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Phone: ext 1024 (01603 591024)
Room Room 0.14
Address: The Registry, University of East Anglia, Norwich Research Park, Norwich NR4 7TJ

Dr. Lisa Worrall has over seventeen years of experience working in the university sector.  Her roles have included a largely research based focus, particularly in the areas of e-learning and Equality and Diversity.  From 2008-2012, Lisa worked on the academic enterprise based Women in Construction project.  It was directly through her project management and her innovative blend of face-to-face workshops and the introduction of e-learning content delivery, that the project won funded by ConstructionSkills won the National Women in Construction Award in 2010 for ‘Best Training Programme'.  She has authored a number of peer reviewed journal articles over the years on issues relating to e-Learning, Equality and Diversity and on Action Research.

During her spare time, Lisa enjoys writing fiction novels and in engaging in voluntary dog walking at the weekends for the RSPCA.  She also likes to undertake various graphics design activities via the use of the Corel suite of software and she also likes to engage in the pastime of amateur bird watching.

Journal Publications

Worrall, L. (2016).  Lifelong Learning for UK Researchers in Higher Education, International Journal of Technology and Inclusive Education (IJTIE), 5(1), pp.803-811.

Worrall, L. and Harris, K. (2013). Using Action Research to Investigate Social Networking Technologies, Electronic Journal of e-Learning11(2), pp. 115-123.

Worrall, L. (2012). Organizational Cultures: Obstacles to Women in the UK Construction Industry, Journal of Psychological Issues in Organizational Culture2(4), pp.6-21.

Worrall, L & Stewart, R & Harris, K & Thomas, A & McDermott, P. (2010). Barriers to Women in the UK Construction Industry', Engineering, Construction and Architectural Management17(3), pp. 268-281.

Worrall, L., Harris, K., Thomas, A., Jessop, S., Stewart, R., McDermott, P. and Platten, A. (2008). Organisational Cultures: Progression and Retention Barriers to Women in the UK Construction Industry, International Journal of Communities, Organisations and Nations8(3), pp.31-40.

Ahmed, V., Pathemeswaran, R., Baldry, D., Worrall, L. and Abouen, S. (2008). An Investigation into the Barriers Facing Black and Minority Ethnics in the UK Construction Industry, Journal of Construction in Developing Countries13(2), pp. 83-99.

Worrall, L. and Bell, F. (2007). Metacognition and Lifelong e-Learning: A Cyclical and Contextual Process, E-Learning Journal (ELEA)4(2), pp. 161-171.