13 December 2019. (Unpublished)

Elliot, D.L. (2019) Exposing the Hidden Curriculum in International Doctoral Contexts. 18th European Association for Research on Learning and Instruction (EARLI), Aachen, Germany, 12-16 Aug 2019. (Unpublished)

Blackmore, C., Elliot, D.L. , Ohlsen, S., Daley, R. and Guccione, K. (2019) ‘Are you OK?’ Mental Health and Wellbeing of International Doctoral Students in the UK: an Investigation of Supervisors’ Understanding and Existing Support Provision. UKCISA Annual Conference, Keele, UK, 03-05 Jul 2019. (Unpublished)

Blackmore, C., Ohlsen, S., Guccione, K. , Elliot, D.L. and Daley, R. (2019) ‘Are you OK?’ Mental Health and Wellbeing of International Doctoral Students in the UK: an Investigation of Supervisors’ Understanding and Existing Support Provision. 1st International Conference on the Mental Health & Wellbeing of Postgraduate Researchers, Brighton, UK, 16-17 May 2019. (Unpublished)

Daley, R. and Elliot, D.L. (2019) Untangling the Evidence! How Well do we Understand the International PGR Student Experience in the UK? Advance HE Surveys and Insights Conference 2019, Bristol, UK, 08 May 2019. (Unpublished)

Elliot, D.L. , Guccione, K. and Bengsten, S.S.E. (2018) Feasible Utopias in Doctoral Education: a Research Based Model for Expanded Doctoral Pedagogy. Society for Research into Higher Education Annual Research Conference, Newport, Wales, 05-07 Dec 2018. (Unpublished)

Elliot, D.L. and Guccione, K. (2018) Professional writing: What is the range? What are the challenges? EARLI SIG 24 Biennial Conference, Copenhagen, Denmark, 30 Sept-02 Oct 2018. (Unpublished)

Daley, R. and Elliot, D.L. (2018) The International Doctoral Student Experience: Filling in the Blanks. UKCGE Annual Conference, Bristol, UK, 02-03 July 2018. (Unpublished)

Guccione, K. , Elliot, D.L. and Bengsten, S.S.E. (2018) Reimagining the Doctorate: 'Feasible Utopias’ for Expanded Doctoral Education. Society for Research into Higher Education Postgraduate Issues Network Seminar, London, UK, 29 June 2018. (Unpublished)

Daley, R., Elliot, D.L. , Pacheco, E.M. and Witayarat, N. (2018) Where is the Evidence? The International PGR Experience. QAA Scotland 15th Enhancement Conference, Glasgow, UK, 07 June 2018. (Unpublished)

Elliot, D.L. (2018) Critical Insights on Inherent Opportunities and Complexities Presented by Educational Sojourns. Comparative Education Research Centre (CERC) Seminar, Hong Kong, China, 17 April 2018. (Unpublished)

Conference Proceedings

Reid, K. , Elliot, D. , Witayarat, N. and Wilson-Smith, K. (2018) Reflecting on the Use of Photo-elicitation Methods in IPA Research. Enhancing the Interpretative Lens and Re-balancing Power Back to the Participant. A Review of Published Studies. In: World Conference on Qualitative Research, Lisbon, Portugal, 17-19 Oct 2018, pp. 108-109. ISBN 9789728914899

Elliot, D.L. and Kobayashi, S. (2017) Do PhD Supervisors Play a Role in Bridging Academic Cultures? In: 17th European Association for Research on Learning and Instruction (EARLI), Tampere, Finland, 29 Aug - 2 Sept 2017, (Unpublished)

Elliot, D. L. (2017) Empowering International Students by Embedding Formative Experience in Course Design. In: 10th Annual University of Glasgow Learning and Teaching Conference, Glasgow, UK, 30 Mar 2017, (Unpublished)

Elliot, D. , Baumfield, V., Reid, K. and Makara Fuller, K. (2016) Critical Insights from Successful International Student Sojourners. In: American Educational Research Association Conference (AERA), Washington DC, USA, 8-12 Apr 2016, (Unpublished)

Baumfield, V., Elliot, D. and Reid, K. (2015) The Academic Journeys of International Postgraduate Students. In: Going Global 2015, London, UK, 1-2 Jun 2015, (Unpublished)

Elliot, D. , Baumfield, V. and Reid, K. (2015) 'The world is your oyster': international students' doctoral journey. In: European Association for Research on Learning and Instruction (EARLI), Limassol, Cyprus, 25-29 Aug 2013, (Unpublished)

Elliot, D. , Reid, K. and Baumfield, V. (2015) Reaching new heights and capturing complexity: a case for greater use of visual methods in qualitative research. In: European Conference on Educational Research (ECER 2015), Budapest, Hungary, 8-11 Sep 2015, (Unpublished)

Reid, K. , Elliot, D. and Baumfield, V. (2015) In Pursuit of 'A Third Space': Strengthening the Links Between Research and Practice for International PhD Students. In: CRLL International Conference: Student Engagement: From Research to Practice, Glasgow, Scotland, 9 Sep 2015, (Unpublished)

Elliot, D. , Reid, K. and Baumfield, V. (2014) Academic acculturation in British academia: international PhD students' journey. In: Earli SIG Conference 2014: Assessing Transitions in Learning, Leuven, Belgium, 20-22 Aug 2014, (Unpublished)

Campbell, T. and Elliot, D.L. (2013) Effective CPD: a necessary component of responsible teaching and sustainable learning? In: European Association for Research on Learning and Instruction (EARLI), Munich, Germany, 27-31 Aug 2013,

Campbell, T., Elliot, D.L. , Jess, M. and Atencio, M. (2013) Synchronised voices of primary PE teachers on their professional development. In: afPE National Conference, Burton-on-Trent, UK, 10 Jul 2013,

Campbell, T., Elliot, D.L. , Atencio, M. and Jess, M. (2012) Networks as Learning Communities: New Contexts for Primary PE Teachers' Professional Development. In: European Association for Research on Learning and Instruction (EARLI) SIG 14, Antwerp, Belgium, August 2012, (Unpublished)

Elliot, D.L. and Campbell, T. (2012) 'It enabled me to perform better': Negotiating new knowledge skills in working life contexts. In: European Association for Research on Learning and Instruction (EARLI) SIG 14, Antwerp, Belgium, August 2012, (Unpublished)

Jess, M., Campbell, T., Atencio, M. and Elliot, D.L. (2012) The Scottish Primary PE Project (SPPEP): A Catalyst for Long-Lasting Change? In: ISCEMIC Pre-Olymic Conference, Glasgow, July 2012, (Unpublished)

Elliot, D.L. , Wilson, D. and Boyle, S. (2011) Can Glow Science resources increase creativity and innovation in Scottish classrooms? In: European Conference on Education Research (ECER), Berlin, Germany, 13-16 Sep 2011, (Unpublished)

Atencio, M., Jess, M., Campbell, T. and Elliot, D.L. (2010) The SPPEP project: investigating the impacts of curricular innovation and educational change in primary physical education. In: Scottish Educational Research Association (SERA) Annual Conference, Stirling, UK, Nov 2010, (Unpublished)

Elliot, D.L. , Atencio, M., Jess, M. and Campbell, T. (2010) 'I just wanted some inspiration because it just felt very dry, very repetitive': Primary PE teachers' previous experiences and backgrounds in PE, ITE, and CPD. In: Congress of the International Association of Physical Education in Higher Education (AIESEP), Coruna, Spain, Oct 2010, (Unpublished)

Campbell, T., Elliot, D.L. , McGhie, E., Jess, M., Atencio, M. and Dewar, K. (2009) The Scottish primary physical education project: initial research findings. In: afPE National Conference, Cirencester, UK, 24-26 June 2009, (Unpublished)

Hulme, M. and Elliot, D. (2009) Continuity or change? professional culture among the teaching profession in Scotland. In: American Educational Research Association 2009 Annual Meeting Program: 'Disciplined Enquiry: Education Research in the Circle of Knowledge', San Diego, California, 13-17 April 2009, (Unpublished)

Hulme, M., McPhee, A., Patrick, F. and Elliot, D.L. (2009) Continuity or change? Professional culture amongst the teaching profession in Scotland. In: American Educational Research Association Conference (AERA), San Diego, CA, USA, 13-17 April 2009, (Unpublished)

Elliot, D.L. (2008) What are the future plans of 'unengaged young people'? Exploring the views of Scottish youth-at-risk. In: European Conference on Educational Research, Gothenburg, Sweden, 8-12 Sept 2008, (Unpublished)

Elliot, D.L. , Gillen, A. and Rothwell, N. (2008) Can you hear me through my photos? Engaging learners at-risk to understand their experience in college. In: British Educational Research Association (BERA) Annual Conference, Heriot Watt University, Edinburgh, UK, 3-6 Sept 2008, (Unpublished)

Elliot, D. , Devlin, A.M. , Livingston, K. , Menter, I., Hall, S. , Lowden, K. , Hulme, M. and Rimpilainen, S. (2007) Research to support schools of ambition: experience of the first year. In: British Educational Research Association (BERA) Annual Conference, Institute of Education, University of London, Sept 2007, (Unpublished)

Menter, I. et al. (2007) Research to support schools of ambition: a double edged sword? In: Scottish Educational Research Association (SERA) Conference, Perth, Scotland, November 2007, (Unpublished)

Elliot, D. and Morrison, M. (2005) Success or no success – what are the factors? In: British Educational Research Association (BERA) Annual Conference, University of Glamorgan, Pontypridd, UK, 15-18 Sept 2005, (Unpublished)

Website

Bengsten, S. S.E., Elliot, D. L. , Guccione, K. and Kobayashi, S. (2020) The Hidden Curriculum in Doctoral Education. [Website]

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Grants

  • 2023. AVID* Scholars project.
    (*Amplifying Voices of Internaitonal Doctoral Scholars)
    Funded by the UK Council for International Student Affairs (UKCISA). 
    Principal Investigator. With Dr Dr Maria Gardani, Karen Gordon, Dr Dayana Balgabekova.

  • 2021. Advancing positive institutional research culture for doctoral scholars and supervisors in the UK (Preparatory phase).
    College Research Fund (CRF). 
    Principal Investigator. With Dr Emily-Marie Pacheco, Dr Maria Gardani, Dr Maxine Swingler, Dr Jennifer Boyle and Dr Maxinne Connolly-Panagopoulos.
     
  • 2018. Mental health and wellbeing of international doctoral students in the UK: An investigation of supervisors' understanding and existing support provision. (Are you ok?)
    Funded by the UK Council for International Student Affairs (UKCISA).
    Co-Investigator. With Dr Chris Blackmore (PI), Dr Kay Guccione and Dr Rob Daley. 

  • 2018. Partnership development between the University of Glasgow's School of Education and two universities in Hong Kong. International Partnership Development Funding (IPDF).

  • 2016. Towards maximising international PhD students' experience in the UK.
    Economic and Social Research Council IAA.
    Principal Investigator. With Dr Muir Houston, Dr Kara Makara and Dr Kate Reid.

  • 2014-2015. Research consultancy for the Evaluation of the Roots of Empathy (Scotland) - a programme designed to increase empathy and decrease aggression among Scottish children.
  • 2014. Intercultural Understanding of Postgraduate Studies. International Partnership Development Funding (IPDF).
    With Professor Vivienne Baumfield and Dr Kate Reid.
  • 2013. Academic acculturation through international education: The British Higher Education experience.
    Adam Smith Research Foundation (ASRF) Seedcorn Fund. 
    Principal Investigator. With Dr Kate Reid and Professor Vivienne Baumfield.
  • 2012. Evaluation of the Bookbug Antenatal Pilot Programme.
    Funded by The Scottish Book Trust.
    Co-Investigator. With Dr Irene Pollock (PI) and Dr Beth Dickson.
  • 2011. The Scottish Primary Physical Education Project Phase 3.
    Funded by The Scottish Government.
    Principal Investigator. Directed by Theresa Campbell.
  • 2010. GlowScience Evaluation
    Funded by Learning and Teaching Scotland.
    Principal Investigator.
  • 2010. Proposal to support teachers in developing expertise and confidence in assessment at the point of transition between primary and secondary within the context of Curriculum for Excellence.
    Co-Investigator. Directed by Professor Louise Hayward.
  • 2010. Literature Review on Teacher Education in the Twenty First Century
    Funded by the Scottish Government.
    Co-Investigator. With Professor Ian Menter (PI) and Dr Moira Hulme.
  • 2009. Employers' Perceptions of the Employability Skills of New Graduates
    Funded by the Edge Foundation.
    Co-Investigator. Directed by Kevin Lowden.
  • 2009. Highland FLaT Research
    Funded by The Highland Council.
    Co-Investigator.
  • 2008. Professional Culture Amongst New Entrants to the Teaching Profession
    Funded by the General Teaching Council for Scotland (GTCS).
    Co-Investigator. Directed by Dr Moira Hulme.
  • 2008. The Primary Physical Education Project (Educational development, research and services (Scotland) grant regulations 1999)
    Funded by the Scottish Executive - Teachers Division.
    Co-Investigator. Directed by Theresa Campbell.
  • 2008. Collection, analysis and reporting of data on Curriculum for Excellence draft experiences and outcomes
    Funded by Learning and Teaching Scotland.
    Co-Investigator. Directed by Professor Ian Menter and Professor Vivienne Baumfield
  • 2007. Literature Review of Current Approaches to the Provision of Education for Children with Dyslexia
    Funded by HM Inspectorate of Education.
    Principal Investigator.
  • 2007. A Study of Young People Not in Education, Employment or Training in Fife (2006-2007)
    Funded by the Fife NEET Strategy Group.
    Principal Investigator.
  • 2007. Evaluation of the Understanding Standards Website
    Funded by the Scottish Qualifications Authority (SQA).
    Principal Investigator.
  • 2006. Photovoice Project: Empowering Learners through Images and Stories (undertaken with three Scottish colleges)
    Funded by the School of Education Research Office, University of Glasgow Pump Priming Grant.
    Co-Investigator.
  • 2006. A Feasibility Study for College Collaboration on Increasing Participation in Degree level Study.
    Funded by Lauder, Elmwood and Adam Smith Colleges with support from the Scottish Funding Council.
    Principal Investigator.
  • 2006. Research to support Schools of Ambition (2006-2010)
    Funded by the Scottish Executive Education Department.
    Co-Investigator. Directed by Professor Menter (Glasgow), Professor Christie (Strathclyde), and Professor Livingston (Aberdeen)

Supervision

PhD Supervision

I welcome enquiries from prospective PhD scholars with respect to the following areas:

• Psychology of learning

• Cross-cultural transition via international education

• International PhD scholars' wellbeing

• Intercultural academic engagement

• The hidden curriculum

• Creative, critical thinking and metacognition

• Creative and visual methods in education and psychology

Current PhD supervision:

I am supervising/have supervised PhD scholars from Canada, China, Germany, Libya, Oman, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, Taiwan, Thailand and UK. My current PGRs and their areas:

  • Gordon, Karen
    Cross-Cultural Differences in Stress, Stigma and Religion
  • Meng, Fanzhu
    Which factors influence successful academic transitions in relation to doctoral study of Chinese students
  • Wu, Zhihan
    A Phenomenological Exploration of Chinese PGRs' Research Self-Efficacy Throughout Three Different Stages of Their Research Journeys in the UK.

Successful Doctoral Completions:

Dr Natthaphon Tripornchaisak (November 2023)

Navigating between systems and opening doors of opportunities: Thai-English interpreters' experiences

Dr Idris Al Adawi (August 2023)

Developing intercultural competence in EFL: A qualitative enquiry into the beliefs and classroom practices of a group of Omani EFL teachers in a higher education institution in Oman

Dr Wenhao Wang (August 2023)

An Inestigation of Chinese International Postgraduate Taught Students' 'Third Spaces' and their Psychological Well-Being in Scotland

Dr Liexu Cai (October 2022)

The Impact of Intercultural Engagement on Cultural Understanding through Activities offered in Confucius Institutes in Britain

Dr Hsin-Yi Shih (June 2022)

A cross-cultural study of academic help-seeking among postgraduate-taught students at a Scottish university

Dr Dangeni (April 2022)

On Becoming an English Teacher: An Investigation into Student Engagement Among Chinese International Students on UK TESOL Master's Programme

Dr Ahmed Olayan Alharbi (March 2022)

Recontextualising Communicative Language Teaching in Saudi Arabia

Dr Rui He (May 2021)

A 'Mirror-image' Investigation: Foreign Language Learners' Acculturation Experiences in Chinese and British Study Abroad Programmes

Dr Emily-Marie Pacheco (December 2020)

Exploring the Psychological Wellbeing and Experiences of UK-Based MENA International Students During Conflict in Home-Countries

Dr Jie Zhang (July 2020)

Chinese Postgraduate Taught Students' Transitional Experience in the UK: The Role of Social Connections

Dr Nasatorn Witayarat (March 2020)

A segue in Thai cultural identity: Impressions of international students' doctoral experience in the UK and their re-adaptation upon return to their home country

Dr Tarig Omar (January 2020)

Topic: From Currriculum Reform to Classroom Practice; Intentions, Perceptions and Actual Implementation in English Secondary Schools in Libya

Dr Elizabeth Start (December 2019)

Investigating Creative, Arts-Inspired Tasks for Critical Intercultural Communication Pedagogy at a German University

Dr Wenting Wang (May 2019)

Topic: 'I really like teaching, but...': A mixed methods study exploring pre-service teachers' motivations for choosing teaching as a career

Dr Shaista Irshad Khan (February 2017)

Topic: An Investigation of the Concept of Critical Thinking in the Context of a Functional English Course in a BEd Degree in Pakistan

Dr Jutima Methaneethorn (June 2009)

Topic: Towards Motivation Modelling within A Computer Game Based Learning Environment: An Empirical Study


Recent Doctoral Examinations:

Zhu, H. (2023) An Exploration of the Decision Making of Mainland Chinese Undergraduates who have chosen to study in the United Kingdom (PhD, University of Birmingham, UK)

Al-Sinani, S. K. (2022) An Investigation of Professional Communities amongst those responsible for English Teacher Development in Oman (PhD, University of Glasgow, UK)

Coulby, C. (2022) An exploration of online EdD students' experiences of personal transformation during their studies (EdD, University of Liverpool, UK)

Waghorne, J. (2021) A phenomenological study exploring the experiences of PhD students researching their field of professional practice (PhD, University of Brighton, UK)

Farfan, R. (2020) Resident-as-teacher workshop impact on Intensive Care Medicine Residents' Perception of their Teaching Skills' (EdD, University of Glasgow, UK)

Huang, X. (2020) Studying overseas and employability: Perceptions of Chinese International Students at an English University (PhD, University of Exeter, UK)

Tran, T. M. (2020) Learning to thrive: A Longitudinal Mixed Methods Exploration of the Intercultural Doctoral Experience. (PhD, University of Bristol, UK)

Wang, S. (2019) International Students' Participation in Intercultural Classrooms at a UK university (PhD, University of Glasgow, UK)

Ghodbane, A. (2019) The experience of student sojourners and their hybrid identity development while studying abroad (PhD, University of West of Scotland, UK)

Sondlo, M. N. (2019) A multiple case study of stakeholder experiences of the Quality Enhancement Project in selected South African Universities (PhD, University of Pretoria, South Africa)

Fazal, S. (2015) Effects of Communicative Grammar Translation Model along with Information and Communication Technologies on learning of English language (PhD, Hazara University, Pakistan)

Parveen, S. (2013) An Analysis of Principal's Interventions for School Effectiveness (PhD, Sarhad University of Science & IT, Pakistan)

Teaching

 

Dely Elliot is a Senior Lecturer, a student adviser and a member or the People, Place and Social Change RTG. Courses that Dely has taught or is currently teaching are mainly in postgraduate programmes: a) Educational Psychology (face-to-face and ODL, MSc Psychological Studies programmes); b) Applied Qualitative Methods (MSc Psychological Studies); c) Professional Enquiry (Postgraduate Diploma in Education); d) Educational Enquiry (MEduc); and e) Introduction to Educational and Social Research.

Dely was the Acting Programme Director for the MSc Psychological Studies programme from July 2012 to February 2013.

For six academic years (2013 to 2019), Dely served as the School's Quality Assurance Officer and her QA work significantly contributed to the School of Education's comprehensive Periodic Subject Review in 2018.

Since 2020, Dely has been serving on the University of Glasgow Senate.

In 2022, Dely was appointed as the College of Social Sciences Quality Enhancement and Assurance Officer.

 

Additional information

Academic and professional body memberships

• Scottish Graduate School of Social Sciences (SGSSS), Associate Director, Student Engagement & EDI
   (2023 - ongoing)

• British Psychological Society, CPsychol (BPS)
   (2019 - ongoing)

• World Conference on Qualitative Research (WCQR)
   Scientific Committee Member - 4th WCQR Conference

• World Conference on Qualitative Research (WCQR2022)
   Scientific Committee Member - 6th WCQR Conference

• Scottish Graduate School of Social Science 'Student Culture & Support' (SGSSS)

• European Association for Research on Learning and Instruction (EARLI)
   (2012 - ongoing)

   - SIG Higher Education

   - SIG  Researcher Education and Careers

• American Educational Research Association (AERA)
  (2016 - 2017)

   - SIG Doctoral Education Across the Disciplines

• European Education Research Association (EERA)
   (2008 - 2011; 2015-2016)

• Society for Research into Higher Education (SRHE
   (2014 - 2015; 2018 - ongoing)

• International Doctoral Education Research Network (IDERN)
   (2017 - ongoing)

• British Educational Research Association (BERA)
   (2005 - 2008)

• Scottish Educational Research Association (SERA)
   (2007 - 2010)

 

Editorial role in academic journals

• Deputy Editor, Innovations in Education and Teaching International (IETI)

• Associate Editor, Higher Education Research & Development (HERD)

• Editorial Board, Teaching in Higher Education (TiHE)


Dely is a regular reviewer for a number of higher education and educational psychology academic journals.

 

Consulting and advice

• Dr Kara Makara and I served as research consultants in the Evaluation of the Roots of Empathy (Scotland) - August 2014 to October 2015. This programme was designed to increase empathy and decrease aggression among Scottish children.

• Higher Education Research Development Society of Australasia Inc (HERDSA) Conference 2017 - full paper reviewer for publication in the HERDSA 2017 Conference Proceedings, Research and Development in Higher Education: Curriculum Transformation, Volume 40.