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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
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
2006Iterative learning: self and peer assessment of group workFreeman, Mark; Hutchinson, Diane; Sykes, Christopher; Treleaven, Lesley; Office L&T in Economics & Business; Economics; Office L&T in Economics & Business; Office L&T in Economics & BusinessIterative learning: self and peer assessment of group work, Proceedings of the 23rd annual conference of the Australasian Society for Computers in Learning inTertiary Education: Who’s learning? Whose technology?, vol.1,(),2006,pp 257-266
2006The policy space as a catalyst for the push to partnership and participationKeevers, Lynn; Sykes, Christopher; Treleaven, Lesley; Office L&T in Economics & Business; Office L&T in Economics & Business; Office L&T in Economics & BusinessThe policy space as a catalyst for the push to partnership and participation, Goverments & Communities in Partnership: From Theory to Practice Referred Conference Paper, vol.N/A,(),2006,pp www.public-policy.unimelb.edu.au/conference06-N/A