Senior Lecturer in Business Management
Teaching and supervision
I am currently Programme Leader for the MA in International Management, Centre Leader for three of our partners in Vietnam and Module Leader for the dissertation on the MAIM.
I am Doctor of Studies and co-supervisor for a number of students researching different aspects of business and marketing management.
Research interests for potential research students
Post-doctoral research has focused on students' emotional and meta-cognitive learning needs from within a psycho-social framework. Studies have included projects in teaching and learning mathematics, and research methods in business management, engineering and health related programmes of study. Current research projects are on issues in inclusion in HE.
Barkas, Linda Anne, Armstrong, Paul-Alan and Bishop, Garry (2020) Is inclusion still an illusion in higher education? exploring the curriculum through the student voice. International Journal of Inclusive Education. pp. 1-16. ISSN 1464-5173
Shah, Raj and Barkas, Linda Anne (2018) Analysing the impact of e-learning technology on students’ engagement, attendance and performance. Research in Learning Technology, 26 (2070). ISSN 2156-7069
Watson, Derek and Barkas, Linda Anne (2018) Building a Business Clinic in Higher Education: Opportunities and Challenges for students’ skills development. Journal of International Business Education, 13. pp. 237-248. ISSN 1649-4946
Barkas, Linda Anne, Scott, Jonathan, Poppitt, Nicola and Smith, Paul (2017) Tinker, tailor, policy-maker: can the UK government's teaching excellence framework deliver its objectives? Journal of Further and Higher Education. ISSN 0309-877X
Barkas, Linda Anne, Armstrong, Paul-Alan and Bishop, Garrry (2017) What happens when they grow up. Inclusive Education Summit - Australia. (Unpublished)
Watson, Derek and Barkas, Linda Anne (2017) Last Man Standing: An Academic's Endeavours to Integrate Third Stream Activities Within Higher Education. International Business Education. ISSN 0969-5931 (Submitted)
Barkas, Linda Anne (2011) ‘Teaching’ or ‘support’? The poisoned chalice of the role of Students’ Skills Centres. Journal of Further and Higher Education, 35 (2). pp. 265-286. ISSN 0309-877X
Conference or Workshop Item
Barkas, Linda Anne, Wharton, Karen and Rafferty, Victoria (2016) Function or Purpose? The Chimera of Criticality in Marketing Pedagogy. In: Chartered Marketing Institute, July 2016, Northumbria University. (Unpublished)
Barkas, Linda Anne (2011) 'Engaging engineering students in writing - a road less travelled?'. In: 8th ALDinHE Conference "Engaging Students - Engaging Learning, 18-20 Apr 2011, Queen's University Belfast. (Unpublished)
Barkas, Linda Anne (2011) The Paradox of Skills. Widening Participation, Academic Literacy & Students' Skills Centres. Sense, Rotterdam. ISBN 978-94-6091-398-3
- Learning and teaching in higher education
- Inclusive academic practice
- Health and safety
- Business management
Conferences and papers from 1985-2016: Consultancies and contributions to numerous publications: reports/papers/consultancy on topical issues in special needs, ESOL, literacy, numeracy, widening participation, skills development, research methods, leadership and management.