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 Program Schedule

 Tuesday 11 July 2006

 Confererence Day 2

Room Allocation Legend
Club Arts
Theatre/Auditorium Club AUD Room G.60 AR G.60
Seminar Room 1 Club SR 1 Room G.61 AR G.61
Seminar Room 2 Club SR 2 Room G.62 AR G.62
Seminar Room 3 Club SR 3 Room 1.60 AR 1.60
Case Study Room Club CSR Room 1.61 AR 1.61
Private Dining Room Club PDR Room 1.62 AR 1.62

Research in Higher Education

Start

End

Session 1

Session 2

Session 3

Session 4

Session 5

Session 6

Session 7

Session 8

Session 9

8:30

8:55

Registration & Coffee

9:00

9:15

Housekeeping

9:15

10:30

Link to keynote recordingLink to keynote recordingKeynote Address: Professor Ian Frazer, Australian of the Year and Director, Centre for Immuniology and Cancer Research, University of Queensland
Auditorium, University Club

10:30

10:55

AM Break

 

 

Club CSR

Club PDR

AR G.60

CLUB SR 3

AR G.61

AR G.62

AR 1.60

AR 1.61

AR 1.62

11:00

11:55

1.1
Spotlights

Authentic Learning

1.2
Spotlights

Student Experience

1.3
Workshop

Product-based Planning

1.4
Panorama

Research practice

1.5
Snapshots

Assessment

1.6
Focus Group

Research practice

1.7
Snapshots

Academic Development

1.8
Snapshots

Internationalisation

1.9

 
085  view abstract
Spotlight
Authentic learning in crime prevention practice

Catherine Layton


179  view abstract
Spotlight
Partners in professional experience: A collaborative model

Natalie Brown,
Kate Shipway


281  view abstract
Spotlight
Authentic conditions for authentic assessment: Aligning task and assessment

Jan Herrington,
Anthony Herrington


095  view abstract
Spotlight
Learning across communities of practice: How postgraduate students cope with returning to higher education in an international setting

Lois Smith


159  view abstract
Spotlight
Guided by the philosophy of constructive alignment, directed by the realisation of niche construction

Colin Jones


270  view abstract
Spotlight
Framing the discourse practices of Higher Education: Academic literacies, hidden cultures and the transition experience of postgraduate Chinese students

Lesley Gourlay


154  view abstract
Critical Insights
Modelling new directions with product-based planning

Virginia King


290  view abstract
Symposium
Critical times: An exploration of recent evaluations of researcher development needs

Shelda Debowski


367  view abstract
Snapshot
Career researchers: On the edge or leading edge?

Sarah Dunlop


368  view abstract
Snapshot
Don’t do what I did: The importance of research mentorship

Nigel Laing,
Kristen Nowak


176  view abstract
Snapshot
An inquiry and planning framework for student research skill development

John Willison,
Kerry O'Regan


180  view abstract
Snapshot
Quantitative and qualitative analysis of one cohort’s research skill development throughout a first year course

Kerry O'Regan,
John Willison


209  view abstract
Snapshot
Authentic laboratory assessment in molecular biology

Annette Koenders,
Vidar Gynnild,
Lynne Hunt


070  view abstract
Focus Group
Perception of assessment in Economics

Tommy Tang


319  view abstract
Focus Group
What does a university stand for? Higher education in the age of sustainable development

Bland Tomkinson,
Charles Engel


116  view abstract
Snapshot
Enabling professional learning about assessment through the work of others: A case in progress

Gail Wilson,
Rosemary Thomson,
Janne Malfroy


236  view abstract
Snapshot
Food for thought: nurturing the scholarship of teaching and learning in the health sciences

Dale Wache


303  view abstract
Snapshot
Engaging nationally in a discipline based community of practice: Lessons for success

Simon Barrie,
Geoffrey Crisp,
M.A. Buntine,
S.H. Kable,
J. Read,
R.B. Bucat,
I.M Jamie,
A.V. George


146  view abstract
Snapshot
Integrating discipline-based reading into university preparation programs to improve intercultural and international learning

Robert Kennelly,
Anna Maldoni


170  view abstract
Snapshot
A Focus on assisting NESB academics in improving their communication in the classroom

Ursula McGowan


175  view abstract
Snapshot
Dealing with difference, diversity and the dodgy: International students in Australian clinical contexts

Robyn Woodward-Kron,
Louisa Remedios


054  view abstract
Focus Group
For developing successful learning strategies in teaching: The analysis of students’ ideas

Burckin DAL


065  view abstract
Snapshot
If you build it, they will come: Meeting the challenges of internationalization at Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM)

Hafriza Burhanudeen


157  view abstract
Snapshot
Early career researchers’ responses to recent and impending policy changes in the higher education sector

Eva Bendix Petersen


229  view abstract
Focus Group
Growing an assessment culture

Hesta Friedrich-Nel,
Linda De Jager


256  view abstract
Focus Group
A review of current challenges in international higher education

Brian Denman


12:00

13:55

Lunch [Campus Tour - 12:50]

13:00

13:55

HERDSA AGM

 

 

Club CSR

Club PDR

AR G.60

CLUB SR 3

AR G.61

AR G.62

AR 1.60

AR 1.61

14:00

14:55

2.1
Spotlights

Reflective Practice

2.2
Spotlights

Teaching-Research Nexus

2.3
Workshop

Higher Education Context

2.4
Snapshots

Academic Development

2.5
Snapshots

Research Supervision

2.6
Snapshots

Foundations of University Teaching

2.7
Snapshots

Problem Based Learning

2.8
Critical Focus

Personal Learning Journeys
071  view abstract
Spotlight
Talking among ourselves? A personal journey across the silos of educational research

Bruce Macfarlane


165  view abstract
Spotlight
First year students’ perceptions of the importance of good teaching: Not all things are equal

Craig Zimitat


168  view abstract
Spotlight
Representing the self in education; the tensions of authorship, authenticity and authority

Damian Ruth


094  view abstract
Spotlight
Research and teaching in a new generation university: Emerging dimensions and academics’ attitudes

Dieter Fink


257  view abstract
Spotlight
Learning through undergraduate research: Encouraging a holistic approach to the teaching-research nexus

Alysia Debowski


371  view abstract
Workshop
What keeps you working in a University? - Incentives,rewards and recognition

Annie Holdsworth,
Sandra Jones


253  view abstract
Snapshot
Education, gender and sexual diversity

Nilson Dinis


352  view abstract
Snapshot
Unlocking student potential: Teaching and learning enhancement initiatives

Alison Holmes


357  view abstract
Snapshot
Evidence-based curriculum change: Some findings from a study of curriculum implementation in an undergraduate human biology unit

Georgina Fyfe


362  view abstract
Snapshot
Excellence in university teaching: A new beginning in Pakistan

Zarrin Saddiqui,
Nighat Jabeen


268  view abstract
Snapshot
Supervising doctoral students off-shore: Critical directions for discussion

Tania Aspland


304  view abstract
Snapshot
Postgraduate communities of practice: Cohorts, research development programmes, guardian supervisors and research capacity building

Gina Wisker


326  view abstract
Snapshot
Climbing the thesis mountain - Research Students' Writing Needs

Rolene Lamm


328  view abstract
Snapshot
Students in allied health sciences may well become life-long researchers. An educator's reflections on student poster presentations.

Rose Leontini


172  view abstract
Snapshot
Learning in-between: The role of collective reflection in academic professional development

Gayle Morris


202  view abstract
Snapshot
Outcomes of a foundation course for learning and teaching: Changes in participants’ practice one year on

John Willison


329  view abstract
Snapshot
Teacher talk and lessons for the teaching of teachers

Mark Barrow


100  view abstract
Snapshot
Curriculum Reflection: Improving problem based learning

Sandra Carr


189  view abstract
Snapshot
Portfolio assessment: First year engineering students' perceptions

Beena Giridharan


234  view abstract
Snapshot
Learning about learning: From student learning to the learning organisation

Tessa Owens,
Bill Norton


347  view abstract
Snapshot
Student directed learning: Learning which way is up with practice and theory

Brenda Scott-Ladd


087  view abstract
Snapshot
Reflections of a first year coordinator in relation to undergraduate student needs

Andrew Campbell


135  view abstract
Snapshot
Academic staff development through community engagement: The ‘Logic Study Day’

Cheryl Kerr


214  view abstract
Snapshot
Toward a student centred learning environment

Michael Pearson


 

 

Club CSR

Club PDR

AR G.60

CLUB SR 3

AR G.61

AR G.62

AR 1.60

AR 1.62

15:00

15:55

3.1
Spotlights

Challenging Students

3.2
Spotlights

Research Practice

3.3
Workshop

Internationalisation

3.4
Snapshots

Higher Education Context

3.5
Snapshots

Academic Development

3.6
Snapshots

Teaching–Research Nexus

3.7
Snapshots

Quality Assurance

3.8
Critical Conversations

265  view abstract
Spotlight
Positively speaking – actively listening: Interdisciplinary reflections on lecturing as valuable in higher education

Eleanor Sandry


283  view abstract
Spotlight
A preliminary exploration of the efficacy of self-directed learning in a new PBL medical course

Michael Tarttelin,
Barbara Miflin,
Georgina Fyfe


285  view abstract
Spotlight
Facilitating students’ critical transition capabilities in a first year nursing course

Jill Lawrence


156  view abstract
Spotlight
Critical reflections on international collaborative research

Jennie Billot,
J. Tim Goddard,
Neil Cranston


200  view abstract
Spotlight
Variation in ways of experiencing dissemination: Implications for the adoption and adaptation of teaching and learning innovation projects

Jo McKenzie,
Shirley Alexander


282  view abstract
Spotlight
Reaching outside of the discipline: Chemistry teachers or organisational developers?

William Adlong,
Dan Bedgood,
Andrea Bishop


164  view abstract
Spotlight
“I can get by with a little help from my friends” Peer Mentoring - critical friends for the reflective practitioner

Wendy Baker,
Aly McNicoll


119  view abstract
Snapshot
The Global University Alliance and the AUT Experience

Andrew Higgins


243  view abstract
Snapshot
Changing practice in higher education: Where’s the room?

Caroline Owen,
Catherine Pocknee,
Julie Mulvaney


274  view abstract
Snapshot
Transitioning from industry to multi-level academia: Reflections from a lecturer's perspective

David Skelton,
Lesley Petersen


300  view abstract
Snapshot
What gets in the way of quality teaching?: A critical perspective

Lynne Hunt,
Margaret Potter


092  view abstract
Snapshot
Make meaning of the assessment. Engaging teaching staff with an analysis of their assessment results

Geoffrey Crisp,
Edward Palmer


169  view abstract
Snapshot
Improving publication output: Our learning journeys in forming an academic writing group

Rosemary Levy Chang,
Fiona Wahr,
Zhen Zheng,
Barbara Polus,
Jenny Sim


375  view abstract
Snapshot
Voices to value or concerns to disregard: Sessional staff notion of worth

Marguerite Cullity


228  view abstract
Snapshot
"Inverting" research supervision

Hesta Friedrich-Nel,
Driekie Hay


262  view abstract
Snapshot
"What we don't talk about when we talk about race": Challenges to Researching Multicultural Studies

Rahil Ismail


153  view abstract
Snapshot
Entrepreneurial educators: Critical thinking in teaching and learning practices within a reflective and visionary landscape

Rose van Son


197  view abstract
Snapshot
Managing student plagiarism—critical first-stage decision-making

Shelley Yeo


272  view abstract
Snapshot
Insights about learning and teaching from AUQA commendations

Barbara de la Harpe,
Alex Radloff


231  view abstract
Snapshot
Emancipatory higher education vs. exploitive higher education: Whose needs are we attending to?

Parviz Alavinia


302  view abstract
Snapshot
University affiliation as a strategy for higher education development

Phenyo Nthaga


15:55

16:25

Networking Break

16:30

17:45

Link to keynote recordingKeynote Address: Associate Professor Helen Milroy, University of Western Australia
Auditorium, University Club

18:15

21:00

Birds of a Feather Dinners
This is an informal, low key evening where you will be able to relax and meet colleagues with like interests, or new acquaintances. Or simply choose a local restaurant where the menu sounds inviting! All are easily accessible from the conference venue.