Jill MacKay
Jill MacKay
Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies
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Short-term temperament tests in beef cattle relate to long-term measures of behavior recorded in the home pen
JRD MacKay, SP Turner, J Hyslop, JM Deag, MJ Haskell
Journal of animal science 91 (10), 4917-4924, 2013
Consistent individual behavioral variation: the difference between temperament, personality and behavioral syndromes
JRD MacKay, MJ Haskell
Animals 5 (3), 455-478, 2015
Establishing the extent of behavioural reactions in dairy cattle to a leg mounted activity monitor
JRD MacKay, JM Deag, MJ Haskell
Applied animal behaviour science 139 (1-2), 35-41, 2012
Fear responses to novelty in testing environments are related to day-to-day activity in the home environment in dairy cattle
JRD MacKay, MJ Haskell, JM Deag, K van Reenen
Applied Animal Behaviour Science 152, 7-16, 2014
Massive open online courses as a tool for global animal welfare education
JRD MacKay, F Langford, N Waran
Journal of veterinary medical education 43 (3), 287-301, 2016
Characterizing the data in online companion-dog obituaries to assess their usefulness as a source of information about human–animal bonds
JRD MacKay, J Moore, F Huntingford
Anthrozo÷s 29 (3), 431-440, 2016
Characterising personality traits in cattle using biotelemetry systems
JRD MacKay
The University of Edinburgh, 2013
The Modern Mythos
JRD MacKay
Halo Effect: An Unauthorized Look at the Most Successful Video Game of All Time, 2007
Peer-Led Academic Support for Pre-Arrival Students of the BVM&S Degree Program
J Paterson, C Keys, K Phillips, M Yntema, JRD MacKay
Journal of veterinary medical education 46 (4), 481-488, 2019
Animal welfare education–can MOOCs contribute?
J MacKay, F Langford, N Waran
Veterinary Record 175 (15), i-i, 2014
Show and ‘tool’: How lecture recording transforms staff and student perspectives on lectures in higher education
JRD MacKay
Computers & Education 140, 103593, 2019
Using National Student Survey (NSS) qualitative data and social identity theory to explore students’ experiences of assessment and feedback
JRD MacKay, K Hughes, H Marzetti, N Lent, SM Rhind
Higher Education Pedagogies 4 (1), 315-330, 2019
Lessons Learned from Teaching Multiple Massive Open Online Courses in Veterinary Education.
JRD MacKay, J Paterson, V Sandilands, NK Waran, B Lancaster, ...
Journal of Perspectives in Applied Academic Practice 6 (2), 2018
The use of online learning as continuing professional development within animal welfare organisations; a case study with IFAW
L Read, JRD MacKay, C Milburn, FM Langford
Advances in Animal Biosciences-Proceedings of the British Society of Animalá…, 2015
Social Media Contexts Moderate Perceptions of Animals
E Riddle, JRD MacKay
Animals 10 (5), 845, 2020
10 simple rules for supporting a temporary online pivot in higher education
E Nordmann, C Horlin, J Hutchison, JA Murray, L Robson, M Seery, ...
PsyArXiv, 2020
Classroom practices can be reliably classified using lecture recordings
G Kinnear, S Smith, R Anderson, T Gant, J MacKay, P Docherty, S Rhind, ...
OSF Preprints, 2020
Developing Miller’s Pyramid to Support Students’ Assessment Literacy
SM Rhind, J MacKay, AJ Brown, CJ Mosley, JM Ryan, KJ Hughes, S Boyd
Journal of Veterinary Medical Education, e20190006, 2020
Discipline Based Education Research for Animal Welfare Science
J MacKay
Frontiers in Veterinary Science 7 (7), 1-12, 2020
On the Horizon: Making the Best Use of Free Text Data With Shareable Text Mining Analyses
JRD MacKay
Journal of Perspectives in Applied Academic Practice 7 (1), 57-64, 2019
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