Learning Partnerships

Papers presented at the 24th HERDSA Annual Conference

8-11 July 2001

Newcastle, Australia

© HERDSA 2001 All rights reserved

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Paper Title

Authors

File Name

CREATING PARTNERSHIPS IN A DISTRIBUTED LEARNING ENVIRONMENT: SOME LESSONS LEARNED

R. Albury, G. Lefoe, C. Littler, N. Trivett

Albury_Lefoe_Littler

PARTNERS IN CARE

D. Armitage and I. Stein

Armitage_Stein

INVESTIGATING WAYS OF SEEING IT RESEARCH: A TOOL FOR FACILITATING EFFECTIVE RESEARCH PARTNERSHIPS?

C. Bruce and B. Pham

Bruce_Pham

THE ACADEMIC STAFF - UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH PARTNERSHIP

F. Bullen

Bullen_F

ASTHMA AND LEARNING

Margaret Carmody

Carmody_M

DEVELOPING LEARNING PARTNERSHIPS ACROSS CULTURES AND ONLINE: HOW OFF-SHORE ACADEMICS EXPERIENCE A FLEXIBLE STAFF DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM

Dr Siew Choo Soo, Ying Oon Tan and Dr Peter Jamieson

ChooSoo_OonTan_Jamieson

THE LEARNING ENHANCEMENT ENVELOPE: ONE PROVINCES APPROACH TO CREATING LEARNING PARTNERSHIPS

U.Chugh, T. Anderson, J. Baggaley, T. Buell, W. Fricker, J. Hoddinott, R. Jeune, L. Prindle

Chugh_Anderson_Hoddinott

WAVING NOT DROWNING: A PEER TUTORING PARTNERSHIP

K. Cleary and J.S.C. Goh

Cleary_Goh

CREATIVE ADAPTATION TO TECHNOLOGICAL REVOLUTION THROUGH PARTNERSHIPS: AN EXPLORATORY CASE STUDY INVOLVING THE EVALUATION OF ONLINE LECTURES IN ORGANISATION BEHAVIOUR

E. Creese and J. Kemelfield

Creese_E

THE VALUE OF ASSESSING LEARNING STRATEGIES FOR EFFECTIVE LEARNERS AND TEACHING: STRENGTHENING THE PARTNERSHIP BETWEEN LEARNING AND TEACHERS

B. De La Harpe and A. Radloff

Delaharpe_Radloff

COMMENCING STUDENTSí BELIEFS ABOUT SUCCESS AT UNIVERSITY

A. Doring, B. Bingham and A. Bramwell-Vial

Doring_Bingham

TUTORS, GROUPS AND ACCESS: THE PARTNERSHIP OF ONLINE PBL

Ann Elias and Peter Kandlbinder

Elias_Kandlbinder

PETS ASSOC - A NOVEL APPROACH FOR INTERACTIVE WEB-BASED EDUCATIONAL PARTNERSHIPS

K. Fatima-Shad and K. Cleary

FatimaShad_Cleary

SHOOTING YOURSELF IN THE FOOT? AN INVESTIGATION OF SOME ISSUES IN CONDUCTING INSIDER RESEARCH

Pip Bruce Ferguson and Bruce Ferguson

Ferguson_PB

DEVELOPING CRITICAL PARTNERSHIPS - A NOVEL INDUCTION EXERCISE FOR THE NEW UNDERGRADUATE

S. Gaskin

Gaskin_S

A MAJOR TURNING POINT - THE UK LEARNING AND TEACHING SUPPORT NETWORK (LTSN)

S. Gaskin

Gaskin_Steve

KOORI YOUTH ACCESS PROJECT: A REPORT ON THE FIRST STAGE IN DEVELOPING A PARTNERSHIP BETWEEN THE UNIVERSITY OF SYDNEY WITH THE COMMUNITY OF INDIGENOUS STUDENTS IN WESTERN SYDNEY AND THEIR SCHOOLS

Bruno Gelonesi

Gelonesi_B

LEARNING PARTNERSHIPS: A COMPREHENSIVE APPROACH TO ACADEMIC STAFF DEVELOPMENT

Allan Goody and Deborah Ingram

Goody_Ingram

RESOURCES TO AID STAFF DEVELOPMENT FOR FLEXIBLE LEARNING

R. Hadgraft, J. Prpic and A. Ellis

Hadgraft_Prpic_Ellis

NEW ZEALAND TERTIARY LEARNING DEVELOPERS: LEARNING PARTNERS IN COMMUNITIES OF PRACTICE

Neil Haigh and Margaret Selman Brown

Haigh_SelmanBrown

ESTABLISHING LEARNING PARTNERSHIPS THROUGH CO-OPERATIVE ACADEMIC PROGRAMMES: A SOUTH AFRICAN PERSPECTIVE

H. Hay

Hay_D

TEACHING LARGE CLASSES: AN AUTC PROJECT ON THE EVALUATION AND DISSEMINATION OF BEST PRACTICE IN AUSTRALIAN UNIVERSITIES

D. Herbert, D. Chalmers, R. Hannam, D. Terry and O. Lipp

Herbert_Chalmers_Terry

TEACHING: TRUSTING TO LISTEN

J. Hobson

Hobson_J

CATLYSTS FOR CHANGE: A UNIVERSITY NETWORK FOR ADVANCING TEACHING AND LEARNING

Deborah Ingram and Eileen Thompson

Ingram_Thompson

PARTNERSHIPS, REFLECTION, ASSESSMENT AND TEACHER DEVELOPMENT: ATTEMPTS TO FACILITATE TEACHER DEVELOPMENT THROUGH ASSESSMENT

Kathy Jenkins and Linley Lloyd

Jenkins_Lloyd

TRADITIONAL & FLEXIBLE LEARNING STYLES: PARTNERS OR ENEMIES

Neryla Jolly, Bruno Gelonesi, Gary Lee and Peter Kench

Jolly_Gelonesi_Lee_Kench

PARTNERSHIP: USING DIFFERENT STRATEGIES TO REACH ITS MOMENTUM

F. Khavarpour and B. Gelonesi

Khavapour_Gelonesi

"COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIPS": A SUSTAINED SCHOOL, BUSINESS AND UNIVERSITY PARTNERSHIP STRATEGY TO ENHANCE PARTICIPATION, RETENTION AND SUCCESS OF EQUITY TARGETED STUDENTS

Faye Langdon and Caroline Mason-Rogers

Langdon_MasonRogers

WHAT FACILITATES LEARNING IN MY UNIVERSITY CLASSES? THE STUDENTSí ACCOUNT

M. Lawson and H. Askell-Williams

Lawson_Williams

CHOOSE YOUR PARTNERS: FLEXIBLE PROVISION OF HIGHER EDUCATION IN AUSTRALIA

P. Ling and G. Arger

Ling_P

A FUTURE FOR AUSTRALIAN BIOTECHNOLOGY THROUGH PARTNERING SCIENCES AND ENGINEERING

Michael Linich

Linich_M

MEETING OF MINDS - CLASHING OF CULTURES: EVOLUTION OF TEACHING PRACTICE TO ENGAGE STUDENTS AS CO-LEARNERS

L. Lobry de Bruyn and J. Prior

LobryDeBruyn_Prior

"TEACHING MATHEMATICS" COURSE AT MCMASTER UNIVERSITY - PARTNERSHIP FOR TEACHING AND LEARNING

M. Lovric

Lovric_M

PARTNERSHIPS FOR PROGRESS: MUTUAL BENEFITS IN A PROTOCOL TRIAL FOR PEER REVIEW OF RESOURCE-BASED LEARNING MATERIALS

M. Mahony

Mahony_MJ

INNOVATIVE MODULES FOR PHOTONICS AND LASER STUDENT EDUCATION

R. Minasian and K. Alameh

Minasian_Alameh

DISTANCE LEARNING PARTNERSHIPS: GLOBALIZATION AND LOCALIZATION

P. Mochida

Mochida_P

TEACHING BUSINESS: AN INTERDISCIPLLINARY, COLLABORATIVE APPROACH

L. Murphy

Murphy_L

RESEARCH DEVELOPMENT: ADOPTING A PARTNERSHIP MODEL

K. Naidoo

Naidoo_K

INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGN PARTNERSHIPS ACROSS UNIVERSITIES: MOTIVATIONS, METHODS AND MEASURES

M. Northcote and A. Kendle

Northcote_Kendle

SUCCESSFUL ONLINE UNIT DEVELOPMENT THROUGH STAFF LEARNING PARTNERSHIPS

M. Northcote

Northcote_M

TRANSFORMATIONAL PARTNERSHIPS: INDUCTION, CHANGE AND LEARNING ORGANISATIONS

Ted Nunan

Nunan_T

QUALITY TEACHING AND LEARNING CIRCLES: A PRACTICE FOR IMPROVING THE TEACHING AND LEARNING CULTURE AT THE UNIVERSITY LEVEL

A. Percy, W. Vialle, G. Turcotte, D. Montgomery, F. Naghdy

Percy_Montgomery_Vialle

MAPPING THE TERTIARY LITERACY SKILLS OF THE BACHELOR OF COMMERCE: A STEP TOWARDS INTER-DISCIPLINARY DIALOGUE AND COHESIVE SKILLS DEVELOPMENT IN A DEGREE PROGRAM

A. Percy, J. Moore, A. Mitchell

Percy_Moore_Mitchell

THE PSYCHOLOGICAL FOUNDATIONS OF ACADEMIC LEARNING SUPPORT

E. Pollock and N. Trivett

Pollock_Trivett

THE UNILEARNING PROJECT: ONLINE ACADEMIC LEARNING SUPPORT

E. Pollock, N. Trivett, J. Skillen, A. Percy and B. James

Pollick_Trivett_Skillen

FAIRYTALES IN ICT: A CAUTIONARY TALE

M. Robertson, V. Carrington, S. Dole

Robertson_Carrington_Dole

PARTNERSHIP ONCE THE HONEYMOON IS OVER

J. Conway and R. Sharkey

Sharkey_Conway

CREATING PARTNERSHIPS IN SUPPORTING STUDENT LEARNING: A PARADIGM SHIFT IN LEARNING SUPPORT

J. Skillen, A. Percy, N. Trivett and B. James

Skillen_Percy_Trivett

LEARNING PARTNERSHIPS BETWEEN EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS: INSIGHTS FROM THE LITERATURE AND IMPLICATIONS FOR FUTURE EFFORTS

Alan Smith

Smith_A

PARTNERS IN LEARNING AND TEACHING: REFLECTIONS ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF A PEER MENTOR PROGRAM

Viv Stephens, Sandra Billard, Natalie Radomski and Liz Hartmann

Stephens_Billard_Radomski

LAW AND RELIGION: TOWARDS A MORE INCLUSIVE LEGAL EDUCATION

D. Stepniak, M. Warner, E. Santhanam

Stepniak_Warner_Santhanam

NEWLINC: COLLABORATIVE LEARNING SPACE

C. Stewart, R. Bennic, K. Noble and M. Barros

Stewart_Bennic_Noble_Barros

"HAVING COFFEE" WITH PROFESSORS AND STUDENTS TO TALK ABOUT HIGHER EDUCATION PEDAGOGY AND ACADEMIC SUCCESS

J. Tavares, I Brzezinski and I. Huet Silva

Tavares_Brzezinski_Huetsilva

ENHANCING SELF-DIRECTED LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES FOR SCIENCE STUDENTS: SCIENCE INQUIRY AT MCMASTER UNIVERSITY

K. Trim, M. Lovric, D. Harnish, D. Roy, D. Maurer, R. Butler

Trim_Lovric_Harnish

NEW PARTNERSHIPS IN SUPPORTING POSTGRADUATE RESEARCH

N. Trivett, J. Skillen and B. James

Trivett_Skillen_James

PARTNERSHIP WITH INDUSTRY AND BETWEEN DISCIPLINES - DO THEY ACHIEVE THEIR GOALS

Paul Wellington

Wellington_P