Publications by: Lyn Courtney

Also publishes as (Lyn G. Courtney, Linda Courtney, L. Courtney)

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Anderson, Neil, Courtney, Linda, Hajhashemi, Karim, and Zee, Ruth (2014) Addressing the falling interest in school science in rural and remote areas using experiments and science fairs. World Applied Sciences Journal, 30 (12). pp. 1839-1851.

Courtney, Lyn G., Caltabiano, Nerina J., and Caltabiano, Marie L. (2013) Developing conceptual models of psychosocial well-being: pursuing better health outcomes. In: Caltabiano, Marie L., and Ricciardelli, Lina A., (eds.) Applied Topics in Health Psychology. Wiley-Blackwell, Chichester, UK, pp. 112-133.

Courtney, L., Caltabiano, N., and Caltabiano, M. (2012) Retirement attitude and unknown caregiving roles: findings from the Australian baby boom career women national survey. In: Abstracts from the International Psychogeriatric Association International Meeting, p. 122. From: IPA 2012: International Psychogeriatric Association International Meeting, 7-11 September 2012, Cairns, QLD, Australia.

Anderson, Neil, and Courtney, Linda (2011) Students using Indigenous knowledge in video game creation to develop design thinking skills. In: Felicia, Patrick , (ed.) Handbook of Research on Improving Learning and Motivation Through Educational Games: Multidisciplinary Approaches. ISI Global, Hershey PA, pp. 806-819.

Courtney, Lyn, and Anderson, Neil (2010) Do rural and regional students in Queensland experience an ICT "turn-off" in the early high school years? Australian Educational Computing, 25 (2). pp. 7-11.

Courtney, Lyn, Anderson, Neil, and Lankshear, Colin (2010) Middle school students and digital technology use: implications from research. In: Lee, Mal , and Finger, Glenn , (eds.) Developing a Networked School Community: A Guide to Realising the Vision. ACER Press, Camberwell, VIC, Australia, pp. 229-239.

Courtney, Lyn, Lankshear, Colin, Anderson, Neil, and Timms, Carolyn (2009) Insider Perspectives vs. Public Perceptions of ICT: toward policy for enhancing female student participation in academic pathways to professional careers in ICT. Policy Futures in Education, 7 (1). pp. 44-64.

Courtney, Lyn, and Anderson, Neil (2009) Knowledge transfer between Australia and China. Journal of Knowledge Based Innovation in China, 1 (3). pp. 206-226.

Courtney, Lyn, Caltabiano, Nerina , and Caltabiano, Marie (2008) Australian baby boom career women reject 'retirement' and embrace 're-evolvement'. In: Proceedings of 43rd Australian Psychological Society (APS) annual conference: psychology leading change , pp. 135-139. From: 43rd Australian Psychological Society (APS) Annual Conference: Psychology Leading Change, 23-27 September 2008, Hobart, TAS, Australia.

Anderson, Neil, Lankshear, Colin, Timms, Carolyn, and Courtney, Lyn (2008) 'Because it's boring, irrelevant and I don't like computers': why high school girls avoid professionally-orientated ICT subjects. Computers & Education, 50 (4). pp. 1304-1318.

Anderson, Neil , Timms, Carolyn , Courtney, Lyn, and Lankshear, Colin (2008) Girls and information communication technology (ICT). In: Yelland, Nicola, Neal, Greg A., and Dakich, Eva, (eds.) Rethinking Education with ICT. Sense Publishers, The Netherlands, pp. 181-201.

Timms, Carolyn, Lankshear, Colin, Anderson, Neil, and Courtney, Linda (2008) Riding a hydra: women ICT professionals' perceptions of working in the Australian ICT industry. Information Technology and People, 21 (2). pp. 155-177.

Anderson, Neil, Timms, Carolyn, and Courtney, Lyn (2007) And twelve months later, we are still waiting…: Insights into teaching and use of ICT in rural and remote Australian Schools. Seminar.net , 3 (3). pp. 1-11.

Courtney, Lyn, Caltabiano, Nerina, and Caltabiano, Marie (2007) Focus group findings: successful ageing of Australian baby boom career women. In: Proceedings of the 42nd Australian Psychological Society Annual Conference, pp. 113-117. From: 42nd Annual Conference of the Australian Psychological Society, 25-29 September 2007, Brisbane, QLD, Australia.

Timms, Carolyn, Courtney, Lyn, and Anderson, Neil (2006) Secondary girls perceptions of advanced ICT subjects: are they boring and irrelevant? Australian Educational Computing, 21 (2). pp. 3-8.

Timms, Carolyn, Courtney, Lyn, and Anderson, Neil (2006) Dimensions of 'boring': secondary girls' perceptions of advanced ICT subjects. In: Proceedings of the Australian Computers in Education Conference 2006. From: ACEC 2006 Australian Computers in Education Conference 2006, 2-4 October 2006, Cairns, QLD, Australia.

Courtney, Lyn, Timms, Carolyn, and Anderson, Neil (2006) "I would rather spend time with a person than a machine": qualitative findings from the girls and ICT survey. In: Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Qualitative Research in IT & IT in Qualitative Research, pp. 51-57. From: 3rd International Conference on Qualitative Research in IT & IT in Qualitative Research, 27-29 November 2006, Brisbane, QLD, Australia.

Anderson, Neil, Timms, Carolyn, and Courtney, Lyn (2006) "If you want to advance in the ICT industry, you have to work harder than your male peers." Women in ICT Industry Survey: preliminary findings. In: Proceedings of the 2006 Australian Women in IT Conference. From: AusWIT 2006 10th Australian Women in IT Conference: partICipaTion one year on, 4-5 December 2006, Adelaide, SA, Australia.

Courtney, Lyn, Caltabiano, Nerina, and Caltabiano, Marie (2006) Successful ageing of Australian Baby Boom career women: preliminary findings from the Far North Queensland Focus Group. In: Proceedings of the 39th Annual Conference of the Australian Association of Gerontology, pp. 41-51. From: 39th Annual Conference of the Australian Association of Gerontology, 22-24 November 2006, Sydney, NSW, Australia.

Courtney, Lyn (2006) Voices of Australian baby boom career women: preliminary findings from focus groups. In: Proceedings of the 5th National Conference for Emerging Researchers in Ageing, pp. 86-89. From: 5th National Conference for Emerging Researchers in Ageing, 21 November 2006, Sydney, NSW, Australia.

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