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2012 Conference Papers


Presidential Address

Connecting the dots in academic work
Winthrop Professor Shelda Debowski


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Carbone, A. Peer Assisted Teaching Scheme – A way of creating, sustaining and developing new connections
Colvin, C., Fozdar, F. & Volet, S. Intercultural interactions in university tutorials: A Bourdieusian analysis

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Dong, C. Assessment of Mechanical Engineering Final Year Projects Using Fuzzy Multi-Attribute Utility Theory

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Ferns, S. & Pegden, J-A. Student and staff perceptions of fieldwork experiences: Assessing authentic learning
Fleming, M., Cram, B., London, G. & Kayrooz, C. Establishing a regional enabling pilot programme through university-community engagement
Flowers, K., Gamble, N., Nebauer, M., Harding, T. & Schulz, P. Using web-enhanced learning to connect with learners: Student perceptions

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Gill, R., Verezub, E. & Wang, X. A case study on providing international students the opportunity to enhance performance through online engagement
Goriss-Hunter, A. Connections through dis-identifications: the use of Cultural and Political Vignettes (CPVs) in teacher education
Govers, E. Connecting theory and practice: Exploring the use of personal experiences in programme design
Grellier, J. & Mackintosh, L. Reflective connections in an undergraduate architecture program

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Henschke, K. The emergence of ‘I’, ‘you’ and ‘us’ identities for, in and through work placements

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Langworthy, A. & Johns, S. Why is it important for Higher education to connect with the VET sector?
Lee, R., Myatt, P. & Joughin, G. Undergraduate students’ experience of research: findings from a cross-disciplinary analysis of students’ perceptions

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Maganlal, S., Hills, R., McMillan, S., Barker, M., Blauberg, N. & Shallcross, L. Enhancing Intercultural Competence among Pharmacy Students through the ExcelL Program
Male, S. A., Guzzomi, A. L. & Baillie, C. A. Interdisciplinary threshold concepts in engineering
Maresse, S., McKay, J. & Grellier J. Supporting and promoting reflective thinking processes in an undergraduate Medical Imaging program
McCormack, C. A blind spot in higher education research? A call for the explicit use of qualitative survey validation methods
McNaught, K. & McIntyre, F. Using ‘core academic literacy’ course results to create a profile for potentially ‘at risk’ students
McNaught, K. & Beal, E. The NAME Four Factor Model for Engaging Students in Academic Support Services

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Olsson, T. & Roxå, T. A model promoting conceptual change in higher education – an integrated approach

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Paliadelis, P., Stupans, I., Turner, L., Puxty, M., Fagan, A. & Lea, J. Students, faculty and local community health professionals learning together
Pearce, K. Building Community, educational attainment and university aspirations through University-School Mentoring Partnerships
Pollard, V. Connecting research with carnival: Developing critical business education through reflective writing
Prichard, J. Multiple-choice questionnaires and the success of law students: results of a preliminary evaluation

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Sanderson, K. Academic Expatriation: an investigation into the importance of connections when entering expatriate life
Segon, M. & Booth, C. The Connection of Reflective Practice to Management Competency through a Business Simulation
Stratilas, K. & Yong, J. Student engagement: What is stopping our international students from getting it?
Stupans, I. & Orwin, L. How do we connect and engage students, learning in a distance mode, to develop verbal communication skills?
Sutrisno, A., Lisana & Pillay, H. Social ties as key knowledge transfer agents between Indonesian and Australian universities: Perspectives from an Indonesian university
Symons, C., Almberg, L., Goh, E. & McGowan, J. The potency of interdisciplinary collaboration to empower constructive dissenters

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Tran, T. T. Graduate employability: interpretation and expectation
Tucker, B., Pegden, J-A. & Yorke, J. Outcomes and evaluations: Is there a relationship between indicators of student success and student evaluations of learning?

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Winter, R. & O’Donohue, W. Understanding academic identity conflicts in the public university: importance of work ideologies

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Zimitat, C. Plagiarism across the academic disciplines
Zufferey, C. & Wache, D. Connecting with the African-Student Diaspora in Australian Higher Education

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