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Professor Lisa Harris

Professor Lisa Harris

Associate Professor, Director of Digital Learning

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+44 (0) 1392 726473

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Streatham Court, University of Exeter, Rennes Drive, Exeter, EX4 4PU, UK

Lisa joined the University of Exeter in October 2017 from the University of Southampton where she was a Director of the Web Science Institute and a Director of the Web Science Centre for Doctoral Training. She also developed and ran an MSc in Digital Marketing.

Lisa input at a senior level to the University’s research, education and enterprise agendas: inspiring innovative projects to develop new educational programmes, multi-disciplinary communities of practice and industry partnerships. Lisa has recently achieved Higher Education Academy Principal Fellowship (PFHEA).

Nationality: British

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Research interests

  • Integrating digital literacies into the curriculum
  • A socio-technical model of learning in HE
  • MOOCs as catalysts for change in HE
  • Social media marketing in the charity sector
  • The role of digital media in cultural heritage

Research projects

Lisa is working on the Catalyst A and B projects “Maximising student success through the development of self-regulation” within a team led by Professor Carol Evans at the University of Southampton.

She has a team of PhD students investigating such topics as:

  • Integrating digital literacies into the curriculum
  • A socio-technical model of learning in HE
  • MOOCs as catalysts for change in HE
  • Social media banking
  • Social media marketing in the charity sector
  • The role of digital media in cultural heritage

Key publications | Publications by category | Publications by year

Publications by category


Books

Budd L, Harris L (2004). E-economy: Rhetoric or business reality?. Abstract. DOI.

Journal articles

Ferguson R, Scanlon E, Harris L (2016). Developing a Strategic Approach to MOOCs. Journal of Interactive Media in Education, 2016(1). Full text. DOI.
Harris L, Rae A, Misner I (2012). Punching above their weight: the changing role of networking in SMEs. Journal of Small Business and Enterprise Development, 19(2), 335-351. Abstract. DOI.
Harris L, Rae A (2011). Building a personal brand through social networking. Journal of Business Strategy, 32(5), 14-21. Abstract. DOI.
Harris L, Dennis C (2011). Engaging customers on facebook: Challenges for e-retailers. Journal of Consumer Behaviour, 10(6), 338-346. Abstract. DOI.
Harris L, Rae A (2009). Social networks: the future of marketing for small business. Journal of Business Strategy, 30(5), 24-31. Abstract. DOI.
Harris L, Rae A (2009). The revenge of the gifted amateur. be afraid, be very afraid. Journal of Small Business and Enterprise Development, 16(4), 694-709. Abstract. DOI.
Vincent J, Harris L (2008). Effective use of mobile communications in E-government: How do we reach the tipping point?. Information Communication and Society, 11(3), 395-413. Abstract. DOI.
Harris L, Rae A, Grewal S (2008). Out on the pull: how small firms are making themselves sexy with new online promotion techniques. International Journal of Technology Marketing, 3(2), 153-153. DOI.
Ayios A, Harris L (2005). Customer relationships in the e-economy: Mutual friends or just a veneering?. Qualitative Market Research, 8(4), 454-469. Abstract. DOI.
Harris L, Duckworth K (2005). The future of the independent travel agent: the need for strategic choice. Strategic Change, 14(4), 209-218. DOI.
Coles AM, Harris L, Davis R (2004). Is the party over? Innovation and music on the web. Journal of Information, Communication and Ethics in Society, 2(1), 21-29. Abstract. DOI.
Harris L, Coles A-M (2004). The impact of the Internet on marketing priorities in the financial services industry. Strategic Change, 13(1), 11-18. DOI.
Jackson P, Harris L (2003). E-business and organisational change: Reconciling traditional values with business transformation. Journal of Organizational Change Management, 16(5), 497-511. Abstract. DOI.
Harris L, Coles AM, Davies R (2003). Emerging ethical perspectives of e-commerce. Journal of Information, Communication and Ethics in Society, 1(1), 39-48. Abstract. DOI.
Harris L, Cohen G (2003). Marketing in the Internet age: what can we learn from the past?. Management Decision, 41(9), 944-956. Abstract. DOI.
Coles AM, Harris L, Dickson K (2003). Testing goodwill: Conflict and cooperation in new product development networks. International Journal of Technology Management, 25(1-2), 51-64. Abstract. DOI.
Harris L (2002). The learning organisation – myth or reality? Examples from the UK retail banking industry. The Learning Organization, 9(2), 78-88. Abstract. DOI.
Spence LJ, Coles A-M, Harris L (2001). The Forgotten Stakeholder? Ethics and Social Responsibility in Relation to Competitors. Business and Society Review, 106(4), 331-352. DOI.
Harris L (2001). The IT productivity paradox-evidence from the UK retail banking industry. New Technology, Work and Employment, 16(1), 35-48. Abstract.

Conferences

Phethean C, Tiropanis T, Harris L (2015). Engaging with charities on social media: Comparing interaction on Facebook and Twitter.  Abstract. DOI.
Phethean C, Tiropanis T, Harris L (2014). Taking the relationship to the next level: a comparison of how supporters converse with charities on facebook and twitter.  Abstract. DOI.
Brown I, Hall W, Harris L (2014). Towards a taxonomy for web observatories.  Abstract. DOI.
Brown I, Hall W, Harris L (2013). From search to observation.  Abstract.
Phethean C, Tiropanis T, Harris L (2013). Rethinking measurements of social media use by charities: a mixed methods approach.  Abstract. DOI.

Publications by year


2016

Ferguson R, Scanlon E, Harris L (2016). Developing a Strategic Approach to MOOCs. Journal of Interactive Media in Education, 2016(1). Full text. DOI.

2015

Phethean C, Tiropanis T, Harris L (2015). Engaging with charities on social media: Comparing interaction on Facebook and Twitter.  Abstract. DOI.

2014

Phethean C, Tiropanis T, Harris L (2014). Taking the relationship to the next level: a comparison of how supporters converse with charities on facebook and twitter.  Abstract. DOI.
Brown I, Hall W, Harris L (2014). Towards a taxonomy for web observatories.  Abstract. DOI.

2013

Brown I, Hall W, Harris L (2013). From search to observation.  Abstract.
Phethean C, Tiropanis T, Harris L (2013). Rethinking measurements of social media use by charities: a mixed methods approach.  Abstract. DOI.

2012

Harris L, Rae A, Misner I (2012). Punching above their weight: the changing role of networking in SMEs. Journal of Small Business and Enterprise Development, 19(2), 335-351. Abstract. DOI.

2011

Harris L, Rae A (2011). Building a personal brand through social networking. Journal of Business Strategy, 32(5), 14-21. Abstract. DOI.
Harris L, Dennis C (2011). Engaging customers on facebook: Challenges for e-retailers. Journal of Consumer Behaviour, 10(6), 338-346. Abstract. DOI.

2009

Harris L, Rae A (2009). Social networks: the future of marketing for small business. Journal of Business Strategy, 30(5), 24-31. Abstract. DOI.
Harris L, Rae A (2009). The revenge of the gifted amateur. be afraid, be very afraid. Journal of Small Business and Enterprise Development, 16(4), 694-709. Abstract. DOI.

2008

Vincent J, Harris L (2008). Effective use of mobile communications in E-government: How do we reach the tipping point?. Information Communication and Society, 11(3), 395-413. Abstract. DOI.
Harris L, Rae A, Grewal S (2008). Out on the pull: how small firms are making themselves sexy with new online promotion techniques. International Journal of Technology Marketing, 3(2), 153-153. DOI.

2005

Ayios A, Harris L (2005). Customer relationships in the e-economy: Mutual friends or just a veneering?. Qualitative Market Research, 8(4), 454-469. Abstract. DOI.
Harris L, Duckworth K (2005). The future of the independent travel agent: the need for strategic choice. Strategic Change, 14(4), 209-218. DOI.

2004

Budd L, Harris L (2004). E-economy: Rhetoric or business reality?. Abstract. DOI.
Coles AM, Harris L, Davis R (2004). Is the party over? Innovation and music on the web. Journal of Information, Communication and Ethics in Society, 2(1), 21-29. Abstract. DOI.
Harris L, Coles A-M (2004). The impact of the Internet on marketing priorities in the financial services industry. Strategic Change, 13(1), 11-18. DOI.

2003

Jackson P, Harris L (2003). E-business and organisational change: Reconciling traditional values with business transformation. Journal of Organizational Change Management, 16(5), 497-511. Abstract. DOI.
Harris L, Coles AM, Davies R (2003). Emerging ethical perspectives of e-commerce. Journal of Information, Communication and Ethics in Society, 1(1), 39-48. Abstract. DOI.
Harris L, Cohen G (2003). Marketing in the Internet age: what can we learn from the past?. Management Decision, 41(9), 944-956. Abstract. DOI.
Coles AM, Harris L, Dickson K (2003). Testing goodwill: Conflict and cooperation in new product development networks. International Journal of Technology Management, 25(1-2), 51-64. Abstract. DOI.

2002

Harris L (2002). The learning organisation – myth or reality? Examples from the UK retail banking industry. The Learning Organization, 9(2), 78-88. Abstract. DOI.

2001

Spence LJ, Coles A-M, Harris L (2001). The Forgotten Stakeholder? Ethics and Social Responsibility in Relation to Competitors. Business and Society Review, 106(4), 331-352. DOI.
Harris L (2001). The IT productivity paradox-evidence from the UK retail banking industry. New Technology, Work and Employment, 16(1), 35-48. Abstract.

Awards and Honours

  • I am included in JISC’s Influencers list of the “Top 50 HE Professionals on Social Media”  
  • Blackboard and VLE award for excellent use of Virtual Learning Environments, University of Southampton
  • Futurelearn Inspiration Award with Learner Simon Fogg for our MOOC Activities
  • SUSU Faculty Innovation in Teaching Award, University of Southampton
  • Vice Chancellor’s Team Award for Digital Literacies, University of Southampton
  • Vice Chancellor’s Teaching Award, Brunel University

External positions

  • External Examiner, Birmingham City University
  • Accredited online MBA Tutor, University of Liverpool.

Lisa has led the development and implementation of innovative degree programmes that use cross-faculty expertise supported by industry projects and online learning technologies. In 2013 she helped to develop the first MOOC in Web Science and she is Lead Educator for the Digital Marketing, Power of Social Media and Learning in the Network Age FutureLearn MOOCs.

Lisa has also contributed to a major project titled Students as Creators and Change Agents, a partnership between staff and students to develop a BSc in Business Management with direct student input to programme structure, content and delivery. She has developed and run prize winning inter-disciplinary Curriculum Innovation modules in Digital Literacies and Online Social Networks. She set up the University of Southampton’s Student Digital Champions Programme in 2012.