2013 scholarly outputs

Over the course of 2013 the following scholarly outputs were produced by staff in the Centres for Teaching and Learning:

Milne, J. D. (2013). Blended Learning Approaches to Student Engagement. Workshop presented at the Adult Community Education (ACE) Conference, Wellington.

Anderson. C., & Jacoby, J. (2013). Using single technologies to improve student engagement and success in an online applied-science course: A case study. Paper presented at the 30th Annual ascilite Conference, 2nd to 4th December, Macquaire University, Sydney.

Bossu, C., Brown, M., & Bull, D. (2013). Feasibility Protocol: An instrument to assist institutional adoption of OER. DEHub 2013 Occasional Paper Series No 1, Armidale NSW, Australia: University of New England, DEHub.

Bossu, C. Brown, M., & Bull, D. 2013. Outcomes of an Australian study to develop an OER Feasibility Protocol: A framework to assist implementation and adoption. 10th Open Education Conference, Nov 6-8, Park City, Utah.

Bossu, C., Brown, M., & Bull, D. (2013). A Feasibility Protocol for OER Adoption. Poster presented at The Higher Education Technology Agenda (Theta): The Edge of the World. Hobart, Australia. 7-10 April.

Bossu, C., Brown, M., & Bull, D. (2013, 16 - 18 Oct). Reporting the evidence: Opportunities and challenges of OER adoption in Australia. Paper presented at the New Strategies for Global Open, Flexible and Distance Learning, 25th International Council for Open and Distance Education World Conference, Tianjin, China.

Brown, M.(2013). The new normal of online, blended and distance learning: The Massey University experience. Journal of Distance Education in China, 10. [Translated].

Brown, M. (2013). The new openness movement: Unpacking the hype from the hope. Invited keynote presentation at  presentated at the Teaching Matters: Open UTAS to the World conference, University of Tasmania, Thursday 28th November 2013.

Brown, M. (2013). Designing a quality culture for blended learning. Workshop at the Teaching Matters: Open UTAS to the World conference, University of Tasmania, Thursday 28th November 2013.

Brown, M. (2013). The digital learning revolution: What lies ahead? Invited keynote address at Future Learning and the Digital Student, Wellington, 24th September.

Brown, M. (2013). Designing a quality culture for blended learning. Invited keynote address at 2nd Annual Blended Learning Summit, Sydney, 18th September.

Brown, M. (2013).  The value of distance education: Burden or blessing? Paper presented at the Association of Commonwealth Universities Conference, Auckland, 12th July.

Brown, M. (2013). The return of King Kong: A journey to ‘Scull Island’ and beyond. Invited keynote presentation at at Moodle Moot Au: Moodle & Beyond, Melbourne, 25th June.

Brown, M. (2013). The digital learning revolution: What lies ahead? Invited keynote presentation at Future Learning and the Digital Student, Auckland 26th June.

Brown, M. (2013). Realising the dream: Designing a quality culture. Invited keynote address at Digital Asia, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 27-28th May.

Brown, M. (2013). Reflections on quality: Educational technology’s dirty little secret. Invited paper presented at the Australian Digital Futures Institute, University of Southern Queensland, Toowoomba,  22nd May.

Brown, M. (2013). A BOLD new future: The changing face of university education. Australasian MBA Forum, Sydney, 9th May.

Brown, M. (2013). The quality challenge: An inconvenient truth about e-learning, Invited presentation at Aston University, Birmingham, 19th April.

Brown, M. (2013). The changing face of higher education: How online, blended and distance learning is changing the game. Invited workshop at the University of Gloucestershire, Gloucester, 18th April.

Brown, M. (2013). The quality challenge: Creating a culture of quality enhancement. Invited paper presented at Third International Conference e-Learning and Distance Learning: From Practice to Performance. Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, 7th February.

Brown, M. (2013). Building a culture for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning in the University of the 21st century. Invited presentation at the University of Calgary, Doha, Qatar, 30th January.

Brown, M., Hughes, H., Keppell, M., Hard, N., & Smith, L. (2013). In their own words: Student stories of seeking learning support. Open Praxis, 5 (4), pp. 345–354.

Brown, M., Hughes, H. Hard, N., Keppell, M., & Smith, L. (2013). In their own words: Student stories of seeking learning support. Paper presentated at the International Council for Open and Distance Education (ICDE) World Conference in Tianjin, China, 16-18th October.

Brown, M., Hughes, H., Keppell, M., Hard, N., & Smith, L. (2013). Exploring the disconnections: Student interaction with support services upon commencement of distance education. The International Journal of the First Year in Higher Education, 4 (2), 63-74.

Brown, M., Hughes, H., Keppell, M., Hard, N., Smith, L. (2013). Exploring the disconnections: Student interaction with support services upon commencement of distance education. Paper presented at First Year Higher Education Conference, Wellington, 9th July.

Brown, M., Keppell, M., Hughes, H., Hard, N., Smith, L. (2013). Stories of learning spaces: From distant places. In Frielick, S., Buissink-Smith, N., Wyse, P., Billot, J., Hallas, J. and Whitehead, E. (Eds.) Research and Development in Higher Education: The Place of Learning and Teaching, 36 (pp 58-68). Auckland, 2nd July.

Brown, M., Hughes, H., Keppell, M., Hard, N., Smith, L. (2013). Stories of joy and despair in the virtual classroom. Paper presented at the European Distance and e-Learning Network (EDEN) Conference. Oslo, 12th June.

Childs, M., Brown, M., Keppell, M., & Hard, N. (2013). Wicked issues: Higher education research, and institutional innovation for learning and teaching – a reflection. Paper presented at Higher Education Research Development Society of Australasia (HERDSA) Conference. Auckland, 1st July.

Childs, M., Brown, M., Keppell, M., Nicholas, Z., Hunter, C. and Hard, N. (2013). Managing institutional change through distributive leadership approaches: Engaging academics and teaching staff in blended and flexible learning. Final Report 2012. dehub Report Series 2013, Armidale NSW, Australia: University of New England, dehub. Available from http://bit.ly/17KxSBD

Connor-Douglas, F.A.  (2013, November). Connecting with first year internal students:  Will a popular distance learning writing service translate as successfully for a first year cohort in the changing environment of blended learning. Paper presented at the 18th Annual ATLAANZ Conference, 27-29 November, Eastern Institute of Technology, Napier.

Gray-Sharp, K. (2013). Kia āio: Manaakitangi & academia. In P. Whitinui, M. Glover, & D. Hikuroa (Eds.), Ara mai he tētēkura – Visioning our futures: New and emerging pathways of Māori academic leadership (pp. 121-132). Dunedin, New Zealand: Otago University Press.

Hartnett, M., Brown, M., & Symonds, S. (2013). Looking through a window to another part of the room: Staff perspectives of immersive video-linked classes. Paper presentated at the International Council for Open and Distance Education (ICDE) World Conference in Tianjin, China, 16-18th October.

Hartnett. M., Brown, M., Symonds, S., & Butler, P. (2013). Report on the video linked teaching project: Staff and student experiences during the experimental pilot. Massey University, Palmerston North.

Hartnett, M. Symonds, S. & Brown, M. (2013). Synchronous teaching spaces, distributed learning places: Staff and student perspectives of immersive video-linked classes. In Frielick, S., Buissink-Smith, N., Wyse, P., Billot, J., Hallas, J. and Whitehead, E. (Eds.) Research and Development in Higher Education: The Place of Learning and Teaching, 36 (pp 187-199). Auckland, 4th July.

Jamieson, A. S., (2013). Lessons from a Social Cultural Innovation: Using Digital Production as a means of reflection. Paper given at the Moodlemoot Conference, Melbourne, Australia.

Jamieson, A. S., (2013). Moodle 2.3 what are the new features?  How can we use them? Workshop at the Professional Development Symposium, Western Institute of Technology at Taranaki.

Jamieson, A. S., (2013). Examples of online practice and techniques using Moodle 2.3. Workshop at the Professional Development Symposium, Western Institute of Technology at Taranaki.

Jamieson, A. S., (2013). Study at Massey – College of Business pathway for new managers. Examples of online learning at Massey University.  Presentation to McDonalds Head office.

Jeffrey, L., & Milne, J. (2013). Student engagement in a blended environment. Paper presented at Higher Education Research Development Society of Australasia (HERDSA) Conference. Auckland, 1st July.

Kennedy, G., O’Halloran, K., & Brown, M. (2013). Opening debate - the dream has been realized. Invited debate panel at the 30th Annual ascilite Conference, 2nd to 4th December, Macquaire University, Sydney.

Lamond, H.M., Wilkinson, L., & Tuileto’a, R. (2013). Mediasite as a medium for an orientation programme for distance students. Paper presented at the 18th Annual ATLAANZ Conference, 27-29 November, Eastern Institute of Technology, Napier.

Lefevre, D., Brown, M., & Jamieson, A. (2013). Walking the talk: Online skills develop for academics preparing to teach online. Epigeum workshop at the 30th Annual ascilite Conference, 2nd to 4th December, Macquaire University, Sydney.

Martin, A., & Rees, M. (2013). A template for good practice in work integrated learning. Paper presented at Higher Education Research Development Society of Australasia (HERDSA) Conference. Auckland, 3rd July.

Martin, A., & Rees M. (2013). Developing Applied Learning in tertiary organizations. Paper presented at the New Zealand Association of Cooperative Education, Auckland, April.

Milne, J. (2013). The place of a teaching consultant in a university. Poster presented at Higher Education Research Development Society of Australasia (HERDSA) Conference. Auckland, 1st July

O’Hara, D., & Hill, J. (2013). A person of interest: An institution’s journey into surveillance and intervention in pursuit of greater wisdom using Moodle data. Paper presented at Moodle Moot Au: Moodle & Beyond, Melbourne, 24th June

Poskitt, J., & Jamieson, A. S., (2013). What impact does the use of technological tools have on children’s learning and achievement in reading comprehension? Report to College Street Normal School.

Rees, M. (2013). The Graduate Outcome Project using data from the Integrated Data Infrastructure Project. Paper presented at the Australasian Association for  Institutional Research conference, Perth,6th – 8th November.     

Tapiata, J., Tapiata, A., Tapiata, R., Jamieson, A., Symonds, S., & Rowatt, A. (2013). Te Puna Hihiko - Te Ao Maori - Maori perspectives. Mobile app.

Thompson, J., & Gilbert, G. (2013). Developing a student-centred learning community. Presented at the ATEM Conference. Wellington: Victoria University.

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