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Flexible Learning for a Flexible Society

ASET-HERDSA Conference 2000
University of Southern Queensland, Toowoomba,
Sunday 2 July to Wednesday 5 July, 2000.

Abstracts - Theme: Changing learning contexts

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Peter AlbionDeveloping interactive multimedia using a problem based learning framework
Trish Andrews and Terrie FermanThe flexible learning experience - how good is it really?
Thomas A AngeloFostering critical thinking across the curriculum: Practical, research based strategies for defining objectives, teaching, and assessment
Christine Asmar'We need to go beyond the course because for us it's a way of life': Findings from a national study of Muslim students
Alison Bartlett and Gina MercerPostgraduate supervision: Enabling narratives
Joan BenjaminHow do university teachers apply scholarship to their teaching practice?
Robyn Benson and Debra KiegaldieBecoming flexible: Resolving the paradox of teacher directed student centred learning
Peter BlakeyThe deserted teaching space: Educational technology and the human interface - A personal reflection
Gillian Boulton-Lewis, Lynn Wilss and David LewisConceptions of formal learning: Changes and developing awareness for indigenous university students
Carol Bowie, Peter Taylor and Craig ZimitatEvaluating the university wide adoption of flexible learning practices
Carol Bowie, Peter Taylor, Craig Zimitat, Gordon Joughin and Brad YoungUsing online course portfolios for assessment and learning in the Graduate Certificate in Flexible Learning
Allison BrownLearning from experience: Dealing with the realities of a campus wide flexible learning innovation
Joanne BrownleeBeliefs about knowing in pre-service teacher education students
R N ButtsworthProblems and solutions in Mathematical education - a spectrum extremity
K C Chu and Dennis LeungGaining practical skills through scenario based learning
Linda Conrad, Trish Johnston and Paul RamsdenContexts for postgraduate student learning
Alan Davies, Bob Dick, Stewart Hase, Shankar Sankaran, Mike Gloster and Richard KwokProblem based learning with academic accreditation: A flexible postgraduate program for managers and practitioners using action research at the workplace
John Dekkers and Trish AndrewsA meta-analysis of flexible delivery policies in selected Australian tertiary institutions: How flexible is flexible delivery?
Aruna DeoEvaluating three approaches to flexible delivery in the university classroom
Carmel Diezmann and Nicola YellandFlexible delivery versus face to face delivery of a pre-service Mathematics education curriculum unit
Anne Ditcher and Sally HunterThe instrumental student: A changing problem?
Angela R Dobele and Megan GraysonNew environments for learning: Encouraging students to learn from doing
Michael Docherty and Allison BrownStudio based teaching in Information Technology
Margot Duncan and John LidstoneSupporting self directed learning in hypermedia contexts: A designer's perspective
Tessa DunseathChallenge and change in medical education
Cath Ellis, Alisa Percy and Gerry TurcotteBuilding online essay writing support tools
Robert A EllisImproving student writing processes using technically supported flexible strategies
Ruth Ethell, Susan Sandretto and Chris HeathFilling a gap in research on teaching in higher education
Hashem FardaneshMisplaced epistemologies and teaching methods
John FitzsimmonsPlugging the classroom in to the web: A question of resources or will?
Hilton J FransmanTranscending the teaching versus research debate: Embracing an expanded view of scholarship
Mark Freeman and Jo McKenzieSelf and peer assessment of student contributions to group work: Designing, implementing and evaluating a confidential web based system
Allan E GoodyIncorporating service learning into your academic programme
Lewis GrattonUsing online fora to foster communication and reflective practice for students on practicum
John Green A fresh approach to the use of video in the preservice teacher education context
Rhonda HallettDeveloping new contexts for learning through partnerships: Implications for new approaches to the development of university award programs
Steve Hansen and Graeme SalterThe take up of web technology: Promoting changes in teaching staff and in the institution
Nancy HuntSupporting on campus instruction via the WWW: A three year review of a flexible learning initiative
Deborah Ingram and Maria NorthcoteInterface design for better learning: How to minimise navigational problems and impenetrable screen design in online learning environments
Nick JamesHow can flexible delivery enhance the facilitation of a critical understanding of law?
Peter JamiesonPlace matters: The design and development of on campus teaching and learning facilities
Peter Jamieson, Angela Carbone, Kathy Lynch, Martin Atchison and David ArnottIntroducing a studio based learning environment into Information Technology
Cathy JenkinsThe online forum as flexible assessment: Gender differences in participation
Anne Jobling and Karen B MoniInterdisciplinary approaches to providing authentic teaching and learning contexts for secondary pre-service teachers in English and Special Needs curriculum areas
Lesley Jolly, Peter Kelly, Peter Newcombe and Sylvie TourignyBuilding Behavioural Studies: Flexible curriculum design and pedagogy in process
Lesley Jolly and David RadcliffeReflexivity and hegemony: Changing engineers
Jeremy Keens and Alistair InglisFirst year students' attitude to online discussion
Ursula Kellett, Diane Collins, Jacqui McLean and Lorraine VenturatoChanging learning contexts: Meeting the educational needs of community nurses caring for older people with Alzheimer's disease and their families
John W ListonThe pedagogy of interactive models
Lisa Lobry de Bruyn and Julian PriorChanging student learning focus in natural resource management education - Problems (and some solutions) with using Problem Based Learning
Doune Macdonald and Geoff IsaacsProblem based learning in a final year subject: Developing a professional identity
Martin Maguire and Des MatejkaOnline delivery: Making the rough road smooth
Mary Jane Mahony, Colleen Mulavey-O'Byrne, Joy Higgs and Fran EveringhamMultiple dimensions of flexibility in health sciences professional preparation programs: Challenges for curriculum development and organizational change
Pam Malcolm and Carol SherryWe know what you did last summer: The summer school experience
Catherine ManathungaA blueprint for change: Introducing flexible delivery into teacher education
Debra ManningTraps for new players: The challenges of shifting to flexible learning
Olivera Marjanovic and Maria E OrlowskaFlex-Ed - workflow enabled flexible learning
Des Matejka and Martin MaguireA responsive conceptual framework for effective online delivery
Iain McAlpineMultimedia design using problem based learning for Pasture Management
Catherine McLoughlin and Barbara McCartney24 by 7 - The acquisition of generic skills for the new millennium
Rosemary MillarIntroducing flexible learning into a traditional teaching regime
David Murphy, Graham Webb, Peter Jamieson and Helen EdwardsBecoming flexible: Changing academic staff development
David NettelbeckUsing IT to enrich the learning experiences of secondary English students
Mary Oliver, Andy Koronios, Som Naidu and Kathy StricklandEvaluation of an interactive multimedia learning environment designed to enable graduate nurses to think critically on clinical decision making: A case based reasoning architecture
Jane Paterson and Trish AndrewsLearning from delivering nutrition subjects in new and flexible tertiary teaching and learning environments
Cecil A L Pearson, and S R ChatterjeeDeveloping teaching environments for self regulated learners: A longitudinal assessment with international students
Cec Pedersen and Rod St HillMeeting the challenges of learner diversity : Applying modal preference and learning needs to adult learning
Beth Pengelly'Mastering' theory: A paradox in women's studies classrooms?
Connie PriceSelf directed learning characteristics of Physiotherapy students
Peter RadloffFlexible learning can be achieved only by controlling the total learning environment specific to each discipline
Ian C ReidA university goes online: Avoiding throwing the innovative baby out with the strategic bath water
Ian C Reid and Andrew WelchEvaluation goes online - what are the issues?
Louisa RemediosExamining the classroom culture of problem based learning
Lesley RichardsonIntroducing open learning technologies into the rural school
Valerie Richardson, Belinda Fentiman, Robyn Nash, Pamela Lemcke and Jennifer VakararawaThe Clinical Education Unit: An enhanced learning context for undergraduate Nursing students
Josephine RyanModelling explored
Graeme Salter and Steve HansenFacilitating web based staff development in higher education
Graeme Salter, Phil Nanlohy and Steve HansenOnline discussion groups: Strategies to enhance participation and collaboration
Judy Sheard, Margot Postema, Selby MarkhamResource rich learning environments: Students' valuations of resources within courses
Calvin Smith, Geoff Isaacs, Alan Holzl and Kathy RoulstonThe first cohort at a new campus: Who are they? Why are they here? Where are they going? What do they bring?
Lynda J Thater and Neville RichterRedesigning skill based IT subjects for the 21st century
Gerald TindalProviding access to students with learning disabilities: Using technology to transform teaching and learning environments
Juhani E TuovinenImplications of discovery learning research for the design of flexible learning
Alison R ViskovicStudents' attitudes to using forms of online learning support
Ian Woodward, Angela Coco, Kirstyn Shaw and Andrew PeakeGames people play
Nicola Yelland and Jennifer MastersChanging contexts with technology: Creating computer based resources for learning

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