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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.

Conference Proceedings Contents

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Keynote Papers
Susan JohnstonLeading from the front or pushing from behind? - Supporting institutional change for flexible learning1-9
Ron OliverDeveloping and sustaining technology-based learning in higher education: The way ahead10-19
Conference Papers
Moya Adams and Catherine RytmeisterBeginning the academic career: How can it best be supported in the changing university climate?**20-29
Peter AlbionDeveloping interactive multimedia using a problem-based learning framework30-38
Trish Andrews and Terrie FermanThe flexible learning experience - how good is it really? 39-45
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 [non-refereed]------
Roger Atkinson and Clare McBeathElectronic journals and proceedings: Is there a future for small publishers?46-58
Robyn Benson and Debra KiegaldieBecoming flexible: Resolving the paradox of teacher-directed student-centred learning59-68
Barbara Black, Robert Cannon and Owen HicksThe missing link: Developing the nexus between student feedback surveys and development for teachers69-74
Peter Blakey'The Deserted Teaching Space': Educational technology and the human interface - a personal reflection [non-refereed]------
Joanne BrownleeBeliefs about knowing in pre-service teacher education students75-82
Melissa Bull, Lesley Jolly, Peter Kelly, Peter Newcombe and Sylvie TourignyBuilding Behavioural Studies: Flexible curriculum design and pedagogy in progress83-88
Frank Bullen and John ListonIntegrating Continuing Education courses and Engineering coursework units**89-98
R. N. ButtsworthProblems and solutions in mathematical education - a spectrum extremity99-105
Angela Carbone, Kathy Lynch, David Arnott and Peter JamiesonIntroducing a studio-based learning environment into Information Technology106-114
V. Carrington, M. Robertson, S. Dole and B. SchofieldFlexible delivery for changing student demographics: The UTas experience115-123
Patricia Cartwright and Lynne NooneCollaboration in teaching and learning: Insights from TULIP (Tertiary Undergraduate Literacy Integration Program)124-132
Patricia Cartwright, Josephine Ryan, Patricia Hacker, Elizabeth Powell and Jo ReidyCollaboration and interaction: Modelling explored**133-141
K.C. Chu and Patrick LaiCan PBL work for surface students?142-147
K.C. Chu and Dennis LeungGaining practical skills through scenario-based learning148-153
Angela Coco, Ian Woodward, Gillian Lupton, Andrew Peake and Kirstyn ShawBourdieu, learning theory and a new game for action learning in lectures**154-164
Alan Davies, Bob Dick, Stewart Hase, Shankar Sankaran, Michael Gloster and Richard KwokProblem-based learning with academic accreditation: A flexible postgraduate program for managers and practitioners using action research at the workplace165-171
John Dekkers and Trish AndrewsA meta-analysis of flexible delivery in selected Australian tertiary institutions: How flexible is flexible delivery?172-182
Aruna DeoEvaluating three approaches to flexible delivery in the university classroom183-193
Carmel Diezmann and Nicola YellandBeing flexible about flexible learning and delivery**194-201
Anne Ditcher and Sally HunterThe instrumental student: An increasing problem?202-212
Michael Docherty and Allison BrownStudio-based teaching in Information Technology213-219
Alan Duhs and Ross GuestTeaching tertiary economics: The real and the ideal220-227
Kevin DunseathDefending educational research in changing times228-238
Cath Ellis and Alisa PercyBuilding online essay writing support tools239-250
Robert A. EllisFlexibility in genre-based literacy pedagogy: Critical assessments of flexibility**251-262
Richard Fell and John O'LearyDeveloping the human resource of the Northern Territory Department of Primary Industry and Fisheries263-272
Jane Fowler and Sara BranchSupporting students and staff in a flexible learning environment: A case study273-280
Mark Freeman and Jo McKenzieSelf and peer assessment of student teamwork: Designing, implementing and evaluating SPARK, a confidential, web based system [non-refereed]------
Rigmor George and Margaret HicksChanging context, changing practice: Managing change in student support services281-293
Rigmor George, Holly McCausland, Dale Wache and Irene DoskatschPreparing students for a flexible society: An institutional strategy for lifelong learning294-305
Lewis GrattonUsing online forums to foster communication and reflective practice for students on practicum306-313
John GreenUsing video to supplement the teaching practicum: A work in progress**314-318
Steve Hansen and Graeme SalterThe take-up of web technology: Promoting changes in teaching staff and in the institution319-325
Margaret Hicks and Betty LeaskOnline teaching - responding to and supporting change through staff development326-335
Nick JamesHow can flexible delivery enhance the facilitation of a critical understanding of law?336-348
Cathy JenkinsThe online forum as flexible assessment: Gender differences in participation349-356
Lesley Jolly and David RadcliffeReflexivity and hegemony: Changing engineers357-365
Peter KandlbinderA case study approach to supporting change in post-graduate supervision366-371
Peter KandlbinderPeeking under the covers: Understanding the foundations of online academic staff development372-378
Jeremy Keens and Alistair InglisFirst year students attitude to on-line discussion379-388
Betty LeaskInternationalisation: Changing contexts and their implications for teaching, learning and assessment389-401
Marian Lewis and Dorothy AndrewsCreating a school for the 21st century: Experiences of a professional community402-419
Ken W. LiHelping students develop statical reasoning through Seeing StatisticsĒ420-427
John W. ListonThe pedagogy of interactive models within an Engineering course**428-440
Lisa Lobry de Bruyn and Julian PriorChanging student learning focus in Natural Resource Management Education - problems (and some solutions) with using problem based learning441-451
Martin Maguire and Des MatejkaOn-line delivery: Making the rough road smooth452-459
Mary Jane Mahony, Colleen Mullavey-O'Byrne, Joy Higgs and Fran EveringhamMultiple dimensions of flexibility in health sciences professional preparation programs: Challenges for curriculum development and organisational change460-469
Catherine ManathungaA blueprint for change: Introducing flexible delivery into teacher education470-477
Debra ManningTraps for new players: The challenges of shifting to flexible learning478-482
Stephen Marshall, Moya Adams and Alison CameronIn search of academic leadership483-492
Des Matejka and Martin MaguireA responsive conceptual framework for effective on-line delivery493-505
Iain McAlpineMultimedia design using problem based learning for pasture management506-515
Clare McBeath and Lou SiragusaThe place of instructional design in higher education in the computer age [non-refereed]------
Catherine McLoughlin and Joe LucaAssessment methodologies in transition: Changing practices in web-based learning516-526
Kogi NaidooTraining and development: cutting edge strategy for managing change at a transforming university527-535
David NettelbeckUsing information technology to enrich the learning experiences of secondary English students [non-refereed]------
Amanda Pearce, Helen Murphy and Paul ConroySmoother pathways from TAFE to higher education536-544
C.A.L Pearson and S.R. ChatterjeeDeveloping teaching environments for self-regulated learners: A longitudinal assessment with international students545-553
Cec Pedersen and Rod St HillMeeting some challenges of learner diversity by applying modal preference and learning needs to adult learning554-565
Alex Radloff and Barbara de la HarpeHelping students develop their writing skills - A resource for lecturers566-573
Ian C. ReidA university goes online: Avoiding throwing the innovative baby out with the strategic bath water574-582
Ian C. Reid and Andrew WelchEvaluation goes online - what are the issues?583-594
Vicente ReyesThe National Schools Network of Australia: A case study of organisational transformation in the Australian education system595-603
Ian Robertson and Don SweeneyIf online learning is the answer - What was the question? A vocational education and training perspective**604-611
Graeme Salter and Steve HansenFacilitating web-based staff development in higher education612-617
Graeme Salter, Phil Nanlohy and Steve HansenOnline discussion groups: Strategies to enhance participation and collaboration618-623
Lucy Schulz, Judy Szekeres and Anna CiccarelliA case study of creating partnerships for learning: New models of collegiality at the University of South Australia**624-633
Judy Sheard, Margot Postema and Selby MarkhamResource rich learning environments: Students' valuations of resources within courses634-642
Calvin Smith, Geoff Isaacs, Alan Holzl, Debra Herbert and Kathy RoulstonThe first cohort at a new campus: Who are they? What do they bring? Where are they going? Why did they come?643-661
Izabel SolimanSupporting collaboration in rationalising an area of study662-671
Peter G. TaylorAcademic careers in the 21st century: Making sense of new opportunities and challenges**672-681
Lynda Thater and Neville RichterRedesigning skill-based IT subjects for the 21st century682-688
Jan Thomas and Romana PospisilDeveloping a cross-cultural perspective in science students [non-refereed]------
Juhani E. TuovinenImplications of discovery learning research for the design of flexible learning689-700
Alison R. ViskovicStudents' attitudes to using forms of on-line learning support701-709
Paul WellingtonDiverse feedback mechanisms focus multi-disciplinary team improvement710-719
Lesley WillcoxsonStrategies for changing a university into a 'learning organisation'720-731
John Wyber and Barbara de la HarpeProfessional skills of postgraduate students - enhancement for a career in business**732-741
Nicola Yelland and Jennifer MastersChanging learning contexts with technology: Design and innovation in creating new learning materials**742-748

Please cite as: L. Richardson and J. Lidstone (Eds) (2001). Flexible Learning for a Flexible Society. Proceedings of ASET-HERDSA 2000 Conference, Toowoomba, Qld, 2-5 July 2000. ASET and HERDSA. http://www.aset.org.au/confs/aset-herdsa2000/contents.html

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