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Author(s) Title Page Number
Suriati Abas Blogging: A multimodal perspective (Concise)
Powerpoint - Blogging: A multimodal perspective (Concise)
13 – 20
Peter R Albion, Romina Jamieson-Proctor, Glenn Finger Age-related differences in ICT access and confidence among pre-service teachers (Full)
Powerpoint - Age-related differences in ICT access and confidence among pre-service teachers (Full)
21 – 32
Ali Alharbi, Frans Henskens, Michael Hannaford Learning Object Evaluation Metrics Based on Learning Styles Theory (Poster) 33 – 35
Ali Alharbi, David Paul, Frans Henskens, Michael Hannaford An investigation into the learning styles and self-regulated learning strategies for Computer Science students (Full)
Powerpoint - An investigation into the learning styles and self-regulated learning strategies for Computer Science students (Full)
36 – 46
Salem Alkhalaf, Jeremy Nguyen, Anne Nguyen, Steve Drew The potential role of collaborative learning in enhancing e-learning systems: Evidence from Saudi Arabia (Full)
Powerpoint - The potential role of collaborative learning in enhancing e-learning systems: Evidence from Saudi Arabia (Full)
47 – 58
Belinda Allen, Kathryn Coleman The creative graduate: Cultivating and assessing creativity with eportfolios (Full)
Powerpoint - The creative graduate: Cultivating and assessing creativity with eportfolios (Full)
59 – 69
Reem Al-Mahmood Affective encounters and spatial engagements: Pedagogies of desire in e-Learning (Full) 70 – 84
Alan Anderson, Elizabeth Date-Huxtable ICT-assisted multi-campus teaching: Principles and practice to impact equity of experience for students (Full)
Powerpoint - ICT-assisted multi-campus teaching: Principles and practice to impact equity of experience for students (Full)
85 – 92
Alages Andre The iLessonPlan: A lesson planning tool for the 21st century (Full)
Powerpoint - The iLessonPlan: A lesson planning tool for the 21st century (Full)
93 – 105
Martin Andrew, Josie Arnold Collaboration, community, identity: Engaged e-learning and e-teaching in an online writing course (Full) 106 – 117
Trish Andrews, Belinda Tynan Changing student learning preferences: What does this mean for the future of universities? (Full)
Powerpoint - Changing student learning preferences: What does this mean for the future of universities? (Full)
118 – 122
Sivagouri Arunasalam Virtual environment as a collaborative platform to enhance pupils' information literacy skills (Concise)
Powerpoint -Virtual environment as a collaborative platform to enhance pupils' information literacy skills (Concise)
123 – 127
David Ashe, Shaista Bibi

Unpacking TPACK and students' approaches to learning: Applying 'knowledge in pieces' to higher education teaching and learning (Concise)
Powerpoint - Unpacking TPACK and students' approaches to learning: Applying 'knowledge in pieces' to higher education teaching and learning (Concise)

128 – 132
Debra Bath, John Bourke The blending of blended learning: An experiential approach to academic staff development (Concise)
Powerpoint - The blending of blended learning: An experiential approach to academic staff development (Concise)
133 – 138
Susan Batur, Mary Lawson, Oliver Jones Interactive Webinars – the future of teaching and learning online (Poster) 139 – 142
Simon Booth, Susi Peacock, Stephen P. Vickers Plug and play learning application integration using IMS Learning Tools Interoperability (Concise)
Powerpoint -Plug and play learning application integration using IMS Learning Tools Interoperability (Concise)
143 – 147
Sally Borbasi, Jeff Brand, Trisha Matthew, Ron Kordyban, Wai-Leng Wong, Paula Williams, Ian Green, Simon Smith, Allan Carrington iPad-eology in higher education (Symposium) 148 – 149
Matt Bower, Gregor E. Kennedy, Barney Dalgarno, Mark J. W. Lee Uniting on-campus and distributed learners through media-rich synchronous tools: A national project (Concise) 150 – 155
Vivienne Bozalek An investigation into the use of emerging technologies to transform teaching and learning across differently positioned higher education institutions in South Africa (Concise) 156 -161
George Bradford, Ben Kehrwald, Stuart Dinmore A framework for evaluating online learning in an ecology of sustainable innovation (Concise)
Powerpoint -A framework for evaluating online learning in an ecology of sustainable innovation (Concise)
162 – 167
Jeffrey Brand, Shelley Kinash, Trishita Mathew, Ron Kordyban iWant does not equal iWill: Correlates of mobile learning with iPads, e-textbooks, BlackBoard Mobile Learn and a blended learning experience (Full) 168 – 178
Des Breeze, Philippa Buckley, Fiona Gilmore Challenging Perceptions of Blended Learning in an Adverse Learning Context (Poster) 179 – 181
Tania Broadley Engaging in online postgraduate education as means of professional learning (Full) 182 – 193
Mark Brown, Helen Hughes, Natasha Hard, Mike Keppell, Sandi Shillington, et al Lights, camera, action: Gathering experiences of first time distance learners (Concise)
Powerpoint -Lights, camera, action: Gathering experiences of first time distance learners (Concise)
194 – 199
Chris Campbell, Aspa Baroutsis Auditing education courses using the TPACK framework as a preliminary step to enhancing ICTs (Concise) 200 – 204
Helen Carter, James Meek, Vanessa Warren Changing practice: Does the LMS matter? (Concise) 205 – 209
Srinivas Chemboli, Clive Boughton Contextual course design with omnispective analysis and reasoning (Full) 210 – 219
Merilyn Child, Mike Keppell, Mark Brown, Carole Hunter, Natasha Hard, et al. Fostering institutional change through learning leadership – a study of stories of adaptation in blended and flexible learning and distance education. (Concise) 220 – 226
Doris Choy, Angela F.L. Wong, Seng Chee Tan Singapore student teachers' intentions and practices in integrating technology in their teaching (Concise)
Powerpoint -Singapore student teachers' intentions and practices in integrating technology in their teaching (Concise)
227 – 233
Michael Christie, Ramon Jurado Garrote Lecturer engagement in the use of interactive tools in learning management systems. A Swedish case study. (Concise) 234 – 238
Valeri Chukhlomin 'Because I said so': A teacher-centred approach as a scaffolding technique to accommodate international distance learners in a student-centred environment (Concise) 239 – 243
John Clayton, Richard Elliott The CAT amongst the pigeons: A reflective framework approach to personalised professional development in open, flexible and networked learning (Concise) 244 – 249
Thomas Cochrane mLearning: Why? What? Where? How? (Full) 250 – 262
Meg Colasante Nicola Building Virtual Tour; considering simulation in the equity of experience concept (Concise) 263 – 268
Stephen Colbran Evaluation of alternative feedback mechanisms on student engagement with assessment feedback (Concise) 269 – 274
Stephen Colbran, Michael Garner ReMarksPDF – Advanced Electronic Assessment Feedback (Poster) 275 – 277
Roger Cook, Natasha Giardina Going live: Building academic capacity in blended learning using web-conferencing technologies (Concise)
Powerpoint -Going live: Building academic capacity in blended learning using web-conferencing technologies (Concise)
278 – 288
Linda Corrin Exploring medical students' use of technology (Concise) 289 – 294
Linda Creanor Scholarship, leadership and technology: A case study of embedding evidence-based practice (Full)
Powerpoint - Scholarship, leadership and technology: A case study of embedding evidence-based practice (Full)
295 – 306
Rachel Crease, Bob Pymm, Lyn Hay Bridging the gap – engaging distance education students in a virtual world (Concise)
Powerpoint - Bridging the gap – engaging distance education students in a virtual world (Concise)
307 – 313
Barney Dalgarno, Gregor Kennedy, Helen Farley, Mark J. W. Lee Unresolved issues about 'authentic' online learning: Interpretations, assumptions and challenges (Symposium) 314 – 315
Barney Dalgarno, Mark J. W. Lee, Lauren Carlson, Sue Gregory, Belinda Tynan Institutional support for and barriers to the use of 3D immersive virtual worlds in higher education (Full)
Powerpoint - Institutional support for and barriers to the use of 3D immersive virtual worlds in higher education (Full)
316 – 330
Ashwini K Datt, Trudi J Aspden Leveraging technology for engaging learning design (Full) 331 – 341
Lance Deveson Database of Research on Distance Education (Poster) 342 – 344
Stuart Dinmore, Ben Kehrwald, George Bradford Embedding an ePortfolio system at a programmatic level (Concise) 345 – 351
Shanti Divaharan Learning new technology tools in pre-service teacher education: A model for instructional approach (Full)
Powerpoint - Learning new technology tools in pre-service teacher education: A model for instructional approach (Full)
352 – 363
Iain Doherty, Michelle Honey, Lisa Stewart Locating Technology Innovation within the Scholarship of Teaching (Poster) 364 – 366
Sean Dolan Grounding the curriculum (Concise)
Powerpoint - Grounding the curriculum (Concise)
367 – 373
Richard Evans, Anne Matthew Stop lecturing me, I want to learn (Concise) 374 – 380
Helen Farley Recent developments in virtual worlds and their potential impact on their use in higher education (Concise)
Powerpoint - Recent developments in virtual worlds and their potential impact on their use in higher education (Concise)
381 – 385
Edward Flagg, Diana Ayling Teacher engagement in a Web 2.0 world: Developing your online teaching and learning Community of Practice (Concise) 386 – 391
Lorraine Fleckhammer, Lisa Wise The role of tutors in facilitating online student engagement (Concise) 392 – 397
Andrew E. Fluck, Adam Fox Engaging training simulations for socially demanding roles (Full)
Powerpoint - Engaging training simulations for socially demanding roles (Full)
398 – 406
Lynnette Flynn, David Prescott, Harriet Ridolfo, Wilma Pfitzner In search of 'graduateness': Reframing equity of student experience, a transformational approach (Poster) 407 – 409
Vilma Galstaun, Shannon Kennedy-Clark, Lina Markauskaite, Peter Goodyear, Shaista Bibi Teaching teachers for the future: Exploring the different interpretations, applications and experiences of TPACK (Symposium) 410 – 411
Michael Garrett, Mark McMahon Exploring the use of audio-visual feedback within 3D virtual environments to provide complex sensory cues for scenario-based learning (Full) 412 – 422
Philippa Gerbic, Lyn Lewis, Norasieh Md Amin Student perspectives of eportfolios: Change over four semesters (Full)
Powerpoint- Student perspectives of eportfolios: Change over four semesters (Full)
423 – 436
Nazanin Ghodrati, Paul Gruba The role of asynchronous discussion forums in the development of collaborative critical thinking (Full) 437 -451
Joyce Gikandi Achieving meaningful online learning through effective formative assessment (Poster) 452 – 454
Voula Gkatzidou, Elaine Pearson A community approach to the development of widgets to support personalised learning for disabled students (Full) 455 – 466
Elizabeth Greener, Anne Matthew, Natasha Giardina, Shannon Johnston, Roger Cook, Richard Evans What's the big idea? Changing demands and effective use of technology – how do we capture and disseminate good ideas and how do we then facilitate effective change in learning and teaching practice? (Symposium) 467 -468
Steve Greenland Using log data to investigate the impact of (a)synchronous learning tools on LMS interaction (Concise)
Powerpoint - Using log data to investigate the impact of (a)synchronous learning tools on LMS interaction (Concise)
469 – 474
Brent Gregory, Sue Gregory, Denise Wood, Yvonne Masters, Mathew Hillier, et al.

How are Australian higher education institutions contributing to change through innovative teaching and learning in virtual worlds? (Full)
Powerpoint - How are Australian higher education institutions contributing to change through innovative teaching and learning in virtual worlds? (Full)

475 – 490
Sue Gregory, Barney Dalgarno, Matthew Campbell, Torsten Reiners, Vicki Knox, et al. Changing directions through VirtualPREX: Engaging pre-service teachers in virtual professional experience (Full)
Powerpoint - Changing directions through VirtualPREX: Engaging pre-service teachers in virtual professional experience (Full)
491 – 501
Sue Gregory, Scott Diener, Denise Wood, Brent Gregory, Suku Sinnappan, Lisa Jacka Myth busting education in a virtual world – changing demands and directions (Symposium)
Powerpoint - Myth busting education in a virtual world – changing demands and directions (Symposium)
502 – 503
Maree Gosper, Janne Malfroy, Jo McKenzie, Lynnae Rankine Students' engagement with technologies: Implications for university practice (Concise)
Powerpoint - Students' engagement with technologies: Implications for university practice (Concise)
504 – 508
Cathy Gunn Sustaining elearning innovations (Full) 509 – 519
Cathy Gunn, Philip Uys From funded project to sustainable product: Elearning innovations in transition (Symposium) 520 – 521
Seri Rahayu Hamid Teachers' Beliefs and Use of ICTs in Malaysian Smart Schools: a case study (Poster) 522 – 525
Suraya Hamid, Jenny Waycott, Shanton Chang, Sherah Kurnia Appropriating Online Social Networking (OSN) activities for higher education: Two Malaysian cases (Full) 526 – 538
Amal Hanna, Denise Wood Bridging the gap between OER initiative objectives and OER user needs in higher education (Full) 539 – 556
John Hannon, David Hirst, Matthew Riddle Implementing e-learning: A migration story (Concise)
Powerpoint - Implementing e-learning: A migration story (Concise)
557 – 561
Mat Hardy, Sally Totman Should we teach an old game new tricks? (Full)
Powerpoint - Should we teach an old game new tricks? (Full)
562 – 570
Merle Hearns, Scott Diener, Michelle Honey, Judy Cockeram, David Parsons, et al.

He ara hou ka tū mai: NZ institutions of higher learning unpacking demands and facilitating change (Concise)
Powerpoint - He ara hou ka tū mai: NZ institutions of higher learning unpacking demands and facilitating change (Concise)

571 – 579
Bronwyn Hegarty Is reflective writing an enigma? Can preparing evidence for an electronic portfolio develop skills for reflective practice? (Full) 580 – 593
Jan Herrington, Thomas C Reeves Using design principles to improve pedagogical practice and promote student engagement (Full) 594 – 601
Dale Holt, Stuart Palmer, Mary Dracup Leading an evidence-based, multi-stakeholder approach to evaluating the implementation of a new online learning environment: An Australian institutional case study (Full)
Powerpoint -
Leading an evidence-based, multi-stakeholder approach to evaluating the implementation of a new online learning environment: An Australian institutional case study (Full)
602 – 612
Dale Holt, Stuart Palmer, Judy Munro, James Quealy, Ian Solomonides, Maree Gosper, Margaret Hicks, Michael Sankey, Amgad Louka, Robert Hollenbeck Evidencing the development of distributed leadership capacity in the quality management of online learning environments (OLEs) in Australian higher education (Poster) 613 – 615
Mareena Ilyas, Oriel Kelly Let's talk – providing virtual ESL learning support from a distance (Concise)
Powerpoint -Let's talk – providing virtual ESL learning support from a distance (Concise)
616 – 621
Lisa Jacka, Sue Gregory, Frederick Stokes-Thompson Lindy McKeown Orwin, Helen Farley, Allan Ellis, Scott Grant, Merle Hearns Changing worlds: Virtual worlds for higher degree research, supervision and networking (Symposium)
Powerpoint - Changing worlds: Virtual worlds for higher degree research, supervision and networking (Symposium)
622 – 623
Patrick James, Diana Quinn, Brenton Dansie Re-engineering for Australia's engineering skill shortage (Concise) 624 – 629
Tom Jeavons, George Kotsanas, Judith Rochecouste Can Tablet presented lectures promote engagement of first year bioscience students in lecture note-taking? (Poster) 630 – 632
Claudette John, Ian Jenkins Adoption of web and mobility technologies in a multicultural population of hospitality and leisure students: Search for empirical evidence (Full) 633 – 642
Genevieve Marie Johnson, Tania Broadley Learning style and digital activity: An ecological study (Full)
Powerpoint - Learning style and digital activity: An ecological study (Full)
643 – 656
Hazel Jones Encouraging effective online discussions – a description of an evolving C2MP project (Poster) 657 – 659
Terry Judd, Kristine Elliott, Geoff McColl Integrating bioscience and clinical learning through technology (Concise)
Powerpoint - Integrating bioscience and clinical learning through technology (Concise)
660 – 664
Sophie Karanicolas, Ian Green, Craig Willis, Catherine Snelling Changing spaces: using technologies to enhance student and teacher engagement through effective pre-lecture engagement (EPLE) (Concise)
Powerpoint- Changing spaces: using technologies to enhance student and teacher engagement through effective pre-lecture engagement (EPLE) (Concise)
665 – 670
Benjamin Kehrwald, Peter Rawlins, Mary Simpson Learner experiences of online learning in a blended learning situation: Different cohorts, different needs (Concise) 671 – 676
Jacqui Kelly, Kuki Singh, Judy Schrape Wins and hurdles: The ups and downs in providing professional development in elearning (Full)
Powerpoint - Wins and hurdles: The ups and downs in providing professional development in elearning (Full)
677 – 687
Gregor Kennedy, Deb Jones, Dianne Chambers, Jon Peacock Understanding the reasons academics use – and don't use – endorsed and unendorsed learning technologies (Full) 688 – 701
Shannon Kennedy-Clark, Vilma Galstaun, Kate Anderson Using game-based inquiry learning to meet the changing directions of science education (Full) 702 – 714
Thomas Kerr, Dean Groom Paper, Rock, Shotgun? Moving immersive online games from DEstructive to CONstructive (Poster) 715 – 717
Muqeem Khan, Penny de Byl Preserving our past with toys of the future (Full) 718 – 728
Chris Kilham An evidence based approach to evaluation: A case study of the Positive Partnerships web space (Concise) 729 – 734
Joyce Hwee Ling Koh, Chai Ching Sing Modeling pre-service teachers' technological pedagogical content knowledge (TPACK) perceptions: The influence of demographic factors and TPACK constructs (Full) 735 – 746
Kwok-Wing Lai Using collaborative peer feedback and supervision to support doctoral research at a distance (Full)
Powerpoint - Using collaborative peer feedback and supervision to support doctoral research at a distance (Full)
747 – 757
Paul Lam, Morris Kwok, Kevin Wong Support and promotion of mobile learning strategies (Concise)
Powerpoint - Support and promotion of mobile learning strategies (Concise)
758 – 762
Shun Leung Lam, Kevin Wong, Joseph Mohan, Dongyan Xu, Paul Lam Classroom communication on mobile phones – first experiences with web-based 'clicker' system (Full)
Powerpoint - Classroom communication on mobile phones – first experiences with web-based 'clicker' system (Full)
763 – 777
Lee Lai Har Judy, Seng-Chee Tan Negotiating the twin goals of student learning and teacher learning in a professional learning team (Full) 778 – 791
Amanda B Lees The emergence of educational technologies in ethics education: Exploring the Values Exchange decision making software (Concise)
Powerpoint - The emergence of educational technologies in ethics education: Exploring the Values Exchange decision making software (Concise)
732 – 798
Tim Lever, Richard Gluga, Judy Kay Working from the evidence of prior art and experience in curriculum database development (Full)
Powerpoint- Working from the evidence of prior art and experience in curriculum database development (Full)
799 – 809
Siew Khiaw Lim, Lee Yong Tay, Cher Ping Lim A discussion of the factors affecting the implementation of one-to-one computing learning environment in a primary school (Concise) 810 – 815
Birgit Loch, Catherine McLoughlin An instructional design model for screencasting: Engaging students in self-regulated learning (Concise) 816 – 821
Jason Lodge What if student attrition was treated like an illness? An epidemiological model for learning analytics (Poster) 822 – 825
Andrew Lovell-Simons, Sharon Kerr E-books – a key to greater accessibility (Poster) 826 – 828
Julie Mackey, Des Breeze, Philippa Buckley, Nicki Dabner, Fiona Gilmore Riding the seismic waves: Re-blending teacher education in response to changing demands (Full) 829 – 839
Lina Markauskaite, Rob Phillips, Jan Herrington, Peter Reimann, Shannon Kennedy-Clark, Kate Thompson, Vilaythong Southavilay ICT as learning media and research instrument: What eResearch can offer for those who research eLearning? – (Symposium) 840 – 841
Greg McLean, Lisa Wise, Benedict Williams A perceptual training module for pilot instrument scans (Concise) 842 – 846
Catherine McLoughlin Reinventing the 21st century educator: Social media to engage and support the professional learning of teachers (Concise) 847 – 851
Mark McMahon Managing large E-learning development initiatives: Lessons learnt from the Australian Flexible Learning Toolbox Project (Concise) 852 – 856
Cathi McMullen Developing critical perspectives in a media saturated world: Using digital video clips to shape learning in marketing (Concise) 857 – 861
Margot McNeill, Andrew Cram Evaluating E-portfolios for university learning: Challenges and opportunities (Full)
Powerpoint- Evaluating E-portfolios for university learning: Challenges and opportunities (Full)
862 – 873
Antoine Monti, Susan Tull, Alan Hoskin Engagement at the epicentre (Concise)
Powerpoint- Engagement at the epicentre (Concise)
874 – 879
Lynette Nagel, Seugnet Blignaut, Johannes Cronjé The surprising truth about how metaphor motivates e-learners (Full)
Powerpoint- The surprising truth about how metaphor motivates e-learners (Full)
880 – 890
Vickel Narayan Learner-generated content as a pedagogical change agent (Full) 891 – 903
Maria Northcote, Jack Seddon, Philip Brown Benchmark yourself: Self-reflecting about online teaching (Concise)
Powerpoint- Benchmark yourself: Self-reflecting about online teaching (Concise)
904 – 908
Sheena O'Hare The role of the tutor in online learning (Full)
Powerpoint- The role of the tutor in online learning (Full)
909 – 918
James D. Oldfield, Thomas Cochrane Equipping lecturers for the iRevolution (Full) 919 – 929
Martin Olmos, Linda Corrin Academic analytics in a medical curriculum: Enabling educational excellence (Full) 930 – 941
Ian Olney Multidiscipline multi technologies: How can technology support allied health students from multiple disciplines increase their access to clinical training? (Concise) 942 – 946
Linda Osman-Schlegel, Gail Fluker, Sin Tie Cheng Working collaboratively in a group assignment using a Mediawiki for an architecture and construction management undergraduate (Full)
Powerpoint - Working collaboratively in a group assignment using a Mediawiki for an architecture and construction management undergraduate (Full)
947 – 957
Hazel Owen

Changing minds and transforming professional development...virtually (Concise)
Prezzi - changing minds and transforming professional development...virtually (Concise)

958 – 962
Stuart Palmer An institutional study of the influence of 'onlineness' on student evaluation of teaching in a dual mode Australian university (Full)
Powerpoint- An institutional study of the influence of 'onlineness' on student evaluation of teaching in a dual mode Australian university (Full)
963 – 973
George Papadopoulos, Elaine Pearson, Steve Green Tutor Accessibility Support Kit (TASK): A suite of staff development resources for inclusive online learning design (Full) 974 – 988
Martin L Parisio Engaging students in learning through online discussion: A phenomenographic study (Concise)
Powerpoint- Engaging students in learning through online discussion: A phenomenographic study (Concise)
989 – 993
Rob Phillips Towards a University Educational Framework (Poster) 994 – 996
Rob Phillips, Dorit Maor, Wendy Cumming-Potvin, Pauline Roberts, Jan Herrington, et al. Learning analytics and study behaviour: A pilot study (Full) 997 – 1007
Catherine Pocknee, Julie Mulvany, Mark Schier Reform, quality agendas and professional development: Reflections on engaging academics in technology and change (Concise)
Powerpoint - Reform, quality agendas and professional development: Reflections on engaging academics in technology and change (Concise
1008 – 1014
Alison Poot, Lilian Austin The Personal Learning Space – technology enabling engaging pedagogy (Concise) 1015 – 1020
Gabriella Pretto Pedagogy and learning spaces in IT (Full) 1021 – 1031
Jenna Price That's what friends are for: Creating an online community of, and for, first year students to increase retention (Concise)
Powerpoint - That's what friends are for: Creating an online community of, and for, first year students to increase retention (Concise)
1032 – 1038
Diana Quinn, Yousef Amer, Anne Lonie, Kim Blackmore, Lauren Kane, et al. Leading change: Applying change management approaches to engage students in blended learning (Full)
Powerpoint- Leading change: Applying change management approaches to engage students in blended learning (Full)
1039 – 1049
Petrea Redmond From face-to-face teaching to online teaching: Pedagogical transitions (Full)
Powerpoint- From face-to-face teaching to online teaching: Pedagogical transitions (Full)
1050 – 1060
Alison Reedy Equity in a digital world: Engaging Indigenous learners (Full)
Powerpoint-Equity in a digital world: Engaging Indigenous learners (Full)
1061 – 1074
Shirley Reushle ascilite community mentoring program and collaborative community mentoring program: When I succeed, we succeed (Symposium)
Powerpoint - ascilite community mentoring program and collaborative community mentoring program: When I succeed, we succeed (Symposium)
1075 – 1076
Shirley Reushle Collaborative Community Mentoring Program (C²MP) – Addressing the changing demands of a professional community of learners through engaging digital networks (Concise)
Powerpoint -Collaborative Community Mentoring Program (C²MP) – Addressing the changing demands of a professional community of learners through engaging digital networks (Concise)
1077 – 1082
Jorge Reyna Digital Teaching and Learning Ecosystem (DTLE): A theoretical approach for online learning environments (Concise) 1083 – 1088
Arianne Jennifer Rourke, Kathryn S. Coleman Authentic assessment in elearning: Reflective and Collaborative writing in the arts (Concise)
Prezzi - Authentic assessment in elearning: Reflective and Collaborative writing in the arts (Concise)
1089 – 1095
Carol Russell, John Paul Posada Mix and match: m/e-learning and engineering curriculum (Full)
Powerpoint - Mix and match: m/e-learning and engineering curriculum (Full)
1096 – 1106
Yoni Ryan, Leone Hinton, Andrea Lamont Mills The impact of learning technologies on workload (Symposium)
Powerpoint - The impact of learning technologies on workload (Symposium)
1107 – 1108
Judyth Sachs, Maree Gosper Blueprint for the future: A project to ensure effective, equitable and engaging use of learning technologies (Concise)
Powerpoint - Blueprint for the future: A project to ensure effective, equitable and engaging use of learning technologies (Concise)
1109 – 1114
Nauman Saeed, Suku Sinnappan Adoption of Twitter in higher education – a pilot study (Concise)
Powerpoint - Adoption of Twitter in higher education – a pilot study (Concise)
1115 – 1120
Michael Sankey, Mark Brown, Philip Uys 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) 1121 – 1122
Sukunesan Sinnappan, Samar Zutshi Using Microblogging to facilitate Community of Inquiry: An Australian tertiary experience (Full)
Powerpoint- Using Microblogging to facilitate Community of Inquiry: An Australian tertiary experience (Full)
1123 – 1135
Lou Siragusa Determining higher education student attitudes towards engaging with online academic writing skills programs (Full)
Powerpoint- Determining higher education student attitudes towards engaging with online academic writing skills programs (Full)
1136 – 1146
Fran Skilton, Penny Dugmore Start me up! Equity & engagement using e-learning (Poster) 1147 – 1150
Simon Smith, Eleanor Peirce, Mario Ricci Equity in group work methodologies (Concise)
Powerpoint - Equity in group work methodologies (Concise)
1151 – 1156
Simon So Beyond the simple codes: QR codes in education (Concise) 1157 – 1162
Natalie Spence Why should I use this? Adopting a social network site in tertiary education (Concise)
Powerpoint - Why should I use this? Adopting a social network site in tertiary education (Concise)
1163 – 1166
Maria Spies Engaging the online learner: Student reactions to the use of audio podcasts in off campus courses (Full)
Powerpoint -Engaging the online learner: Student reactions to the use of audio podcasts in off campus courses (Full)
1167 – 1177
Caroline Steel, Cathy Gunn A portrait of evaluation studies of learning technology innovations 2005-2010: Addressing the elephant in the room (Concise)
Powerpoint - A portrait of evaluation studies of learning technology innovations 2005-2010: Addressing the elephant in the room (Concise)
1178 – 1183
Sandra Stewart, Carole Hunter Working together – the benefits of student-staff partnerships in supporting moves towards personal learning (Concise) 1184 – 1189
Frederick Stokes-Thompson, Denise Wood, Sheila Scutter Facilitating the ability of graduates to articulate their employability skills through the use of a 3D virtual learning environment (Full)
Powerpoint - Facilitating the ability of graduates to articulate their employability skills through the use of a 3D virtual learning environment (Full)
1190 – 1200
Scott Symonds, Andrew Rowatt, Andrew Jamieson, Gina Salapata, Susan Abasa, Sita Venkateswar 21C to 700 B.C in a swipe: The Classics meet iPad (Poster) 1201 – 1203
Seng-Chee Tan, Ong Kian-Keong Aloysius Distributed leadership for integration of information and communication technology (ICT) in schools (Full)
Powerpoint -Distributed leadership for integration of information and communication technology (ICT) in schools (Full)
1204 – 1214
Miriam Tanti, Leonne Cameron One-to-one computing: Considerations and issues for the higher education sector (Concise)
Powerpoint- One-to-one computing: Considerations and issues for the higher education sector (Concise)
1215 – 1220
Lee Yong Tay, Siew Khiaw Lim, Cher Ping Lim Technological pedagogical differences in the teaching of English and Mathematics in a primary school (Concise) 1221 – 1226
Abdellatif Tchantchane, Pauline Carolyne Fortes A multivariate survey analysis: Evaluation of technology integration in teaching Statistics (Full) 1227 – 1238
Donna Teague, Malcolm Corney Is anybody there? Bootstrapping attendance with engagement (Concise) 1239 – 1243
Sarah Thorneycroft Englishmen in New York: Redefining academic publishing in digital spaces (Full) 1244 – 1249
Susan Tull Online community engagement through simplicity, relevance and connection (Concise)
Powerpoint- Online community engagement through simplicity, relevance and connection (Concise)
1250 – 1254
Philip Uys, Barney Dalgarno, Lauren Carlson, Andrea Crampton, Jacquie Tinkler A 2010 snapshot of educational technology use by teaching staff of Charles Sturt University (Full)
Powerpoint - A 2010 snapshot of educational technology use by teaching staff of Charles Sturt University (Full)
1255 – 1269
Lyndon Walker My teacher is an Android: Engaging learners through an Android application (Concise)
Prezzi - My teacher is an Android: Engaging learners through an Android application (Concise)
1270 – 1274
Robyn Walker, Mark Brown, Chris Moore, Helen Hughes The move to Moodle: Perspective of academics in a College of Business (Concise)
Powerpoint - The move to Moodle: Perspective of academics in a College of Business (Concise)
1275 – 1280
Debbi Weaver, Sue Kokonis An integrated faculty model for engaging staff with online and blended learning (Concise)
Powerpoint -An integrated faculty model for engaging staff with online and blended learning (Concise)
1281 – 1285
Nicola Westberry Using insider research to study teacher engagement with video conferencing in first-year classes (Concise)
Powerpoint - Using insider research to study teacher engagement with video conferencing in first-year classes (Concise)
1286 – 1292
Linda Weterman, Oriel Kelly Building blended delivery capability in vocational educators: creating sustainability through scaffolding (Concise)
Powerpoint - Building blended delivery capability in vocational educators: creating sustainability through scaffolding (Concise)
1293 – 1297
Eugene Willems, Julie Willems Interactive white(board) elephants: A case of change mismanagement (Concise) 1298 – 1304
Julie Willems Equity: A key benchmark for students and staff in an era of changing demands, changing directions (Full) 1305 – 1318
Julie Willems i-Survive Project: Investigating the use of Internet-enabled mobile phones and social networking in disasters and emergencies (Poster) 1319 – 1321
Julie Willems, Debra Bateman The potentials and pitfalls of social networking sites such as Facebook in higher education contexts (Poster) 1322 – 1324
Paula Williams, Wai-Leng Wong, Helen Webb, Sally Borbasi Mobile technologies in the field: iPads – rescuer or rescuee? (Concise) 1325 – 1331
Lisa Wise, Jason Skues, Benedict Williams Facebook in higher education promotes social but not academic engagement (Full)
Powerpoint - Facebook in higher education promotes social but not academic engagement (Full)
1332 – 1342
Kevin Wong, Ching Liong, Zhi-Xiu Lin, Michael Lower, Paul Lam EBooks as teaching strategy – preliminary investigation (Full)
Powerpoint - EBooks as teaching strategy – preliminary investigation (Full)
1343 – 1352
Carolyn Woodley, Lisa Curran Global English Corner: International conversations through Elluminate and WordPress (Full)
Powerpoint - Global English Corner: International conversations through Elluminate and WordPress (Full)
1353 – 1362
Heru Xue, William W Guo A rationalised curriculum of computer education for university students in natural sciences in China (Poster) 1363 – 1366
Andrew Yardy, Elizabeth Date-Huxtable Recommendations for enhancing the quality of flexible online support for online teachers (Concise)
Powerpoint - Recommendations for enhancing the quality of flexible online support for online teachers (Concise)
1367 – 1371
Lye Sze Yee Use of asynchronous online discussion for 9 year-old pupils in a science classroom (Concise)
Powerpoint- Use of asynchronous online discussion for 9 year-old pupils in a science classroom (Concise)
1372 – 1376
Soon-ja Yeom Augmented reality for learning Anatomy(Concise)
Powerpoint - Augmented reality for learning Anatomy(Concise)
1377 – 1383

© 2011 The University of Tasmania, ascilite and the authors of individual articles.
Proceedings Editors: G. Williams, P. Statham, N. Brown & B. Cleland

ISBN Proceedings USB: 978-1-86295-644-5
published by the University of Tasmania

Key Dates

4 - 7 December 2011
Conference