Dr Tristram Hooley, Reader in Career Development and Head of iCeGS

Dr Tristram Hooley, Head of iCeGS

Dr Tristram Hooley, Reader in Career Development

Tel: 01332 591268

Email: t.hooley@derby.ac.uk

Tristram Hooley is Reader in Career Development and Head of iCeGS. He is responsible for overseeing the development of the research and education programmes run by the Centre. He has research interests in the role of technology in career development, the careers of researchers, careers policy and the changing nature of careers work in schools. . He has been involved in research, teaching and education in and around higher education for most of his career and has particular interests in careers, doctoral education, social capital and the role of technology in research, teaching and guidance.

Tristram is a member of the UK Careers Sector Strategic Forum, a Winston Churchill Fellow, a Fellow of National Institute for Career Education and Counselling (NICEC), an expert adviser to icould and serves on the editorial board of the British Journal of Guidance and Counselling. He also writes the Adventures in Career Development blog at: http://adventuresincareerdevelopment.wordpress.com/

Tristram also teaches on the Universty's MRes, EdD and New Route PhD programmes. He is also available to supervise EdD and PhD theses in areas related to career, career development and the educational use of social media. He has recently supervised a thesis on mentoring disadvantaged young people.

Publications include:

2014

Langley, E., Hooley, T., Bertuchi, D. (2014). A Career Postcode Lottery? Local Authority Provision of Youth and Career Support Following the 2011 Education Act. Derby: International Centre for Guidance Studies, University of Derby.

2013

Cheruvallil-Contractor, S., Hooley, T., Moore, N., Purdam, K. and Weller, P. (2013). Researching the Non-Religious: Methods and Methodological Issues, Challenges and Controversies, In: A. Day, G. Vincett and C. Cotter (eds) (2013). Social Identities Between the Sacred and the Secular. Aldershot: Ashgate: 173-89.

Dent, P., Garton, E., Hooley, T., Leonard, C., Marriott, J. and Moore, N. (2013). Higher Education Outreach to Widen Participation: Toolkits for Practitioners. Overview, 2nd. Edition. Bristol: HEFCE.

Dent, P., Garton, E., Hooley, T., Leonard, C., Marriott, J. and Moore, N. (2013). Higher Education Outreach to Widen Participation: Toolkits for Practitioners. Partnership, 2nd. Edition. Bristol: HEFCE.

Dent, P., Garton, E., Hooley, T., Leonard, C., Marriott, J. and Moore, N. (2013). Higher Education Outreach to Widen Participation: Toolkits for Practitioners. Targeting, 2nd. Edition. Bristol: HEFCE.

Dent, P., Garton, E., Hooley, T., Leonard, C., Marriott, J. and Moore, N. (2013). Higher Education Outreach to Widen Participation: Toolkits for practitioners. Programmes, 2nd. Edition. Bristol: HEFCE.

Dent, P., Garton, E., Hooley, T., Leonard, C., Marriott, J. and Moore, N. (2013). Higher Education Outreach to Widen Participation: Toolkits for Practitioners. Evaluation, 2nd. Edition. Bristol: HEFCE.

Dent, P., Garton, E., Hooley, T., Leonard, C., Marriott, J. and Moore, N. (2013). Higher Education Outreach to Widen Participation: Toolkits for Practitioners. Resources and Glossary, 2nd. Edition. Bristol: HEFCE.

Hooley, T. (2013). Career Development in Canada. Derby: International Centre for Guidance Studies, University of Derby.

Hooley, T. (2013). The chaos theory of careers: A new perspective on working in the twenty-first century(book review). British Journal of Guidance & Counselling, 41(2): 208-210.

Hooley, T. (2013). National Careers Council, an Aspirational Nation: Creating a culture change in careers provision. Careers England Policy Commentary 21. Careers England.

Hooley, T., Law, B. and Bentley, K. (2013). Exploring the Turning Points in Researchers' Lives: Using the Three-Scene Storyboarding Technique. Cambridge: CRAC.

Hooley, T. (2013). National Careers Council, an Aspirational Nation: Creating a culture change in careers provision. Careers England Policy Commentary 21. Careers England.

Hooley, T., Marriott, J. and Pearce, E. (2013). 'HR Strategies for Researchers: A Review of the HR Excellence in Research Award Implementation Activities Across Europe'. Cambridge: CRAC.

Hooley, T., Mellors-Bourne, R. and Sutton, M. (2013). Early Evaluation of Unistats: User Experiences. Bristol: HEFCE.

Hooley, T., Watts, A. G., Sultana, R. G. and Neary, S. (2013). The 'blueprint' framework for career management skills: a critical exploration. British Journal of Guidance & Counselling, 41(2): 117-131.

Longridge, D., Hooley, T. & Staunton, T. (2013). Building Online Employability: A Guide for Academic Departments. Derby: International Centre for Guidance Studies, University of Derby.

2012

Dent, P., Garton, E., Hooley, T., Leonard, C., Marriott, J. and Moore, N. (2012). Higher Education Outreach to Widen Participation: Toolkits for Practitioners. Overview. Bristol: HEFCE.

Dent, P., Garton, E., Hooley, T., Leonard, C., Marriott, J. and Moore, N. (2012). Higher Education Outreach to Widen Participation: Toolkits for Practitioners. Partnership. Bristol: HEFCE.

Dent, P., Garton, E., Hooley, T., Leonard, C., Marriott, J. and Moore, N. (2012). Higher Education Outreach to Widen Participation: Toolkits for Practitioners. Targeting. Bristol: HEFCE.

Dent, P., Garton, E., Hooley, T., Leonard, C., Marriott, J. and Moore, N. (2012). Higher Education Outreach to Widen Participation: Toolkits for practitioners. Programmes. Bristol: HEFCE.

Dent, P., Garton, E., Hooley, T., Leonard, C., Marriott, J. and Moore, N. (2012). Higher Education Outreach to Widen Participation: Toolkits for Practitioners. Evaluation. Bristol: HEFCE.

Dent, P., Garton, E., Hooley, T., Leonard, C., Marriott, J. and Moore, N. (2012). Higher Education Outreach to Widen Participation: Toolkits for Practitioners. Resources and Glossary. Bristol: HEFCE.

Hooley, T. (2012). How the internet changed career: framing the relationship between career development and online technologies. Journal of the National Institute for Career Education and Counselling (NICEC). 29: 3-12.

Hooley, T. (2012). Progression in Kent: Schools taking charge. Maidstone: Kent Country Council.

Hooley, T. (2012). Some sort of bridge: the foundation and early years of the careers research and advisory centre. British Journal of Guidance & Counselling, 40(2): 181-182.

Hooley, T., Devins, D., Watts, A. G., Hutchinson, J., Marriott, J. & Walton, F. (2012). Tackling Unemployment, Supporting Business and Developing Careers. London: UKCES.

Hooley, T., Hutchinson, J. & Neary, S. (2012). Supporting STEM Students into STEM Careers: A Practical Introduction for Academics. Derby: International Centre for Guidance Studies (iCeGS), University of Derby.

Hooley, T., Marriott, J., Watts, A.G. and Coiffait, L. (2012). Careers 2020: Options for Future Careers Work in English Schools. London: Pearson.

Hooley, T., Marriott, J. & Wellens, J. (2012). What is Online Research?: Using the Internet for Social Science Research. London: Bloomsbury Academic.

Hutchinson, J., Devins, D., Hooley, T. & Kelsey, S. (2012). Developing Business. Developing careers. How and Why Employers are Supporting the Career Development of Their Employees. London: UKCES.

Longridge, D. & Hooley, T. (2012). An experiment in blended career development: The University of Derby's social media internship programme. Journal of the National Institute for Career Education and Counselling. 29: 39-46.

Moore, N. & Hooley, T. (2012). Talking About Career: The Language Used by and With Young People to Discuss Life, Learning and Work. Derby: International Centre for Guidance Studies, University of Derby.

Policy Research Institute and International Centre for Guidance Studies (2012). Employer Practice in Progressing Low-paid Staff. London: UKCES.

Policy Research Institute and International Centre for Guidance Studies (2012). Employer Practice in Progressing Low-paid Staff: Case Studies. London: UKCES.

2011

Cann, A., Dimitriou, K. & Hooley, T. (2011). Social Media: A Guide for Researchers. London: Research Information Network.

Hooley, T. (2011). Careers work in the blogosphere: Can careers blogging widen access to career support. In: Barham, L. & Irving, B.A. (eds) Constructing the Future: Diversity, Inclusion and Social Justice. Stourbridge: Institute of Career Guidance.

Hooley, T., Bentley, K. & Marriott, J. (2011). Entrepeneurship and UK doctoral graduates. Industry and Higher Education, 25(3), pp. 181-192.

Hooley, T., Marriott, J. & Sampson, J.P. (2011). Fostering College and Career Readiness: How Career Development Activities in Schools Impact on Graduation Rates and Students' Life Success. Derby: International Centre for Guidance Studies, University of Derby.

Hooley, T., & Rawlinson, M. (2011). What can careers workers learn from the study of narrative? Journal of the National Institute for Career Education and Counselling, (26): 3-8.

Hooley, T. & Watts, A.G. (2011). Careers Work with Young People: Collapse or Transition? Derby: International Centre for Guidance Studies, University of Derby.

Moore, N. & Hooley, T. (2011). Building a Progression Culture: Exploring Learning Organisations' Use of The Progression Matrix. Derby: International Centre for Guidance Studies.

Weller, P., Hooley, T. & Moore, N. (2011). Religion and Belief in Higher Education: The Experiences of Staff and Students. London Equality Challenge Unit.

2010

Bentley, K & Hooley, T (2010). What do Researchers do? Career Profiles of Doctoral Entrepreneurs. Cambridge: CRAC.

Hooley, T. (2010). Transitions and learning through the lifecourse (book review). British Journal of Guidance & Counselling, 38(4): 501-503.

Hooley, T., Hutchinson, J. & Watts, A. G. (2010). Enhancing Choice? The Role of Technology in the Career Support Market. London: UKCES.

Hooley, T., Hutchinson, J. & Watts, A.G. (2010). Careering Through The Web. The Potential of Web 2.0 and 3.0 Technologies for Career Development and Career Support Services. London: UKCES.

Hooley, T., Kent, R. & Williams, S.(eds) (2010). Hard Times? Building and Sustaining Research Capacity in UK Universities. Issues in Research Management and Administration, Occasional Paper 5.

Hooley, T., Wellens, J., Madge, C. & Goss S. (2010). 'Online Research Methods for Mental Health' In: Anthony, K, Mertz Nagel, D and Goss, S (eds.) The Use of Technology In Mental Health: Applications, Ethics and Practice. Springfield: Charles C Thomas.

Oliver, L., & Hooley, T. (2010). Researchers, Fixed-term Contracts and Universities: Understanding Law in Context. Cambridge: CRAC.

Rubio, M. & Hooley, T. (2010). Recruiting Researchers: Survey of Employer Practice 2009. Cambridge: CRAC.

2009

Hooley, T. & Videler, T. (2009). What do Researchers do? Career Profiles of Doctoral Graduates. Cambridge: CRAC. 

Madge, C., Meek, J., Wellens, J.& Hooley, T. (2009). Facebook, social integration and informal learning at University: 'It is more for socialising and talking to friends about work than for actually doing work'. Learning, Media and Technology. 34(2), pp. 141-155.

Hooley,T., Kulej, M., Edwards, C.& Mahoney, K. (2009). Understanding the Part-time Researcher Experience. Cambridge: CRAC. 

Older publications

Hooley, T. & Horspool, P. (2006). 'Two sides of the same story? Staff and student perceptions of the non-native speakers experience of the British academic system'.The East Asian Learner. 2(2). 

Madge, C., O'Connor, H., Wellens, J., Hooley, T. & Shaw, R. (2006). Exploring online research methods, incorporating TRI-ORM; an online research methods training programme for the social science community.

Raven, N. & Hooley, T. (2005). 'Urban and industrial change in the Midlands: A regional survey'. In: Stobart, J. and Raven, N. Towns, Regions and Industries: Urban and industrial change in the Midlands c.1700-1840. Manchester: Manchester University Press.

Brown, C., Hyde, C.,Thornhill, C., Morris, M., Hooley, T. & Ferrier, S. (2004). Oral History: Study Series for Professional Development. Leicester: University of Leicester Press. [152pp]

Brown,C., Faire, L. & Hooley,T. (2003). Testimonies of the City. Leicester: University of Leicester. [48pp]

Hooley, T. (2002). Visions of a new Jerusalem: Predictive fiction in the Second World War. PhD Thesis. Leicester: University of Leicester.

Hooley, T. & Ferrier, S. eds. (2002). Toys and Games: An Oral History. Leicester: University of Leicester. [36pp]

Hooley, T. (1999). 'Blow it up and start all over again: Second World War apocalypse fiction and the decadence of modernity'. In: Michael St John, Romancing Decay: Ideas of Decadence in European Culture. Aldershot: Ashgate.

 

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