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Donelan, Helen (2015). Social media for professional development and networking opportunities in academia. Journal of Further and Higher Education (In press). file


Kear, Karen; Donelan, Helen and Williams, Judith (2014). Using wikis for online group projects: student and tutor perspectives. International Review of Research in Open and Distance Learning, 15(4) pp. 70–90. file

Donelan, Helen (2014). Social media for increasing the networking and engagement opportunities of academics. In: HEA Annual Conference 2014: Preparing for learning futures: the next ten years, 2-3 July 2014, Aston University.

Thomas, Elaine; Rosewell, Jon; Kear, Karen and Donelan, Helen (2014). Learning and peer feedback in shared online spaces. In: Ninth International Conference on Networked Learning 2014, 7-9 April, 2014, Edinburgh, UK, pp. 382–385. file


Kear, Karen; Chetwynd, Frances; Williams, Judith and Donelan, Helen (2012). Web conferencing for synchronous online tutorials: perspectives of tutors using a new medium. Computers & Education, 58(3) pp. 953–963.


Donelan, Helen; Kear, Karen and Ramage, Magnus eds. (2010). Online communication and collaboration: A Reader. Abingdon: Routledge.


Donelan, Helen; Herman, Clem; Kear, Karen and Kirkup, Gill (2009). Online participation: Shaping the networks of professional women. In: Dumova, Tatyana and Fiordo, Richard eds. Handbook of Research on Social Interaction Technologies and Collaboration Software: Concepts and Trends, Volume 2. UK: Information Science Reference, pp. 270–280.

Donelan, Helen; Herman, Clem; Kear, Karen and Kirkup, Gill (2009). Patterns of online networking for women’s career development. Gender in Management: An International Journal, 24(2) pp. 92–111.

Chetwynd, Francis; Donelan, Helen; Heath, Hazel; Kear, Karen and Williams, Judith (2009). The use of synchronous online tutorials to provide numeracy support for technology students. In: CETL-MSOR Conference 2009, 7-8 Sept 2009, The Open University, Milton Keynes. file


Donelan, Helen; Herman, Clem; Kear, Karen; Kirkup, Gill and Whitelegg, Liz (2007). Women's experiences of online networking for career progression in science, engineering and technology. In: 3rd Christina Conference on Women's Studies, 8-10 March 2007, Helsinki, Finland.


Voderhobli, K; Pattinson, C and Donelan, Helen (2006). A schema for cryptographic keys generation using hybrid biometrics. In: 7th annual postgraduate symposium: The convergence of telecommunications, networking and broadcasting, 26-27 June 2006, Liverpool, UK. file

Donelan, H; Pattinson, C and Palmer-Brown, D (2006). The analysis of user behaviour of a network management training tool using a neural network. Journal of Systemics, Cybernetics and Informatics, 3(5) file


Donelan, H.; Pattinson, C.; Palmer-Brown, D. and Lee, S.W. (2005). The analysis of network manager's behaviour using a self-organising neural network. International Journal on Simulation: Systems, Science and Technology, 6(9) pp. 22–32.


Donelan, H. and O'Farrell, T. (2002). Large Families of Ternary Sequences with Aperiodic Zero Correlation Zone Sequences for a Multi-Carrier DS-CDMA System. In: 13th IEEE International Symposium on Personal, Indoor and Mobile Radio Communications, 15-18 Sept 2002, Lisboa, Portugal. file

Donelan, H. and O'Farrell, T. (2002). Zero correlation zone sequences for multi-carrier DS-CDMA systems. In: 3rd IEE International Conference on 3G Mobile Communication Technologies, 8-10 May 2002, London, UK.


Donelan, H and O'Farrell, T (2001). Families of ternary sequences with aperiodic zero correlation zones for MC-DS-CDMA. IEE Electronics Letters, 38(25) pp. 1660–1661.

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