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2003Automated marking of individualised spreadsheet assignments: the impact of different formative self-assessment optionsBlayney, Paul; Freeman, Mark; Accounting; Office L&T in Economics & BusinessAutomated marking of individualised spreadsheet assignments: the impact of different formative self-assessment options, 7th International Computer Assisted Assessment Conference, vol.1,(),2003,pp 45-63
2005Binding: hope for BondingStenglin, Maree; Office L&T in Economics & BusinessBinding: hope for Bonding, ISFC 2005: Parallel Papers, vol.N/A, 2005, pp. 52-N/A
2011A Brave New World: Australian Learning Outcomes in Accounting EducationFreeman, Mark; Hancock, Phil; Office L&T in Economics & BusinessA Brave New World: Australian Learning Outcomes in Accounting Education, Accounting Education, vol.20, 3, 2011,pp 265-273
2008Building community in academic settings: the importance of flexibility in a structured mentoring programBarrie, Simon; Bell, Amani; Ewing, Robyn; Freeman, Mark; O'Connor, Donna; Sykes, Christopher; Waugh, Frances; Institute Teaching and Learning; Institute Teaching and Learning; School Development & Learning; Accounting; Fac Ed & Soc Wk - Research; Office L&T in Economics & Business; Fac Ed & Soc Wk - ResearchBuilding community in academic settings: the importance of flexibility in a structured mentoring program, Mentoring and Tutoring: Partnership in Learning, vol.16, 3, 2008,pp 294-310
2006The case for assessable in-class team-based learningClark, Stephen; Freeman, Mark; McGrath-Champ, Susan; Taylor, Lucy; Office L&T in Economics & Business; Office L&T in Economics & Business; Work and Organisational Studies; Institute Teaching & LearningThe case for assessable in-class team-based learning, Uniserve Science The University of Sydney Symposium Proceedings - Assessment in Science Teaching and Learning, September 28, 2006, vol.N/A,(),2006,pp 50-55
2007The challenge of mentoring in academic settings: A pilot studyAhmed nee Bell, Amani; Barrie, Simon; Ewing, Robyn; Freeman, Mark; O'Connor, Donna; Shields, John; Spicer, Paula; Waugh, Frances; Institute Teaching & Learning; Institute Teaching & Learning; School Development & Learning; Office L&T in Economics & Business; Fac Ed & Soc Wk - Research; Work and Organisational Studies; Economics Faculty Admin; Fac Ed & Soc Wk - ResearchThe challenge of mentoring in academic settings: A pilot study, AARE 2006. Engaging Pedagogies, vol.N/A,(),2007,pp 1-18
2007A collaborative approach to improving academic honestyClarkeburn, Henriikka; Freeman, Mark; Treleaven, Lesley; International Business; Office L&T in Economics & Business; Office L&T in Economics & BusinessA collaborative approach to improving academic honesty in Transforming a university: the scholarship of teaching and learning in practice, University of Sydney Press, 2007, pp. 153-161
2006Collaborative Learning in a 3D Virtual Place: Investigating the Role of Place in a Virtual Learning EnvironmentClark, Stephen; Maher, Mary-Lou; Office L&T in Economics & Business; ArchitectureCollaborative Learning in a 3D Virtual Place: Investigating the Role of Place in a Virtual Learning Environment, Advanced Technology for Learning, vol.3,(4),2006,pp 250-254
2009Critical action research and organizational ethnographyTreleaven, Lesley; Sykes, Chris; Office L&T in Economics & BusinessCritical action research and organizational ethnography in Organizational Ethnography: Studying the Complexity of Everyday Life, Sage Publications, 2009, pp. 215-230
2010A critical evaluation of the usefulness of a coding scheme to categorise levels of reflective thinkingBell (nee Ahmed), Amani; Kelton, Jill; McDonagh, Nadia; Mladenovic, Rosina; Morrison, Kellie; Institute Teaching and Learning; Office L&T in Economics & Business; Office L&T in Economics & Business; Accounting; Office L&T in Economics & BusinessA critical evaluation of the usefulness of a coding scheme to categorise levels of reflective thinking, Assessment and Evluation in Higher Education, vol.N/A, N/A, 2010,pp 1-19
2010Deploying Student Diversity as a Microcosm of the World: Teaching Work and Employment Issues in an Internationalised ClassroomMcGrath-Champ, Susan; Taylor, Lucy; Zou, Mimi; Work and Organisational Studies; Office L&T in Economics & Business; Marketing & Student RecruitmenDeploying Student Diversity as a Microcosm of the World: Teaching Work and Employment Issues in an Internationalised Classroom, Deploying Student Diversity as a Microcosm of the World: Teaching Work and Employment Issues in an Internationalised Classroom, vol.1, 2010, pp. 110-132
2008Developing Intercultural Competence: ALTC Project UpdateFreeman, Mark; Ramburuth, Prem; Sykes, Christopher; Treleaven, Lesley; Fletcher, Marty; Leask, Betty; Ridings, Simon; Simpson, Lyn; Office L&T in Economics & Business; International Business; Office L&T in Economics & Business; Office L&T in Economics & BusinessDeveloping Intercultural Competence: ALTC Project Update, HERDSA, vol.30,(3),2008,pp 17-19
2012A dissemination methodology for learning and teaching developments through engaging and embeddingOrmiston, Jarrod Leslie; Treleaven, Lesley; Sykes, Chris; International Business; Office L&T in Economics & BusinessA dissemination methodology for learning and teaching developments through engaging and embedding, Studies in Higher Education, vol.37, 6, 2012,pp 747-767
2004Dragon Veins, Cultural Chauvinism, And The Energy Of The LandPaton, Michael; Office L&T in Economics & BusinessDragon Veins, Cultural Chauvinism, And The Energy Of The Land, Proceedings of the Tenth International Conference on the History of Science in China: Multiaspect Studies on the History of Science, Technology and Medicine in China, vol.N/A,(),2004,pp 488-491
2003The effects of a sense of place on the learning experience in a 3D virtual worldClark, Stephen; Maher, Mary-Lou; Office L&T in Economics & Business; ArchitectureThe effects of a sense of place on the learning experience in a 3D virtual world, Communities of Practice. Research Proceedings of the 10th Association for Learning Technologies Conference (ALT-C2003), vol.1,(),2003,pp 82-101
2012Engaging with Graduate Attributes through Encouraging Accurate Student Self-AssessmentFreeman, Mark; Treleaven, Lesley; Lawson, Romy; Rohde, F; Simpson, Le; Taylor, Tracy; Thompson, Darrall; Accounting; Office L&T in Economics & BusinessEngaging with Graduate Attributes through Encouraging Accurate Student Self-Assessment, Asian Social Science, vol.8, 4, 2012,pp 3-12
2010English as an Academic Lingua Franca: Internationalisation, Economic Imperative or Cultural Chauvinism?Paton, Michael; Office L&T in Economics & BusinessEnglish as an Academic Lingua Franca: Internationalisation, Economic Imperative or Cultural Chauvinism?, English as an Academic Lingua Franca: Internationalisation, Economic Imperative or Cultural Chauvinism?, vol.1, 2010, pp. 133-148
2010Evaluating narrative as a bridge to learning in a hypermedia 'artedventure' for childrenStenglin, Maree; Djonov, Emilia; Office L&T in Economics & BusinessEvaluating narrative as a bridge to learning in a hypermedia 'artedventure' for children, Proceedings of the 35th International Systemic Functional Congress: Voices Around the World (ISFC 2010), vol.2, 2010, pp. 103-108
2007Factors affecting educational innovation with in class electronic response systemsAhmed nee Bell, Amani; Blayney, Paul; Comerton-Forde, Carole; Freeman, Mark; Pickering, Joanne; Institute Teaching & Learning; Accounting; Finance; Office L&T in Economics & Business; AccountingFactors affecting educational innovation with in class electronic response systems, Australasian Journal of Educational Technology, vol.23,(2),2007,pp 149-170
2007Fengshui: a Continuation of the Art of Swindlers?Paton, Michael; Office L&T in Economics & BusinessFengshui: a Continuation of the Art of Swindlers?, Journal of Chinese Philosophy, vol.34,(3),2007,pp 427-445