Glenda Cox
South Africa | PhD Candidate
Current: University of Cape Town
Previous: University of Cape Town
The 5 keywords that describe the topic of interest in my PhD:
Academics sharing
Activity theory
Social realism
Barriers to sharing
Enablers to sharing
20/04/2013 started my PhD
01/02/2016 will hopefully finnish my PhD
Supervisor: Cheryl Hodgkinson-Williams
Promotor: Cheryl Hodgkinson-Williams

My strong points are:
Project Management & Organization
My weak points are:
Academic writing

Accomplished a literature review within the scope of my Phd (Currently working on it)
Defined a theoretical framework in my Phd (Currently working on it)
Has experience giving workshops
10 is the number of experiments I have carried out so far in my PhD
  • Carr, T., Cox,G., Eden, A and Hanslo. 2004. Peripheral Participation in a Blended Trade Bargaining Simulation' British Journal of Educational Technology, Special issue on the work of the Multimedia Education Group at the University of Cape Town: 35 (2): 197-212
  • Cox, G., Carr, T and Hall, M. 2004. Online Interaction in Courses at University of Cape Town. Journal of Computer Assisted Learning 20: 183-193.
  • Carr, T., Lally, V., De Laat, M., & Cox, G. 2006. Empirical analyses of CSCL and the Central Research Questions: Two illustrative cases. In Sorenson, E & Murchu, D. (eds.) 2006. Enhancing learning through Technology pp:203-226. Information Science Publishing: Hershey, USA.
  • Carr, T., Cox, G & Morrison, A. 2007. The politics of negotiating wikis: net based learning meets Political Science in a South African University. Special issue of Computers and Composition.

  • Cox, G (2008). Enablers and Barriers, intentions and use: faculty take up of an online learning environment. Proceedings of 3rd International Conference on e-learning, Cape Town, June 28-29.
  • Cox, G. (2008) Defining innovation: what counts in the University of Cape Town landscape? Proceedings of Ascilite 1-3 December Melbourne, Australia
  • Cox, G (2010) Sustaining innovations in educational technology: Views of innovators at the University of Cape Town.In C. H. Steel, M.J.Keppell, P.Gerbic & S Housego (Eds.) Curriculum, technology & transformation for an unknown future. Proceedings ascilite Sydney 2010 (pp240-243)
  • Cox, G (2012) Why would you do it, ... would a student actually be interested?" Understanding the barriers and enablers to academic contribution to an OER directory. . OCWC Global 2012: Innovation and Impact: Openly collaborating to enhance education. Cambridge, UK
  • Jawitz J., Williams K., Pym J and Cox, G. (2013 in press). Why we do what we do: Interrogating our academic staff development practice. Proceedings of the Higher Education Learning & Teaching Association of Southern Africa Annual Conference 2012, Stellenbosch.
Education: Archaeology masters. Current Educational technology
  • ROER4D