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Article

Boon, Helen J., Boon, Lucy, and Bartle, Toby (2021) Does iPad use support learning in students aged 9-14 years? A systematic review. Australian Educational Researcher. (In Press)

Harerimana, Alexis, and Mtshali, Ntombifikile Gloria (2021) Using mobile technologies among undergraduate nursing students for academic purposes in tertiary education: a quantitative survey. Computers, Informatics, Nursing, 39 (5). pp. 257-264.

Harerimana, Alexis, and Mtshali, Ntombifikile Gloria (2020) Conceptualisation of e-learning in nursing education in the context of Rwanda. Journal of Nursing Education and Practice, 10 (6). pp. 26-35.

Anderson, Robyn, and Toh-Heng, Hwee Leng (2019) Factors influencing the use of digital technology in early childhood education. NZ International Research in Early Childhood Education, 22 (1). pp. 15-29.

Bhati, Abhishek, and Song, Insu (2019) New methods for collaborative experiential learning to provide personalised formative assessment. International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning, 14 (7). pp. 179-195.

Carter, Margaret Anne, Lundberg, Anita, Geerlings, Lennie R.C., and Bhati, Abhishek (2019) Shifting landscapes in higher education: a case study of transferable skills and a networked classroom in South-East Asia. Asia Pacific Journal of Education, 39 (4). pp. 436-450.

Morgan, Rhian (2018) Exploring students' uses of and dispositions towards learning technologies in an Australian enabling course. Student Success, 9 (1). pp. 35-46.

Stoodley, Ian, Sayyad Abdi, Elham, Bruce, Christine, and Hughes, Hilary (2018) Learning experiences in a giant interactive environment: insights from The Cube. Journal of Further and Higher Education, 42 (3). pp. 402-414.

Hajhashemi, Karim, Caltabiano, Nerina J., and Anderson, Neil (2018) Lecturers’ perceptions and experience of integrating online videos in higher education. Australian Educational Computing, 33 (1).

Hajhashemi, Karim, Caltabiano, Nerina, Anderson, Neil, and Tabibzadeh, Seyed Asadollah (2018) Multiple intelligences, motivations and learning experience regarding video-assisted subjects in a rural university. International Journal of Instruction, 11 (1). pp. 167-182.

Hajhashemi, Karim, Caltabiano, Nerina J., Anderson, Neil, and Tabibzadeh, Seyed Asadollah (2018) Students' multiple intelligences in video-assisted learning environments. Journal of Computers in Education, 5 (3). pp. 329-348.

Field, Ellen (2017) Climate change: imagining, negotiating, and co-creating future(s) with children and youth. Curriculum Perspectives, 37 (1). pp. 83-89.

Hajhashemi, Karim, Caltabiano, Nerina, and Anderson, Neil (2017) Net-Geners' perceptions of engagement through online videos. Journal of Computers in Education, 4 (3). pp. 321-337.

Hajhashemi, Karim, Anderson, Neil, Jackson, Cliff, and Caltabiano, Nerina (2017) Online learning: increasing learning opportunities. IJAEDU - International E-Journal of Advances in Education, 3 (7). pp. 184-189.

Chappell, Kerry, Walsh, Chris, Wren, Heather, Kenny, Karen, Schmoelz, Alexander, and Stouraitis, Elias (2017) Wise humanising creativity: changing how we create in a virtual learning environment. International Journal of Game-Based Learning, 7 (4). pp. 50-72.

Walsh, Chris, Chappell, Kerry, and Craft, Anna (2017) A co-creativity theoretical framework to foster and evaluate the presence of wise humanising creativity in virtual learning environments (VLEs). Thinking Skills and Creativity, 24. pp. 228-241.

Holland, Claire, and Taylor, Donnalee (2016) Was that said with a smile?: factors influencing effective online negotiations. Australasian Dispute Resolution Journal, 27. pp. 103-110.

Hajhashemi, Karim, Caltabiano, Nerina, and Anderson, Neil (2016) Integrating digital technologies in the classroom: lecturers’ views on flipped classroom approach. Australian and International Journal of Rural Education, 26 (3). pp. 18-29.

Zhang, Sihong (2016) Mobile English learning: an empirical study on an APP, English fun dubbing. International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning, 11 (12). pp. 4-8.

Ahmed, Rafiuddin (2016) The impact of changing assessment: does it make a difference to students' grade performance? Academy of Educational Leadership Journal, 20 (1). pp. 1-9.

Book Chapter

Walsh, Chris, and Campbell, Claire (2018) Introducing coding as a literacy on mobile devices in the early years. In: Oakley, Grace, (ed.) Mobile Technologies in Children’s Language and Literacy: innovative pedagogy in preschool and primary education. Emerald, Bingley, UK, pp. 51-66.

Walsh, C.S. (2017) Anticipatory digital literacies practices for an uncertain future. In: Fok, Wilton, and Li, Vivian Wenting, (eds.) Teaching and Learning with Technology: proceedings of the 2016 Global Conference on Teaching and Learning with Technology. World Scientific, Singapore, pp. 1-12.

Morgan, Rhian, Meldrum, Kathryn, Bryan, Sharon, Mathiesen, Bronwyn, Yakob, Nooraida, Esa, Norizan, and Ziden, Azidah Abu (2017) Embedding digital literacies in curricula: Australian and Malaysian experiences. In: Teh, Geok Bee, and Choy, Siew Chee, (eds.) Empowering 21st Century Learners Through Holistic and Enterprising Learning: selected papers from Tunku Abdul Rahman University College International Conference 2016. Springer, Singapore, pp. 11-19.

Hardy, Dianna, Forest, Elizabeth, McIntosh, Zoe, Myers, Trina, and Gertz, Janine (2016) Moving beyond "just tell me what to code": inducting tertiary ICT students into research methods with aboriginal participants via games design. In: Parker, Callum, (ed.) OzCHI '16 Proceedings of the 28th Australian Conference on Computer-Human Interaction. Association for Computing Machinery, New York, NY, USA, pp. 557-561.

Binder, Marni J., Sorin, Reesa, Nolan, Jason, and Chu, Sarah (2016) Multimodal meaning-making for young children: partnerships through blogging. In: Garvis, Suzanne, and Lemon, Narelle, (eds.) Understanding Digital Technologies and Young Children: an international perspective. Taylor and Francis, London, UK, pp. 92-111.

Walsh, Christopher S., and Schmoelz, Alexander (2016) Stop the Mob! Pre-service teachers designing a serious game to challenge bullying. In: de Gloria, Alessandro de Gloria, and Veltkamp, Remco, (eds.) Games and Learning Alliance. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 9599 . Springer, Basel, Switzerland, pp. 431-440.

Conference Item

Hajhashemi, Karim, and Caltabiano, Nerina (2018) Blended learning: uncovering challenges in implementing online videos in higher education. In: Redesigning Learning for Greater Social Impact: Taylor’s 9th Teaching and Learning Conference 2016 Proceedings. pp. 113-118. From: TTLC 2016: Taylor's 9th Teaching and Learning Conference, 12-13 November 2016, Subang Jaya, Malaysia.

Chaw, Lee, and Tang, Chun Meng (2018) Improving learners' inclination to complete online courses: motivation and engagement factors. In: Proceedings of the 17th European Conference on e-Learning. pp. 90-98. From: ECEL 2018: 17th European Conference on e-Learning, 1-2 November 2018, Athens, Greece.

Russo, Kerry, Eagle, Lynne, Emtage, Nick, and Low, David (2018) Mind the Divide: digital fluency and disadvantage. In: Proceedings of the Australian & New Zealand Marketing Academy Conference. pp. 485-488. From: ANZMAC 2018: Australian & New Zealand Marketing Academy Conference, 3-5 December 2018, Adelaide, SA, Australia.

Morgan, Rhian, Bryan, Sharon, Meldrum, Kathryn, Mathiesen, Bronwyn, and Hill, Angela (2016) Using an adaptive e-learning curriculum to enhance digital literacy: challenges and opportunities. In: Proceedings of the Australian Association for Research in Education Conference. From: AARE 2016: Australian Association for Research in Education Conference, 27 November - 1 December 2016, Melbourne, VIC, Australia.

Toh-Heng, Hwee Leng (2016) Using cloud drive for collaborative learning in adult training. In: Proceedings of the 15th World Conference on Mobile and Contextual Learning. pp. 233-238. From: mLearn 2016: 15th World Conference on Mobile and Contextual Learning: mobile learning futures - sustaining quality research and practice in mobile learrning, 24-26 October 2016, Sydney, NSW, Australia.

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