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Hawkridge, David; Newton, Wendy and Hall, Carole (2018). Computers in Company Training. Routledge Library Editions: The Economics and Business of Technology, 19. Abingdon and New York: Routledge.

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Padilla Rodriguez, B.C.; Armellini, A. and Hawkridge, D. G. (2013). In-company online training: strategies and operational lessons. South African Journal for Open and Distance Learning Practice, 35(2) pp. 193–208.

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Hawkridge, David; Armellini, Alejandro; Nie, Ming; Rodríguez, Brenda Cecilia Padilla and Witthaus, Gabi (2012). Digital Audio for Asynchronous Interactive Learning at an English University. In: Jia, Jiyou ed. Educational Stages and Interactive Learning: From Kindergarten to Workplace Training. IGI Global, pp. 468–484.

Armellini, Alejandro and Hawkridge, David (2012). Utopian Universities: a technicist’s dream. Journal of Computing in Higher Education, 24(2) pp. 132–142.

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Hawkridge, David and Wheeler, Matthew (2011). Tutoring at a distance, online tutoring and tutoring in Second Life. European Journal of Open, Distance and e-Learning, 1

Hawkridge, David (2011). [Book Review] A Guide to Authentic E-learning - By Jan Herrington et al. British Journal of Educational Technology, 42(1) E11-E12.

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Hawkridge, David; Armellini, Alejandro; Nikoi, Samuel; Rowlett, Tania and Witthaus, Gabi (2010). Curriculum, intellectual property rights and open educational resources in British universities—and beyond. Journal of Computing in Higher Education, 22(3) pp. 162–176.

Edirisingha, Palitha; Hawkridge, David and Fothergill, John (2010). A renaissance of audio: podcasting approaches for learning on campus and beyond. European Journal of Open, Distance and e-Learning, 1

Edirisingha, P.; Hawkridge, D. and Fothergill, J. (2010). A renaissance of audio: podcasting approaches for learning on campus and beyond. In: EDEN Conference, 2010, Gdansk, Poland.

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Hawkridge, David ed. (2009). British Journal of Educational Technology, Vol. 40, Issue 3. British Educational Research Association.

Salmon, Gilly and Hawkridge, David (2009). [Editorial] Out of this world. British Journal of Educational Technology, 40(3) pp. 401–413.

Hawkridge, David and Wheeler, Matthew (2009). Tutoring at a distance, online tutoring and tutoring in Second Life. In: EDEN Conference, 2009, Gdansk, Poland.

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Hawkridge, David (2008). Recent e-learning research and development at the University of Leicester. In: Computer Assisted Learning Research Group Annual Conference, Jun 2008, The Open University, UK.

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Hawkridge, David (2005). Enhancing students’ employability: the national scene in Business, Management and Accountancy. In: Nottingham Business School Learning and Teaching Conference, Jul 2005, Nottingham Trent University, UK.

Hawkridge, David (2005). Reflections on global educational technology. In: Computer Assisted Learning Research Group Annual Conference, Mar 2005, The Open University, UK.

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Hawkridge, David (2003). Globalisation and Business Education. In: Nottingham Business School Learning and Teaching Conference, Jun 2003, Nottingham Trent University, UK.

Kaye, Roland and Hawkridge, David (2003). Success in the new world of learning and teaching. In: Kaye, G.R. and Hawkridge, D. eds. Learning and Teaching for Business: case studies of successful innovation. London: Kogan Page, pp. 1–15.

Kaye, Roland and Hawkridge, David (2003). Learning from success. In: Kaye, Roland and Hawkridge, David eds. Learning and teaching for business: case studies of successful innovation. London: Kogan Page, pp. 208–222.

Hawkridge, David (2003). [Book Review] Being a Teacher in Higher Education. Peter T. Knight. British Journal of Educational Technology, 34(2) p. 235.

Hawkridge, David ed. (2003). British Journal of Educational Technology, Vol. 34, Issue 4. British Educational Research Association.

Hawkridge, David (2003). [Book Review] Mentoring Students and Young People. Andrew Miller. British Journal of Educational Technology, 34(1) p. 117.

Hawkridge, David (2003). The Human in the Machine: Reflections on mentoring at the British Open University. Mentoring & Tutoring: Partnership in Learning, 11(1) pp. 15–24.

Hawkridge, David and Moon, Sue (2003). Assessing student performance. In: Kaye, Roland and Hawkridge, David eds. Learning and Teaching for Business: Case Studies of Successful Innovation. London, England: Kogan Page, pp. 198–209.

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Hawkridge, David (2002). Educational Technology Research in Higher Education [Internal report]. Institute of Educational Technology, The Open University.

Hawkridge, David (2002). The BEST Stories (revised). In: Nottingham Business School Learning and Teaching Conference, Jul 2002, Nottingham Trent University, UK.

Hawkridge, David (2002). The BEST Stories. In: Annual Conference of the Business Education Support Team, Apr 2002, Edinburgh, UK.

Hawkridge, David (2002). Thirty years on, BJET! and educational technology comes of age. British Journal of Educational Technology, 30(4) pp. 293–304.

Hawkridge, David (2002). Distance learning and instructional design in international settings. In: Reiser, Robert A. and Dempsey, John V. eds. Trends and issues in instructional design and technology. Upper Saddle River, New Jersey: Merrill/Prentice Hall.

Hawkridge, David ed. (2002). The BEST stories [of innovation in UK Business Schools]. Milton Keynes: The Open University Business School.

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Hawkridge, David (2001). [Book Review] Internet for All: David Banes and Richard Walter. Computers & Education, 37(2) pp. 193–194.

Hawkridge, David (2001). Learning and Teaching Business, Management and Accounting: The UK Landscape - And Changing It. In: Nottingham Business School Learning and Teaching Conference, Jun 2001, Nottingham Trent University, UK.

Hawkridge, David (2001). Learning and Teaching Business, Management and Accounting: The UK Landscape. In: Annual Conference of the Business Education Support Team, Apr 2001, Windemere, UK.

Hawkridge, David (2001). Gordon Pask at the Open University. Kybernetes, 30(5/6) pp. 688–690.

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Hawkridge, David (2000). [Book Review] Staff Development in Higher & Distance Education, (ed.) Panda, Santosh. British Journal of Educational Technology, 31(3) p. 267.

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Hawkridge, David (1999). [Book Review] Science & Technology through Open & Distance Education, (eds) Garg, Suresh et al. British Journal of Educational Technology, 30(4) pp. 379–380.

Hawkridge, David (1999). Distance Learning; International Comparisons. Performance Improvement Quarterly, 12(2) pp. 9–20.

Hawkridge, David ed. (1999). Performance Improvement Quarterly, Vol. 12, Issue 2. International Society for Performance Improvement.

Hawkridge, David (1999). [Book review] Brian Tucker Handbook of Technology-Based Training. British Journal of Educational Technology, 30(1) pp. 89–90.

Hawkridge, David (1999). Using media and technologies for flexible workplace learning. In: Garrick, John and Jakupec, Viktor eds. Flexible Learning, Human Resource and Organisational Development. London, England: Routledge, pp. 193–210.

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Hawkridge, David (1998). Does The Open University Have A Future? In: Valedictory Lecture, Sep 1998, The Open University, UK.

Hawkridge, David (1998). Cost-Effective Support for University Students Learning Via The Web? In: Association for Learning Technology Conference (ALT-C), Sep 1998, University of Oxford, UK.

Hawkridge, David (1998). A Master's in Open and Distance Education for University Staff. In: Latchem, Colin and Lockwood, Fred eds. Staff Development in Open and Flexible Education. Routledge, pp. 271–280.

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Hawkridge, David (1997). Teaching an International MA via the Web: Tutors' and Students' Experiences. In: Association for Learning Technology Conference (ALT-C), Sep 1997, University of Wolverhampton, UK.

Hawkridge, David (1997). Vision and Reality in Distance Education. In: Conference Address, May 1997, University of Lund, Sweden.

Hawkridge, David (1997). Going Global. In: Workshop for The Institute of Educational Technology, Mar 1997, Stony Stratford, UK.

Hawkridge, D. G. ed. (1997). Foundations of Open and Distance Education [Course H801]. Milton Keynes: The Open University Press.

Hawkridge, David (1997). Learning about distance education – at a distance. Epistolodidaktika, 1997(2) pp. 49–52.

Hawkridge, David (1997). Exploiting technology in higher education. In: Address at the University of Bradford, Jan 1997, Bradford.

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Hawkridge, David ed. (1996). Innovations in Education and Training International, Vol. 33, Issue 3. Staff and Educational Development Association (SEDA).

Hawkridge, David and Houldsworth, Elizabeth (1996). Sainsbury's evolving open learning technology. Open Learning: The Journal of Open, Distance and e-Learning, 11(2) pp. 44–46.

Hawkridge, David (1996). The Next Educational Technology in Higher Education. Innovations in Education & Training International, 33(1) pp. 5–12.

Houldsworth, Elizabeth and Hawkridge, David (1996). Technology‐based training in large UK companies: an update. British Journal of Educational Technology, 27(1) pp. 51–60.

Hawkridge, David (1996). Reforming Educational Technology. In: Ely, Donald P. and Minor, Barbara B. eds. Educational Media and Technology Yearbook 1995/1996. Educational Media and Technology Yearbook, 21. Englewood, Colorado: Libraries Unlimited, Inc., pp. 2–7.

Hawkridge, David (1996). Michael Kibby: An appreciation. Computers & Education, 27(3-4) p. 149.

Hawkridge, David (1996). Getting the faculty into the act [Keynote Address]. In: Distance Learning Conference of the Association for Educational Communications and Technology, Jun 1996, Tallahassee.

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Hawkridge, David ed. (1995). British Journal of Educational Technology, Vol. 66, Issue 3. British Educational Research Association.

Ma, Weixiang and Hawkridge, David (1995). China's changing policy and practice in television education, 1978–1993. International Journal of Educational Development, 15(1) pp. 27–36.

Hawkridge, David (1995). A short walk to 2000 AD: what's to be done? British Journal of Educational Technology, 26(3) pp. 216–217.

Hawkridge, David (1995). Do companies need technology-based training? In: Heap, Nick; Thomas, Ray; Einon, Geoff; Mason, Robin and Mackay, Hughie eds. Information Technology and Society: A Reader. London, England: Sage Publications Ltd., pp. 182–191.

Hawkridge, David (1995). The Big Bang Theory in Distance Education. In: Lockwood, Fred ed. Open and Distance Learning Today. Routledge.

Hawkridge, David (1995). An agenda for evaluation of distance education. In: Proceedings of the 17th Conference of the International Council for Distance Education, Jun 1994, Birmingham.

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Hawkridge, David (1994). Which team for open and distance learning materials production? In: Lockwood, Fred ed. Materials Production in Open and Distance Learning. London, England: Paul Chapman Publishing, pp. 96–102.

Hawkridge, David (1994). Educational technology in developing nations. In: ed. International encyclopedia of education, Second edition. Oxford: Pergamon.

Hawkridge, David (1994). Education in the year 2010: dreams and nightmares. In: May, A.M. ed. All our learning futures: the role of technology in education. Glasgow: Scottish Council for Educational Technology.

Hawkridge, David (1994). [Book Review] Television in Education, by I. Arul Aram. Journal of Educational Television, 20(2) pp. 111–112.

Hawkridge, David (1994). Promoting science and engineering education: a review of the MacFarlane Report. In: Annual Meeting of the Association for Science Education [Symposium], Jan 1994, Birmingham.

Hawkridge, David (1994). Education in the Year 2010: dreams and nightmares. In: Scottish Council for Educational Technology Vision Seminar, Mar 1994, Glasgow.

Hawkridge, David and Houldsworth, Elizabeth (1994). Update on technology-based training in six major UK companies. In: OU Computer-Assisted Learning Research Group Annual Conference, Apr 1994, [Unknown].

Hawkridge, David (1994). A view of the research field: IT in education. In: Professional Development in Research: Research Approaches for Teacher Educators of Information Technology, May 1994, [Unknown].

Hawkridge, David and Houldsworth, Elizabeth (1994). Case study: Sainsbury’s evolving learning technology. In: Association for Learning Technology Conference, Sep 1994, [Unknown].

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Megarry, Jacquetta and Hawkridge, David (1993). International co‐production of distance‐teaching courses. British Journal of Educational Technology, 24(1) pp. 4–11.

Hawkridge, David (1993). Quality in modernising educational technology. In: Shaw, Malcolm and Roper, Eric eds. Aspects of Educational and Training Technology, Volume 26. London, England: Kogan Page, pp. 231–236.

Hawkridge, David (1993). [Book Review] Reforming Open and Distance Education by Terry Evans and Daryl Nation. International Journal of Lifelong Education, 13(1) pp. 68–71.

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Hawkridge, David (1992). [Book Review] Contemporary Issues in American Distance Education, ed. Moore, Michael G. British Journal of Educational Technology, 23(1) pp. 73–74.

Hawkridge, David (1992). [Course Review] Computers and Learning. Journal of Information Technology for Teacher Education, 1(1) pp. 151–152.

Hawkridge, David and McMahon, Harry (1992). Training Teachers to Use Computers in Third World Schools. Journal of Information Technology for Teacher Education, 1(1) pp. 51–65.

Hawkridge, David (1992). Technological Utopias in post-compulsory education. In: McNay, Ian ed. Visions of Post-compulsory Education. Buckingham, England: The Society for Research into Higher Education & Open University Press, pp. 136–142.

Hawkridge, David (1992). Evaluating the cost-effectiveness of computers for learning. Media and Technology for Human Resource Development, 4(3) pp. 151–160.

Hawkridge, David (1992). Rationales for computers in schools [Opening Address]. In: Computers in Education conference, Jan 1992, Mahatma Gandhi Institute, Moka, Mauritius.

Hawkridge, David (1992). Quality in modernising educational technology. In: Association for Educational and Training Technology's 1992 conference, Apr 1992, York.

Hawkridge, David (1992). Learning Difficulties and Computers: Access to the Curriculum. In: Association for Educational and Training Technology's 1992 conference, Apr 1992, York.

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Hawkridge, David (1991). Computers in Third World Schools: African Advances. Educational & Training Technology International, 28(1) pp. 55–70.

Hawkridge, David and Chia-Era, Chen (1991). Evaluating a World Bank project: China's television universities. International Journal of Educational Development, 11(2) pp. 135–148.

Hawkridge, David (1991). [Book Review] Foundations of distance education, 2nd edn: Desmond Keegan. International Journal of Educational Development, 11(1) p. 83.

Hawkridge, David (1991). Challenging Educational Technology. Educational & Training Technology International, 28(2) pp. 102–110.

Hawkridge, David (1991). Finding out about computer-based training. Computers in Adult Education and Training, 2(2)

Hawkridge, David (1991). [Book Review] Computers and Writing by Patrik Holt and Noel Williams. British Journal of Educational Technology, 22(1) p. 68.

Hawkridge, David (1991). Do Third-World schools want IT competence? In: Microcomputer Users in Education conference, Mar 1991, Nottingham University.

Hawkridge, David (1991). Computers and Learning – the new OU course. In: Microcomputer Users in Education conference, Mar 1991, Nottingham University.

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Hawkridge, David (ed.) (1990). Evaluating the World Bank project to develop the television universities and new polytechnics of the People's Republic of China. British Council, for State Education Commission, Beijing, and the World Bank, Washington DC.

Hawkridge, David (1990). Who needs computers in schools, and why? Computers & Education, 15(1-3) pp. 1–6.

Hawkridge, David (1990). Computers in Third World schools: the example of China. British Journal of Educational Technology, 21(1) pp. 4–20.

Hawkridge, David (1990). The role of new media in the knowledge explosion. International Journal of Educational Development, 10(2-3) pp. 205–210.

Hawkridge, David (1990). Creative games and computers in Third World schools. In: Boyd-Barrett, Oliver and Scanlon, Eileen eds. Computers and learning. Wokingham, England: Addison-Wesley.

Hawkridge, David (1990). Computers in Third-World secondary schools: The Ministry's viewpoint. In: Hirschbuhl, John J. and Konet, Rose M. eds. Computers in education. Dushkin.

Hawkridge, David (1990). Software for schools: some British reviews in the late eighties. In: Boyd-Barrett, O. and Scanlon, E. eds. Computers and learning. Wokingham, England: Addison-Wesley.

Hawkridge, David; Jaworski, John and McMahon, Harry (1990). Computers in Third World schools. London: Macmillan.

Hawkridge, David (1990). Economics, education and computers in Third World schools. In: Seventh International Conference on Technology and Education, Mar 1990, Brussels.

Hawkridge, David (1990). Computers in Third-World Secondary Schools: The Ministry's Viewpoint. In: World Conference on Computers in Education, Jul 1990, Sydney.

Hawkridge, David (1990). Opening up open learning. In: 400th Anniversary Seminar of the University of Helsinki, Sep 1990, Helsinki.

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Hawkridge, David (1989). Machine-Mediated Learning in Third-World Schools? Machine-Mediated Learning, 3(4) pp. 319–328.

Hawkridge, David (1989). External studies and distance education at the University of Hong Kong. Committee on Open Education of the University of Hong Kong.

Hawkridge, David (1989). Covering the waterfront: findings from a programme of research on computers in education and training. In: Bell, C. ed. Aspects of educational technology. London: Kogan Page.

Hawkridge, David (1989). Who needs computers in schools and why? [Keynote Address]. In: CAL89, Apr 1989, University of Surrey.

Hawkridge, David and Newton, Wendy (1989). Computers in British company training. In: XIth European Symposium on Technology-based In-company Training and Education, Oct 1989, Paris.

Hawkridge, David (1989). Beyond the limitations of current structures and systems. In: Third International Conference on Computers and Video in Company Training, Nov 1989, Lugano.

Hawkridge, David (1989). Rationales and futures for computers in African schools and universities. In: Computers in Education workshop, Dec 1989, University of Swaziland.

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Hawkridge, D. G.; Watson, N. and Futagami, S. (1988). Training and technical assistance: Fifth report of the International Advisory Panel (Chinese Television Universities and Polytechnics). The Open University for the State Education Commission, Beijing, and the World Bank, Washington DC.

Hawkridge, David; Newton, Wendy and Hall, Carole (1988). Computers in Company Training. Croom Helm.

Hawkridge, David (1988). Distance education and the World Bank. British Journal of Educational Technology, 19(2) pp. 84–95.

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Hawkridge, D. G.; Watson, N. and Futagami, S. (1987). Training and technical assistance: Fourth report of the International Advisory Panel (Chinese Television Universities and Polytechnics). The Open University for the State Education Commission, Beijing, and the World Bank, Washington DC.

Hawkridge, David (1987). The state of computer-based training after 25 years. In: Computer-assisted Approaches to Training, May 1987, Rüschlikon, Switzerland.

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Hawkridge, D. G.; Watson, N. and Futagami, S. (1986). Training and technical assistance: Third report of the International Advisory Panel (Chinese Television Universities and Polytechnics). The Open University for the State Education Commission, Beijing, and the World Bank, Washington DC.

Hawkridge, David and Henderson, Euan (1986). EDI's training materials. Economic Development Institute, World Bank.

Hawkridge, David (1986). Computers and educating adults. In: City of Amsterdam's Conference on Adult Education and Computers, 1986, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

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Hawkridge, D. G.; Watson, N. and Futagami, S. (1985). Training and technical assistance: Second report of the International Advisory Panel (Chinese Television Universities and Polytechnics). The Open University for the State Education Commission, Beijing, and the World Bank, Washington DC.

Hawkridge, David (1985). Information technology and educating adults. In: Annual Conference of the European Bureau of Adult Education, Sep 1985, Woburn, UK.

Hawkridge, David (1985). Advances in education and training. In: Cawkwell, A. E. ed. International handbook of information technology and office systems. Amsterdam: North Holland.

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Hawkridge, D. G.; Scafer, E. and Futagami, S. (1984). Training and technical assistance: First report of the International Advisory Panel (Chinese Television Universities and Polytechnics). The Open University for the State Education Commission, Beijing, and the World Bank, Washington DC.

Hawkridge, David (1984). The high technology academy. In: Conference on Higher Education, Aug 1984, Lancaster, UK.

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Hawkridge, David (1983). The impact of information technology on education. In: Council for Educational Technology Conference on IT in Special Education, Apr 1983, Mansfield, UK.

Hawkridge, David (1983). Evaluation of The Open University. Higher Education in Europe, 8(3) pp. 39–45.

Hawkridge, David and McCormick, Bob (1983). China's Television Universities. British Journal of Educational Technology, 14(3) pp. 160–173.

Hawkridge, David (1983). Teachers put IT to good use. Times Higher Education Supplement, June 17

Hawkridge, David (1983). The British Open University. Educational Record, 64(5)

Hawkridge, David (1983). IT's impact on higher education. In: The Standing Conference in Education, 1983, King's College, London, UK.

Hawkridge, David (1983). Learning processes and new communication technologies. In: [Meeting on Research], 1983, Department of Education and Science, UK.

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Hawkridge, David (1982). Educational technology, present and future. Prospects, 12(3) pp. 325–334.

Hawkridge, David and Robinson, John (1982). Organizing Educational Broadcasting. Croom Helm.

Hawkridge, David; Kinyanjui, Peter; Nkinyangi, John and Orivel, François (1982). In-service Teacher Education in Kenya. In: Perraton, Hilary ed. Alternative Routes to Formal Education: Distance Teaching for School Equivalency. Baltimore, Maryland: John Hopkins University Press, pp. 173–213.

Hawkridge, David; Bates, Tony and Henderson, Euan (1982). Evaluating the Open University's teaching. In: Brown, J. W. ed. Educational Media Yearbook 1982. New York: Bowker.

Eicher, J.C.; Hawkridge, David; McAnany, E.; Mariet, F. and Orivel, F. (1982). The economics of new educational media. Vol. 3. Paris: Unesco.

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Hawkridge, David (1981). The Telesis of Educational Technology. British Journal of Educational Technology, 12(1) pp. 4–18.

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Hawkridge, David (1980). Using Media in Post‐compulsory Education in the United Kingdom and the United States. Programmed Learning and Educational Technology, 17(1) pp. 5–11.

Hawkridge, David (1980). Il ruolo die diversi media nulla progettazione per l'insegnamento a distanza [Print, television and radio in education at a distance: principles and examples]. In: Conference on Using Print and Broadcasting for Education [Edizioni RAI, Radiotelevisione Italiana], 1980, Turin, Italy.

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Hawkridge, David (1979). Persuading the Dons? British Journal of Educational Technology, 10(3) pp. 164–174.

Hawkridge, D. G. (1979). The Open University in British higher education. In: Armstrong, S. ed. Decade of change. Guildford: Society for Research into Higher Education.

Hawkridge, D. G. (1979). Seven years of tuition and counselling research at the Open University. The Open University, for Zentrales Institut fur Fernstudienforschung, Hagen, West Germany.

Hawkridge, David (1979). International co-production of distance-teaching courses. In: [Paper for the conference of The Education of Adults at a Distance], Nov 1979, Birmingham, UK.

Hawkridge, David (1979). Educational evaluation and the DES. In: [A discussion paper for a seminar], Nov 1979, Department of Education and Science, London, UK.

Hawkridge, David (1979). First aid for education and training. In: St John's Ambulance Society Conference, 1979, Nottingham, UK.

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Hawkridge, David G. (1978). British and American approaches to evaluative studies in education. Studies in Educational Evaluation, 4(1) pp. 55–70.

Hawkridge, David (1978). Open University. In: Unwin, Derek; McAleese, Ray and Morton, Richard eds. The Encyclopaedia of Educational Media Communications and Technology. London, England: The Macmillan Press Ltd, pp. 588–594.

Hawkridge, D. G. (1978). The propagation of educational innovations. In: Brook, D.; Race, P. and Budgett, R. E. B. eds. Aspects of educational technology, Volume 12. London: Kogan Page.

Hawkridge, D. G. (1978). Review of the Occupational Check List (Advanced). In: Buros, O. ed. The eighth mental measurements yearbook. Highlands Park, New Jersey: Gryphon Press.

Campeau, P. L.; Brinkley, J. L.; Hawkridge, D. G. and Treadway, P. G. (1978). First-year report: evaluation of project information package dissemination and implementation. American Institutes for Research, for the US Department of Health, Education and Welfare, Washington DC.

Hawkridge, D. G. (1978). Course evaluation. In: Rowntree, D. F. ed. How to develop self-instructional teaching. Milton Keynes: Institute of Educational Technology, The Open University.

Hawkridge, David (1978). Designing multi-media courses for 15-19 year-olds learning as individuals. In: International Council for Educational Media, Jan 1978, London. UK.

Hawkridge, David (1978). The development of systematic instruction in the Open University. In: Congress of the Deutschen Gesellschaft für Erziehungwissenschaft, Mar 1978, Tübingen, Germany.

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Hawkridge, David G. (1977). Communication and Education in Open Learning Systems. In: Lerner, Daniel and Nelson, Lyle M. eds. Communication Research - a Half Century Appraisal. Honolulu, Hawaii: The University Press of Hawaii, pp. 70–103.

Hawkridge, David (1977). Satellites and education: prospects and problems. Journal of the British Interplanetary Society, 30(4) pp. 147–154.

Hawkridge, D. G. (1977). The University of Mid-America: an Open University view. The Open University, for the National Institute of Education, Washington DC.

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Hawkridge, David (1976). Setting up the Open University. Monograph 4; Institute of Educational Technology, The Open University.

Hawkridge, David G. (1976). Next Year, Jerusalem! The Rise of Educational Technology. British Journal of Educational Technology, 7(1) pp. 7–30.

Hawkridge, D. G. (1976). Designing an open learning system. In: Fahrenfort, P. ed. The Open University. [Proceedings of the symposium 'the Open University', 16th and 17th January 1975, Universiteit van Amsterdam, Vrije Universiteit]. Amsterdam: University of Amsterdam and The Free University.

Hawkridge, D. G. and Lewis, B. N. (1976). Further enquiries into new methods of assessment and stronger methods of curriculum design. Institute of Educational Technology, The Open University, for the Ford Foundation.

Hawkridge, David (1976). The Open University system. Education, 1976(May)

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Hawkridge, D. G. (1975). Space for the Open University. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. A. Mathematical and Physical Sciences, 345(1643) pp. 567–573.

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Hawkridge, David (1974). Problems in Implementing Computer‐managed Learning. British Journal of Educational Technology, 5(1) pp. 31–43.

Hawkridge, David (1974). Evaluation for the OU. In: Tunstall, Jeremy ed. The Open University Opens. London, England: Routledge & Kegan Paul Ltd., pp. 70–76.

Hawkridge, D. G. (1974). The Open University's role in a democracy. In: Vergeer, J. ed. Schriftelijk onderwijs en externe democratisering. Leiderorp: Leidse Onderwijsinstellingen.

Lewis, B. N. and Hawkridge, D. G. (1974). New methods of assessment and stronger methods of curriculum design. Institute of Educational Technology, The Open University, for the Ford Foundation.

Hawkridge, D. G. (1974). Can we change teachers? In: Nichols, D. ed. Instructional efficiency. Saigon: South East Asia Ministries of Education Regional Center for Educational Innovation and Technology.

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Hawkridge, D. G. (1973). The Open University's use of media. In: Brown, J. W. ed. Educational Media Yearbook 1973. New York: Bowker.

Hawkridge, D. G. (1973). Media taxonomies and media selection. In: Budgett, R. and Leedham, J. eds. Aspects of Educational Technology, Volume 7. London: Pitman.

Hawkridge, D. G. (1973). Media taxonomies and media selection. In: Granholm, G. ed. Media Methods. Oslo: European Home Study Council.

Hawkridge, D. G. (1973). The Open University in the Third World. Educational Broadcasting International, 6

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Hawkridge, David G. (1972). Applications of Educational Technology at The Open University. AV Communication Review, 20(1) pp. 5–15.

Hawkridge, David G. (1972). Individualised Anthologies. British Journal of Educational Technology, 3(1) pp. 83–84.

Hawkridge, David G. (1972). A.P.U. Occupational Interests Guide: Intermediate Version. In: Buros, Oscar Krisen ed. The Seventh Mental Measurements Yearbook, Volume 2. Highland Park, New Jersey: The Gryphon Press, pp. 1401–1402.

Hawkridge, David G. (1972). Connolly Occupational Interests Questionnaire. In: Buros, Oscar Krisen ed. The Seventh Mental Measurements Yearbook, Volume 2. Highland Park, New Jersey: The Gryphon Press, pp. 1409–1410.

Hawkridge, David G. (1972). Application of the Systems Approach to Teaching & Learning. In: Frontiers in Course Development: System and Collaboration in University Teaching (Good, Harold M. and Trotter, Bernard eds.), pp. 12–31.

Hawkridge, D. G. (1972). A summary of the instructional system used by the Open University in Great Britain in 1971. In: Duggan, K. and Waniewicz, I. eds. Educational communications and the new technologies [The Ontario Round Table, October 1971: report]. Ontario: Ontario Educational Communications Authority.

Schramm, W.; Hawkridge, D. G. and Howe, H. H. (1972). An Everyman's University for Israel. The Rothschild Foundation.

Hawkridge, David (1972). Do universities communicate? In: Public lecture at the University of Warwick, Feb 1972, Coventry, UK.

Hawkridge, David (1972). Why independent learning? In: National Council for Educational Technology on individual learning systems in higher education, Mar 1972, [Not known].

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Hawkridge, David (1971). Approaches to Cost-effectiveness Analysis in Compensatory Education. Institute of Educational Technology, The Open University, Milton Keynes.

Hawkridge, David (1971). Applications of educational technology at the Open University. In: Opening Address to the Education Section of the British Psychological Society, Sep 1971.

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Hawkridge, David (1970). Programmed Learning in Africa, 1963–1969. British Journal of Educational Technology, 1(3) pp. 217–225.

Hawkridge, D. G. (1970). Designs for evaluative studies. In: American Institutes for Research ed. Evaluative research: strategies and methods. Pittsburgh: American Institutes for Research.

Hawkridge, D. G.; Campeau, P. L.; Weisgerber, P. L.; Manes, A. L.; Fors, R. A. and Youngquist, L. V. (1970). A study of selected programs for vocational education in secondary schools. American Institutes for Research, for the US Department of Health, Education and Welfare, Washington DC.

Hawkridge, David (1970). Educational technology at the Open University. In: Fourth Study Course of the Council of Europe, Apr 1970, Munich, Germany.

Hawkridge, David (1970). The Open University: the use of television in a nationwide university credit program. In: 107th Technical Conference of the Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers, Dec 1970, Chicago, USA.

1969To Top

Hawkridge, D. G. (1969). Programmed learning and problems of acculturation in Africa. In: Dunn, W. R. and Holroyd, C. eds. Aspects of educational technology, Volume 2. London: Methuen.

Hawkridge, D. G. and DeWitt, K. M. (1969). An evaluation of Ellson's Programed Tutoring Technique for Reading Instruction. American Institutes for Research, for the Ford Foundation.

Hawkridge, D. G.; Campeau, P. L. and Trickett, P. L. (1969). Preparing evaluation reports of educational programs: a guide for authors. American Institutes for Research, for the US Department of Health, Education and Welfare, Washington DC.

Hawkridge, D. G.; Campeau, P. L.; DeWitt, K. M. and Trickett, P. L. (1969). A study of further selected exemplary programs for the education of disadvantaged children. American Institutes for Research, for the US Department of Health, Education and Welfare, Washington DC.

Hawkridge, D.G. and Chalupsky, A.B. (1969). Research and evaluation in the educational system. Urban Review, 3(4) pp. 8–10.

1968To Top

Hawkridge, D. G. and Nelms, J. D. (1968). Programmed Course in Biostatistics for Medical Students. Medical Education, 2(1) pp. 36–40.

Hawkridge, D. G.; Chalupsky, A. B. and Roberts, A. O. H. (1968). A study of selected exemplary programs for the education of disadvantaged children (Parts I and II). American Institutes for Research, for the US Department of Health, Education and Welfare, Washington DC.

Hawkridge, D. G.; Tallmadge, G. K. and Larsen, J. K. (1968). Foundations for success in educating disadvantaged children. American Institutes for Research, for the National Advisory Council for the Education of Disadvantaged Children, Washington DC.

1967To Top

Hawkridge, D. G. and Mitchell, D. S. (1967). The use of a programmed text during a course in genetics for medical students. Academic Medicine, 42(2) pp. 163–9.

Hawkridge, David ed. (1967). Programmed learning in Central African contexts. Faculty of Education Occasional Paper (7). Salisbury: University College of Rhodesia.

Hawkridge, David (1967). Evidence from programmed learning research in Central Africa. National Society for Programmed Instruction Journal, 6(8) pp. 10–15.

Hawkridge, David (1967). Project PLAN: Individualising instruction with the computer. In: Proceedings of the Conference on Computer Assisted Instruction, Nov 1967, Brighton.

1966To Top

Hawkridge, David (1966). Programmed learning and teacher education. Teacher Education, 6(3) pp. 226–331.

Hawkridge, David (1966). Programmierter Unterricht in Zentralafrika. Programmiertes Lernen und Programmierter Unterricht, 3(2) pp. 62–63.

Hawkridge, David (1966). Progress in Programmed Learning. University College of Rhodesia, Salisbury (now Harare).

1965To Top

Hawkridge, David (1965). Programmed Learning Research in Central Africa. Overseas Visual Aids Centre Bulletin (London)(12) pp. 22–23.

1964To Top

Hawkridge, D. G. (1964). A view of Nigerian education. West African Journal of Education, 1964(June)

1963To Top

Hawkridge, David ed. (1963). The less successful secondary school child. Faculty of Education Occasional Paper (1). Salisbury: University College of Rhodesia.

1961To Top

Michie, W.M. and Hawkridge, David (1961). A secondary geography of Rhodesia and Nyasaland: Part 1. Salisbury: Longmans Southern Africa.

Michie, W.D. and Hawkridge, D. G. (1961). A secondary geography of Rhodesia and Nyasaland: Part 2. Salisbury (now Harare), Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe): Longsmans Southern Africa Ltd.

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