LD Publications

LD publications & conference presentations

 

2016 

McMahon-Coleman, K & Draisma K 2016 Teaching University Students with Autism Spectrum Disorder: a guide to developing academic capacity and proficiency. London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers.

McMahon-Coleman 2016 "The ­battle-scarred, the insane, the ones even you can’t control": Disability and the Female Bodies of the Doctor’s Companions, in G Leitch & S Ginn eds. Who Travels with the Doctor? Essays on the Companions of Doctor Who, McFarland pp 37-51.

Percy, A. and Dearlove, J. (Eds.). (2016). Introduction to the Special Issue: Proceedings of the 12th Biennial Association for Academic Language and Learning Conference. Journal of Academic Language and Learning, 10(9), E1‑E3.

Priestley, C 2016, 'The semantics and morphosyntax of tare “hurt/pain” in Koromu (PNG): Verbal and nominal constructions', in Cliff Goddard and Zhengdao Ye (eds.), "Happiness” and “Pain” across Languages and Cultures, Benjamins Current Topics, Amsterdam: John Benjamins, pp. 123-141

 

 

2015

Carpenter J, Dearlove J, Marland J (2015) Student skills and the Bradley agenda in Australia. Higher Education Research and Development, 34(2), 284-297.

Chatterjee-Padmanabhan, M. (2015). Transforming texts: Challenges faced by international doctoral thesis writers. In S. Carter and D. Laurs (Eds.), Developing Generic Support for Doctoral Students: Practice and Pedagogy, (pp. 80-82). London and New York: Routledge.

Marland, J., Dearlove, J. and Carpenter, J. (2015). LASSI: an Australian evaluation of an enduring study skills assessment tool. Journal of Academic Language and Learning, 9(2), A32-A45.

McMahon-Coleman, K. (2015). Book review of The Gothic and the Everyday: Living Gothic, L. Piatti-Farnell and M. Beville (Eds.).  Aeternum: The Journal of Contemporary Gothic Studies, 2(1), 91-92.

McMahon-Coleman, K. (2015, Jun-Jul). Why Doc Martin hates being called Doc Martin: Autism Spectrum Disorder on TV. Peer-Reviewed Conference Proceedings, 6th Annual Conference, Popular Culture Australia, Asia and New Zealand, 124-132. Massey University, Wellington, New Zealand. ISBN: 978-0-473-34578-5.

Neilsen, W. and Chatterjee, M. (2015) Preparing to publicly cross the research proposal threshold: A Case study of two doctoral students. Under review, Innovation in Education and Teaching international.

Percy, A. (2015) A critical turn in higher education research: turning the critical lens on the Academic Language and Learning (ALL) educator, Discourse: Studies in the Cultural Politics of Education 26(6), 881-893. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/01596306.2014.904069

Percy, A. and Green, B. (2015, Aug). Who should help research students learn to write like researchers? Keynote presentation to Arts/Ed DocFest15. Charles Sturt University, Wagga Wagga, New South Wales.

Percy, A. and Taylor, C. (2015, Oct). Leading change: A scholarly framework for policy enactment in the academy. Paper presented at the International Society for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Conference. RMIT and Monash University, Melbourne, Australia.

Purser, E. (2015). Using Digital Stories to teach Communication in the Science Curriculum. In G. Hoban, W. Nielsen and A. Shepherd (Eds.), Student-generated Digital Media in Science Education: Learning, Explaining and Communicating Content. Routledge, London and New York.

Roberts, J., Walker, R. and O’ Donnell, M. (2015, Nov). Learning as assessment: tensions in the co-development of a core first year subject curriculum. Paper presented at the 12th Biennial Association of Academic Language and Learning Conference. University of Wollongong, Australia.

Rossetto, L. C. and Wilkins, L. (2015). Parallel Universes or Venn Intersections?: Numeracy and literacy teaching and learning. Journal of Academic Language and Learning, 9(2), A79-A90.

Stirling, J. and McGloin, C. (2015). Critical pedagogy and social inclusion policy in Australian higher education: identifying the disjunctions. Radical Pedagogy, 12(2), 1524-6345.

Stirling, J. and Rossetto, C. (2015). Are we there yet?: Making sense of transition in higher education. Student Success, 6(2), 9-20.

Stirling, J. and Rossetto, C. (2015, Jul). Are we there yet?: Making sense of transition in higher education. Paper presented at the Students, Transitions, Achievement, Retention & Success Conference. Crown Conference Centre, Melbourne, Australia.

Walker, R. (2015). Analysing literary journalism: (De)composing narrative. Journal of Current Narratives, 4, 17-33.

Walker, R. (2015, May). Academic drag: queering the conventions of scholarly research and referencing. Paper presented at the Another University is Possible: Praxis, Activism and the Promise of Critical Pedagogy Cultural Studies Association Conference. University of California, Riverside, California.

Walker, R. (2015, Nov). Social justice, queer theory and the scholarly conventions for research and writing. Paper presented at the 7th Asia Pacific Conference on Educational Integrity. Charles Sturt University, Albury, New South Wales.

Walker, R., Guerin, C., Laming, M., Aitchison, C., James, B. and Chatterjee, M. (2015, Nov). Supervisors have an enormous hunger for anything to do with writing. Paper presented at the 12th Biennial Association of Academic Language and Learning Conference. University of Wollongong, Australia.

Walker, R. and Purdy, E. (2015, Nov). Academic integrity systems: the place of integrity in the ecological university. Paper presented at the 7th Asia Pacific Conference on Educational Integrity. Charles Sturt University, Albury, New South Wales.

Wilkins, L. (2015). Maybe we could just count the boxes of chocolates? Measuring the impact of Learning Development mathematics support for undergraduate students. Journal of Academic Language and Learning, 9(2), A91-A115.

Wilkins, L. (2015). The role and positioning of numeracy in Australian universities – does it matter? Journal of Academic Language and Learning, 10(1), A69-A86.

Wilkins, L. (2015, Nov). The role and positioning of numeracy in Australian universities – does it matter? Paper presented at the 12th Biennial Conference of the Association for Academic Language and Learning. University of Wollongong, Australia.

 

 

2014

McMahon-Coleman, K. (2014). I was hoping it would pass you by—dis/ability and difference in Teen Wolf. In C. Lavigne (Ed.), Remake Television: Reboot, Re-use, Recycle, (pp. 141-153). Lanham: Lexington Books.  

McMahon-Coleman, K. (2014). The sliding scale of evil: television vampires in a post-Bush world. In S. Packer and J. Pennington (Eds.), A History of Evil in Popular Culture: What Hannibal Lecter, Stephen King and Vampires Reveal about America, (pp. 185-197). Santa Barbara: Praeger Publishing.

Melano A., Bell M. and Walker, R. (2014) Transnational Teaching and Learning,  Higher Education Research and Development Society of Australasia (HERDSA) 82 pages

Percy, A. (2014). Re-integrating academic development and academic language and learning: a call to reason. Higher Education Research and Development, 33(6), 1194-1207.

Percy, A. and Purser, E. (2014, Oct). Reflections on the positioning, politics and pedagogy of a research writing subject for international HDR students. Paper presented at the Association for Academic Language and Learning Symposium on Higher Degree Research Student Writing. University of Sydney, Australia.

Purser, E (2014 Oct). Changing Lenses to see language at various levels. Paper presented at the Association for Academic Language and Learning Symposium on Higher Degree Research Student Writing. University of Sydney, Australia.

Purser, E (2014 Nov). Literature for ALL. Paper presentated at the Association for Academic Language and Learning Symposium on Evaluating the impact of ALL. University of Adelaide, Australia.

Walker, R. (2014)  Academic Integrity: How to Avoid Plagirism, Focus on University section, Australian Education Times p12 http://issuu.com/taet2013/docs/the_australian_education_times_02_-/15?e=9438335/5930794

Wilkins, L. and Rossetto, L. C. (2014, Jul). Parallel Universes or Venn Intersections?: numeracy and literacy teaching and learning.  Paper presented at the Association of Academic Language and Learning Numeracy Tri-Day Symposium. Flinders University, Adelaide, Australia.

 

 


2013

Bretag T., Mahmud S., Walker, R., Wallace M., McGowan U., East J., Green M., Partridge L. & James C. (2013) ‘Teach us how to do it properly!: An Australian academic integrity student survey’ Studies in Higher Education  vol 38: 1-20 

Chatterjee Padmanabhan, M. (2013) ‘Assimilation Anxieties in Australian-Indian Writing: Looking back with humour’, IASA (Eastern Region) conference, Borders and Beyond: Critical Transactions, Kolkata, 22-24 January.

McMahon-Coleman, K. (2013) ‘Myriad Mirrors: Doppelgängers and Doubling in The Vampire Diaries Open Graves’, in Sam George and Bill Hughes (eds.) Open Minds: Representations of Vampires and the Undead from the Enlightenment to the Present, Manchester: Manchester University Press pp. 271-290 http://www.manchesteruniversitypress.co.uk/cgi-bin/indexer?product=9780719089411

Millman, T. (2013) ‘Abridged too far? Credit Transfer: Examining the transition process from TAFE to University’, Australian Journal of Adult Learning 53 (2).

Millman, T. (2013) ‘If it wasn’t for TAFE I would never have gone to uni’, in The Australian TAFE Teacher 47 (3).  

Percy, A., James, B., Beaumont, T. & Al Mahmood, R. (2013) ‘Making histories: An oral account of the emergence and development of ALL in Australia’, Paper and multimedia poster presentation at the 11th biennial conference of AALL: New Students, new learning: new challenges?, RMIT, Melbourne, November 14-15.

Percy, A. (2013) ‘Theoretical perspectives on research in higher and professional education: making sense of ALL’, Invited panel presentation for the Higher education Professional Education SIG, Australian Association of Research in Education (AARE), Hilton Hotel, Adelaide, December 1-5.

Purser, E.  (2013) ‘Now you don’t see it, now you do’, professional development pre-conference workshop, 11th biennial conference of AALL: New Students, new learning: new challenges?, RMIT, Melbourne, November 13.

Purser, E. , Briguglio C. & Harper, R. (2013) ‘Reviewing English Language Proficiency’, Talk Tank presentation at the 11th biennial conference of AALL: New Students, new learning: new challenges?, RMIT, Melbourne, November 14-15.

Purser, E. & Percy, A. (2013) ‘Do the guiding principles help or hinder our assessment & development of students’ understanding & use of English?’, AALL symposium on the Degrees of Proficiency project, USyd, June 7.

Purser, E. & Percy, A. (2013) ‘Learning Content / Teaching Language’, 4th CELC Symposium ‘Alternative Pedagogies in the English Language & Communication Classroom, Centre for English Language Communication, National University of Singapore, Singapore, May 28-30.

Purser, E., Towndrow, A. & Aranguiz, A. (2013) 'Realising the Potential of Peer-to-Peer Learning: Taming a MOOC with Social Media', in eLearning Papers 33

Towndrow, A., Aranguiz, A., Purser, E. & Pradhan, M. (2013) 'Quad-blogging: Promoting Peer-to-Peer Learning in a MOOC', in eLearning Papers 33

Walker, R. (2013) ‘Double Quote Unquote: Scholarly Attribution as (a) Speculative Play in the Remix Academy’, in M/C Journal 16 (4)

Walker, R., (2013) ‘Undead universities, the plagiarism plague, paranoia and hypercitation’, book chapter, in Zombies in the Academy: Living Death in Higher Education eds Andrew Whelan,  Ruth Walker, and Christopher Moore,  Intellect Press UK: 175-188  

Walker, R., (2013) ‘Scholarly attribution as speculative play’, Keynote speech 6th Asia Pacific Conference on Educational Integrity (6APCEI), Macquarie University 2-4th October

Walker, R., (2013) ‘Piracy, plagiarism and the penal colony’, History panel, Popular Culture Association of Australia and New Zealand (POPCAANZ) 23-26th June

Whelan, A., Moore, C., &  Walker, R. (eds) (2013) Zombies in the Academy, Living Death in Higher Education, Intellect Books: London  


2012

Chatterjee Padmanabhan, M (2012), ‘Pushing Boundaries/Creating Bridges: Migrant stories in Looking for Alibrandi and The Slap’, plenary lecture presented to the first international conference of the Indian Association of Studies on Australia (IASA) Eastern Region, The University of Burdwan, Rajbati, Bardhaman, West Bengal, India, 23- 24th of January.

Chatterjee Padmanabhan, M  (2012), ‘Intertextuality and genre theory in academic language language’, Key thinkers, key theories, Swinburne University, Melbourne, 22-23 November.

Chatterjee Padmanabhan, M. (2012) ‘Book reviews: Critical thinking and language: the challenge of generic skills and disciplinary discourse’. Higher Education Research and Development, 31 (6), 935-936.

Dearlove, J & Marland, J (2012), ‘Patterns of paid work among higher education students: Implications for the Bradley reforms’, Journal of Academic Language & Learning, 6 (2), A-60-A-72.

Hoban, G., McLean, P., Nielsen, W., Berry, A., Brown, G., Butterfield, B., Forrester, T., Kervin, L., Mantei, J., trezise, J., Rossetto, L. C., & Verenikina, I. (2012). ‘Developing a model for self-study a professional learning community’. In S.M. Bullock & T. Russells (Eds.) Self-studies of Science Teacher Education Practices (pp. 175-192).

James, B. (2012) ‘Becoming an ‘authorised postgraduate research writer’, Innovations in Education and Teaching International 49(1) 41-50.

James, B. (2012), ‘The right to higher education: Beyond widening participation’. Journal of  Academic Language and Learning, 6 (2), B1-B3.

McMahon-Coleman, K., & Weaver, R. (2012) Werewolves and other Shapeshifters in Popular Culture: a Thematic Analysis of Recent Depictions. Jefferson: McFarland.

McMahon-Coleman, K (2012) ‘The battle-scarred, the insane, the ones you can’t control: disability, difference, and allegations of misogyny in Stephen Moffat’s Doctor Who.’ Science Fiction Research Association (SFRA Eaton) Riverside, California, April 11-14.

McMahon-Coleman, K (2012) ‘Who's Your Daddy?: Representations of Masculinity and Coming of Age in television's The Vampire Diaries’, Popular Culture Association of Australia and New Zealand (PopCAANZ) Melbourne, 27-29 June.

McMahon-Coleman, K (2012) ‘Australian Adolescent Gothic: Liminality, Otherness and New South Wales in the YA Writing of Catherine Jinks.’ Gothic Association of New Zealand and Australia (GANZA) Auckland, New Zealand, January 22-23.

McMahon-Coleman, K (2012) ‘The Ties that Bind: Family and Blood in television’s The Vampire Diaries’” Popular Culture Association of Australia and New Zealand Popular Culture Association of Australia and New Zealand (PopCAANZ), Auckland, New Zealand, June 29-July 1.

McMahon-Coleman, K (2012) ‘Southern Civility, Sexuality and Secularity: Minority Politics in 'True Blood.' Popular Culture Association/American Culture Association (PCA/ACA) San Antonio, Texas April 20-23.

McMahon-Coleman, K (2012) ‘Hormones and Horror: Adolescent Sexuality and Spirituality in The Cure for Death by Lightning.’ International Association for the Fantastic in the Arts, Orlando, Florida, March 17-21.

McMahon-Coleman, K., Percy, A. & James, B. (2012). ‘Editorial: Social inclusion--are we there yet?’, Journal of Academic Language and Learning, 6 (2), E1-E6.

McMahon-Coleman, K. (2012)  ‘Developing College Skills in Students with Autism and Asperger's Syndrome’. Journal of Academic Language and Learning 6(2): B4. http://journal.aall.org.au/index.php/jall/article/view/218/137

Moore, P. (2012), Supporting the language and learning development of EAL students in Australian higher education. Studies in Self-Access Learning Journal, 3(2): 182-195.

Moore, P. (2012), Incidental learner-generated focus on form in a task-based EFL classroom. In Shehadeh, A. & Coombe, C. (Eds.) Task-based language teaching in foreign language contexts: Research and implementationAmsterdam: John Benjamins:163-86

Percy, A. (2012) ‘Through the looking-glass, and what I found there’, Academic Identities Conference ‘Thinking, researching & living otherwise’, University of Auckland, New Zealand, June.

Percy, A. (2012) ‘Reconnecting language and learning: re-integrating academic and language/learning development’, The 35th HERDSA International Conference, Connections in Higher Education, University of Tasmania, Hobart, July.

Purser, E (2012) ‘Teaching Academic Writing at UOW’, in G. Braeuer, L. Ganobcsik-Williams, P. Carlino & C. Thaiss (eds) Writing Programs Worldwide: Profiles of Academic Writing in Many Places, WAC Clearinghouse, Fort Collins, Col & Parlor Press, Anderson, SC chp 5 pp. 55-68

Purser, E  (2012), ‘This is not a key thought’, poster at Key thinkers, key theories, Swinburne University, Melbourne, 22-23 November.

Shimada, N., Moore, P., & Koujiro-Brown, N. (2012),  Japanese heritage language learners and the NSW high school curriculum: Eligibility and other hurdles. National Symposium for Japanese Language Education 2012. Melbourne, Australia, 1-2 November.

Walker, R. (2012) ‘Crimes of writing in early Sydney’, Australian Association of Writing Programs, Deakin University, November 25-28th November.

Walker, R.  (2012) ‘Real and unreal, fact and fakery’, True Crime panel presentation. NonFiction Now conference RMIT Melbourne 21-24th November.

Walker, R. (2012) ‘Plagiarism, piracy and the penal colony: a history of early Australian textual transgressions’, Adapt & Remix Symposium: Disciplinary approaches to academic integrity, APFEI University of Wollongong, Sydney Business School, Sydney campus 16th November.

Wallace, M, Cooper, L & Walker, R. (2012) ‘Developing the University of Wollongong approach to academic integrity education’ [Showcase], HERDSA 2012, 3-5 July, Hobart, Tasmania.

Weaver, R., & McMahon-Coleman, K. (2012).  ‘Harry Potter and the myrid  mothers: The maternal figure as lioness, witch, and wardrobe,’  in C. J. Hallett & P. Huey (eds) Harry Potter Casebook. London: Palgrave Macmillan.  chp 11 pp.149-162

Wilkins, L (2012), ‘Synergising Mathematics Support within a university setting’, presented to the Adults Learning Maths conference, Auckland, New Zealand, June. 


2011

Barwell G,  Moore C and Walker, R. (2011) ‘Marking machinima: assessing students’ use of Web 2.0 in preparation for an uncertain future’, special issue on Assessing Web 2.0 in Higher Education for the Australasian Journal of Educational Technology  27 (5): 765-780 

Bretag T, Mahmud S, Wallace M, Walker, R., James C, Green M, East J, McGowan U & Partridge L, (2011) ‘Core elements of exemplary academic integrity policy in Australian higher education’, International Journal for Educational Integrity  7 (2): 3-12

Bretag T, Mahmud S, East J,  Green M, James C, McGowan U, Partridge L, Walker, R., and Wallace M, (2011) ‘Academic integrity standards: A preliminary analysis of the academic integrity policies at Australian universities, Australian Universities’ Quality Forum (AuQF) refereed conference paper: 1-7 

Chatterjee, M (2011). Creating a third space in Doctoral writing pedagogy. Symposium on Second Language Writing, Writing for scholarly publication, Beyond ''Publish or Perish'' , Taiwan, June 9-10.

Chatterjee, M. (2011). The Importance of being different: Three case studies of international doctoral students. Postgraduate Supervision Conference, Centre for Higher and Adult Education South Africa: University of Stellenbosch, South Africa, 18-21 April

McGowan U, Wallace M and Walker, R. (2011) ‘Evaluating educational approaches to Academic integrity in Australian University policies’,  5th Asia Pacific Conference on Educational Integrity (APCEI) Conference University of Western Australian, Perth 24-26th September

McMahon-Coleman, K. (2011) ‘Mystic Falls meets the World Wide Web: Where is The Vampire Diaries Located?’ in G. Schott & K. Moffatt (eds) Fanpires: Audience Consumption of the Modern Vampire. New Academia Press, Washington, DC chp10 pp. 169-86

Naghdy, F., Hays, A. & Purser, E (2011). ‘Building employability skills in ICT Master coursework curriculum’. In S. Grainger & C. Kestell (Eds.), Engineering Education: an Australian Perspective (pp. 11-20). Brentwood, Essex: Multi Science Publishing.

Percy, A. (2011) ‘A new age in higher education or just a little bit of history repeating? Linking past, present and future in AALL’,  Journal of Academic Language and Learning, 5(2), 131-144.

Purser, E (2011) ‘Developing Academic Literacy in Context: Trends in Australia’, in M. Deane & P. O’Neill (eds) Writing in the Disciplines, Series Universities into the 21st Centuryed. N. Entwistle & R. King, London, Palgrave, chp 2 pp.30-47

Purser, E (2011) ‘Designing curriculum-integrated language development in the context of higher education’, Association Internationale de Linguistique Appliquée /16th World Congress of Applied Linguistics (AILA), Beijing, China, August

Walker, R.(2011) ‘Zombie plagiarism: living death of academic integrity’ Association of Academic Language and Literacy (AALL), University of South Australia 24-25th November 

Wallace, M, Cooper, L & Walker, R. (2011) Developing the University of Wollongong approach to academic integrity education’ HERDSA Conference, Hobart, Tasmania 3-5th July

Walker, R. and East, J. (2011) ‘Who, what, where, how? Academic integrity in Australian universities’ , Association of Academic Language and Literacy (AALL) conference, University of South Australia 24-25th November  


2010

Chapple, SH & Rossetto, L. C. (2010) ‘Cultural transitions: teaching, assessment and acknowledgement’. International Plagiarism Conference: Towards and Authentic Future (pp.1-14_, Newcastle Upon Tyne, UK: nLearning Ltd.

Donohue, J. & Purser, E (2010) ‘Genre, Lexico-Grammar & students as informants’, at 37th International Systemic Functional Congress (ISFC), Vancouver

O'Brien, G., Jarrett, L. Purser, E & Brown, C. (2010). ‘Mapping science subjects: a ground up approach’. UniServe Science Annual Conference (2010)(pp. 85-91). Sydney, NSW: UniServe Science.  Available at http://escholarship.library.usyd.edu.au/journals/index.php/IISME/issue/current

Pomering, A.A. & Rossetto, L. C. (2010) ‘Post-graduate engagement with the subject: Revelation of factors influencing student success’. 6th Quantitative Analysis of Teaching and Learning in Business, Business and economics Forum (pp.25-41). University of Melbourne

Purser, E  (2010) ‘Sustainable writing development in a multilingual environment: time for a hybrid vehicle in the disciplines’, Writing Development in Higher Education (WDHE) conference, London

Rossetto, L. C. & Murphy, B. (2010). ‘Embedding Communication Skills for Future Financial Planners’. Australasian Accounting Business & Finance Journal, 4 (4), 73-85.

Stirling, J. (2010). Representing Epilepsy: Myth and Matter. Liverpool: Liverpool University Press.

Stirling, J., Hopkins, K. & Riddick, B. (2010). ‘Digital integrity and the teaching/learning nexus: taking the pedagogical pulse of the multi-location university’. International Journal for Educational Integrity, 6 (2), 50-63. 


2009

Chatterjee, M. & Moore, P. (2009). ''Issues in Inclusivity for online distance learners: an academic learning support perspective''. 4th Asia Pacific conference on Educational Integrity (pp. 1-14). Wollongong: University of Wollongong.

Chatterjee, M. (2009). Avoiding Plagiarism: A bigger picture. European Association of Teaching Academic Writing Conference, University of Coventry, England. (pp. 147-147). Coventry University, England: Coventry University.

James, B. & Percy, A. (2009, September) ‘Paradigms of AALL Work: a practical exploration of contradictions and convergences’. Presentation for the ACT/NSW Australian Academic Language and Literacy (AALL) Professional Development Day @ ANU September 25, 2009.

McMahon-Coleman, K. (2009) ‘Lost Children: Crossing Indigenous Cultural Borders in the Canadian Arctic,’ in R.K. Dhawan & S. Gill (eds) Canadian Studies Today: Responses from the Asia Pacific. Prestige Books, Delhi chp 3pp. 51-62

Martin, B (ed.) and Percy, A., Educational Integrity: Creating an Inclusive Approach. Proceedings of the 4th Asia Pacific Conference on Educational Integrity (4APCEI), 28-30 September 2009, University of Wollongong. Series: Asia-Pacific Conference on Educational Integrity, University of Wollongong, 2009. Available at http://ro.uow.edu.au/apcei/09/program/

Percy, A.. & Ritz, C. (2009, November) Invited panel presentation: Whole of University Approaches, 2009 National Colloquium on Sessional Staff, Victoria University November 27, 2009.

Percy, A., Yanamandram, V & Humphrey, S (2009). The various incarnations of an academic integrity module, or whose responsibility is it anyway? Paper presented at the 4th Asia Pacific Conference on Educational Integrity, 28-30 September, University of Wollongong.

Naghdy, F. & Hayes, A. & Purser, E (2009). ‘Building employability skills in ICT Master coursework curriculum’. Proceedings of the 20th Annual Conference for the Australasian Association for Engineering Education (AAEE), Adelaide, pp. 668-673.

Stirling, J. & Rossetto, L. C. (2009) ‘Weaving the academic and social: working in higher education on rural and remote Australian campuses’.  Beyond teaching and research: inclusive understandings of Academic Practice. 3rd CELT Conference, St Anne’s College, Oxford University: Centre for Excellence in Preparing for Academic Practice.

Stirling, J., Beaumont, R. & Percy, A. (2009). ‘Tutors’ Forum’: Engaging distributed communities of practice. Open Learning. Vol. 24, No. 2, June 2009, 141–153

Walker, R. & Barwell, G. C. (2009). ‘Click or clique? Using educational technology to address students' anxieties about peer evaluation’. International Journal for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, 3 (1), 1-20. 


2008

Chatterjee, M. (2008). ‘Textual Engagement of Different kind?’. Bridging Discourses: ASFLA 2007 Online Proceedings (pp. 1-15). Australia: Australian Systemic Functional Linguistics Association. University of Wollongong.

Hodgkinson, A. & Percy, A. (2008) ‘Exploring Student Engagement for Generation Y: A pilot in Environmental Economics’. Refereed Proceedings of the 37th Australian Conference of Economists. QLD, Australia.

Percy, A.. & Beaumont, R. (2008). ‘The casualisation of teaching and the subject at risk’. Studies in Continuing Education. 30 (2), 145-157.

Percy, A., M. Scoufis, S. Parry, A. Goody, M. Hicks, I. Macdonald, K. Martinez, N. Szorenyi-Reischl, Y. Ryan, S. Wills & L. Sheridan (2008). The RED Report, Recognition - Enhancement - Development: The contribution of sessional teachers to higher education.Sydney: Australian Learning and Teaching Council.

Percy, A., M. Scoufis, S. Parry, A. Goody, M. Hicks, I. Macdonald, K. Martinez, N. Szorenyi-Reischl, Y. Ryan, S. Wills & L. Sheridan (2008). The RED Resource, Recognition - Enhancement - Development: The contribution of sessional teachers to higher education.Sydney: Australian Learning and Teaching Council.

Purser, E., Skillen, J., Deane, M., Donohue, J. & Peake, K. (2008). ‘Developing Academic Literacy in Context’. Zeitschrift Schreiben. Available at http://www.zeitschrift-schreiben.eu/Beitraege/purser_Academic_Literacy.pdf

Purser, E.  & Brown, C. (2008) ‘Reflections on the formation of central ideas in the margins’, at Australian Systemic Functional Linguistics Association (ASFLA): Disciplinarity, Knowledge and Language symposium, Sydney University, 8 – 10 Dec

Skillen, J. Purser, E , Deane, M. & Ganobcsik-Williams, L. (2008). ‘Developing Academic Literacy in Context: a cross-national investigation’. Writing Research Across Borders (WRAB)  conference, UC Santa Barbara, February 19-22.

Walker, R. (2008). 'there was nothing to say and nobody said it: Silence, disconnection and interruptions of Gertrude Stein's writing voice during World War II’. Cultural Studies Review, 14 (1), 147-160.

Walker, R. (2008). ‘Antonin Artaud's avant-garde aesthetics of disturbance and audio-visual anarchy’. In D. Bell & G. Porter (Eds.), Riots in Literature (pp. 151-172). Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Press. 


2007

Barthel, A., Dearlove, J., James, B., Jamieson, H., Moore, P., Percy, A., Purser, E., Rossetto, C., & Skillen, J. (2007) ‘Towards benchmarking AALL practices’, at the 8th Biennial Conference of the Association for Academic Language and Learning (AALL), La Trobe University, Melbourne, November

Beaumont, R. & Percy, A. (2007, July). ‘Engagement and learning: Australia’s casualised higher education sector’. Paper presented at the International Society for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (ISSTOL) Conference, University of New South Wales, Sydney.

Bowen, I.A., James, B., Moerman, L., Moore, P., Percy, A., Purser, E. & Wallace, M. (2007). ‘Stakeholders in academic integrity: Embedding academic literacies into three professional degree programs’. The 8th Biennial Conference of the Association for Academic Language and Learning, La Trobe University, 29-30 November

Dearlove, J., Farrell, H., Handa, N. & Pastore, C. (2007). ‘The Evolution of Peer Mentoring at the University of Western Sydney’. Journal of the Australia and New Zealand Student Services Association, 29 (April), 21-35.

James, B. Moore, P., Wallace, M.C. & I. A. Bowen, I. A. (2007). ‘Educational integrity: Broadening learning and teaching responses’. Asia-Pacific Conference on Educational Integrity, Adelaide, Australia., 6-7 December, 2007.

Moore, P. (2007). ‘Task framing, activity and outcomes in a Japanese EFL classroom’. The Conference on Social and Cognitive Aspects Second Language Learning and Teaching, University of Auckland, New Zealand, 12-14 April.

Moore, P. (2007). ‘Intersubjectivity and dyadic activity: A classroom-based study’. The 32nd Annual Congress of the Applied Linguistics Association of Australia, University of Wollongong, Australia, 1-3 July.

Percy, A. & Beaumont, R. (2007, July). ‘Towards an inclusive culture for casual teaching staff’. Paper presented at the 2007 HERDSA Conference, UNISA, Adelaide.

Percy, A., Yanamandram, V. & Humphrey, S. (2007). ‘Using Evidence and Avoiding Plagiarism eLearning module: scaffolding academic integrity’. In ICT: Providing choices for learners and learning.  Proceedings ASCILITESingapore 200 http://www.ascilite.org.au/conferences/singapore07/procs/percy.pdf

Purser, E.. & Rossetto, L. C. (2007) ‘View from down under: supporting learner-writers through collaborative practice in Australian Higher Education’. European Association for the Teaching of Academic Writing conference (EATAW), Bochum University, June 30 – July 2

Rossetto, L. C.  & Murphy, B (2007) ‘Getting in the Groove: the development of financial planning behavioural skills through role-play’ Paper presented at Association of Financial Services Educators’ Conference, Sydney, July 19-20.

Skillen, J., Purser, E., Deane, M., Donohue, J., Coffin, C., Peake, K, & Mitchell, S. (2007) ‘Developing Academic Literacy in Context’. European Association for the Teaching of Academic Writing conference (EATAW), Bochum University, June 30 – July 2

Shaw, J. M., Moore, P.  & Gandhidasan, S. (2007). ‘Educational acculturation and academic integrity: outcomes of an intervention subject for international post-graduate students in Public Health’. Journal of Academic Language and Learning, 1 (1), A-55-A-66.

Stirling, J & Rossetto, L. C. (2007) ‘Providing language and academic skills support in a multi-media and distributed learning environment’ Paper presented at Society for the Provision of Education in Rural Australia Conference, Perth, August 30-31.

Wills, S. & Percy, A. (2007, November) ‘Whole of university approach to changing culture: Policies and procedures for sessional staff’. Featured presentation at the National Symposium on Sessional Teaching, Carrick Institute of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education and the Council of Academic Directors for Academic Development (CADAD). Australian National University.

Woodward-Kron, R. & Jamieson, H. L. (2007). ‘Tensions in the writing support consultation: negotiating meanings in unfamiliar territory’. In C. Gitsaki (Eds.), Language and Languages: Global and Local Tensions(pp. 40-60). Newcastle, UK: Cambridge Scholars Press. 


2006

Chatterjee, M. (2006). ‘Learning to Avoid Plagiarism: Narratives of Three International Students from Language Backgrounds Other Than English’, International Journal of Learning, Vol.13, Issue 10, www.Learning-Journal.com, and conference presentation at The Learning Conference, Montego Bay, Jamica, 22-25 June.

Kriflik, L. S. & Kriflik, G. (2006). ‘A World of flux requires information literacies in the community and workplace’. The International Journal of Learning, 12 (1), 286-294.

Lee, A., Aitchison, C., Knowles, S., Grant, B., James, B. A. & Kamler, B. (2006). ‘New questions for research writing’. In M. Kiley & G. Mullins (Eds.), Quality in Postgraduate Research: Knowledge Creation in Testing Times(pp. 223-226). Canberra: CEDAM, ANU.

McInnes, D. & James, B. A. (2006). ‘Critical discourse analysis in academic writing pedagogy: more reflexive considerations’. Quaderns De Filologia. Estudis Linguistics, XI 159-174.

Purser, E. (2006) ‘Playing Piggy in the Middle: plagiarism, policy and practice’, at the 1st International Conference of the Applied Linguistics and Languages in Education Research Group (ALLE), Macquarie University

Purser, E. R. & Skillen, J. (2006). ‘Teaching academic literacy: testing the transferability of sound pedagogic practice’. In B. D. Denman (Eds.), Global Governance, Educational Change & Cultural Ecology: Proceedings of the 34th Annual Conference of the Australian and New Zealand Comparative and International Education Society(pp. 1-6). Armidale: University of New England.

Rossetto, L. C. (2006) ‘Keeping the balance; walking the tightrope in the country’ Paper presented at Association of Tertiary Learning Advisers of Aotearoa / New Zealand Conference, Tauranga, November 23-25. 


2005

James, B & McInnes, D, (2005) ‘‘The Truth is out there’- issues and challenges from a critical discourse approach to academic writing pedagogy’ in M. Labarta Postigo (ed.) Approaches to Critical Discourse Analysis [CD-ROM] Universitat de Valencia, Servei de Publicacions, Valencia, Spain.

James, B. A., Chen, H. & Derewianka, B. M. (2005). ‘Self-representation of graduate students in academic writing’. International Systemic Functional Congress (pp. 45). Sydney.

Kriflik, L & Kriflik, G, (2005) ‘A World of Flux Requires Information Literacies in the Community and Workplace’, International Journal of Learning, http://ijl.cgpublisher.com/

Percy, A. & Stirling, J, (2005) ‘Representation for (Re)Invention’, in S Milnes, G Craswell, V Rao, & A Bartlett (eds.), Critiquing and reflecting: LAS profession and practice, Australian National University Press, Canberra.

Percy, A.., Skillen, J. & James, B. (2005). ‘The integrative role of the LAS academic’. Invited presentation at the SIG Forum - Pushing the Boundaries to Support Student Learning: Challenges for Learning and Academic Skills (LAS) Advisers, 2005 International HERDSA Conference, University of Sydney, NSW.

Purser, E. (2005) ‘Resourcing literacy development in Australian higher education’, Interactive showcase and discussion of teaching methods and learning materials presented at the International Systemic-Linguistics Congress (ISFC), Sydney

Purser, E. (2005) ‘Language H.E.L.P. project’, poster presented at the Language and Academic Skills in Higher Education Conference, Canberra, November

Skillen, J ‘Teaching academic writing in Australian universities’, (2005) in L. Ganobscik-Williams (ed.). Academic Writing In Britain: Theories And Practices Of An Emerging Field, London: Palgrave Macmillan.

Stirling, J. & Percy, A., ‘Truth games / truth claims’, (2005) in S Milnes, G Craswell, V Rao, & A Bartlett (eds.), Critiquing and reflecting: LAS profession and practice. Australian National University Press, Canberra.

Stirling, J. & Percy, A. (2005).  ‘Groundless fears? Flawed perceptions? The place of the academic skills advisor in today’s university’. Paper presented at the 2005 International HERDSA Conference, University of Sydney, NSW. 


2004

Chatterjee, M. (2004) ‘ When women laugh: Humour in Namita Gokhale, Suniti Namjoshi and Arundhati Roy’, Desert in Bloom: Contemporary Indian Women’s Fiction, Ed. Meenakshi Bharat, Delhi, Pencraft, (pp.121-141)

Farrell, H., Pastore, C., Handa, N., Dearlove, J. & Spalding, E. (2004) ‘Initiating the New Battlers’. In Challenging education: Sociocultural, Economic and Academic Outcomes: Refereed Proceedings of the 15th International ISANA Conference. Melbourne: ISANA.

Gluck, R., Draisma, K., Fulcher, J. & Worthy, M. (2004). ‘Draw-Talk-Write’. In K. Deller-Evans & P. Zeegers (Eds.), ‘In the future…’: Refereed Proceedings of the 2003 Biannual Language and Academic Skills In Higher Education Conference. 6. (pp 109- 116). Adelaide, S.A: Flinders University. Available at http://aall.org.au/sites/default/files/LAS2003%20BIANNUAL%20CONFERENCE.pdf

Hoban, G., Lefoe, G., James, B., Curtis, S., Kaidonis, M., Hadi, M., Lipu, S., McHarg, C. & Collins, R. (2004). ‘A Web Environment Linking University Teaching Strategies with Graduate Attributes’. Journal of University Teaching and Learning Practice. 1, 10-19. Available at http://jutlp.uow.edu.au/2004_v01_i01/hoban001.html

James, B., Lefoe, G. & Hadi, M. (2004) ‘Working ‘through’ graduate attributes: A bottom up approach’. In F. Sheehy & B. Stauble (Eds.), Transforming Knowledge into Wisdom: Holistic Approaches to Teaching and Learning. Proceedings of Higher Education Research and Development Society. 27, (pp. 174-184). Sarawak: HERDSA. Available at http://www.herdsa.org.au/conference2004/Contributions/RefereedPapers.htm

James, B., Skillen, J., Percy, A., Tootell, H. & Irvine, H. (2004) ‘From integration to transformation’. In K. Deller-Evans & P. Zeegers (Eds.), ‘In the future…’: Refereed Proceedings of the 2003 Bi-annual Language and Academic Skills In Higher Education Conference. 6. (pp 127- 137). Adelaide, S.A: Flinders University. Available at http://aall.org.au/sites/default/files/LAS2003%20BIANNUAL%20CONFERENCE.pdf

Kriflik, L. S. (2004). ‘Critical social science as a way of exploring health and environment’. In J. E. Wright (Eds.), 3rd Biannual Researching in Sport, Physical and Health Education(pp. 105-121). Wollongong Australia: University of Wollongong.

McInnes, D. & James, B. (2004) ‘Engaging with the personal: Theories of Writing Meet Theories of the Body’. International Journal of Learning vol.10, 1013-1027.

Percy, A., James, B., Stirling, J. & Walker, R. (2004). ‘Learning advising practice and reform: A perspective from the University of Wollongong’. Journal for Educational Reform. 9(4), 22-38.

Percy, A., & Stirling, J. (2004). ‘Coming of Age: Developing a genealogy of LAS knowledge’. In K. Deller-Evans & P. Zeegers (Eds.), ‘In the future…’: Refereed Proceedings of the 2003 Biannual Language and Academic Skills In Higher Education Conference. 6. (pp 53- 61). Adelaide, S.A: Flinders University. Available at http://aall.org.au/sites/default/files/LAS2003%20BIANNUAL%20CONFERENCE.pdf

Percy, A. (2004, November). ‘Developing students’ academic skills: Considerations from the University of Wollongong’. Invited presentation at the UNSW Enabling Skills Forum. Learning Centre, UNSW.

Purser, E. (2004). Academic Writing. Berlin: Cornelsen Verlag. 


2003

Cargill, M., Percy, A. & Bartlett, A. (2003). ‘Meeting ANESB students’ LAS needs in an institutional context’. In Bartlett, A. & Chanock, K. (Eds.). The Missing Part of the Student Profile Jigsaw: Academic skills advising for Australian tertiary students from non-English speaking backgrounds. Canberra: Academic Skills and Learning Centre, Australian National University.

Chatterjee, M (2003). ‘What's in a name? Class Acts of Colonisation or Global Best Practice?’ In Rhetoric or reality? Proceedings of the 16th English Australia Conference, Melbourne.

Collins, R., Percy, A. & James, B. (2003). ‘Developing Generic Skills: Examples of Best Practice – A University of Wollongong Case Study’. BHERT News, 16 April.

Fulcher, J., Gluck, R., Worthy, M., Draisma, K. & Vialle, W. (2003). ‘A neural network, speech-based approach to literacy’. In ACM International Conference Proceeding Series: Proceedings of the 1st international symposium on Information and communication technologies. (pp. 40-45). Dublin, Ireland. Available at http://portal.acm.org/citation.cfm?id="963600.963608

Percy, A. & Skillen, J. (2003). ‘Strategic integration: A whole faculty approach’. Paper presented at the National Language and Academic Skills Conference, Flinders University, Adelaide, SA.

Purser, E. (2003). ‘Seeing Australia: European vision and cultural difference’. In Drexler and Kinsky-Ehritt (Eds.). Identities and Minorities: Postcolonial Readings. (pp. 123-147). Berlin: Trafo Verlag.

Purser, E. (2003) ‘Going by the Book: uses and abuses of instruction manuals for writing’, discussion led at the national Language and Academic Skills Conference, Flinders University

Skillen, J. & Purser, E. (2003) ‘Made to order: a comparative overview of writing instruction in university systems across the English speaking world’, paper presented at the national Language and Academic Skills Conference, Flinders University

Skillen, J. & Purser, E. (2003). ‘Teaching thesis writing: Policy and practice at an Australian university’. Hong Kong Journal of Applied Linguistics, 8(2), 17-33. 


2002

James, B. & McInnes, D. (2002). ‘Academic Identities in Undergraduate and Post Graduate Writing Practice: Silences, Voices, Negotiations’. International Journal of Learning. 8.

James, B. & McInnes, D. (2002). ‘Interdependent Academic Identities: Language and Learning Practitioners and the Subject Who Writes’. In N. Trivett (Eds.),Changing Identities: Selected proceedings of the Australian Language and Academic Skills Conference. University of Wollongong. 

Percy, A. (2002). ‘Dealing effectively with groupwork’. Student Matters. Issue 4, September, University of Wollongong.


2001

James, B., Martinez, G., Pennell, R. & Shepherd, M. (2001). ‘Inspector Morse in Cyberspace’. In R. Simms, M. O’Reilly, S. Sawkins (Eds.), Learning to Choose: Choosing to Learn. Short Papers and Works in Progress from the 17th Annual Conference of the Australasian Society for Computers. (pp. 179-185). Coffs Harbour, NSW: Southern Cross University.

James, B, Percy, A., Skillen, J & Trivett, N (Eds) Changing Identities, 2001 Proceedings of the Language and Academic Skills Conference, University of Wollongong, 29-30 November 2000. 

Percy, A., Moore, J. & Mitchell, A. (2001). ‘Mapping the tertiary literacy skills of the Bachelor of Commerce: a step towards inter-disciplinary dialogue and cohesive skills development in a degree program’. In P. Little, J. Conway, K. Cleary, S. Bourke, J. Archer & A. Kingsland (Eds.), Learning Partnerships: Proceedings of the 2001 Annual HERDSA Conference. Newcastle: HERDSA.

Percy, A., Vialle, W., Turcotte, G., Montgomery, D. & Naghdy, F. (2001). ‘Quality Teaching and Learning Circles: A practice for improving the teaching and learning culture at the university level’. In P. Little, J. Conway, K. Cleary, S. Bourke, J. Archer & A. Kingsland (Eds.), Learning Partnerships: Proceedings of the 2001 Annual HERDSA Conference. Newcastle: HERDSA.

Percy, A., Vialle, W., Naghdy, F., Montgomery, D. & Turcotte, G. (2001). ‘Enhancing Engineering courses through Quality Teaching and Learning Circles’. In Proceedings of the Australian Association for Engineering Education 12th Annual Conference. (pp.391-396). Brisbane, QLD: QUT.

Pollock, E., Trivett, N., Skillen, J., Percy, A.. & James, B. (2001). ‘The Unilearning project: online academic learning support’. In P. Little, J. Conway, K. Cleary, S. Bourke, J. Archer & A. Kingsland (Eds.), Learning Partnerships: Proceedings of the 2001 Annual HERDSA Conference. Newcastle: HERDSA.

Purser, E. (2001). ‘Reflecting on Supervision’. Overview. University of Wollongong

Skillen, J., Percy, A., Trivett, N. & James, B. (2001). ‘Creating partnerships in supporting student learning: a paradigm shift in learning support’. In P. Little, J. Conway, K. Cleary, S. Bourke, J. Archer & A. Kingsland (Eds.), Learning Partnerships: Proceedings of the 2001 Annual HERDSA Conference. Newcastle: HERDSA.

Skillen, J. & Trivett, N. (2001). ‘Explicit teaching of genre conventions in tertiary education: an example from Biology’. Academic Exchange Quarterly, Spring, p. 113.

Tiernan, J. (2001). ‘LOCATION! LOCATION! LOCATION! How does this affect the operations of Learning Centres? Some personal reflections from the position of an ex-head’. JANZSSA. 18, 88 - 98.

Trivett, N., Skillen, J. & James, B. (2001). ‘New partnerships in supporting postgraduate research’. In P. Little, J. Conway, K. Cleary, S. Bourke, J. Archer & A. Kingsland (Eds.), Learning Partnerships: Proceedings of the 2001 Annual HERDSA Conference. Newcastle: HERDSA. 


2000

Ellis, C. & Percy, A. (2000). ‘Building online Essay Writing Tools’. In Flexible Learning for Flexible Times: Proceedings of the ASET/ HERDSA Conference. Toowoomba, QLD: University of Southern Queensland. Available at http://www.herdsa.org.au/wp-content/uploads/conference/2000/pdfs/EllisC_036_LC.pdf

Gosden, R. & Hampton, G. R. (2000). ‘Academic Standards versus Disability Rights’. ultiBASE Journal

James, B. A., Pennell, R., Martinez, G. & Shepherd, M. (2000). ‘Inspector Morse in Cyberspace’. In R. Sims, M. O'Reilly & S. Sawkins (Eds.), Learning to Choose ~ Choosing to Learn, Short Papers and Works-in-progress presented at the 17th Annual Conference of ASCILITE (pp. 179-180). Lismore, Australia: Southern Cross University Press.

Percy, A. & Skillen, J. (2000). ‘A systemic approach to working with academic staff: addressing the confusion at the source’. In K. Chanock (Ed.), Sources of Confusion: Proceedings of the 2000 Language and Academic Skills Conference. pp244-256. Available at http://aall.org.au/conferences

Pollock, E. & Trivett, N. (2000). ‘Unilearning: developing Interactive Web-Based Academic Skills Resources’. In R. Sims, M. O'Reilly & S. Sawkins (Eds.), Learning to Choose ~ Choosing to Learn, Short Papers and Works-in-progress presented at the 17th Annual Conference of ASCILITE(pp. 233-239). Lismore, Australia: Southern Cross University Press.

Pollock, E. (2000). ‘Instructional design: Ameliorating the Split attention Effect, Cognitive Load Theory and the Unilearning Website’. In R. Sims, M. O'Reilly & S. Sawkins (Eds.) Learning to Choose ~ Choosing to Learn, Short Papers and Works-in-progress presented at the 17th Annual Conference of ASCILITE(pp. 45). Lismore, Australia: Southern Cross University Press. 


1999

James, B., Scoufis, M., Farrell, H. & Carmichael, E. (1999). Unravelling the Mysteries of Critical Thinking  [videotape and teacher’s guide] Sydney: Blue Jeans Media.

James, B., Scoufis, M., Carmichael, E., Farrell, H., Driscoll, K. & Craigie, D. (1996, 1999). Critical Analysis: What is it?  (ISBN 1 86341 252 2). University of Western Sydney, Nepean.

Merten, M., Percy, A.., Skillen, J. & Trivett, N. (1999). ‘How do we know if students learn online? A case study of the deep integration of tertiary literacy and discipline-specific skills into a flexibly delivered first year subject’. In Cornerstones: Proceedings of the 1999 HERDSA Conference. Melbourne, Vic: HERDSA.

Rifkin, W., Phillips, M., Hellmundt, S., Booth, T., Merten, M., Percy, A.., Milne, C. & Caladine, R. (1999, July). ‘Interviews with 160 lecturers on ‘innovative’ assessment’. Paper presented at the 1999 International HERDSA Conference, University of Melbourne, Vic.

Scoufis, M., Carmichael, E., James, B. & Farrell, H., (1999). On the track: Critical thinking in assignment writing [CD ROM] Sydney: Blue Jeans Media.

Skillen J, Trivett N, Merten M & Percy, A. (1999) “Integrating the instruction of generic and discipline specific skills into the curriculum: a case study” in Cornerstones: Proceedings of the 1999 HERDSA Conference at http://www.herdsa.org.au/

Skillen, J., Merten, M., Percy, A.. and Trivett, N. (1999, July). Developing interactive online learning resources: setting the parameters for the Unilearning/ CUTSD project. Roundtable discussion at the 1999 International HERDSA Conference, University of Melbourne, Vic.

Wills, S., Albury, R., Zealey, B., Gross, M., Percy, A. & Stace, R. (1999) Production of pedagogic materials for a flexible education. Panel presentation for International Education and Higher Education: International Experiences, Intergovernmental Informatics Program and the Education Program of UNESCO, Regional Office on Science and Technology for Latin America and the Caribbean, Video-conference from UOW to Uruguay. 


1998

Percy, A. (1998). ‘Measuring the Written English Language Skills of University Students: A Diagnostic tool to complement MASUS’. Paper presented at the Tertiary Writing Network: Research and Writing Horizons Colloquium, Massey University, New Zealand.

Skillen, J. (1998). ‘Tertiary Literacy in Males: a diagnostic perspective’. In J. Orrel (Ed.), Advancing International Perspectives: Proceedings of the 1997 HERDSA Conference. Canberra: HERDSA.

Skillen, J., Merten, M., Trivett, N. & Percy, A. (1998). ‘The IDEALL approach to Learning Development: a model for fostering improved literacy and learning outcomes for students’. In Proceedings of the 1998 AARE Conference. Melbourne: Swinburne University.

Trivett, N. & Skillen, J (1998). ‘Using computer technology to integrate instruction in discipline-specific literacy skills into the curriculum: a case study’. In Flexibility: the next wave: Proceedings of the 1998 ASCILITE Conference. Available at http://www.ascilite.org.au/conferences/wollongong98/asc98-pdf/trivettskillen.pdf  


1997

Gluck, R. & Draisma, K. (1997). ‘Mentoring: a rich source of information to network and align student and teacher needs’. Overview. 4 (2).

Gluck, R. & Draisma, K. (1997). The Pipeline Project: An Investigation of Local Infrastructures to Educate Aboriginal Professionals for Community, Professional and Industrial Organisations in the Illawarra and Surrounding Regions. Report commissioned by the Evaluations and Investigations Program, Higher Education Division. Department of Employment, Education, Training and Youth Affairs.

James, B. (1997). ‘Social Identities and Literacy Practices’. In Z. Golebiowski (Ed), Policy and practice of Tertiary Literacy: Selected Proceedings of the First National Conference on Tertiary Literacy: Research and Practice, Vol.1 (pp. 201-218). Melbourne: VUT.

Skillen, J. & Mahony, M. (1997). ‘Literacy and Learning Development in Higher Education: an issue of institutional change’. In P. Jeffrey (Ed.), Higher Education in New Times: Proceedings of the 1997 AARE Conference.

Skillen, J. (1997). ‘Meeting the tertiary literacy challenge: Assessing the problem and providing support for non-traditional students’. In Z. Goliebowski (Ed.), Policy and practice of Tertiary Literacy: Selected Proceedings of the First National Conference on Tertiary Literacy: Research and Practice, Vol.1 (pp. 279-281). Melbourne:VUT.

Skillen, J. (1997). Assessing Tertiary Literacy. The University of Sydney, Orange. 


1996

Skillen, J. (1996). ‘Meeting the Challenge: Tertiary Literacy in a Non-Traditional Institution’. In S. Leong & D. Kirkpatrick (Eds.), Different Approaches: Theory and Practice in Higher Education: Proceedings of the 1996 HERDSA Conference. Canberra: HERDSA. 

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