Mark is Research Fellow at Anglia Learning & Teaching. He carries out individual and collaborative research and/or evaluation projects that are relevant to the successful implementation of our Education Strategy.
Mark contributes to the evaluation of Learning, Teaching and Assessment (LTA) initiatives and projects in collaboration with AL&T colleagues. He works with Faculty Academic Leads on the development and sharing of evidence-informed LTA practice. Mark also identifies good teaching practice, interviews exponents of good teaching practice, and disseminates this information via the Good Teaching Exchange.
He undertakes analysis of the impact of LTA activities and their alignment with our Education Strategy, including Classroom Capture, Team-Based Learning, and use of Poll Everywhere. Mark is skilled in both quantitative and qualitative research techniques, using innovative and creative research design. He reports on data analysis, interprets findings and writes reports, disseminating these through appropriate internal and external channels. He currently manages the Learning and Teaching Project Awards scheme and the Pedagogic Research Directory. Mark also delivers our popular online course Ten Days of Twitter.
Previously, Mark worked as a part-time lecturer at Cambridge Regional College teaching sociology and at Anglia Ruskin University teaching sociology and social research methods.
Learning & Teaching
Equality & Diversity
MA Learning and Teaching
BA (Hons) Politics and Sociology
Fellow of the HEA
Hobbs, M., Luca, C., Fatima, A., Warnes, M., 2014. Ontological analysis for dynamic data model exploration. Electronic Journal of Applied Statistical Analysis, 5(1), pp. 42-56
Lilly, J., Rivera Macías, B., Warnes, M., 2013. The Good Teaching Project: Identifying and making explicit the components of good teaching practice. Educational Developments, 14(1), pp. 21-25
Morris, M., Wisker, G., Cheng, M., Lilly, J., Warnes, M., Robinson, G., Trafford, V., 2011, Wellbeing and the research student. In Marshall, L., Morris, C. (eds.), 2011. Taking Wellbeing Forward in Higher Education: Reflections on theory and practice (Brighton: University of Brighton Press / Centre for Learning and Teaching).
Anghel, R., Fox, J., Warnes, M., 2010. An Exploration of Concept Mapping as a Method of Evaluating Student Learning in Social Work. (n Carpenter, J., Burgess, H. (eds.), 2010. Evaluating Outcomes in Social Work Education (Southampton: SWAP Monograph)
Lilly, J., Rivera Macías, B., Warnes, M., 2010. Investigating the Relationship between Ethnicity and Degree Attainment. Networks, 13, pp. 98-104.
Warnes, M., Lilly, J., Rivera Macías, B., 2010. Ethnicity and Degree Attainment. Educational Developments, 11(1), pp. 26-7.
Wisker, G., Morris, C., Cheng, M., Masika, R., Warnes, M., Lilly, J., Trafford, V., Robinson, G., 2010. Doctoral Learning Journeys – final report of the NTFS funded project.
Morris, M., Cheng, M., Wisker, G., Warnes, M., Lilly, J., Robinson, G., Trafford V, 2010. Doctoral learning journeys: Facilitating learning leaps. In Wisker, G., Price, M., Moriarty, J., Marshall, M. (eds.), 2010. From Spark to Flame: Creating and sustaining motivation and inspiration in our learning community (Brighton: University of Brighton Press / Centre for Learning and Teaching), pp. 12-19.
Lilly, J., Warnes, M., 2009. Designing Mobile Games for Learning: The mGBL Approach. In Petrovich, O., Brand, A. (eds.), 2009. Serious Games on the Move (Vienna: Springer).
Warnes, M., 2009. Ethnicity and Degree Attainment: Developing a Sophisticated Measurement Tool. Networks, 12, pp. 32-40.