Dr Aleksej HEINZE
TitleCited byYear
Reflections on the use of blended learning
A Heinze, CT Procter
University of Salford, Salford, 2004
Online communication and information technology education
A Heinze, C Procter
Journal of Information Technology Education: Research 5 (1), 235-249, 2006
Reflections on the use of blended learning. Education in a Changing Environment
A Heinze, C Procter
Conference Proceedings, University of Salford, EDU, 2004
Blended e‐learning skeleton of conversation: Improving formative assessment in undergraduate dissertation supervision
A Heinze, B Heinze
British Journal of Educational Technology 40 (2), 294-305, 2009
Use of conversation theory to underpin blended learning
A Heinze, C Procter, B Scott
International Journal of Teaching and Case Studies 1 (1-2), 108-120, 2007
Blended learning: An interpretive action research study
A Heinze
University of Salford, 2008
Information technology team projects in higher education: An international viewpoint
K Lynch, A Heinze, E Scott
Journal of Information Technology Education: Research 6 (1), 181-198, 2007
Digital and social media marketing: a results-driven approach
A Heinze, G Fletcher, T Rashid, A Cruz
Routledge, 2016
Centralisation of assessment: Meeting the challenges of multi-year team projects in information systems education
GS Cooper, A Heinze
Journal of Information Systems Education 18 (3), 345-356, 2007
Social media in Europe: lessons from an online survey
S Aaltonen, C Kakderi, V Hausmann, A Heinze
Proceedings of the 18th UKAIS Conference, 0
With regard to respect: a framework for governance of educational virtual communities
F Bell, A Heinze
International Journal of Web Based Communities 1 (1), 19-34, 2004
Ideal participants in online market research: Lessons from closed communities
A Heinze, E Ferneley, P Child
International Journal of Market Research 55 (6), 769-789, 2013
The significance of the reflective practitioner in blended learning
A Heinze, C Procter
International Journal of Mobile and Blended Learning (IJMBL) 2 (2), 18-29, 2010
The use of social media to attract generation Y in organisations
H Faour, A Heinze
Research 2.0: improving participation in online research communities
E Ferneley, A Heinze, P Child
Communication–a challenge and an enabler for facilitating Blended Learning community
A Heinze, C Procter
Socio-cultural Theory in Educational Research and Practice, Manchester …, 2005
Facebook, YouTube, MySpace: can Web 2.0 social networking sites nudge the boardroom–the evolution of CRN 2.0 research agenda?
M Griffiths, A Heinze, BA Light, P Kiveal, T Sethi
UKAIS, 2010
Enterprise cultural heritage: The source for sustainable competitive advantage and survival for food sector SMEs
S Aaltonen, A Heinze, G Ielpa, D De Tommaso
The International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Innovation 16 (2), 73-83, 2015
Can we make higher education relevant to the needs of the Search & Social Media Marketing industry?
A Heinze, G Fletcher
University of Salford, 2011
From Search Engine Optimisation to Search Engine Marketing Management: development of a new area for information systems research
A Heinze, G Fletcher, C Chadwick
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