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2013The challenges and opportunities of online postgraduate coursework programs in a traditional university contextDevonshire, Elizabeth-Anne; Forsyth, Hannah; Reid, Sharon; Simpson, Judith; Northern Clinical School: Anaesthesia; History; School of Public Health: Public Health; School of Public Health: Public HealthThe challenges and opportunities of online postgraduate coursework programs in a traditional university context in Outlooks and Opportunities in Blended and Distance Learning, IGI Global, 2013, pp. 353-368
2006Developing online postgraduate coursework to promote change in animal industriesForsyth, Hannah; Gongora, Jaime; Moran, Christopher; Laxton, Ruth; van der Werf, Julius; History; REPROGEN; Vet Science FacultyDeveloping online postgraduate coursework to promote change in animal industries, N/A, vol.131,(),2006,pp 970-971
2010Distance Education in an Era of eLearning: Challenges and Opportunities for a Campus-Focused InstitutionForsyth, Hannah; Mahony, Mary Jane; Laxton, Ruth; Pizzica, Jenny; History; Health SciencesDistance Education in an Era of eLearning: Challenges and Opportunities for a Campus-Focused Institution, Higher Education Research and Development, vol.29, 1, 2010,pp 15-28
2008The energy of the city: Marshall Berman and New Year's Eve in SydneyForsyth, Hannah; HistoryThe energy of the city: Marshall Berman and New Year's Eve in Sydney, Continuum: Journal of Media and Cultural Studies, vol.22, 2, 2008,pp 241-253
2006Engaging Animal Health Professionals Online in Postgraduate Epidemiology TrainingForsyth, Hannah; Malikides, Nicholas; Toribio, Jenny-Ann; Whittington, Richard; Laxton, R; Sergeant, E.S.G.; History; Vet Science Faculty; Vet Science Faculty; Vet Science FacultyEngaging Animal Health Professionals Online in Postgraduate Epidemiology Training, Proceedings of 11th International Symposium on Veterinary Epidemiology and Economics, vol.11,(),2006,pp N/A-N/A
2009An Innovative Approach to Post-graduate Education in Veterinary Public HealthForsyth, Hannah; Toribio (Lee), Jenny-Ann; Whittington, Richard; Laxton, Ruth; History; Vet Science Faculty; Vet Science FacultyAn Innovative Approach to Post-graduate Education in Veterinary Public Health, Journal of Veterinary Medical Education, vol.36,(1),2009,pp 114-121
2011'Making night hideous with their noise': New Year's Eve in 1897Forsyth, Hannah; History'Making night hideous with their noise': New Year's Eve in 1897, History Australia (Print), vol.8, 2, 2011,pp 66-86
2013Negotiating the benefits of knowledge: Two British scientists in Australian post-war universitiesForsyth, Hannah; HistoryNegotiating the benefits of knowledge: Two British scientists in Australian post-war universities, History of Education Review, vol.42, 1, 2013,pp 24-39
2008Postgraduate coursework in Australia: issues emerging from university and industry collaborationForsyth, Hannah; Moran, Christopher; Taylor, Rosanne; Banks, R; Laxton, Ruth; van der Werf, Julius; History; Vet Science Faculty; Vet Science FacultyPostgraduate coursework in Australia: issues emerging from university and industry collaboration, Higher Education: the international journal of higher education and educational planning, vol.57, 5, 2008,pp 641-655
2017Seeking a New Materialism in Australian HistoryForsyth, Hannah; Loy-Wilson, Sophie; History; HistorySeeking a New Materialism in Australian History, Australian Historical Studies, vol.48, 2, 2017,pp 169-188
2005Sex, Seduction, and Sirens in Love: Norman Lindsay's WomenForsyth, Hannah; HistorySex, Seduction, and Sirens in Love: Norman Lindsay's Women, Antipodes: a North American journal of Australian literature, vol.19,(1),2005,pp 58-66
2016Six doctors of veterinary scienceEgerton, John; Taylor, Rosanne; Forsyth, Hannah; Veterinary Science; Veterinary ScienceSix doctors of veterinary science in Veterinary research at the University of Sydney: The first century, The University of Sydney, 2016, pp. 11-36