2011 scholarly outputs

Over the course of 2011 the following scholarly outputs were produced by staff in the Centres for Teaching and Learning:

Brown, M. E. (2011). Standing up for teaching: The ‘crime’ of striving for excellence. Journal of Pedagogic Development, 2, 52-57.

Brown, M. (2011). The fickle and the fad of elearning: Going beyond the technology bungy. Invited presentation at Professional Development Conference, Western Institute of Technology Taranaki (WITT), 21st July, New Plymouth.

Brown, M. (2011). Personal learning environments: If ePortfolios are the solution, then what is the problem? Invited presentation at Professional Development Conference, Western Institute of Technology Taranaki (WITT), 22nd July, New Plymouth.

Brown, M., Argyle, R., Gilbert, W., Kendall, L., & Sandbrook, P. (2011). To annotate or not to annotate: That is the question from an online annotation tool project. Paper presented at EduLearn11, 4th July, Barcelona.

Brown, M., Argyle, R., Kendall, L., & Sandbrook, P. (2011). Saving money or adding value? What students say about the move to digital learning resources. Paper presented at European Distance and eLearning Network (EDEN) Conference. 20th June, Dublin.

Brown, M., & Bossu, C. (2011). Open educational resources (OERs) in Australia: A cross sector environmental scan. Pecha Kucha presentation presented at EdMedia World Conference on Educational Media and Technology, 29th June, Lisbon. 

Brown, M., Mackay, A., Shillington, S., Paewai., S., Suddaby, G., & White, F. (2011). Bridging the distance: Enhancing the success of distance learners. Paper presented at EdMedia World Conference on Educational Media and Technology, 28th June, Lisbon.

Brown, M., & Walker, R. (2011). Building a rich digital learning culture: Insights from the student experience in a College of Business. Full paper presented at EdMedia World Conference on Educational Media and Technology, 28th June, Lisbon. 

Brown, M., & Day, I. (2011). Expanding the reach of internationalisation: Delivering untethered learning for today’s globally connected world. Paper presented at QS-Maple Conference, Dubai, 1-2nd May.

Brown, M., Hughes, H., Hard, N., Keppell, M., Shillington, S. & Smith. E. (2011). Lights, camera, action: Gathering experiences of first time distance learners. Paper presented at the Ascilite Conference. In G. Williams, N. Brown, M. Pittard, B. Cleland (Eds.) Changing Demands, Changing Directions. Proceedings, 4-7 December, Hobart. (pp.194-199).

Brown, M., & Day, I. (2011). The new face of internationalization: Distance education for today’s socially wired and globally connected world. Paper presented at 7th QS Asia Pacific Professional Leaders in Education (Apple) conference, 16-18th November, Manila.

Brown, M.E. (2011). Quality enhancement in teaching and learning strategy. The 3rd Annual New Zealand Tertiary Education Summit. 28th & 29th November, Wellington.

Brown, M. (2011). All black and blended: Broken promises and serious challenges. Invited keynote presentation at the National Teaching and Learning Conference, 14-16 October, Nelson.

Brown, M. , Shillington, S., Mackay, A., & Paewai, S. (2011). Beyond the retention goulash: Supporting the transition of distance learners. Paper presented at Broad participation, diverse futures, UTL Futures Conference, 14-15 September, Armidale.

Brown, M. (2011). Distance education in Aotearoa / New Zealand: Challenges and opportunities. Invited keynote presentation at Education Summit 2011 – 2021: Global challenges and perspectives of blended and distance learning. Sydney, 15th February.

Brown, M. (2011). Helicopter view of Distance Education: The new face of internationalization. Invited presentation at Education Summit 2011 – 2021: Global challenges and perspectives of blended and distance learning. Sydney, 15th February.

Brown, M., Day, I., & O’Hara, D. (2011). Beyond the technology bungy: Designing untethered learning for today’s socially wired distance students. Symposium at Education Summit 2011 – 2021: Global challenges and perspectives of blended and distance learning. Sydney, 17th February.

Bossu, C., Brown, M., & Bull, D. (2011). Playing catch-up: Investigating public and institutional policies for OER practices in Australia. Journal of Open, Flexible and Distance Learning, 15 (2), 41-54.

Bull, D., Bossu, C., & Brown, M. (2011). Gathering the evidence: The use, adoption and development of open educational resources in Australia. Paper presented at the Expanding horizons – new approaches to open and distance learning. 24th International Council for Distance Education world conference on open and distance learning, 2-5 October, Nusa Dua Bali, Indonesia.

Burns, L. (2011, December). Exploring the use of learning stations in a tertiary context. Paper presented at the Association of Tertiary Learning Advisors of Aotearoa New Zealand Conference, Wellington, New Zealand.

Child, M., Keppell, M., Brown, M., Hunter, C., Hard, N. Hughes, H. (2011). Fostering institutional change through learning leadership – a study of stories of adaptation in blended and flexible learning and distance education. Paper presented at the Ascilite Conference. In G. Williams, N. Brown, M. Pittard, B. Cleland (Eds.) Changing Demands, Changing Directions. Proceedings, 4-7 December, Hobart. (pp.220-226).

Clarke, J.,  McCulley, M., Stewart, T., &  Milne, J. (2011). Response to scenario-based content delivery as an additional resource in a First Year Human Bioscience University Course. Paper presented at the Herdsa Conference, Brisbane.

Comer, K., Suddaby, G., Jeffrey, L., Milne, J., Law, M., (2011). Transitions and Toolkits: Exploring Blended Learning and Student Engagement. 8th Paper presented at the Annual Sloan Consortium - Blended learning conference and workshop. Illinois, March 28-29.  http://sloanconsortium.org/conference/2011/blended/transitions-and-toolkits-exploring-blended-learning-and-student-engagement

Elliot, A., & Brown, M. (2011). It’s the way the world is going: Beginning teachers’ beliefs bout ICT in schools. Paper (no 645) presented at British Educational Research Association, London, 6-8th September.

Fletcher, R., Meyer, L., Anderson, H., Johnstone, P., & Rees, M. (2011) Faculty and students conceptions of assessment in Higher Education. Higher Education,

Flint, S., & Stewart, T. (2011). Food microbiology - design and testing of a virtual laboratory exercise. Journal of Food Science Education, 9(4),  84-89.

Jeffrey, L., Suddaby, G., Milne, J., Comer, K., Gilmore, H., & Law, M., (2011). Help or Hindrance: A Blended Approach to Learner Engagement. Ako Aotearoa Colloquium, Wellington.

Jinks, A., Norton, G., Taylor, M., & Stewart, T. M. (2011). Scenario based learning:  Experiences in the development and application of a generic teaching software tool. In D. Holt, S. Segrave, & J. L. Cybulski (Eds.), Professional Education Using E-Simulations (pp. 346-369). IGI Global Press.

Kuperus, E. (2011, December).  It’s not fair: Listening to student perceptions of fairness in assessment. Paper presented at the Association of Tertiary Learning Advisors of Aotearoa New Zealand Conference, Wellington, New Zealand.

McKenzie J., Stewart T., Vink, D., & Thomson D. (2011). Riding a tiger - Scenario-based Learning in an International Masters Course for Public and Animal Health Policy Makers. Teaching with the Top Down: Adventures in Interactive Learning -  Teaching and Learning Symposium.  Massey University, Palmerston North,  July 15.

McMorrow, M. (2011). Action Research. Presentation given at the Qualitative Research Interest Group, Massey University, Albany Campus. February 9th, 2011.
 
McMorrow, M. (2011). Using technology in your lesson. Presentation given at English Language Partners, North Shore. April 7th, 2011.
 
McMorrow, M. (2011). Internationalise this! Presentation and Workshop given at the Vice-Chancellor’s Symposium, Massey University, Albany Campus. November 22nd, 2011
 
McMorrow, M. (2011). Collaborative research with academics and students: Aren’t we all in the same boat? Presentation given at the ATLAANZ Conference, Petone, Wellington. December 1st.

Martin, A., Rees, M., Edwards, M. (2011). Work Integrated Learning: A Template for Good Practice. Wellington, New Zealand: Ako Aotearoa.

Martin, A., Rees, M., Edwards, M., (2011). Work Integrated Learning, A Template for Good Practice: Supervisors’ Reflections. Wellington, New Zealand: Ako Aotearoa.

Martin, A., Rees, M., Edwards, M., (2011). Work Integrated Learning (WIL): Case studies and a template for good practice. Paper presented at the New Zealand Association of Cooperative Education Conference, 18th- 19th April, Napier.   

Milne, J., & Brown, M. (2011). Synthesis of the literature on media rich learning. Unpublished report, Massey University.

Milne, J., Jeffrey, L., Higgins, A.,  Comer, K., &  Suddaby, G. (2011). Quality engagement: Is online activity associated with final marks? Paper presented at the Herdsa Conference, Brisbane.

Milne, J., Jeffrey, L., Law, M., Suddaby, G. and Comer, K. (2010). Engagement strategies for blended learning. Workshop given at the Ternz conference, Dunedin.

O'Hara, D., & Liu, Z. (2011). Switched on, plugged in and Moodling to go. Paper presented at Moodlemoot Australia, 18th July, Sydney.

Poskett, J., Rees, M., Suddaby, G. (2011). Engaging with university at a distance: the differences in levels of student engagement among extramural and campus-based students. In Radloff, A. (Ed) Student engagement in New Zealand’s universities (p 70 – 76)Wellington, New Zealand, Ako Aotearoa.

Ryan, Y., & Brown, M. (2011). National quality assurance guidelines and polices for distance education in Australia and New Zealand (chapter 9). In I. Jung, & C. Latchem, Quality assurance and accreditation in distance education and e-learning: Models, policies and research. London: Routledge.

Sandbrook, P., & O'Hara, D. (2011). Study practices on the digital desktop. Paper presented at Moodlemoot Australia, 19th July, Sydney.

Sanky, M., Brown, M., & Uys, P. (2011). Do the ACODE benchmarks still cut the mustard or is elearning maturity just a dream? There is light at the end of the tunnel. Symposium presented at Ascilite Conference. In G. Williams, N. Brown, M. Pittard, B. Cleland (Eds.) Changing Demands, Changing Directions. Proceedings, 4-7 December, Hobart. (pp.1121-1122).

Sevillano, L. (2011, December). Navigating the river: A correlation between the PASS program and passing. Paper presented at the ATLAANZ Conference, Petone, Wellington.
 
Sevillano, L., & Van der Ham, V. (2011, October). Student facilitated study groups (formerly known as PASS): Empowering international students through engagement. Paper presented at the Vice Chancellor’s Symposium 2011, Massey University, Albany, New Zealand.

Shephard, K., Mansvelt, J., Stein, S., Suddaby, G., Harris, I. & O'Hara, D. (2011). Professional development for e-learning: Researching a strategy for New Zealand’s tertiary education sector. International Journal on E-Learning, 10(4), 461-481.

Shillington, S., Brown, M., MacKay, A., & Paewai, S. (2011). Real-world skills for real-world people: The case for rural broadband. Paper presented at the Telecommunications Users Association of New Zealand (TUANZ) Rural Broadband Symposium, 8-9 November, Taupo.

Stewart, T. M. (2011). Supporting the Design of Interactive Scenarios in a University Environment. Techniques, Issues and Constraints. In D. Holt, S. Segrave, & J. L. Cybulski (Eds.), Professional Education Using E-Simulations (pp. 316-335). IGI Global Press.

Suddaby, G., & Brown, M. (2011). Peer review: Promoting a quality culture. Paper presented at IADIS International Conference Information Systems. Avila, Spain, 11-13 March.

Suddaby, G., Jeffrey, L., Milne, J., Higgins, A., Laws, M., & Comer, K. (2011) Blending In: Exploring Blended Approaches To Student Engagement. Plenary session for International Technology, Education and Development Conference - INTED2011. http://www.iated.org/inted2011/announcement

Symonds, S., Rowatt, A., Jamieson, A., Salapata, G., Abasa, S., &  Venkateswar, S. (2011). 21C to 700 B.C in a swipe: The Classics meet iPad. Poster presented at ASCiLiTe 2011:  Changing demands, changing directions, 4 - 7 December, Hobart.

Terrell, J,. (2011).  “Designing for Learning”. In, N. Zepke, D. Nugent, & L. Leach (Eds),  Reflection to transformation: A self-help book for teachers. 155-175.

Terrell, J. (Ed) (2011). Making the Links: Learning, Teaching and High Quality Student Outcomes. Proceedings of the 9th Conference of the NZ Association of Bridging Educators (editor, June).

Thompson, J .( 2011, December). Researching students’ perceptions to inform learning support practice. Paper presented at The Australia and New Zealand Student Services Association Conference, Sydney, Australia.

Van der Ham, V. (2011, November). Navigating barriers to completion of doctoral degrees. Paper presented at the 2011 ATLAANZ Conference, Wellington Institute of Technology, Petone, New Zealand.

Walker, R.J., Brown, M.E., Moore, C., & Hughes, H. (2011). The move to Moodle: Perspective of academics in a College of Business. Paper presented at the Ascilite Conference. In G. Williams, N. Brown, M. Pittard, B. Cleland (Eds.) Changing Demands, Changing Directions. Proceedings, 4-7 December, Hobart. (pp.1275-1280).

Walker, R., Brown, M., Moore, C., & Hughes, H. (2011). A report on the Stream experience: Staff perceptions in the College of Business. Unpublished report, Massey University.

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